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Timex Health Touch™ Heart Rate

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Increase the benefits of a healthy, active life by staying informed. Wear the Timex Health Touch™ & trade; watch every day to see your heart rate with a simple fingertip touch. No chest strap is required.

  • Accurate heart rate on demand in two formats: BPM and % of Max
  • Stainless Steel Top Ring with Brushed and Polished Finishes
  • Durable and Lightweight Resin Case
  • Water-Resistant to 50 Meters
  • Durable Resin Strap
  • Activity Mode Uses an Exercise Timer to Track Active Time and Calories Burned
  • 1 target heart rate zone that can be either pre-set or user-set
  • 100-hour stopwatch
  • 100-hour Countdown timer
  • Daily alarm
  • 2 time zones
  • INDIGLO® Night-Light
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2032
  • Case Color: Silver-Tone
  • Case Height: 14.66 mm
  • Case Lug Width: 17 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Special: Ring (Stainless Steel)
  • Case Width: 40mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Acrylic
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Top Ring Color: Silver-Tone
  • Top Ring Material: Stainless Steel
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Digital
  • Water Resist: 50 meters
    4

    Excellent heart rate technology!

  • I have several heart rate monitoring watches from various makers, including various types from Timex. This particular watch seems to have the most accurate heart rate readings, and i should know i am a nurse. This watch is also attractive, functionally sound, simple and affordable. I love it!


    .stylish, Performance, comfortable, Worn all the time, Battery life, easy to read, reliable, Value


    Quality, Reliability and Style



  • Kim

    1

    Very annoying

  • The heart rate technology is excellent, I compared it to a pulse ox monitor one day and it was very close to what the pulse ox was showing. That’s where it stops being excellent. This watch is very annoying. It beeps all the time. It will take your heart rate without you wanting it too; I don’t know how it does that considering you have to touch the top of it to complete the circuit. There are even times when it won’t let you take your heart rate, normally right after it gets done trying to take it on its own. Also it locks its self even if you just start to break a sweat and it’s very hard to unlock despite the manual instructions on how to unlock it. You almost have to STOP your work out, take it off and wipe it dry. It is VERY annoying, considering I bought this for running. Timex is great but stay away from this one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Santos E, Indiana

    5

    HEART RATE + TIMEX CONSISTENCY = A GREAT BUY

  • I'm a fairly active, 40-year-old guy who recently experienced a small stroke. It was quite a surprise, but fortunately a full recovery is expected. To facilitate a safe healing process, I've been told to keep my heart rate low and steady for the next two months. I began looking for a wrist-worn heart rate monitor, only to find that most of the options either required a chest strap, cost way more than I wanted to spend, or were a brand of which I had never heard. I've worn low to mid-priced Timex watches over the years and have always found them to be consistent in quality and durability. I wasn't sure how well a heart rate monitor on a $50 watch would work, but I decided to give it a try. I have been very impressed for the few days I've been using it, checking my heart rate frequently and cross-checking it with the old-fashioned fingers-on-the-neck method - and it is very accurate. I'm very happy with the size (I don't like the big, chunky watches that seem to be the trend lately) and it fits quite comfortably. I look forward to seeing my heart rate climb as my restrictions are lifted. Thank you, Timex! Keep up the great work!

  • Ty C, Iowa

    2

    Good watch....But...

  • As noted by another reviewer this watch will not allow you to observe your heart rate once you start sweating, it's moisture sensor locks that function and it is difficult (I would say impossible) to get it to read until you have just about stopped sweating making the idea of tracking your training heart rate also impossible. I must say I have had none of the other problems of the other reviewer though. Otherwise I like the watch, easy to read and the other functions work well.

  • Bill A, Alabama