Timex 150 lap Ironman Sleek - T5B551

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Aapie
Reviewed: 24 August 2008

HANDLES EVERYTHING I CHUCK AT IT

Large start split time button on front. Large, scratch resistant screen. No sweaty skin with strap. Looks good
Storage and recall functions took a while to figure out.
I use this watch for triathlon training and racing. The split storage function makes it really easy to store multiple workouts and easy to recall, based on date. Its a tough watch, with no scratches on the screen from a whole season of full-contact swimming, cycling falls and trail running. The strap design is superb, allowing the skin to breathe, which means no more sweaty wrists. For the price, I highly recommend this watch.
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Performance:
5.0
Ease of use:
4.0
Value:
5.0

dancing in spikes
Reviewed: 27 March 2008

DOES EVERYTHING I WANT IT TO

Can put in sessions of different lengths. Enough intervals to put in a pyramid. This is why I choose this watch over the cheaper/less complex varieties.

Stores enough data to probably cover a week-long training camp or holiday, which is v useful. Can also choose which ones you erase - ie, you could keep in all your times for a certain loop if you wanted to.
Plugging in session with differing lengths of recovery can take a while.

Also, when putting in a new session with fewer bits, have to remember to erase all the further intervals, otherwise it will just carry on to them.
Very pleased. Once you get the hang of it it's a great watch.
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Performance:
4.0
Ease of use:
3.0
Value:
4.0

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