TW5M006009J

Timex Ironman Sleek 150 Unisex Watch - Neon Blue

Timex Ironman Sleek 150 Unisex Watch - Neon Blue
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Ironman Sleek 150 Unisex Watch - Neon Blue

You asked and Timex listened. Timex put everything at your fingertips with intuitive drop-down menus on a updated, large display. Loaded it with features like tap-screen controlled interval timers and hydration alerts. And kept our popular lightweight breathable design and comfy resin strap. All you have to do now is workout.

Features:
  • Lightweight Performance Design
  • Easy To Use Menu Based System
  • Tapscreen Technology Controls Stopwatch And Timers
  • Stopwatch With 150 Lap Memory, Interval Timer, Target Pacer and Hydration Alerts
  • 100 Meter Water Resistance and INDIGLO® Night-Light


Specifications:
  • Color: Neon Blue
  • Material: Resin
  • Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Shape: Oval
  • Finish: Matte/Shiney
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Timex Ironman Sleek 150 Unisex Watch - Neon Blue TW5M006009J TIMEX IRONMAN SLEEK 150 UNISEX NEON BLUE WATCH
$58.02
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