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Timex Gents Ironman 8 Lap Shock Resistant Watch - T62962P4

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  • 16 hour chronograph
  • Shock resistant
  • 8 lap memory recall
  • 99 lap counter
  • 100 hour3 mode countdown timer
  • Indiglo night light
  • All day indiglo display
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Watch Information
Brand Name Timex
Model number T62962
Part Number T62962
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Plastic
Display Type Analogue
Clasp Type fold over clasp
Case Material other
Case Diameter 44 millimetres
Case Thickness 12 millimetres
Band Material Textile
Band Length mens-standard
Band Width 25 millimetres
Band Colour black
Dial Colour grey
Bezel Material Plastic
Calendar day-date
Special Features luminous
Weight 18 grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 20 bar
Warranty Type Manufacturer
Warranty Description 1 year

Product details

  • Item Weight: 18 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 150 g
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  • Item model number: T62962
  • ASIN: B000B545CI
  • Date first available at 1 Jan 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,349 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

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Manufacturer's Description

Timex sport has cemented its posistion as a leader in sports timing.The Ironman delivers a range of functions to satisfy all from the armchair fan to the competitive athlete

Product Description

Rock your body during extreme workouts with the Timex T62962 Ironman Triathlon multi-function, performance sport digital watch, which is shock resistant to ISO standards--enabling it to withstand breakage under adverse conditions. Sport timing features include a 16-hour chronograph with lap or split option, 8-lap memory recall, 99-lap counter, and 10-hour countdown timer with countdown/stop, countdown/repeat, and countdown/auto-start chrono functions. Other features include water resistance to 200 meters (660 feet) and a durable nylon Fast Wrap strap (with Velcro fastener).

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. J. Richards on 7 Aug 2010
I bought this watch over a decade ago & it was one of the best purchases I have ever made. At the time it cost a mere [...]!!! I have used this for everything from diving to rock climbing. Worn it whilst working as a labourer on various jobs & its been covered in all the crap you can imagine. Sand, mud, concrete. A quick rinse & back to normal.

Extremely tough & waterproof, I have never had an issue unlike other "waterproof" watches I have bought. Even pressing the buttons under water does not seem to cause any leakage although you are advised against it, in the literature that came with the watch.

Good clear face, showing the information you actually need, i.e. time & date. The only niggle being the day numeral in the top right hand corner of the display can be awkward to read. just twist the face to see more clearly or use the indiglo.

The indiglo night light is very bright & illuminates the face perfectly. It can be adjusted to turn on for longer & to illuminate at the touch of any button.

Stopwatch is easy to use & this model comes with 8 lap times. My older model has 100. Go figure!

Countdown timer has multiple modes & can be set to the second. Very useful for cooking & any thing else you can think of.

Alarm function for 1 alarm. The alarm is reasonably loud & there is an hourly charm as well.

Has a velcro & nylon wrap strap, which I prefer to other strap styles as it is easy to adjust & comfortable & easy to replace when it wears out. As it is a standard fitting it also widens your choice with replacements.

Lasted nearly a decade before I had to change the battery, which was easy to do at home.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A good watch. 15 Jun 2005
By rrm3 - Published on
This watch has lasted me at least five years now, it does exactly the things I need, the band is very comfortable though these days I'm wearing the watch on my belt instead of my wrist. The velcro still works great, it still keeps good time (it gains about five seconds a month at this point).
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Superb design, stunning looks 18 Mar 2010
By Jonathan Selkirk - Published on
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To put in simple terms, this watch is one of the best Timex watches I have owned, and I do own quite a few.
If you buy this watch, you will find that you won't want to take it off. Unbelievably comfortable on the wrist.
Shock resistent, combined with a low price and stunning looks for a Ironman make this watch a gem.

Features: The velcro band, fantastic
The face, just beautiful for an Ironman Triathlon
Design, Timex got this one perfect
Alarm, two level. First ten seconds beep beep, then a frantic loud beep beep for another tens seconds
Shock resistence, can handle my rough work outs and mountain bike rides
After glow in low light need to use the Indiglo so much
Night mode, press Indiglo for 3 seconds to enter night mode. Lights up for 3 seconds.
Lap timer, don't use it much, but when I need it it's there and is really easy to function the lap memory
No scroll return function
200 metres water resistence

Cons: Sorry, can't think of any (read my other reviews if you want to hear negatives)

I highly recommend this watch, and unfortunately have started to neglect my other 20 or so watches, maybe time for a change, but not for a while.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Superb dive watch... 10 Jan 2007
By --- - Published on
This is a superb watch to use for diving, in conjuction with a diving computer. The display is easy to read in low light conditions, and it is small and out of the way. Perfect for running decompression.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent watch but not at $100+ 30 Sep 2013
By G-Shock Afficionado - Published on
I have the all-black version purchased in 2000 for $35. Served me very well as a daily beater till today, after 2 battery replacements and 3 strap changes so far. Gone thru military training stints, swimming (pools, rivers & open ocean), snorkelling, skin diving, hiking, camping, saunas, gymwork, etc all without a hitch. Except for 2 of the 4 bezel "rivets" which have popped out over the years -- luckily the bezel still stays firmly on (so far). The hard resin case and the rubber bezel also shows scars from all the bangings and scrapes, but that's to be expected. The mineral glass cover is surprisingly still good after 13 years, protected by the raised bezel.

Very comfortable and light -- you can wear it all day without noticing it. I do the battery changes myself and it still maintains water resistance. Just be careful about placing the rubber O-ring back properly when covering the backplate. You can also put a little bit of silicone around the edge if you want to be doubly sure about water resistance -- I don't bother. You'll also need to trigger the watch module's electronic circuit after putting in a new battery -- kinda old-fashioned but easy to do once you know you need to do it.

Believe it or not, but my particular Ironman is the most accurate watch I own. It gains a mere 2 seconds after 12 months. I've tested the accuracy against atomic timing for the past 5 years. My watch module must have gotten a quartz crystal that is cut just right to produce the ideal frequency. Pure luck.

The main cons are that you'll run thru straps every 3 years or so, if you use the watch on a moderately active basis. So far the straps I've used are the original Fastwrap strap and 3 after-market rubber straps. I'll be getting a nylon 18mm NATO strap the next time round (pretty soon) -- hopefully that will last longer. Also after 10 years of hard use, I'm finding the LCD screen to be a bit harder to see (slightly darker?). Or maybe I'm just getting older.

I don't think Timex produces this line of shock resistant 200m Ironman anymore. The new line are those with model numbers T5K*** costing around $40. The T62*** series was one of the earliest 200m water resistant & shock resistant Timex watches, I think just after the original Timex Humvee watches. By that time in the mid-1990s, Casio G-Shocks had largely abandoned their original solid internal stainless-steel cases with screwbacks, and instead used cheaper hard resin cases with metal backplates. Hence other watch brands such as Timex could more easily come in and compete with their own line of shock & 200m watches using cheaper manufacturing and smaller profit margins.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great little watch! 24 Sep 2010
By vincent brown - Published on
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Have owned several of these watches over the years. Watch is indestructable. Battery has lasted at least 5 years. Velcro watchband will wear out and need replaced Lots
of functions.Accurate time keeping. Use it for running, swimming, surfing, anywhere.
It's light, easy to use, great night indiglo light. Can't break it. Sent one to my
son. He loved it, lost it,and I sent him another. Not a particularly pretty watch,
but decent enough for daily wear. Hope it isn't discontinued. Highly recommend it.
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