TW2P92400F5

Timex Metropolitan+ Watch - Tan Dial/Brown Leather

Timex Metropolitan+ Watch - Tan Dial/Brown Leather
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Metropolitan+ Watch - Tan Dial/Brown Leather

Track Your Active Life. This stylish activity tracker blends the functionality of an activity tracking band with the look and feel of a traditional analog watch. The unique fourth hand tracks daily steps, distance and percent to goal right on the dial. The Metropolitan+ uses Bluetooth technology to connect to the Timex App on your phone that tracks daily activity, including steps, distance and calories burned. The phone app stores your data so you can access and analyze it at any time. This watch also features quick release straps so you can easily change your look in seconds.

Features:
  • Track steps, distance and calories burned
  • Sleep Metrics
  • Sync with your phone
  • No charging required
  • Water resistant
  • INDIGLO® Night-Light


Specifications:
  • Attachment Type: Buckle/Strap
  • Case Finish: Brushed/Polished
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Watch Movement: Quartz Analog
  • Dial Markings: Markers (Partial)
  • Attachment Material: Leather
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Timex Metropolitan+ Watch - Tan Dial/Brown Leather TW2P92400F5 TIMEX METROPOLITAN+ SILVERTONE CASE TAN DIAL BROWN LEATHER
$125.78
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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