For sale is a Timex Weekender Chronograph. It comes with a Horween leather pass through strap from Form Function Form and a navy blue NATO strap which both came with it originally. I just had the battery replaced today. I wore the watch quite regularly for about a year but haven’t worn it much...
Hello, I hope I am posting in the right thread if not I greatly apologize. Could anyone tell me what watch this Is? I believe it's a TIMEX Expedition INDIGLO but I'm not sure of the date and correct name of the watch.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I hate luma etc. It is never bright when I need it. It's useless. It's a gadget.
Long, long time ago I bought this watch:
Timex is "affordable" watch, but they could make affordable watch with WORKING, USUFUL backlight!
So I thought it is EASY to do.
But Timex got this "ridiculous feature"...
Selling this rare Timex T2P427DH 3GMT, with a sunburst grey/anthracite dial and unique 'dog bowl' shape, which hides its large case base and makes it very much wearable. The fourth center hand and turning top-ring allow you to set a second and third time zone.
Specs: 47mm at the case...
I put the movement from this Scout watch into an Easy Reader case, which I like better. That part worked fine. But in putting together the remaining components, the minute hand of the Easy Reader movement became loose. The watch is essentially new, and is working fine except for the minute hand...
So, I have a question to which I can't find an answer. I have the Timex/Todd Snyder Black Jack collaboration. It's a throwback to the Sprite from what I gather. I like the watch quite a bit, but it has two drawbacks. One is the lack of a date complication, which I can live without since I don't...
I was going to post this in the existing Ironman appreciation thread, but it's not limited to that brand & model. Here's my need for this feature - I run and do some speed training. During the day, I leave the stopwatch mode on, sprint for 2 minutes, walk for 1 minute, 90 seconds / 30...
Here I have my Timex Midget for sale.
I'm looking into consolidating and getting rid of a number of watches I hardly use or planning not to use anymore.
I fell in love the minute I saw this one, it looked like a classic unique watch sprinkled with sweet Indiglo!
Really good looking...
Watch is SOLD! Thanks to buyer and WUS for hosting.
Indiglo is cool. This Timex is cool. I just don't need it.
Bought at the end of last year for $89. Asking $50 with shipping to CONUS on me. PayPal only.
Desk diver marks on clasp and a few on bracelet.
All original packaging, papers, links...
I hope that there is someone who can help me out here.
I'm really keen on buying the Timex "The Waterbury" watch and only need to make sure that the Indiglo looks like I hope it looks.
The reason I'm asking is that Timex have implemented the Indiglo feature in many different ways on their...
Discontinued and getting hard to find, this slim, legible 100M Sub homage has excellent bezel action and looks way above its price point! b-)
No scratches to bezel or crystal
60-click rotating bezel with steel inner ring
Great quartz timekeeping
Indiglo full-dial illumination...
I have two watches for sale, both are a little older though I don't know their exact dates. The first is a Timex Ironman in pristine condition. It is a simple analog digital with date, chronograph, timer, alarm, and indiglo. Plastic case and SS caseback, 100m WR, and fresh battery.
This is a well-used but fully functional Timex Ironman 30-Lap digital watch with the Flix night light feature. The condition is good. A few minor abrasions, a small ding in the crystal and some faded lettering are the only flaws. Functions include: hours, minutes...
It seems to me that if anyone wants to have a decent watch with a great night readings, best option would be a Timex Indiglo.
But if one wants to go up to a higher level of watches, are there options available?
Let's make it with pictures to have fun :)