TW2P97700JV

Timex Weekender Fairfield 41mm Slip-Thru Watch - Blue

Timex Weekender Fairfield 41mm Slip-Thru Watch - Blue
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Weekender® Fairfield 41mm Slip-Thru Watch - Blue

Timex has mixed a modern dial design with casual interchangeable straps for that clean, minimalist look you love that's easy to customize. Soft leather or prep-striped nylon NATO strap options will allow you to make this Weekender® Fairfield watch your own.

Features:
  • Iconic Versatile Design
  • Genuine Leather NATO Slip-Thru Strap
  • 30 Meter Water Resistance
  • INDIGLO® night-light


Specifications:
  • Attachment Type: Buckle/Strap
  • Case Finish: Polished
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Dial Markings: Markers (Full)
  • Watch Movement: Quartz Analog
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Timex Weekender Fairfield 41mm Slip-Thru Watch - Blue TW2P97700JV TIMEX FAIRFIELD BLUE NYLON STRAP CHROME CASE 41MM WATCH
$45.00
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