Where can I find Timex watches?
Watches for the Timex brand are designed in laboratories that have been established in Milan and Hong Kong. Manufacturing and distribution occur in the US in Arkansas and Connecticut. There are also locations in India and The Philippines.
Are Timex watches expensive?
Breaking news: World’s most expensive Timex watch costs $73,900 — but the face says ‘Versace’. Long story short: You won’t be able to prove it’s a Timex ’cause the venerable maker of low-priced timepieces makes these ultra-luxe versions for none other than Versace and Valentino , whose name — but not that of Timex — appears on the watches’ faces.
Are Timex watches good?
YES, Timex watches are quite good these days with lots of models to choose from. I have several hundreds of them ( mind you, most of them are 50’s, 60’s and 70’s 😀 ), and in my eyes there are very few brands that even comes close in terms of value and quality.
Does Timex make automatic watches?
The T-Series Automatic watches take the legibility and practicality that Timex is known for, and gives it a bit of a higher-end push. Style is contained in the functional, no nonsense exterior. While very characteristically Timex, they are rarities compared with what you see mostly in the US.
What is Timex Indiglo?
Indiglo is a product feature on watches marketed by Timex, incorporating an electroluminescent panel as a backlight for even illumination of the watch dial. The brand is owned by Indiglo Corporation, which is in turn solely owned by Timex, and the name derives from the word indigo, as the original watches featuring…
What is an electronic watch?
In horology, the term electric watch is used for the first generation electrically-powered wristwatches which were first publicly displayed by both Elgin National Watch Company and Lip on March 19, 1952, with working laboratory examples in Chicago and Paris. The Hamilton Watch Company would be the first to produce and retail an electric watch beginning in 1957, before the commercial introduction of the quartz wristwatch in 1969 by Seiko with the Astron. Their timekeeping element was either a tra