Timex IRONMAN® Sleek® 150-Lap TapScreen™

This cutting-edge performance watch allows you to access information without breaking your stride, giving you the edge when every second counts. TapScreen™ Technology logs split times with one firm tap on the watch face. Glancing at the oversized display, or listening to the audible alarms then provides real-time performance feedback.
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  • 199-Lap Counter
  • Hydration and Nutrition Alarms
  • 24-Hour Countdown Timer
  • Sixteen Interval Timers with Stop and Repeat
  • Automatic Interval Repetition Counter
  • Three Daily, Weekly, Weekday or Weekend Alarms
  • Two Time Zones
  • Large Digits
  • On-Screen Prompts Make Setting Easy
  • Forward or Backward Setting
  • 24-Hour Time
  • Month, Day and Date Display
  • TapScreen Technology
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2016
  • Case Color: Black
  • Case Height: 13.8 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 45 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters

    Timex straps are weak

  • As a Personal Trainer, I've had this watch for about a year and the strap is about to rip. I have used it regularly as part of my job, but this is not the first time a Timex strap has broken/ripped. This watch was a gift from one of my clients...otherwise, I can't see myself purchasing a Timex again. I give Timex props for the TapScreen technology, however, the sensor settings still need tweaking. The lightest setting goes off too easily (i.e., with a clap or a rebound in basketball drills) and the other (medium, hard) settings you have to hit the watch quite hard or it won't register and can be quite frustrating when timing is of the essence. More functional testing drills need to be performed before it hits the market. Great idea however!

  • Rafal T, Maryland


    does not last long

  • After one year of use the strap broke which cost another $10 to repair a after the first purchase, another year after that the battery dies. I replace the batteries and the sound nor the tap work anymore and the watch is no longer water resistant. I have the watch for two years and it is ruined. As a retail associate trying to sell this watch I find it very difficult to recommend.

  • Zac P, New York


    Very Disapointed

  • I bought this watch 18 months ago from a retailer who couldn't help, and in these last 18 months - the indinglo went out just 2 months after I bought it, the battery has died twice, and last night - the strap broke. As far as I'm concerned, this watch is a piece of junk. I've been a timex ironman / triathalon watch watch owner for more than 10 years, and I'm sad to say, I believe, Timex has gone down hill. I have to buy a new watch almost every year because of the following recent problems: straps break, battery dies / cant find a replacement, condensation developed on the inside of the watch (so I couldn't read the time / it was worse during the winter), the digital image faded so you couldn't read it / battery was fine, the strap holder breaks, the watch disintegrates (the strap comes unglued from the watch face), and the indiglo stops working.

  • Dawn S, Virginia



  • I have owned this watch for six months and was concerned at the outset about its durability. The tap-screen is very easily scratch and the band first broke on one side, and then the other. Because the band is a part of the watch itself I cannot replace it. It is not worth $95. It's not worth $30.

  • Jay D, Texas


    Weak Strap

  • Just like the other reviews, the strap is junk. Mine broke in less than a year. I do not recommend this watch.

  • Mark Z, Illinois


    Watch Strap

  • Nice watch but the strap is absolute junk, not worth the money.

  • Jason D, New York


    Wrist strap broken and replacement is a pain

  • Love the design and the big clear face, but c'mon, you want me to mail the watch back to you in order to replace the wrist strap?! Go watchless for a couple of weeks minimum?

  • John W, Texas



  • I have used Timex exclusively for running for a long time. This watch has not lived up to the quality of their past products. The buttons have failed repeatedly. The tap feature will engage while trail running. My last use of this watch I could not get the stopwatch to stop or access the alarms.

  • Scott B, North Carolina


    Band/tap Issues

  • I have had this watch for under a year and the band came apart at the buckle and on the strap end. Not sure it was well thought out to have the band affixed in the current state. I have had 3 other Ironman watches and none came apart so easily. The tap issues I have had are also noted on other reviews. If the tap feature is set to easy and you hit a bump in the road while bike riding, it starts a new lap. If you have it set to medium or hard, you practically have to punch the face of the watch to get the new lap started. The watch really has a big difference between the levels. Not sure I will buy another Timex Tap, and hopefully the other Ironman watches are a bit more durable.

  • Lester M, Florida


    Another Bad Band Review

  • My band lasted 9.5 months (running and everyday wear).

  • Pat D, Virginia


    Poor Quality

  • I have owned my second Iron Man for 10 months now. The first one had condensation inside after casual swimming in a lake. I made a claim under the warranty, and got a new watch, but there is time and expense involved with the process. Now 10 months into my new watch, I just got the battery replaced. I went to a high end repair shop and they said that three of the four screws on the back stripped and had to be replaced. Granted it was my decision to go to a high end repair shop, but it cost me $35 to get the watch battery replaced. This watch is costing me a lot. Not sure if I will replace the batteries again on the next one.

    That said, I LOVE the huge display on this watch and the slim design. I have not had any strap issues yet. It is my daily watch. I do not wear it swimming or in the shower, not wanting to take a chance again with condensation.

  • Scott T, Massachusetts


    same complaints about the strap

  • I have owned Timex watches for as far back as i can remember of my 59 years. This is the first one to disappoint me. Not sure if i will replace it with another Timex.

  • recy h, Arizona


    Timex Failure

  • The strap is a complete failure. I haven't even had it a year and it gives out. Then Timex won't cover under it's warranty. This is very diappointing. Then my wife gets me another one for Christmas. I will be taking it back. I usually won't take stuff back just because of the inconvience but this time, will be the exception to demonstrate my utter distain for this company's product. I will not buy Timex from this day on.

  • Pete G, Texas