timex_tx.jpgIt looks like the lure of the complicated watch is digging deep into the substrata of watch buyers. The TX line is looking hot so far, with mechanical movements, lots of retrograde hands, and enough quality to make us think twice about Timex.

There are three series of TX watches right now: the 300 perpetual calendar (which doesn’t require adjustments on months with less than 31 days), the 500-series with a second time zone display, and 700-series with a stopwatch, second time zone, and an electronic compass. The picture is from the 730 model.

Timex TX Watches [WatchReport]

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

9 thoughts on “Timex TX Watches Landing Soon”
  1. I just bought the new 300 series Perpetual Calendar with the bracelet and it is well worth the price in my opinion.

    The sculpted white dial has some great texture and depth. The blue hands, numerals and indices are really nice. The enamel crown with the TX logo is a nice touch.

    I will say it is a heavier watch and I suspect that is because of the movement.

    I did get to play around with the Flyback Chronograph and it is one cool tool watch.

    I hope they have much success and bring out some cool complications like Citizen is doing with the Campanola line.

  2. I haven’t been able to find a Timex TX series, know of any websites that might have them?

  3. you can buy TX Technoluxury watches online at Nordstrom.com, saks.com,watchco.com,goluxurytime.com. Coming soon to a store near you.

  4. I recently bought a white 300 series and am most impressed. Looks – great; functionality – great.

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