Timex Heart-Rate Monitor
This heart-rate monitor works to ensure you keep your workout exactly where you want it, neither working out too hard or too lightly.
How It Works
- Place the adjustable strap around your chest
- It sends data to the watch
- You can read beats per minute, percentage of max, average and peak heart rates, and calories burned
- Sensor can also send data to compatible treadmills, ellipticals, and other gym equipment
Good to Know
- Indiglo night light for evening workouts
- Watch strap is adjustable and made of resin
- Water resistant to 30m
- Records elapsed workout time
- 50-lap chronograph memory
- Recovery heart-rate time, countdown timer, and two daily alarms with backup
- Product dimensions:
- Gray: 9”x1.6”x0.25”
- Black: 9”x1.41”x0.5”
- Weight: 0.25lb.
“It takes a licking and keeps on ticking,” ads for the new Timex watch proclaimed. The mechanical wristwatch starred in every commercial. It was frozen in an ice-cube tray and suspended in the chamber of a vacuum cleaner. It cliff-jumped in Acapulco. It attended a batting practice strapped to Mickey Mantle’s bat. An Air Force sergeant volunteered to crash a plane while wearing the watch. By the end of the 1950s, one in three watches sold in the United States was a Timex.
Today, the 150-year-old brand continues to sell high-performance sports and everyday watches around the world. Innovations abound, such as the interchangeable strap—which turns a single watch face into a wardrobe’s worth of accessories—as well as the Indiglo light-up feature. The timepieces appear in the press more regularly than gossip about the queen’s fallen soufflé—with multiple plaudits in GQ, InStyle, and Elle just this year.
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