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Timex Men’s T20461 Easy Reader Silver-Tone Stainless Steel Expansion Band Watch

The direct descendant of our 1960s televised torture test survivors, today’s Easy Reader is as durable as it is classically cool.Stay on time for meetings and important dinner engagements with the Timex T20461 silver-tone stainless steel men’s watch, featuring a large, easy-to-read full Arabic numeral display in bold Helvetica font. The white dial also features smaller, inset red 24-hour numerals, small minute indexes, black hands (with silver-tone seconds hand), and a day and date display at 3 o’clock. With the Quick Date function, you can set the date on the watch without turning the crown for every 24-hour period. It also offers a 10-year battery life, water resistance to 30 meters (99 feet), and an expansion band composed of silver-tone stainless steel links.

The Indiglo night-light uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial using patented blue electroluminescent lighting technology. It uses less battery power than most other watch illumination systems, enabling your watch battery to last longer.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-Read White Dial with Full Arabic Numerals
  • Brushed Silver-Tone Stainless Steel Expansion Band
  • Polished Silver-Tone Case
  • Day & Date Window
  • Indiglo Night-Light
  • Water resistant to 30 M

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Comments

Anonymous says:

The perfect watch I’ve worn most of the big Swiss brands costing thousands of dollars, but I always end up going back to my Easy Reader. Now, I’m not saying it has a unique in house mechanical movement, hand finished case, or details that need to be appreciated under a loupe, but for what a watch is supposed to do it’s perfect. No matter how much money I’ve spent on watches I’ve never been able to find the right combination of comfort, sturdiness, accuracy, and legibility that the Easy Reader has…

Anonymous says:

It Is What It Is It all started when I misplaced my trusty 21 jewels Japanese automatic. Don’t ask me how it happened but it did. I’m a dad of two, self-employed, always in some sort of situation or another, and no one has accused me of being organized. It’s probably within twenty feet of me right now, but it could be on the other side of the world for all I know. At any rate, it wasn’t on my wrist anymore and I felt naked. Sure, I’ve got a phone, but I grew up with a watch, spent a lot of time learning to tell…

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