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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    I finally got around to photographing my watches, so here are some of my Timexes.

    White Retrograde on Bracelet (Originally on leather strap)


    Shock Resist On Leather (Originally on nylon strap)


    Chrono w/ Easy Set Alarm


    Easy Set Alarm


    ^^^ These guys swapped their bracelet and strap. vvv

    Perpetual Calendar


    Chrono w/ Easy Set Alarm on Bracelet (Originally on leather strap)


    Electronic


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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyPanda View Post
    I hear ya. My PC sat for a long time strapless until I made one that looked good on it :D
    Nice, is that a dark brown strap? Bit hard to tell from the pic.
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Nice Timex collection!!!

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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    I remember Timex was pretty hot when I was younger

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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by taro1313 View Post
    Nice, is that a dark brown strap? Bit hard to tell from the pic.
    It's more that top color. Just got a harsh shadow on the bottom :(


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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    I've always had at least one Timex, and for years it was the only brand I bought. I had a Timex Expedition Ana-Digi that lasted more than a decade of dirt, bangs, drops, scrapes, and multiple battery changes. I finally chucked it when the seconds hand dropped off.
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Here's one I'd probably buy. An Ironman Triathlon 50-lap Dual Tech Solar. Anyone have any experience with one of these...?






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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    I just picked up this Timex Expedition Chronograph at Target for $17.99!! They had a big markdown. It was originally $69.99. I almost bought a plain Expedition for $9.99, but I didn't think I needed two of almost the same watch.

    I think it's a pretty cool beater.
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    The more I see it, the more it appeals to me. Ebay has them for ~$45... I may have to go for it.


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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by trips View Post
    I just picked up this Timex Expedition Chronograph at Target for $17.99!! They had a big markdown. It was originally $69.99. I almost bought a plain Expedition for $9.99, but I didn't think I needed two of almost the same watch.

    I think it's a pretty cool beater.
    Oh man! You got a steal! I've been looking all over for that cream colored watch at a reasonable price, and the lowest I've seen them for was like $60. Congrats! You may want to consider ordering a bracelet from Timex for $12.
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    Perpetual means Automatic; Datejust lets you adjust the date; A Superlative Chronometre is COSC certified; A Rolex President has an adjustable day and date

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