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The Timex Digitial Sports Watch 1440 is a very attractive ladies sports watch at a cheap price that is quick and easy to learn and use.
These attributes might make this watch an attractive prospect to many runners, but there is one caveat you should know about, especially if you wish to record accurate timing in your runs. After the 30 minutes on the Chrono, the watch does not show seconds. Most runner will agree that there is a huge difference between 25:00 and 25:59. This watch also cannot record laps in memory.
For beginners who aren’t concerned too much about times, the watch is a cheap and attractive choice. The watch is very attractive with several color schemes that will suit most tastes and the numbers are distinct and easy to read, while on the run.
The 1440 watch features 24-hour Chronograph, 24-Hour Countdown Timer, Daily Alarm, Dual Time Zone, Indiglo Night-Light that uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial and is water resistant to 50 meters (165 feet).
If you are not hung up about precision in your times these are great starter watches for beginners or kids, but for the average runner interested in serious training, you will want to choose a watch that is a better match for your needs.