Timex Women's 1440 T5J151 Review


Women like the Timex 1440 T5J151 because it's stylish and comfortable watch and the digital technology includes useful functions that appeal to the sports-minded.

Timex makes several varieties of inexpensive watches for women, and the cheap Timex 1440 T5J151 is an athletic watch that attracts lots of cheering fans. Many users who posted Timex 1440 T5J151 reviews at Walmart assert this digital model is an excellent value given its comfort, styling, and time-keeping accuracy. The practical features, including an alarm, chronograph, and calendar, only enhance its appeal. In reviews at Amazon, wearers say the watch exceeds expectations. Consumers write of using the watch during strenuous workouts, swim sessions, and while jogging and backpacking; one diabetic relies on the timer and the alarm functions to remind her when to eat, check her blood sugar, and take her shots. Watch reviews note that the watch survives sweating and showering without fogging up. Users also like its light weight and looks, saying the watch doesn't overpower small wrists and the gray and pink color is appropriately feminine. A few reviews grumble that the crystal scratches fairly easily.

The Timex 1440 T5J151 (starting at $12, Amazon) comes with a polyurethane band and features a stainless steel and molded resin case and mineral crystal. Among its digital features are a stopwatch, alarm, 24-hour countdown timer, two time zone settings, and Timex's proprietary Indiglo feature, which lights up the watch so you can read it in the dark. The 1440 T5J151 also has a month, day, and date display, and uses a quartz movement. It's water resistant to 50 meters, or 165 feet.

Women on the go will appreciate the versatility of the features and aesthetic of the Timex 1440 T5J151. The price is a strong selling point and Timex 1440 T5J151 reviews indicate it passes the durability test. This women's timepiece is hard to beat.

Michael Sweet

Michael Sweet writes about consumer electronics. If something runs on electricity or ones and zeroes, he's interested in it. Sweet has written about PC technology and consumer electronics for 14 years.

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