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Timex Intelligent Quartz Men's Altimeter Watch with Yellow Dial Analogue Display and Brown Leather - T2N728
- Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
- Round hypoallergic and tarnish resistant stainless steel case with analogue display
- High quality leather 20mm wide strap with buckle
- Water resistant to 100 metres
- Reliable quartz crystal movement technology for precise and accurate time keeping
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||48 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||16 millimetres|
|Band Width||22 millimetres|
|Water Pressure Resistance||10 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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The perfect harmony of sophisticated style and technological innovation only comes from a true watchmaker. The Timex Intelligent Quartz™ collection combines these disciplines like never before. Advanced technology and extraordinary functionality is evident on the dial of every Timex watch powered by Intelligent Quartz™ technology.
Timex is an iconic American heritage watch brand renowned for its timeless designs. Founded in 1854, Timex has established a tradition of creating high-quality, innovative watches to suit the needs of every customer. Timex watches have been a part of consumers’ lives for over 160 years and combine high-end Italian designs with cutting edge German engineering to offer customers quality products. With a large and varied line of watches, Timex has a style for everyone.
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"... you must set [the altimeter] initially for your own altitude which is easy enough to find on the web. However, I don't see why this can't be done at the factory." Doh! The altimeter is a barometer - it works on air pressure, so it needs to be set and reset quite frequently when you're at a known height so you do not get misled by changes in pressure (like a weather front, for example) It is not something that can be set once for life!
"It has only one parlor trick, an altimeter, but it barely works ... I only bought a watch so I could keep track of the time during departures and approaches while flying (when I can't use my phone), so I figured I'd get one with an altimeter. I am an idiot for picking this one." Indeed - that'll be because an aircraft cabin is pressurised, so the altimeter will think it's at the height indicated by that pressure (probably sea level, or thereabouts) - you'd have to go outside to get an accurate reading!