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Timex IRONMAN® Target Trainer Heart Rate

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The Timex® IRONMAN® Target Trainer integrates advanced training features into our latest, award-winning Sleek design. With an extra large display, multi-workout memory, digital heart rate, audible pace alerts, and TapScreen™ Technology, you can stay on target and in your zone without breaking stride.

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  • Target Heart Rate Zones
  • Average Heart Rate for Workout and Lap
  • Time in Zone
  • Percentage of Max Heart Display
  • Two Interval Timers
  • Recovery Heart Rate Timer
  • Max Heart Rate Zone Calculation
  • Digital Data Transmission
  • TAP Technology to start chrono and take laps/splits
  • Includes Timex Digital Heart Rate Sensor
  • INDIGLO® Night-Light with Night-Mode
  • Hydration and nutrition alarms
  • 100-Hour Chronograph with Lap and Split Times
  • 200-Lap Memory
  • 100-Hour Countdown Timer with Stop, Repeat and Chronograph Auto-Start
  • Three Daily, Weekly or Weekday Alarms with Five-Minute Backup
  • Target Time pacer
  • TapScreen Technology
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2025
  • Case Accent Color: Yellow
  • Case Color: Black
  • Case Height: 15mm
  • Case Lug Width: 20 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Oval
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 46 mm
  • Top Ring Color: Black
  • Top Ring Material: Resin
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 100 meters
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    Sleek HRM tool

  • Pros: Sleek, stylish, 5 standard and 5 customized HRM zones, easy to use, I enjoy the CHRONO lap/tap screen, the heart rate recovery calculator and the workout recall feature. Reasonably priced. Survived many dives into the water and still works.

    Cons: Not too many. Choosing an action relies on one "mode" button that will no doubt soon wear out from the continuous pushing. (perhaps they could have used the tap screen as an alternate way to select a mode). Not an ANT+ capable device.

  • Edward S, New York