TW5K962009J

Timex Ironman Sleek 50 Full Size - White

Timex Ironman Sleek 50 Full Size - White
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Ironman Sleek 50 Full Size - White

Lightweight, breathable and ergonomic, this watch is built to handle as much as you can. This is one of our favorites, with a large display and a comfortable resin strap in energizing colors.

Features:
  • Dated Training Log with Best Lap, Average Lap and Total Time
  • 50-Lap Memory Recall
  • 100-Hour Chronograph with Lap and Split Times
  • On-the-Fly Lap or Split Recall
  • 99-Lap Counter
  • 2 interval timers settable for up to 24 hours: countdown/stop (CS) and countdown/repeat (CR)
  • Automatic Interval Repetition Counter
  • 3 customizable alarms: daily/weekday/weekend/weekly options
  • 2 time zone settings
  • On-Screen Prompts Make Setting Easy
  • Forward or Backward Setting
  • INDIGLO® night-light
  • NIGHT-MODE® feature


Specifications:
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: White
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters
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Timex Ironman Sleek 50 Full Size - White TW5K962009J TIMEX IRONMAN SLEEK 50 WHITE
$50.76
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