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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Tons o love for Timex here!!!

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    Lightbulb Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?



    I Iove it
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Giving my new Todd Snyder Military with it's new strap it's first run today. Very impressed all around right down to the presentation box. I've seen a few unboxing but they don't do it justice it really gave the impression of opening up a $1000 watch.

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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by billdebmatt View Post
    Giving my new Todd Snyder Military with it's new strap it's first run today. Very impressed all around right down to the presentation box. I've seen a few unboxing but they don't do it justice it really gave the impression of opening up a $1000 watch. [/IMG]

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    Great Strap... details please?

    I agree with the presentation box.... a cut above even from entry level Eco Drives, Seikos, Bulovas.

    Timex Expedition by Wolfsatz, on Flickr
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsatz View Post
    Great Strap... details please?

    I agree with the presentation box.... a cut above even from entry level Eco Drives, Seikos, Bulovas.

    Timex Expedition by Wolfsatz, on Flickr
    got it from that big river in South America fantastic value at $14 very satisfied with it.
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    ^^^ that’s a sharp timepiece !

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    I’ve been debating on the new Timex American Documents but I’m sort of wanting to wait to see IF Timex puts an American made movement ( big commitment of course on their part) in it at some point . Then I would have no hesitation . It truly would be a “back to its roots” timepiece .

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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    Quote Originally Posted by billdebmatt View Post
    got it from that big river in South America fantastic value at $14 very satisfied with it.
    Thank you sir! Great pick up. Somoetimes I am hesitant as most reviews not done by WIS are not very good... and pictures sometimes do not tell you the right picture.. if you know what I mean!


    Quote Originally Posted by 1stiski View Post
    ^^^ that’s a sharp timepiece !
    a bit of a weird watch with a 24 hour timing bezel without a GMT hand... I have mentally adapted to read a 2nd time zone to use it as a GMT. .. but still weird. Love the dial though! Have not seen this color dial on any new TX pieces. or others for that matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1stiski View Post
    I’ve been debating on the new Timex American Documents but I’m sort of wanting to wait to see IF Timex puts an American made movement ( big commitment of course on their part) in it at some point . Then I would have no hesitation . It truly would be a “back to its roots” timepiece .
    I do not see it in the near future.... but who knows.... would be a great thing. I like the time piece for what it represents.. but it is a bit over priced IMHO.
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    Re: Is there truly no love for Timex?

    "Oh, nice. So now we're quoting other people to sound deep." -alx007

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon\ View Post



    + 2

    These are not a Timex..... are they doing special editions like some brands do the Macy's Editions?
    The Transcend

    38mm case; 18mm case
    Safety clasp closure
    Quartz movement
    Mineral crystal face
    Stainless steel with gunmetal or goldtone plate
    and the Norway ... with a very Skagenish Feeling.. but no weird backcases to deal with.. so easy to change batts... and on leater strap

    40mm case; 20mm band width
    Buckle closure
    Two-hand quartz movement
    Mineral crystal face
    Stainless steel or stainless steel with black plate/leather
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