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Girls’s indiglo smooth reader quartz analog leather-based strap watch with date feature

(3 customer reviews)

$31.41$36.19

  • imported
  • adjustable black 12 millimeter real leather-based strap fits as much as 7. Five-inch wrist circumference
  • white easy-to-study dial with date window at 3 o’clock; full arabic numerals
  • silver-tone 25 millimeter brass case with mineral glass crystal
  • indiglo light-up watch dial. To screw in, push the crown firmly in opposition to the threaded protrusion and keep in whilst turning the crown clockwise
  • water immune to 30 meters (one hundred toes): in popular, withstands splashes or short immersion in water, but no longer suitable for swimming or bathing
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timeless design

for forty years and counting, the timex easy reader has been a fan favorite. The long-lasting simplicity of the collection is precisely what an eye fixed must be: a well-crafted and sensible timepiece.

timex smooth reader

actual to its name, smooth-to-study numbers are balanced with the easy dial layout.

in relation to a well-made watch, every element topics. The all-metal case and mineral glass lens provide strength and sturdiness.

our innovative indiglo backlight technology changed how the arena advised time within the dark.

brief-launch straps

refresh your preferred watch with our interchangeable quick-launch straps. Field set comes with a leather-based strap and stainless steel growth band.

product description

the direct descendant of our 1960s televised torture take a look at survivors, modern day smooth reader is as long lasting as it’s far classically cool.

color_name

Black/Gold-Tone, Black/Silver-Tone/Black, Black/Silver-Tone/White, Brown Croco/Gold-Tone, Brown/Gold/White, Honey Brown/Gold-Tone

3 reviews for Girls’s indiglo smooth reader quartz analog leather-based strap watch with date feature

  1. Kathleen Hogan

    This watch is…okay, for what you pay for it. I’ve had it for a few months now, and my thoughts are as follows:PROS:- Strap is holding up well despite everyday use. No chipping in the material yet.- Love the small size and versatility with different outfitsCONS:- This is the loudest watch I own. I’ve never owned something that ticked quite this loudly.- THE STUPID DATE. This watch will not keep the date properly. A fair warning to you: if you have to adjust the date for whatever reason (particularly when it lists the “31st” in a month that only has 30 days), ONLY adjust the date by spinning the knob at its outermost setting clockwise/counterclockwise and going past midnight in whichever direction you need it to go, instead of using the “quick date” function with the knob’s middle setting. I did the latter, and now this watch won’t change the date on its own anymore via the 24 hour cycle. Manually changing the date every day myself is ridiculous, so I’ve just accepted that the date on this watch will only be accurate once a month.The bottom line is that I think I’d get another Timex watch in the future, but I wouldn’t get one that reads the date ever again.Read more

  2. Terra516

    I am a vet student, and wanted a simple, professional looking watch to allow me to easily obtain heart rates, etc. without having to pull out my cell phone. This watch fits the bill perfectly. Small and delicate, yet easy to read. Very lightweight and comfortable to wear… I hardly even notice I’m wearing it. The second hand actually “ticks” with each second, which I like… it doesn’t move continuously like some watches I have seen. This makes it a lot easier to count seconds. The date display is handy, but you do have to remember to reset it every month. Indiglo lights up the entire face of the watch for easy reading in the dark.The only thing I wish were different about this watch is that there are so many notches between the numbers on the display that they are pretty much useless… I would prefer that there were 5 notches for each section to make it easier to read the minute hand. Personal preference, though.I disagree with the reviews complaining that this watch has a child-sized wristband. I found it to be pretty average. I am in my mid 20s and have a somewhat slender wrist, but by no means is it pencil thin, and I fit comfortably in the third or fourth setting from the smallest. At the largest setting, I can easily slide the watch over my whole hand. If you are a woman with an average build, this band should fit just fine.Read more

  3. C. Mitchell

    Have worn this model and loved it for many years. It’s lightweight, doesn’t get in the way and keeps time perfectly. When the band finally started wearing out at the same time the battery finally gave out I decided to use an Amazon gift card to get a new one for free (if I hadn’t had the gift card I’d definitely have replaced band and battery on the old one because I love this watch so much). I have worn it while gardening, exercising, doing all kinds of DIY projects and it has held up to all kinds of banging around. It has gotten splashed with water numerous times from the garden hose and once accidentally dropped in the goldfish pond for 30 minutes and lived up to the Timex “keeps on ticking” motto.My new watch looks identical in every respect to my old one, for once it seems a company has kept a good thing going. It’s keeping perfect time so far (6 weeks) and on close inspection I can’t detect any signs of cheapening/substitution in the manufacturing from my old one.It’s a pretty, classic design, watch face size and shape are perfect for my taste, not too big or too small, and the font used for the numbers is very attractive so I don’t feel like such an “old lady” for wanting an “Easy Reader” watch.Some commenters write that the band on the current watch is shorter than older versions, attaching photo of my old (10+ years) and new ones, length is exactly the same on mine.Some commenters write that the watch band is too short, period – laid out flat band + watch + buckle = 8 inches. Fastened using the second hole from the end the circumference of band + watch = 7.5 inches, so if your wrist is on the larger/thicker side I do recommend you measure your wrist and current watch before you order. I have a 6 inch wrist and buckle on the 3rd or 4th hole depending on what I’m doing.Some commenters write that the band is too stiff – if you’ve had this watch before, the new one feels exactly like the old one did when you started. It is a bit stiff at first (hey, for this price I don’t expect glove leather!) but after a month it’s already getting a lot more flexible day by day just as the old one did, just needs a breaking-in period. Working the band with your fingers a bit every day before putting on and after taking off speeds up the process, massaging in a drop or three of Lexol speeds it up too. Again, I’m fine with that for this price!All in all I’m super-happy to find that this is the same pretty and practical watch I have loved for years. Thank you Timex!Read more

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