- Dimensiones del producto: 8,9 x 6,4 x 7,6 cm ; 95,3 g
- Pilas 1 Litio Ion necesaria(s), incluida(s)
- Número de modelo del producto: T5K4029J
- ASIN: B003QFZRE0
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 19 de septiembre de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº279.931 en Deportes y aire libre (Ver el Top 100 en Deportes y aire libre)
Timex Modern Dual Tech T5K402 - Reloj de caballero de cuarzo, correa de goma color negro
- IRONMAN Collection
- Movimiento de cuarzo
- 100 metros/330 pies/10 ATM resistente al agua
- 33 mm Diámetro de la caja
- Cristal acrílico
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Información Del Reloj
|Referencia del fabricante||T5K4029J|
|Año del modelo||2015|
|Forma del producto||Redondo|
|Tipo de cristal del dial||Plástico|
|Visualización||Analógico - digital|
|Tipo de cierre||Cierre de seguridad|
|Material de la caja||Plástico|
|Diámetro de la caja||43 milímetros|
|Grosor de la caja||14.5 milímetros|
|Material de la correa||Caucho|
|Longitud de la correa||Hombres estándar|
|Anchura de la correa||22 milímetros|
|Color de la correa||Negro|
|Color del dial||Blanco|
|Función del bisel||Formato 24 horas|
|Calendario||Día, fecha y mes|
|Resistencia máxima a la presión del agua||10 bares|
|Tipo de garantía||Del fabricante y vendedor combinadas|
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Descripción del producto
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This watch kicks the bucket, fast. I've owned an Ironmanm for 16 years, and I had to buy a new one when one of the arms finally broke off. But when you're taking on water this fast, it's time to jump ship. It took just a couple months for this watch to start taking on water. That's not conducive to the Ironman name at all. It looks great, people are always impressed with it, they want to know what features it has and mistake it for a several hundred dollar watch, it's light, but it doesn't do what it's supposed to do, which is be water resistant. It still tells time, but I'm pretty frustrated at the water logging issue.
I contacted the company that sold this, and they said water damage is typically not covered under warranty. I'll be looking for a new watch soon, and I'd suggest you do the same.
Old review for consistency:
This watch has a great look, sporty/adventurous, and all the standard features of a Timex Ironman. The dual tech looks very nice. I bought over other Ironman watches because, in my SO's words, "it looks like it belongs to an adult."
I bought it to replace an Ironman that I received as a gift in the year 2000 that finally kicked the bucket.
I'm not really sure why other people are going on about overseas manufacturing standards and saying "just get a G-shock". That kind of sounds like advertisers in the review section. I was initially put off by the posts that said "it leaked on contact with water." If it does that, people that's what the warranty is for. I wear my watch 24 hours a day every day so I know what time it is when I wake up, which is pretty hard on a watch, and both this watch and my last Ironman held up to that admirably. My last one bit the bullet when one of the arms that hold the band pins broke off. I could glue it, but I wasn't sure it would be water tight, and figured it was finally time to get a new one.
I looked at several of the Ironmans, and was down to either this one, the one with large letters and Flix, or the one that could stand up to 20 atm pressure. The review that sold me, to be honest, was the one that said "This is the watch from Stranger than Fiction!" It's one of my favorite movies, so I thought it would be a nice watch to have. The arms do not work in tandem with the LCD, unfortunately, and the times are set differently. It's entirely possible to be viewing two different times on the arms and LCD, which is a nice feature if you need to view two different times.
The crown on this watch is much larger than I expected. It's definitely a larger watch, but that's ok. I like the material of the band, and the extra length clips down in an interesting way, but it's not as comfortable as I'd like and I may switch out the bands.
In terms of features, I really like what this watch has to offer. It only has one alarm, unlike my previous Ironman which had five alarms. However, this one can be set to weekdays or every day, which is a very nice feature. It has "Beep" and "Chime", which I'm not sure what the difference is, but I hate it when my watch makes noise when I press buttons.
One thing that they did a great job on here was the accidental button pressing. With my previous watch, I would always press the buttons on the face in daily activity, which would put it in the alternate time and be confusing.
I typically have the LCD off unless I need it. In that mode, if you press any of the buttons besides the indiglo or LCD on, they will not do anything, which is nice because you won't accidentally turn on the chromometer or something.
One feature I wish this watch had was to turn on only the Date and Day. I typically switch that on more than I need the LCD time, so if they could have had several modes, that would have been perfect. The arms are also a little difficult to see initially, especially with indiglo, but eventually you get used to it.
Overall, a great looking, great functioning watch. If I could give this watch 4 and half stars for the watch band, the missing features, and hard to see arms with indeglo, I would, but I rounded up when giving this watch a review. I'm sure this is going to last me well past the 2 year warranty, as the last watch did. Hopefully I get another decade and a half or more out of this watch!
1) they plastered a huge ironman logo on the left side. I am not a big fan of "over the top" logos. It makes the watch cluttered and more difficult to read. Get rid of that dial logo timex!
2. Darken the hands or make them orange. The skeletinized idea is a good one, but it makes the hands difficult to see at a glance.
If timex could do these two changes, this would be a great watch. Problem is the functionality of the watch is diminished by these two errors is design.
UPDATE: January2017 WHOA!!!! It has taken on water - I can't see the time through the extensive water droplets on the inside of the glass. I stuck my hand about 9 inches into my pool to retrieve something. I would replace it for what I originally paid (under $30) but now Amazon wants over $70!!!! I'm canceling my Washington Post subscription :)
This watch no longer sold in the store due to being discontinued. As a suitable replacement, I purchased a more current Timex Ironman with the dual display but, while it looks great and is more rugged, it is substantially heavier and is very apparent ( and can even hurt ) when doing active physical /activity/movement.
For a dual display, if you need one, this watch is light but still rugged, and serves my purposes perfectly.
.update. ...analog now works with new battery. Keep in mind this watch has 2 batteries. One for digital and one for analog. The analog battery is underneath the larger cr2016 battery and I easily replaced it myself, 4 dollar fix...great watch when it works!