I've owned Timex watches for the past 20 years, using them mostly for running and training for races from 5K to the marathon. When my battery died on my last one I decided to try something new, especially since the battery didn't last particularly long on it (about 2 years, when it should go 4-5). I really like this watch. I've been using it for about a month now, and am impressed with its functionality.
Pros: (1) Excellent functionality -- I like how the modes are designed. (2) Power-save feature is very nice -- you can set the watch display to go off after 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12 hours. I set mine for an hour. To turn it back on, simply press any button. (3) Nice, large, visible numbers for splits while running. (4) Very stylish design. I was unsure about the colors and look when I ordered it, but I am sold now. (5) Warranty -- two full years! That's way better than Timex.
Cons: (1) The reset button is also the light function button. So, in order to reset the memory you must also trigger the light. Not a big deal, but it does eat battery power. In my mind, this is more than made up for by the power-save function. (2) I'm not sure and time will tell, but the band has a clip attachment to catch the extra amount of band not being used that seems like it could break. Perhaps it won't, but I wonder how it will hold up. (3) The light itself is not overly brilliant -- I do like the "indiglo" of Timex better. But, this is not a big deal.
Overall I recommend this product. For me, four-stars is about as much as a product can earn as I treat five-stars as meaning nearly zero cons -- very rare. Grab this one and be happy!