Timex Expedition Unisex Quartz Watch with Black Dial Analogue Display and Brown Leather Strap T49954SU
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- Night light provides visibility in low light
- Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
- Round brass case with analogue display
- High quality leather 18mm wide strap with buckle
- Water resistant to 50 metres
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Case Diameter||37 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||9 millimetres|
|Band Width||18 millimetres|
|Special Features||Night Light|
|Water Pressure Resistance||5 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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The size without of crown is 37 mm, just right for my middle size wrist. The genuine leather band with “Expedition” logo is very good. It’s a bit thick, but soft enough. The Indiglo function is perfect.
Unfortunately I have to say the movement is very loud. I can hear it ticking even when driving a car. And the hands are not the same quality as the case, dial and the band. The edges of the hand are not so sharp cut as they could be. Accuracy is approx. + 10 to 15 sec/month. A battery type is Lithium CR 2016.
Overall, it’s fine watch for casual wear in the afternoon, what for I bought it.
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- easy to read analog: this has clean, WWII-esque simplicity and it easy to quickly read what time it is and the numbers easily contrast with the black background
- second hand: the orange second hand easily contrasts with the white minute and hour hands
- a date for quickly glancing what day of the month it is
- pleasing brushed metal case
- 50m water resistant so I don't worry that water splashes on it or accidentally gets wet
- breathable leather strap
I was very happy and have own Timex before which seems to make the right price point of reliable but not expensive watches that are fashion neutral.
Unfortunately, just a month or so after getting the watch, the adjuster knob mysterial popped off. I suspect it may have snagged while a jacket was being put on. The problem I have is that this does not seem like such a violent act as to warrant this kind of failure and makes me question the ruggedness of the design.
It has an odd problem, though. On the hour, say, 4 o'clock or 9 o'clock, the hour hand is slightly off the hour being indicated. For example, at 9 o'clock, you'd expect the hour hand to be exactly horizontal pointing at the nine, but it isn't. It's about where it properly would be at 9:10 or so. Not a great big deal except for those who expect it to be exact. But then, it's an inexpensive watch.
Update: Read manual on watch, basically get date to day before current and then roll hands via setting time to ensure your date is 'dialed in' correctly, e.g. AM or PM of today's date. Once you know the trick, it's OK. I'd still prefer a better mechanism, but it's good enough for the price that I'll up it's rating.