I wrote a review for my “day job” site, CrunchGear.com, of the Timex TX 730. Head on over and check it out.
Timex has long been the butt of countless jokes. A brand that used to take a licking and keep on ticking has been reduced to bargain bin quartz pieces with a few bright lights like the Ironman series to keep it afloat. Well, Timex has pulled a complete 180 and released a watch that I can honestly say is a step forward for the brand and, dare I say it, everyday horology.
Timex TX 730 Hands On [CrunchGear]
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