Timex IRONMAN® 100-Lap

Strong design and high-level functionality create a powerful sports watch with a large display.
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  • On-the-Fly Lap or Split Recall
  • 99-Lap Counter
  • 24-Hour Countdown Timer
  • Nine Interval Timers with Stop, Repeat and Chronograph Auto-Start
  • Automatic Interval Repetition Counter
  • Daily, Weekday or Weekend Alarm
  • Two Time Zones
  • On-Screen Prompts Make Setting Easy
  • Forward or Backward Setting
  • 24-Hour Time
  • Month, Day and Date Display
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2025
  • Case Color: Silver-Tone
  • Case Height: 12 mm
  • Case Lug Width: 18mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 44 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Top Ring Color: Blue
  • Top Ring Material: Resin
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters

    Good For Running

  • If you've been looking for a watch that is easy to read on the run and while swimming, this is the one for you. With a simple flick of the wrist, you can easily tell what time it is underwater or while running at dusk. It's perfectly shaped to wear on your wrist and the weight is light as air. I highly recommend this one.

    .comfortable, easy to read, Performance, Worn all the time

    not enough alarms

  • jcf857


    Awesome Ironman

  • This is an awesome watch.I use it for all of my training needs.I run and /bike.I love the large digits,its easy on the eyes.It keeps good time .The best digital screen that I have.

    .Battery life, comfortable, easy to read, Performance, reliable, Rugged, stylish, Value, Worn all the time

    Its just an awesome timepiece.

  • Ironmike


    Love the watch, not so much the band...

  • I've had three of these watches over many years. Functionally they are awesome. I use mine in the pool (even 100 laps isn't enough for me sometimes!) and also often while walking and for intervals on the bike trainer or for run/walk and also sometimes cooking timing. All the functions are awesome. I use all the alarms for different things, as well. I also use the timer in class occasionally when giving students a timed task. My one complaint with all of these has been the band. I've had one band whose little loop thing broke. Now, my current watchband is breaking right at the point where I put it into the buckle. I've lost a little weight and when I went to move it to the smaller notch, it cracked at the previous one. It's about to break into which is very disappointing. Otherwise, the current watch (#3) has been great. I've replaced the battery once, as I recall, and that's it. I don't know any other watch maker who makes a 100 lap watch with all these functions, so it's a win in that sense, but the bands need work. I tried one with the velcro band but for a swimmer that's pretty icky since I do wear my watch all day long. Velcro gets wet from swimming or sweaty from other activities and well, after a while, in addition to being wet/damp, it gets smelly. We still have #2 (velcro band) and my husband uses it on the bike trainer for intervals. the velcro makes it easy to put on the handle bars. So, the plastic/rubber (or whatever it is) band is the way to go, but it would be nice if they would stop breaking. Granted I wear this watch every day and use it in the water and on the bike, so it gets wet and sweaty and so forth regularly. I just take it off to sleep.

    .Performance, comfortable, easy to read, reliable, many functions

    band breaks

    No other watchmaker makes a watch with all of these functions and 100 laps.

  • OldTriathlete


    A great watch to own!

  • This watch rates the 80% rating it has received so far. It is comfortable, accurate, easy to set, and the Indiglo makes it a real asset in dim light. If the engraving were not on the band I would call this watch perfect. I am not going to deduct a full step for that flaw, but if we were rating with ten stars I would call it a 9-star instead of a 10.

    .comfortable, easy to read, Performance, reliable, Rugged, Worn all the time


    For the reasons stated in my review, AND I like Timex because of the EXCELLENT service from their Arkansas Maintenance Group.

  • CrackerJack


    Great watch

  • This is a reliable, comfortable watch that gives more value than its modest price. It would be better if there were no silly logos on the strap.

    .Rugged, Performance, comfortable, Battery life, easy to read, Value, reliable


  • BrianD


    Functionality a plus, design a minus

  • The functionality of this watch is fantastic - as we have all come to expect of this Ironman series. However, one thing to be aware of - the watch band has "Flix Technology" and "100 Lap Memory" written on it in big, bright white letters. Unfortunately it really sticks out like a sore thumb. I do not see the need for the features of the watch to be listed on the wrist band - it takes away from the appeal of the watch. Other than that, a great product.

    .comfortable, easy to read, Performance, Rugged, Worn all the time


    Love everything but PLEASE remove the tacky "Flix Technology" and "100 Lap Memory" off the band - what is the point? To remind me of the features? It really looks poor. I am sorry to say it, but hope you appreciate the feedback

  • racerx


    Best Digital Watch on the Market Today

  • This is a magnificent watch. I have several of them in different colors. It is light, relatively flat and comfortable, with a soft band. The big numerals are great for those of us with less than perfect vision. It is easy to set and setting it is quite intuitive--you probably won't need the instructions. I can't say enough about this watch. It is absolutely fantastic. I have even stockpiled a couple of extras so that I will have some spares in the event that Timex discontinues it.

    .Battery life, comfortable, easy to read, Performance, reliable, Rugged, stylish, Value


    See my review.

  • cypressdog


    IronMan Flix

  • pros: _x000D__x000D_very easy to read, great set of features for me_x000D__x000D_if familiar to Timex and Ironman, easy to set_x000D__x000D_great to have a variety of alarms, timers, etc._x000D__x000D_I use if for sailboat racing_x000D__x000D__x000D__x000D_cons_x000D__x000D_battery life_x000D__x000D_like all waterproofing need to get/replace the o-ring to preserve waterproofing, if replacing battery yourself

  • jdonadio


    Great - when they work

  • One month - 2 down. I love the large digits and easy of use as a 20-year veteran of Timex multi-lap watches that I have used in the Olympics and World Championships. Unfortunately, after my 50-lap fritzed on me, I bought the 100-lap model and now 2 have died within a month of their purchase.

    .comfortable, easy to read, Worn all the time


    I can't depend on the watch.

  • AllenJames


    replacement bands

  • I have had this watch for around 10 years and am on the third band, the second of the velcro straps after the original rubber band failure. It will get wet and mildew and stink but, I wash it every time I shower and let it dry overnight, which keeps it smelling ok. A great watch at a great price!

  • Michael M, Texas


    Keeps on Ticking... Unless you change the battery.

  • I have been wearing Timex Ironman watches for more years than I care to count. The first few generations were as tough as nails and had the start/stop button and the lap button side-by-side on the lower face of the watch (awesome).

    However, the last 4 Ironman watches I have owned have all been just barely "OK", for a few reasons. The biggest reason is that not even one of them survived a battery change. For 2 of them, I had a watch shop change the battery, for the other 2, I changed the battery. Usually, they appeared to be working immediately after the battery change. But within about 12-24 hours, the problems start. Either the screen goes blank, or the display has blank lines going through the time display, or the seal gasket loses its "water tightness".

    My point is that the watch is an IRONMAN. It should be tough as nails and able to survive a battery change. These watches are not cheap, I should NOT need to replace the whole watch every time the battery dies.

    This time, I think I will look elsewhere for my new watch... what a shame.

    Timex: If you guys need help with a more sturdy design, let me know... it's not rocket science.

  • Lee B, Arizona