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Promoted 09-06-2016 by Corwin at 09:38 PM View Original Post
Sears has Timex Ironman 30-Lap Full-Size Watch (T5K693) on sale for $17.58. Select free store pickup if stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks DasFischer

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Written by Corwin

This watch is well rated on Amazon with over 1,400 reviews giving it 4.6 out of 5 stars overall. -Corwin

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Edited September 6, 2016 at 05:17 PM by cricket702
Hello,

Deal Link Here [sears.com] $17.58 + 5.99 Shipping + Tax Savings of $21.25. Even with shipping included in the overall price, there is still a savings of $15.

Deal Details:
1) Free shipping on orders over 35$ (Exp: 12/31/16)
2) 20% off jewelry items; already applied by Sears (Exp: 9/10/16)
3) ShopYourWay members get 10$ back in points when you spend 50$ at Sears (Exp: 9/11/16)

Product Details:
Here we have a timeless classic in the entry-level watch world. This watch is a crowd favorite amongst runners, athletes, college students, and those looking for many features packed in a durable product.

Amazon reviews give this product a rating of 4.6/5 stars with 1,491 reviews to date. Amazon Link Here [amazon.com]

The watch features a stopwatch with 30-lap memory functionality, a 24 hour countdown timer, three alarms (options: daily, weekdays, weekends, weekly), Indiglo backlight, water resistant to 100m. In addition the watch can save up to three time zones and can save 15 "occasions" in the onboard memory. Occasions can be used to program birthdays, anniversaries, or other events.

At around 38mm in case size, the watch is a great size for those looking for a light, every-day option. In reading the Amazon reviews, the resin bands (plastic) are the ones that are prone to breaking/tearing through regular use. The velcro strapped option is more costly on Amazon, but is featured in this deal for a lower price.

Sears is also allowing for free in store pick-up.

Thanks,
DasFischer
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Yes, it gives the time... Sorry, I couldn’t resist
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I use it to save "occasions" that I needed to be reminded of. Mostly birthdays and my parents anniversary, etc. I frequently use it as a countdown timer as well for when I'm cooking. The alarm sound is actually quite good for such a small device. I also travel from East to West coast often; its nice that I don't have to change the time on the setting, but rather just the time zone. I will admit that most of the features I have just mentioned are pretty standard on most digital watches. However, I find the occasions feature to be unique enough to warrant the purchase.

All in all, its not a ground-breaking product. But it is bulletproof, and I've been using it daily for almost my entire college career. I hope that helps!

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Got mine for just under $12 shipped. For some reason I had 12,000 surprise points. Thx
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I found this one on Amazon with prime shipping for options

Here [amazon.com]
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This can be used for anything where you need to stop time - once you start your activity (swim, run, bike walk) you start the clock and once complete, you stop it. This watch does not measure your steps or anything like that. Hope that helps.
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Quote from ShielaD3508 View Post :
This can be used for anything where you need to stop time - once you start your activity (swim, run, bike walk) you start the clock and once complete, you stop it. This watch does not measure your steps or anything like that. Hope that helps.
So basically just a stop watch, does it have any other functionality?
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So basically just a stop watch, does it have any other functionality?
Yes, it gives the time... Sorry, I couldn't resist
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Not bad.
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Yes, it gives the time... Sorry, I couldn't resist
Good one!
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Thanks
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Got mine for just under $12 shipped. For some reason I had 12,000 surprise points. Thx
No problem! For 12$ this is an insane deal. I have had mine since 2013 and mine is still going very strong. The velcro band is probably 90% as sticky as the day I first got it. Replacement straps go for about 10$ on eBay shipped. I don't foresee needing one for another 5+ years though. Glad you were able to pick this up. I actually use it as my pseudo-smartwatch... I don't forget birthdays anymore!
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So basically just a stop watch, does it have any other functionality?
I use it to save "occasions" that I needed to be reminded of. Mostly birthdays and my parents anniversary, etc. I frequently use it as a countdown timer as well for when I'm cooking. The alarm sound is actually quite good for such a small device. I also travel from East to West coast often; its nice that I don't have to change the time on the setting, but rather just the time zone. I will admit that most of the features I have just mentioned are pretty standard on most digital watches. However, I find the occasions feature to be unique enough to warrant the purchase.

All in all, its not a ground-breaking product. But it is bulletproof, and I've been using it daily for almost my entire college career. I hope that helps!
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Quote from DasFischer View Post :
I use it to save "occasions" that I needed to be reminded of. Mostly birthdays and my parents anniversary, etc. I frequently use it as a countdown timer as well for when I'm cooking. The alarm sound is actually quite good for such a small device. I also travel from East to West coast often; its nice that I don't have to change the time on the setting, but rather just the time zone. I will admit that most of the features I have just mentioned are pretty standard on most digital watches. However, I find the occasions feature to be unique enough to warrant the purchase.

All in all, its not a ground-breaking product. But it is bulletproof, and I've been using it daily for almost my entire college career. I hope that helps!
Thanks, you are right. That occassions feature seems nice specially for someone like me who doesn't carry a smartphone (just the work bb)
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better than iWatch, battery lasts for years , not iWatch' one day battery
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Local Sears had one for free pick up. Thanks!
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