Timex Easy Reader®

As popular as ever, the Timex Easy Reader® continues to be one of the most recognizable watches around. Simplistic design allows this watch to be worn for any occasion.
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  • Attachment Color: Gold-Tone
  • Attachment Material: Stainless Steel
  • Attachment Type: Expansion Band
  • Battery Type: CR2016
  • Case Color: Gold-Tone
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 35 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Mineral Glass
  • Dial Color: White
  • Dial Markings: Arabic (Full)
  • Watch Movement: Quartz Analog

    I've owned 2 of this watch

  • I owned one in silver color on in gold color. I love the standard and military time on one watch because I'm a computer programmer who often writes medical programs that use or display military time to the users, but I never served in the military. So this "rail road" style watch with both civilian and military time in analog form is ideal for me. I used the first one 8 or 9 years. Then it got submerged in water and got some slight water and condensation behind lens. It still worked fine, but was a bit hard to read. It had been submerged and in shower many times earlier in its life with no ill effects, but I guess after 8 or 9 years the seals were no longer good enough to be submerged. Oh well. I got my money's worth out of it and more. It was still working fine when I gave it to a nephew for his first watch. The gold one I bought lasted fine for 1 year and then the band broke. I replaced it with a fancier Spydel band that I bought. The watch has been working fine for 10 years now. These watches never break down on me (other than the band on the second watch). The batteries never die either. I don't know how long these watches can last because they last so long. My current one with they Sypdel band on it still looks and works great, but after 10 years, a few promotions and pay raises, and more income I now want to treat myself to a new watch that have more features. Specifically a two town gold/silver looking stainless quart analog watch that automatically adjusts date each month, even if it's not a 31 day month. I'm not sure if that exists in a quarts analog, but I'm looking. I will only buy a quarts analog watch because my body chemistry (my magnetic personality) kills digital watches within a day to a week no matter the brand. I don't have this problem with quart analog watches. Also, I'm old school and like the analog display. My challenge now is finding a quart analog with features I want that looks dressy but has Arabic numerals. I looked first to Timex because they have always given me reliable bargains, but I find that Timex doesn't offer the more advanced features I now want in a quarts analog. So for the first time in 20 years I'm looking for a watch from other brands.

  • Charles B, Washington