Timex Men’s T5E931 30-Lap Ironman Resin Strap Watch

Posted on 28 September 2010 by

Product Description
This Timex Watch (but not any battery, crystal, band, or strap) is warranted to the owner for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of purchase against defects in manufacture by Timex Corporation. Timex will not repair defects relating to servicing not performed by Timex Corporation. This limited warranty applies to US Customers.Amazon.com Product Description
Keep your sports training focused with the sporty Timex T5E931 Ironman Triathlon multi-function, performance sport digital watch, which features a deep yellow Indiglo night-light as well as the hands-free Flix Indiglo activation system. It features a durable blue and silver resin case, large buttons for easy access to timing functions, and a comfortable polyurethane strap. It also offers a 6-year battery life, water resistance to 100 meters (330 feet), three alarms, and three time zones. Sport timing functions include:

  • 100-hour chronograph with lap or split option in large digits
  • 99-lap counter
  • 50-lap memory recall
  • 24-hour countdown timer with countdown/stop and countdown/repeat functions
  • Forward or backward setting
  • Built-in setting reminders
  • Top pusher for easy access to lap and split

This watch incorporates the Timex Flix system, which activates the Indiglo night-light with a simple flick of your wrist. To activate FLIX, put the watch into Night-Mode by pressing and holding the Indiglo night-light button 3 seconds until it beeps. With the watch in Night-Mode, a forward “flick” of the wrist with a sharp “stop” will activate the Indiglo night-light for three seconds.

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.
Timex Men’s T5E931 30-Lap Ironman Resin Strap Watch

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. Eddy Says:

    I bought the Timex 5E931 Ironman from Amazon about a month ago, after researching several Timex and Casio watches. So far, I’ve been very pleased with it.

    I’ve previously had two Casio G-Shock watches which were indeed indestructible (except for the black plastic bits around the face, and the little loop for the band). My main problem with the G-Shocks was their thickness which would cause them to catch when putting on a shirt or jacket.

    This Timex is much more attractive and comfortable to wear. The contrasting dark blue and silver colors and reasonable size give it a classy look. And it feels much lighter on my wrist. The large display is very easy to read. My only minor cosmetic complaint is the tiny orange “M” on the face which seems a little goofy (but I think all Ironman watches have something like that).

    I’ve been impressed with the accuracy of the watch which only gains about a second per week (about four times better than my Casios). I use the stopwatch feature for timing a variety of things at work and at home.

    For $[...] at Amazon (with free shipping) it’s a great bargain.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Kudokatz Says:

    Edit: the buttons stopped working after about a year and a half of use

    This watch is everything I needed and has definitely seen some UI enhancements since my old timex from ~10 years ago. The buttons have a nice feel and are not too deep-set to be useful, but I have also never accidentally depressed one by accident. Along the same lines, the buttons are long and flat: a good shape for pressing while otherwise occupied. If I recall correctly there is a more expensive version with more lap memory, but I never use more than about 10, and the stopwatch is great for timing runs around central park. I also use the alarms every day, and a nice touch is that every alarm has a separate notification so you know which one is going off. Another welcomed piece of functionality was the ability to eliminate elements from the available options scrolled through with the “mode” button if they were not going to be used.

    Overall, this watch has had everything I need from counting timers, stopwatch, timezones, and alarms, and I have not been disappointed at all in almost a year of ownership.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. R. Jacobs Says:

    I have always like the Ironman series. This one has great features such as a new Indiglo. The colors look sharp and the strap is durable.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Marc Kornheiser Says:

    This watch is a great value for a runner or anyone who needs to time their activities. The screen is clear and easy to read. While the buttons are big enough for big fingers but not to sensitive when you accidentialy bump into something. The strap is the ruberized version not the velcro strap. I highly reccommed it for the price $35.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Pablo Alvarez Says:

    The product is perfect for anyone who wants to have a good quality sports watch.

    It has an intuitive interface, it’s easier to use than most sports watches and the Timex indiglo back light looks just great.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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