Timex IRONMAN® Run Trainer™ 2.0 GPS


The Timex IRONMAN® Run Trainer™ 2.0 is the latest GPS watch designed by runners and for runners of all levels. With a crisp, hi-resolution display, intuitive easy-to-use interface, and smaller size, the Timex IRONMAN® Run Trainer™ 2.0 is a watch you will love to wear. With 50M water resistance, vibrating pace and hydration alerts, and interval timers, you get the reliability you need from a training partner. After the run, an easy-sync with your PC or Mac allows you to review maps, graphs and charts, so you can savor your accomplishments. The Timex IRONMAN® Run Trainer™ 2.0 is compatible with several online training sites, including TrainingPeaks, MapMyRun, Endomondo and Strava.

Video: Introducing Run Trainer 2.0
Video: Getting Started with Run Trainer 2.0
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  • GPS-Enabled to Measure Pace, Speed, Distance, and More in Real-Time
  • Fast, Reliable SiRFstar IV™ GPS Technology with 8-Hour Battery Life
  • Highly Customizable, Easy-Read Screen Shows Two or Three Lines of Data at a Glance
  • 15-Workout Memory with Free Online Downloading and Desktop Software
  • USB Rechargeable and Water-Resistant Rated to 50 Meters (165 Feet)
  • Smaller watch with high-resolution, reversible display
  • 100-Lap chronograph with customizable 2- or 3-line display
  • Hands-free chronograph operation based on distance and time
  • Pace, speed, and distance vibrating/audible alerts keep your training on-track
  • Hydration and nutrition alerts remind athletes to replenish at regular intervals
  • Interval timer with segments based on time or distance
  • Customizable alarm with backup
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with 8-hour life in full GPS mode
  • Compatible with ANT+™ sensors for heart rate and foot pod data
  • Watch WR to 50m (GPS and ANT+™ features not available underwater)
  • INDIGLO® night-light with NIGHT-MODE® feature and Constant-On options
  • Connect to PC or Mac to conveniently set up and customize watch settings
  • Workout data can be downloaded directly to TrainingPeaks™, MapMyFitness™, Strava or Endomondo
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Gray
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Case Accent Color: Green
  • Case Color: Gray
  • Case Finish: Matte
  • Case Height: 16.5 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Rectangle
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 45.5 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Features: GPS for Training
  • Top Ring Color: Gray
  • Top Ring Material: Resin
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 50 meters

    Poor interval features

  • The run trainer 2.0 watch has some nice features, but it has great limitation when it comes to advanced routines.

    1. It will not allow the duration of an interval to be less than 15 seconds, wherefore it cannot be used for the 30-20-10 routine.
    2. you cannot set it up for advanced routines, such as 5 x ( 4 x (30 s + 20 s + 10 s) + 2 min)
    3. it will not allow a warm up set as an integral part of the interval routine, so you´ll have to do this manually.

    If you are not planning to use it for anything like this, then it is a nice watch for the price.

  • Michael H, Texas


    run trainer 2.0

  • I used the Run Trainer 2.0 GPS for the first time in a 5K race last Saturday.
    It is the best GPS watch I have used and I have used several different ones both from Timex and Garmin,
    It is easy to program, very easy to use and provides all the data you would want in a clear easy to read manner. All the data seemed to be very accurate as well.
    I would highly recommend it to any runner who is looking for an easy to operate and efficient GPS watch. I could find no flaws in the watch.

  • jack j, Florida


    Trainer 2.0

  • I have been keeping my 12 year old timex body link going until I found a suitable replacement. Finally Timex got it right. Easy to program, easy to read, and high quality GPS reciever. I run 5 days a week and run races every month. Great battery life.
    Thank you Timex engineers!

  • kent g, Maryland


    RunTrainer 2.0 GPS

  • The Run Trainer 2.0 GPS is the best GPS watch I have used and I have tried several from both Garmin and Timex.
    It is easy to use, provides all the data a runner needs, is accurate in every respect, and is very easy to read and operate on the run.
    As an experienced runner, I can highly recommend it to any runner looking for a new GPS watch.

  • jack j, Florida


    Very nice GPS watch

  • Really great all around GPS watch without be too "techie."
    Easy to set up and use right away. After using various Garmin's over the past 5+ years, the Timex is better:
    1. acquires a signal quicker, and does not drop it.
    2. very accurate distance
    3. lighter and more comfortable than the Garmin
    4. better battery life.

    Very happy with it...the interval feature is a bit quirky though

  • van m, California


    Not worth it

  • I purchased this watch as an age grouper triathlete (working out 6 days a week) requiring an accurate watch for HR, Cadence, Intervals and GPS. GPS - very unreliable with a very long time for set up. I live in Ft. Myers FL and with no obstructions this watch takes a long time...5-20 min to set up and with unreliable results. Battery life - notably the battery can last 5 hours or so - for long work outs this is a real issue Quality - Three months ago the watch stopped synching in the cradle and while still charging was no longer useable. Charging then became an issue as well. It was returned in Jan and took until March 24th to get the watch back. I was told by the rep (after calling several times) that a new watch was being sent. Nope, the same watch and the same problem three months later. Now to be fair this may be an issue with the dongle. Even so...this should have been assessed and communicated. Get a Garmin, Polar or something else...I will.

  • Adam S, Florida


    Not worth the plastic it is made with...

  • I live in a rural part of WA state and run on trails a lot. I bought this initially so that when on remote trails, I could know how far I am going, but it only sometimes works, and when it does, it requires a lot of waiting and trying to find a "good" spot to see satellites. I have a VERY hard time connecting with GPS, if I can at all. There are times when I wait up to 10 minutes to get it to connect, and it never does, just keeps asking me if I am indoors... I always feel stupid just standing there for what seems eons waiting for a connection, and never getting one. When I visit my inlaw in CA, it works just fine, but there are no trees or mountains or anything exciting there, so who cares... I just wish I had a GPS watch that worked reliably... Oh, and another thing, the storage just sucks. Really, 191kb of available memory? After a couple good workouts, it will tell you it is full. Right now, mine tells me I cannot download a firmware update because I don't have enough space. I have nothing saved on my watch at the moment, it is just too lame to update. Sorry, I have been using Timex Ironmans for 27 years of running, but this one is just horrible.

  • Timothy H, Washington