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Timex Expedition with black leather strap - £15.31 prime / £19.30 non prime sold by Amazon

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According to the reviews/Q&A the title is accurate and the photo is incorrect, the strap is indeed black leather and not fabric weave as shown. Price history: Read More
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According to the reviews/Q&A the title is accurate and the photo is incorrect, the strap is indeed black leather and not fabric weave as shown.

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#1
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
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fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.

50m covers quite a lot of jumping into water.
1 Like #3
TygerrTygerr
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
50m covers quite a lot of jumping into water.
You know nothing about waterproof ratings of watches.
http://www.watchshop.com/watch-guide/waterresistance.html
3 Likes #4
Interesting. Apparently I do not. What an unhelpful method of certification.
#5
You need 200 metres or more in watch language to be able to swim with them and that is providing you don't push any buttons.
Watches greater than 200 metres suitable for diving
are correspondingly more heavy.

Edited By: Proveright on Dec 27, 2016 18:01
#6
Great no nonsense watches,i do a lot of sea fishing mines had loads of soakings still going years later.
3 Likes #7
fish323
TygerrTygerr
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
50m covers quite a lot of jumping into water.
You know nothing about waterproof ratings of watches.
http://www.watchshop.com/watch-guide/waterresistance.html


Friendly chap, aren't you
#8
damn that's one ugly watch..
#9
Slowly ticking up in price; £20.10 now!
#10
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
Do you even dive bro?:(
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fish323
TygerrTygerr
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
50m covers quite a lot of jumping into water.
You know nothing about waterproof ratings of watches.http://www.watchshop.com/watch-guide/waterresistance.html

Never argue with a fish about water!
#12
Proveright
You need 200 metres or more in watch language to be able to swim with them and that is providing you don't push any buttons.
Watches greater than 200 metres suitable for diving
are correspondingly more heavy.

I may be wrong but I think "divers" have their own European standard to be classed as divers, from memory then need a minimum of 200m water resistance, screw down crown & unirotational bezel... not that my watches see more than a bit of fairy liquid and grubby cutlery!
#13
digbys
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
Do you even dive bro?:(
Yes, I did my PADI in the Philippines and I have also dived in Argentina. But, I was not referring to this as a dive watch just as a watch for general adventure wear. This watch is not even suitable for snorkelling or surfing.
#14
fish323
digbys
fish323
That is an ugly watch and with only 50m water resist you won't be doing any adventure that requires you to jump into water.
Do you even dive bro?:(
Yes, I did my PADI in the Philippines and I have also dived in Argentina. But, I was not referring to this as a dive watch just as a watch for general adventure wear. This watch is not even suitable for snorkelling or surfing.
I was only playing.oO
#15
jonesinamillion
Proveright
You need 200 metres or more in watch language to be able to swim with them and that is providing you don't push any buttons.
Watches greater than 200 metres suitable for diving
are correspondingly more heavy.

I may be wrong but I think "divers" have their own European standard to be classed as divers, from memory then need a minimum of 200m water resistance, screw down crown & unirotational bezel... not that my watches see more than a bit of fairy liquid and grubby cutlery!


Official divers watches can still be classified in metres, or ATM, but it is strict ISO certification.
#16
Proveright
You need 200 metres or more in watch language to be able to swim with them and that is providing you don't push any buttons.
Watches greater than 200 metres suitable for diving
are correspondingly more heavy.


Rubbish, 100m will cover most types of swimming, but that's the lowest I would go. Have had several 100m watches that I have swam, surfed and (lightly) snorkelled in with no problems.

Virtually all watches you're advised not to press any buttons or operate the crown whilst submerged.
#17
Gone back up to over £21 now for prime

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