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Timex IRONMAN® 30-Lap

4.04762
The iconic IRONMAN® 30-Lap provides indispensable functions for athletes at any level. The classic styling is rooted deep in IRONMAN® tradition, but updated with new functionality, design features and materials. Color updates keep the essential 30-Lap a favorite this year and beyond.
  • Item T531519J ships in 1 to 2 days. 4 in stock.
  • Daily, Weekday or Weekend Alarm with Five-Minute Backup
  • 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: CR2016
  • Case Color: Gray
  • Case Height: 11.69 mm
  • Case Lug Width: 16 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 38 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Top Ring Color: Black
  • Top Ring Material: Resin
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters
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    4

    Great product with a flaw

  • I have used 3 Ironmans over 20 years. The original band lasted 8 years in a hard construction environment. The next band lasted 5 years in a mechanics environment. Now the new type bands, that nobody seems to carry, last maybe 2 years in an office environment, then they crack out and fall apart. Now I have to buy the whole watch. I now own 3 Ironman watches that work great, but the bands are awful.


    Excellent inexpensive watches that last a very long time.


  • Todd

    5

    Ironmanmon Bands

  • I've had 2 of these and you are all right about the band prob. After the second band gave way I put an TIMEX TWIST-O-FLEX band on both of them I gave one to my son. We are going on @ 10 yeare now and ......-excepting the normal batt rplacements- STILL TICKING AWAY. I HAVE THE USB MODEL,BUT THE PROB REMAINS THE SAME. (ASSUMING YOUR'S AREN'T


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


    you seem to have no reason to change band., but u should we deserve it!





  • retcporigger

    5

    Very dependable

  • I have had the Ironman Triathlon for many years now, and I could always depend on it to be rugged, waterproof, and accurate. The only part I've had problems with is the band. The original plastic band cracked fairly early, so I replaced it with the velcro "fast strap". But velcro loses its effectiveness after so many "rips", and now I need another. But the watch itself keeps going, with amazing accuracy. It's been a very good purchase.


    .accurate, tough, very waterproof


    band fatigues


    This is not a dive watch, but it's waterproof enough to use as one.




  • SoCalHiker

    5

    Great watch, bad band!

  • Really a great watch...I wear it all the time, casual, sport or dressed up! But, today, the band broke, so now I have NO watch!...


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


    poor lasting band!


    It IS a greal all around, every day watch. Just the band's don't last and I couldn't find one anywhere, including your site!




  • Crying

    1

    Good Watch, bad band

  • I have had this watch for two years, and it never failed me so far. One problem is that I own two other Timex watches, and this one doesn't keep up with the time. Another problem is that the band broke off, and it's hard trying to find a new one. I would not recommend this to anyone else. Also it's hard trying to find a battery that matches its kind when it dies; the indigo light makes the screen go blank if you don't replace it.


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


    Battery life, Performance, bad band





  • N1Chris

    5

    a fantastic watch

  • This is an amazing watch. I have had mine for somewhere between 7-10 years and it is still going strong with me only having to replace the battery once. I wear this watch all day, every day and it is very comfortable. I don't even feel it on my arm anymore. I can't speak to the quality of the resin band, as I use the fabric velcro band for mine. I do replace the band every year or two, but that's more to do with the fabric getting sweaty, salt stained and disgusting and the velcro wearing out over time than anything else.


    .Rugged, Performance, comfortable, Worn all the time, reliable




  • coreymon77

    3

    Title

  • This is my second Ironman watch, and it suffered from the same ailment as the first. I got this one a couple of years ago because the cloth straps looked sturdily attached to the watch, but one strap broke where the plastic attaches to the bar. After a couple of months being unused, now the indigo light is messed up (and causes the screen to go blank). Might be the battery though.


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


    weak wrist strap, no replacement straps





  • Raccoo

    4

    Watch band broken

  • Watch band is broken and I cannot locate one anywhere. Otherwise, it is a very good watch.


    .reliable, Worn all the time


    If I can get a watch band.



  • 1068

    5

    Excellent Watch

  • This is an excellent watch. As a soldier in the United States Army I put this watch through tough times and only after 2 years of abuse Am I starting to have issues. The only issue it has now is that when you turn on the INDIGLO you can't read the time. Overall a tough, reliable watch.


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


    Watch has survived Basic Training, Advanced Individual Training, and 6 months of war. Not to mention fishing trips, workouts, and everyday wear.



  • misfitmiko

    4

    Fantastic Watch / Horrible Band

  • I've been a Timex owner since pretty much they invented the Triathalon then Ironman line. They last for years, have conservative styling that's sharp without being silly so that they're just as appropriate with a business suit as with a swim suit. They keep excellent time, the battery lasts forever, and like the old commercials, they take a licking and keep on ticking (or whatever it is that digital watches do...digiting). But their bands have always been horrible, and whatever the new band on this new version of the ironman is, its the worst yet. 7 months into owning the watch and the band cracks, splits, and breaks. And this is just routine daily use (i.e. no extreme mountain climbing followed by shark scubaing trips). All Timex rubber / plastic / resin (whatever they try to call it these days) bands do this, but this one was by far the worst. Since this is supposed to be a sport watch, having a critical failure that soon is really inexcusable. I still love the watch, but I knocked a full star off my rating because really...7 months?


    extremely short band life.


    Love the watch...quit being so cheap with the bands.



  • Valamir

    5

    Third Incarnation is still a charm

  • While I haven't tracked the dates exactly, I'm closing on 30 years with my third Ironman, with each of them surviving about ten years of extremes and constant use for training, racing, coaching and refereeing soccer. _x000D__x000D__x000D__x000D_Each watch has survived at least two battery replacements. Only the current one has had a post-replacement leak, which I attribute to the untimely retirement of my previous jeweler. Even then, the watch dried out after a few weeks and has continued to perform for another two years without missing a beep. Changing the wrist band on the latest model is far more difficult than on the previous design, but that's why there are jewelers._x000D__x000D_



  • jggerdelvt

    3

    Title

  • The watch itself has held up great and been reliable, but the strap did not last long.


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


    Quality, strap broke into pieces





  • T'Kirr

    3

    good/bad

  • This watch is a great watch. It looks sporty but still can be appropriate for a business meeting. I have had no problems with the watch itself. However, I have had problems with the band, which I notied everyone else who wrote a review has as well. I do not use it in a rugged environment. The strap lasts about 2 years or so for me then it cracks/splits. I guess this is okay if the replacement bands were a reasonable price. Unfortunately replacement bands are about $20 a shot. I have had to buy 3 replacement bands over the years and at $20 a shot, this could add up overtime.


    .Battery life, easy to read, reliable, stylish, Worn all the time


    band


    watches are accurate




  • Dann

    4

    Solid

  • This is a good solid watch. Stylish in its own way and suiting many situations.


    .Battery life, stylish, Value




  • gus

    5

    Great Watch

  • I have owned this watch for 7 years. I absolutly love it. I wear it all day everyday. I have replaced the battery twice so far and routinely replace the battery every few years just because it is cheap assurance that I have my time spot on. I have replaced the band twice as well. The original band started to crack on the inside after approximately 2 years and I replaced it with an OEM band. I just replaced the band again due to a small crack on the inside. I really like the way that this Timex has held up and lasted. I would reccommend people to buy Timex products. Thanks Timex. I hope that this watch lasts a long long time.

  • Andrew M, Pennsylvania

    5

    Great Watch

  • I have had 3 of these watches. Great value and rugged. I work part time on a race team as a mechanic and also go "over the wall" on pit stops. I have beat these watches to death. But, per their old jingle, "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." I use the stop watch on it constantly to review practice times. I liked the resin band as it was easy to clean. I had to replace the bands on a couple of them because I was pretty rough with them but don't view it as a problem. I replaced them after a few years due to the display getting hard to read from all of the scratches and fading. I have decided to upgrade to the Data Link USB for the additional features. I look forward to reporting on it in the future.


    .Battery life, comfortable, Performance, reliable, Rugged, Value, Worn all the time


    Features, value, reliability, and ruggedness.



  • Grizzly

    5

    Absolutely Wonderful Watch!!!

  • I initially purchased this watch as I had just begun to referee high school soccer matches. This watch works wonderfully well - it's easy to read in bright sun, under football field lights and in the rain. I recommend this watch to all my fellow refs. I love the convenience of the timer for everyday uses - cooking, work lunch hour, time until I leave when working or watching TV. Everything is so easy to set up & use. I've purchased the same watch for my elderly father - numbers are easy for him to read and easy to operate.


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


    Love the reliability.



  • mwseeds

    1

    WARNING!!

  • Warning! This watch has no storage. My previous Timex watches--both 100 and more lap memory--stored all my runs and races until I entered the data into my log book, so I thought this 30 lap memory would do the same, just not as much. But, "memory" is not "storage." This watch holds one event and that is all. My nephew, who does not run, will be receiving a nice Timex for Christmas--this one.


    Timex makes great quality watches.


  • sugarfarmer

    4

    Good but wrist band wears quickly

  • Good watch overall. One complaint, as others have mentioned, is that the band will wear out, and once it does, it's very hard to find a replacement. Have visited ~4 Walmarts/Targets, and none had replacements


    .Battery life, easy to read, reliable


    band





  • tam10

    4

    ironman 30 lap

  • Well, I own many watches so a review is easy for me. First this is not a high dollar watch that you have to worry about when you go to work or play. I love the band feature that holds the little flap in place so that it doesn't move. My $200 G-shock does'nt have this! The watch is lower quality plastic buttons,and face. I still think it is made good enough that it will take most of the day to day punishments. It is very easy to set has features that you will use. Also a important feature to me is that you have to hold the set button in for 4 seconds before it enter set mode. Indiglo feature to me is better than most other watches only lights up numbers rather than the entire face which is to bright on most watches. Only time will tell about how good the band is I have had some that break after a year I think that is a manufacturing problem with some plastic/rubber bands, some bands will just crack or break off. I will review again if they will let me to see how band holds up.It doesn't seem to be made out of the harder rubber like the G-shocks and this could be the timex's weak point because it does take a special band that you would have to get from timex. I still think it is a good watch for the money. Still if you want the toughest watch Casio G-shock is hard to beat. Now that Casio has started the made in China quality could become a issue with them but so far it has not been a problem.

  • Robert B, Georgia

    5

    One tough watch

  • Im in the Marines an I bought this watch out of boot camp which was over three years ago. Im mean its been in rain, mud, desert, pool up to 9ft, dropped countless times, thrown, it hasnt been in snow yet, but I think ill let that one slide. Its currently going through its second Iraq tour. About a week ago my light went out an the buttons are starting to fail. But its my fault I think b/c I changed the battery an I didnt get the seal all the way closed. But I dont want to get rid of it cuz its been through it all with me. But I think Im going to let go and get an all black one. Maybe.


    Long lasting watches


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