Timex Tide and Compass Watch

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This stylish, high performance Timex Compass watch is perfect for sailors and explorers alike. Push one button and its dedicated fourth hand becomes a highly accurate compass, press another button and the same hand swings to indicating the state of the tide and a third button converts it to giving you the current temperature - from -20 to +50 degrees centigrade. The Timex Compass Watch is water-resistant to 330ft, so will give water temperature if immersed.

Shown in the second image is the unique Indiglo light system used for night viewing. Additionally it has luminous hands, a pulsing second hand, date window and rotating bezel with compass marking. Stainless steel case, water-resistant with soft suede-leather strap.

The Timex Compass Watch would make a fantastic gift for friends or family members who like to roam the high seas or tour the countryside.

44mm diameter case.



The perfect harmony of sophisticated style and technological innovation only comes from a true watchmaker. Our Timex collection combines these disciplines like never before. Advanced technology and extraordinary functionality is evident on the dial of every Timex watch powered by Intelligent Quartz™ technology.

Quartz Movement

Quartz (silicon dioxide) crystals possess the remarkable property of oscillating at a very regular and predictable frequency when subjected to an electrical current. The first commercially available clocks to exploit this appeared in the late 1920s, and went on to supersede mechanical movements thanks to their accuracy and reduced need for maintenance.
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Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
08 February 2017
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Now we are living by the sea the watch comes in very handy.
21 October 2016
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Arrived in good condition. Could have done with some printed instructions on how to use the watch settings - I went online and printed them but were too small to read!!!
26 June 2015
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The main problem with the watch is that the time hands are very difficult to read often obscured by the tide/temperature / thermometer hand.
26 June 2015
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29 April 2015
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28 April 2015
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I LOVED this watch, it had every feature I was looking for. Unfortunately, it was way too oversized for my wrist. I gave it to my husband. Still looking for a similar watch for women.
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