Sale!

Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch

(12 customer reviews)

270 Riyal

Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch is available in Saudi Arabia.

  • Find out all you need to know about Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch before buying : Price, Test video, Datasheet, Similar products.

Description

Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch

 

Test video – Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch :

 

 

 

Product highlights :

 

 

Questions & Answers – Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch :

➕ What is the price of Timex Men's Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch in Saudi Arabia ?

The price of Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch in-store is 270 SAR VAT.

➕ When Timex Men's Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch was released ?

The release date was .

➕ What is the price of Timex Men's Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch cheap used ?

The price of Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch used is 180 SAR VAT.

➕ What are the main characteristics of Timex Men's Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch ?

Special specifications :

➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.3 / 5 on Amazon.

➕ Where to buy Timex Men's Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch in Saudi Arabia ?

Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

 

Technical specifications – Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch :

 

 

 

Purchase advice :

  • Warranty :

    Check the duration of the warranty and also the faults and defects it covers. Is it complete or limited? and What is included in the warranty (parts, repairs or both)?

  • Shipping :

    Is delivery offered? And how long does it take to get delivered (Delivery time)

  • Proof of purchase :

    Does the shop give you an invoice ?

  • After-sales service :

    Do they have an after-sales service to have information about the installation or operation (instructions for use). Also in case of problem, it is the seller who takes charge or you must contact the manufacturer or supplier yourself.

 

_____________________________

 

 

12 reviews for Timex Men’s Expedition Gallatin Solar-Powered Watch

  1. Z. P (verified owner)

    A great watch for everyday wear – I like wearing watches. However, my collection is based on manual or automatics as I appreciate the mechanical quality of watch making and the precision craftsmanship needed to produce and assemble these watches. I have two very nice battery watches whose batteries are removed and I don’t wear. I used them until their batteries ran out of juice or as they started to lose time due to loss of voltage. I took the batteries out of them, and they sit in my watch case. I had read over the years of Seiko’s solar watch using a small solar cell to keep the battery charged and run the watch and how accurate they were and pretty much perpetual in operation provided the watch was exposed to light regularly. They looked nice but typically ran in the several hundreds of dollars. So, a no sale for me as that is the price of several of my mechanical automatics, like a couple of the Timex’s I own. I bet you didn’t know Time still sells mechanical watches. Well, they do, and they sell them with one of the industry’s highest rated mechanical movements. They also sell a plethora of inexpensive battery watches. They’re all good, it’s just a matter of choice. Recently, I saw a deal on Amazon for this Timex solar powered watch. It was inexpensive with the price being kept down by the watch band being a fabric “leatherette” Velcro band. Once again, I own a couple of Timex’s and the price for a solar watch as offered by Amazon was under $50. Sounded like a winner to me. I purchased the watch, and it currently serves as my everyday bumming around watch. It has been durable, comfortable to wear, and it keeps good time. I haven’t reset it in over two months. I noted I hadn’t worn it for the last two weeks and when I picked it up, it was laying upside down. That is, it wasn’t being exposed to light. It still was running, a testament to the battery, and it still was on time. Or is it that old sales pitch, “Timex they take a licking but keep on ticking.” A good watch and a great buy.

  2. M. B (verified owner)

    About what you would expect for the price – Very light watch. Looks decent, but doesn’t feel sturdy to the touch. The leather band leaves a good first impression, but I don’t know how it will fare yet. It looks well enough for a $60 watch, but you can also tell it is just a $60 watch. You can buy sturdy G-shocks, with solar batteries, radio sync and a lot more functions, but they will be digital. It’s an OK watch for those situations when you need a watch you don’t want to worry about beating up I guess. Also – the picture is deceiving – it makes it look like the dial has a blue hue to it, but it doesn’t, and I was kind of disappointed it did not. It was one of the reasons I went for the watch, I probably would have passed if I knew it was a flat black dial.

  3. I. J (verified owner)

    Nice Watch- Can’t See It In the Dark – Keeps good time. Has a dive timing ring, but isn’t really that water proof. Shouldn’t dive with this one, I don’t think.

  4. K. L (verified owner)

    solar watch – Over all 4/5. Great time keeping, easy to tell time (can be better), and hands do illuminate but fade over time in darkness.

  5. I. J (verified owner)

    Nice Watch- Can’t See It In the Dark – Keeps good time. Has a dive timing ring, but isn’t really that water proof. Shouldn’t dive with this one, I don’t think.

  6. P. K (verified owner)

    Keeps absolutely spot on time. I’m very impressed. Light weight – I’m a skeptical and critical person whenever warranted but this watch has won me over. I paid a little more for the leather strap version and I’m glad I did. It is from S.B. Foot Tanning Co. Redwing, Minnesota. USA. It’s comfortable and well made. The time this watch keeps is stunningly accurate. I mean, this a cheap watch by any measure. The second hand doesn’t always land on the markers but it does on many and it always keeps up with less than a second discrepancy over a week. I don’t do anything special to charge it outdoors or with lamps and have no problems with its power reserve. I’m curious to know how long it would last in the dark. The case is light weight being made of reinforced molded polymer, likely a 20% fiber type. I love that a watch this size, solar powered is so light on my arm. I wear it while fabricating and am happy with the durability of the glass so far. My only complaint would be that only the hour and minute hand have luminescent paint. It isn’t very bright but doesn’t seem to last a while. I would have liked the markers of the dial face to have luminescence as well. I’m giving it a five star anyway. It’s a nice looking watch, understated modern colors, handsome on the wrist.

  7. P. S (verified owner)

    Incredible Fit and Easy to Read – I pulled this out of the box and removed the little plastic thingymajig to get it going, and voila, it ticked away. I have a small 6.5 ” wrist circumference, and the velcro band made it easy to put on and secure. It’s so light, I forget I’m wearing it. I got this because it’s solar and I can put it in a sunny place if I’m not wearing it but I like the idea that I don’t have to insert batteries. I have two watches out of commission because I haven’t figured out how to do that with them. Being retired, I forget the number date. I usually remember the name of the day of the week, month and year, but the number sometimes escapes me. Truth is, I’m sincerely dyslexic and dyscalculyic and the number date always gave me grief. This watch will keep me straight. If I have to go to the hospital, all I’ll have to do is look at my watch when they ask me the date and I’ll pass the dementia test as long as I can remember Joe Biden is our President and Thief. Now, I just have to remember what year it is. I like having a second hand to take my pulse for 6 seconds and put a 0 on it to figure my resting pulse rate for a minute. I forget to take my watch off when I take a bath, so this being water resistant should take care of that. If it stops and fogs up, I’ll update this review. The price was really good for not having to buy batteries. Lastly, I can read it without my glasses. It’s a keeper.

  8. Z. P (verified owner)

    A great watch for everyday wear – I like wearing watches. However, my collection is based on manual or automatics as I appreciate the mechanical quality of watch making and the precision craftsmanship needed to produce and assemble these watches. I have two very nice battery watches whose batteries are removed and I don’t wear. I used them until their batteries ran out of juice or as they started to lose time due to loss of voltage. I took the batteries out of them, and they sit in my watch case. I had read over the years of Seiko’s solar watch using a small solar cell to keep the battery charged and run the watch and how accurate they were and pretty much perpetual in operation provided the watch was exposed to light regularly. They looked nice but typically ran in the several hundreds of dollars. So, a no sale for me as that is the price of several of my mechanical automatics, like a couple of the Timex’s I own. I bet you didn’t know Time still sells mechanical watches. Well, they do, and they sell them with one of the industry’s highest rated mechanical movements. They also sell a plethora of inexpensive battery watches. They’re all good, it’s just a matter of choice. Recently, I saw a deal on Amazon for this Timex solar powered watch. It was inexpensive with the price being kept down by the watch band being a fabric “leatherette” Velcro band. Once again, I own a couple of Timex’s and the price for a solar watch as offered by Amazon was under $50. Sounded like a winner to me. I purchased the watch, and it currently serves as my everyday bumming around watch. It has been durable, comfortable to wear, and it keeps good time. I haven’t reset it in over two months. I noted I hadn’t worn it for the last two weeks and when I picked it up, it was laying upside down. That is, it wasn’t being exposed to light. It still was running, a testament to the battery, and it still was on time. Or is it that old sales pitch, “Timex they take a licking but keep on ticking.” A good watch and a great buy.

  9. P. S (verified owner)

    Incredible Fit and Easy to Read – I pulled this out of the box and removed the little plastic thingymajig to get it going, and voila, it ticked away. I have a small 6.5 ” wrist circumference, and the velcro band made it easy to put on and secure. It’s so light, I forget I’m wearing it. I got this because it’s solar and I can put it in a sunny place if I’m not wearing it but I like the idea that I don’t have to insert batteries. I have two watches out of commission because I haven’t figured out how to do that with them. Being retired, I forget the number date. I usually remember the name of the day of the week, month and year, but the number sometimes escapes me. Truth is, I’m sincerely dyslexic and dyscalculyic and the number date always gave me grief. This watch will keep me straight. If I have to go to the hospital, all I’ll have to do is look at my watch when they ask me the date and I’ll pass the dementia test as long as I can remember Joe Biden is our President and Thief. Now, I just have to remember what year it is. I like having a second hand to take my pulse for 6 seconds and put a 0 on it to figure my resting pulse rate for a minute. I forget to take my watch off when I take a bath, so this being water resistant should take care of that. If it stops and fogs up, I’ll update this review. The price was really good for not having to buy batteries. Lastly, I can read it without my glasses. It’s a keeper.

  10. K. L (verified owner)

    solar watch – Over all 4/5. Great time keeping, easy to tell time (can be better), and hands do illuminate but fade over time in darkness.

  11. P. K (verified owner)

    Keeps absolutely spot on time. I’m very impressed. Light weight – I’m a skeptical and critical person whenever warranted but this watch has won me over. I paid a little more for the leather strap version and I’m glad I did. It is from S.B. Foot Tanning Co. Redwing, Minnesota. USA. It’s comfortable and well made. The time this watch keeps is stunningly accurate. I mean, this a cheap watch by any measure. The second hand doesn’t always land on the markers but it does on many and it always keeps up with less than a second discrepancy over a week. I don’t do anything special to charge it outdoors or with lamps and have no problems with its power reserve. I’m curious to know how long it would last in the dark. The case is light weight being made of reinforced molded polymer, likely a 20% fiber type. I love that a watch this size, solar powered is so light on my arm. I wear it while fabricating and am happy with the durability of the glass so far. My only complaint would be that only the hour and minute hand have luminescent paint. It isn’t very bright but doesn’t seem to last a while. I would have liked the markers of the dial face to have luminescence as well. I’m giving it a five star anyway. It’s a nice looking watch, understated modern colors, handsome on the wrist.

  12. M. B (verified owner)

    About what you would expect for the price – Very light watch. Looks decent, but doesn’t feel sturdy to the touch. The leather band leaves a good first impression, but I don’t know how it will fare yet. It looks well enough for a $60 watch, but you can also tell it is just a $60 watch. You can buy sturdy G-shocks, with solar batteries, radio sync and a lot more functions, but they will be digital. It’s an OK watch for those situations when you need a watch you don’t want to worry about beating up I guess. Also – the picture is deceiving – it makes it look like the dial has a blue hue to it, but it doesn’t, and I was kind of disappointed it did not. It was one of the reasons I went for the watch, I probably would have passed if I knew it was a flat black dial.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *