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Timex Ironman Classic 30 Full-Size 38mm Watch

$35.75 $24.99

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  • Adjustable black 18mm resin strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference
  • 100-hour chronograph with 30-lap memory; 24-hour countdown timer
  • 3 daily, weekday or weekend alarms; 24-hour military time mode; 2 time zones; day, date & month calendar
  • Gray & black 38mm resin case with acrylic lens; gray digital display; Indiglo light-up watch dial
  • Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving

Specification: Timex Ironman Classic 30 Full-Size 38mm Watch

Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Timex
Case Thickness 13 millimeters
Part Number TW5M401009J
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Acrylic
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Case material Resin
Case diameter 42 millimeters
Model number TW5M401009J
Band length Mens Standard
Band Material Plastic
Band width 18 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Gray
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day-Date-Month
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 100 Meters

10 reviews for Timex Ironman Classic 30 Full-Size 38mm Watch

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  1. Gary

    This is a great watch. It’s very easy to set the time and keeps very accurate time. I love the feel when wearing it, as it is unnoticeable after a few minutes because there is practically no weight to it. The polymer band and casing are just what what I wanted. I have had the metal bands and casing that add weight and offer no more protection than this. The metal always scratches and leaves a black ring around my arm when worn in hot places while doing anything. This doesn’t. I love how the crystal is recessed to protect the face from somes hits and scratches. The display is a great size that I can read without my glasses and at a glance. The size is great, not small and not to big. The price and fact that it is an Ironman, make this watch that much more desirable. I only wanted to know the date and time, so probably will rarely, if ever, use the other functions. But, they are there if needed. The backlight has the perfect brightness and only lights the numbers instead of the entire face, which is very pleasing to the eye. I do recommend this watch. No, I did not get this watch for free. I bought it at Amazon’s price and would do so again. Love it.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Like the look of it, not too big or rugged. Buttons are big enough to press while in motion. Like the start button being on the face. Cool backlight. Love all the features and best of all, the rare feature of a countdown timer in a watch of this price!

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  3. Cragglepuss

    Between me and the missus we’ve had about 5 or 6 of these (Timex Ironman variants) over the last 8 years or so. She prefers the Velcro strap which does not irritate her sensitive skin – it also lasts a lot longer than the resin straps which ALWAYS break and cost half the price of the watch to replace. The watch does what it says on the tin, as I said, we’ve had several and they’re great.

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  4. Mr. R. Mcdarby-feast

    This is a great watch for running and general training. This is my second Ironman. The last one was fifteen years old and eventually the strap broke. I replaced that one for a Casio G shock 5610. The Casio was a nice watch but heavier than the Timex and the buttons were too small and stiff. Also, when I occasionally wore it with long sleeves it was a bit bulky. This size (38mm) is perfect and easier to read than the Casio. I think it would also be good as an everyday watch.

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  5. me

    I have been a fool repeatedly. Over the past 10 years I have purchased about 6 Ironman watches and every time the band breaks. The watches have always been great with all the functionality that I need but the bands always deteriorate or in the last case don’t with stand a very hardy workout. The name Ironman is definitely not the proper name for these watches. Fool me no more

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  6. TitleWriter

    I use this watch primarily for laps in the pool, and it works great, but I do have a few issues.

    One confusing aspect is that the counter shows what lap you are on, not how many laps you’ve completed. In other words, when you hit the start/lap button, you have completed zero laps, but you are on Lap 1. The display shows Lap 01, not Lap 00. So if you’ve completed 24 laps, your watch will display Lap 25.

    Also, when you hit the lap button, the lap number doesn’t go up immediately. So your watch shows Lap 01, you hit the lap button, and it still shows Lap 01, telling you you’ve completed one lap, and won’t automatically roll over to Lap 02 for about 10 seconds or so. This makes listening to the beep imperative to ensure you’ve hit the button so you don’t have to keep checking your watch to see if the lap number increased. (Make sure you are completely underwater before you hit the button on your pool turn. If you submerge while you are hitting the button, you won’t be able to hear the beep.) If you don’t know how the watch works, your watch will say Lap 18 (or whatever), you hit the button, and wonder why it still says Lap 18, and think the counter isn’t working. Just remember that when you hit the button, whatever lap number it displays at that time is how many laps you have completed.

    Another irritant is that it will keep switching between the lap number and the hundredths of a second every few seconds. What is the point of this? I know the stopwatch is running because the seconds go up, but then I’m forced to stare at it until it switches over if I want to know what lap it is. So as a general rule, I don’t check how many laps I’ve completed until the turn, not in the middle of the lap.

    The start/lap button is on the front of the watch, which helps to prevent hitting another button accidentally (when you squeeze the watch to engage a button on the side, you are putting pressure on the other side of the watch, which can engage another button and mess up your data). You can’t extend your arms on a pool turn while you are hitting the button, but it’s not that big of a deal. Much better than forgetting what lap you are on.

    It’s a very comfortable watch. I have small wrists for my size, but it’s not too big. And I like the way it looks.

    Overall, my complaints can be mostly overcome once I know how the watch works. I am very pleased with the watch, especially for the $30 price, and wouldn’t hesitate to buy it again, and would recommend it to friends. Therefore, the 5 star review.

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  7. John S

    Classic running stopwatch exactly as described. Loses one star as the strap is intended for those with wrists the size of a rugby prop forward, and as a skinny chap I have to fasten it at the second to last stop which leaves the loose end a bit prominent. Should probably opt for the mid-size watch but this is more fiddly to operate and looks a bit girly.

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  8. Sean Manear

    I have been wearing some version of this watch for 25 years now. The watches are great, the batteries last forever, the indiglo/light is super easy to read (along with the reflectiveness for low light. I don’t even think about water, and have definitely worn this watch snorkeling, water doesn’t touch it. This would be a 4.5 stars if allowed; the only thing keeping it from being a 5 star is the band gets loose, and breaks after a few years. usually the part that holds the “flap” first, then the part with the holes. You can buy replacement bands/ I usually just replace the watch because it’s $20 difference and saves me the hassle. Also as another commenter said, the numbers and letters tend to wear off; which is okay, but the time they do you know what the buttons do. I would wholeheartedly recommend this watch to anyone without hesitation, despite the band thing.

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  9. Dan Friend

    Value for money Vs performance: top notch.

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  10. bareyb

    Great watch! This is my 3rd one of these and it doesn’t look like Timex is ever going to stop making them. It’s still their #1 best seller and my favorite of all the Ironman variants. If you want to have a nice looking Watch that you can beat up and not ruin, you could do a lot worse than this one.

    • Perfect Size for Working Out. Doesn’t rub (and “BEEP”) on the wrist band of my Weight lifting Gloves
    • Has multiple Alarms to remind you to pick up your kids, take them to Gymnastics, etc. Very handy for Parents
    • Great Indiglo Back Lighting that actually works
    • 2 Time Zones easily Toggled with a big Gray Button on the front. Great for switching between Daylight Savings and Back again
    • Battery lasts over 5 years

    There really aren’t any “Cons”. It does exactly what I want a Watch to do. If you get a Warehouse Deal (they always have them) you can get one for 24 bucks with PRIME Shipping and the only thing wrong with it is the packaging is marred in some way. I also kind of like that it’s an American company and I like that it’s a Timex. It’s a humble, reliable, hard working brand. I’m proud to wear it.

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