Timex IRONMAN® Sleek 250-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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  • Item T5K588DH ships in 1 to 2 days. 23 in stock.
  • TapScreen™ technology easily activates laps/splits by tapping anywhere on digital screen
  • TapScreen Technology can be enabled or disabled for convenient lap taking
  • Hydration and nutrition alarms
  • Labeled interval timers for 2 workout sessions with up to 8 intervals each
  • 5 workout with 50 lap memory Chronograph
  • Audible target pacer (slow, fast, on pace)
  • Workout memory with lock capabilities
  • Dated Training log of Chrono and Interval training
  • 24-hour countdown timer
  • 3 customizable alarms: daily/weekday/weekend/weekly options
  • 2 time zone setting makes travel easy
  • Replaceable strap
  • Dependable water resistance to 100 meters
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2032
  • Case Color: Black
  • Case Height: 14 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 45 mm
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters

    Bad Performer

  • I've used Ironman watches for over 10 years and am disappointed in their evolution. What used to be a very simple and functional training tool has become a study in frustration. The manual is poorly written. Setting up intervals is mess and don't even think about trying to erase one once it's set up. Very disappointed.

  • Allan L, Louisiana


    Very Disappointed

  • I got this as a gift for my wife. She wanted a watch/timer so she could do some interval training in the gym. We were barely able to set the time on the watch; the process is not very intuitive. The little prompts on the edge of the watch are hard to read, which made it even more difficult. Right now, my wife is on the verge of giving up trying to set up the intervals and return the watch to the store for a refund. I concur with Allan L.'s comment about the instructions; a watch this complex needs more illustrations and details. As it is, the instructions are terse and difficult to read, and there are no illustrations of the watch itself! The only diagrams are of a little runner showing the difference between lap and intervals. If I could, I'd rate this watch a zero and the instructions a negative number.

  • Joe M, Oregon