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Price: $775.020% OFF and free shipping with CODE: 9HOLIDAY
800 Series Linear Chronograph
  • Time can finally be measured in a straight line. Embracing forward thinking technology and visionary design, the TX Linear Chronograph is the world's only quartz an$!og movement that runs on a vertical line. Bi-directional motors propel the proprietary linear hand located at nine o'clock, up and down the chronograph minute scale. The 800 Series also features a 4 hour fly-back chronograph accurate up to one fifth of a second, uni-directional ratcheting elapsed time ring, date window and second time zone.
  • Manufactured by: Timex
  • Merchant SKU: T3C315TX
  • Solid Titanium Case with Ratcheted Elapsed Time Ring
  • TX Logo Crown
  • Water Resistant 10 ATM
  • Movement Design: Germany
  • Product Design: Italy
  • Black PVD Brushed and Polished Finish
  • Case Width: 44MM
  • Case Height: 13MM
  • Lug Width: 22MM
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Dial Color: Black
  • Crystal Material: Sapphire
  • Buckle/Clasp Type: Titanium TX Buckle
  • Sculpted Dial with Rose Gold Accents
  • Super LumiNova Infilled Indices and Hands
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty (U.S. Only)
Product Details
  • Proprietary 6 Hand MovementFeatures Elapsed Time Ring and Second Time Zone4 Hour Fly-Back Chronograph with 1/5th of a Second ResolutionLinear Hand Measures 30 Chronograph MinutesDate Feature
http://www.timex.com/b/2224433011/178-2843796-2451734?ie=UTF8&refinementHistory=watch_movement_type%2Csize_code%2Cband_material_type%2Cdial_color%2Cprice&searchNodeID=2224433011&field_launch-date=-1y&searchRank=-price&searchPage=1&field_browse=2224433011&searchSize=12&field_availability=-1
 

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Bob wrote:
I did not know that Timex sold watches in that price range.. Thanks for the link Marc, I saved it.
Bob that is a TX watch - which is Timex's HIGH END brand line. I have posted on them a few times. See http://www.watchfreeks.com/view_topic.php?id=1691&forum_id=11 and http://www.txwatches.com/

I actually got one of these and sold it almost right away because it was small, and wore smaller to me. I love the look and what it could do, but it felt and was small.

Check out http://www.txwatches.com/
 

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TVDinner wrote:
Bob wrote:
I did not know that Timex sold watches in that price range.. Thanks for the link Marc, I saved it.
Bob that is a TX watch - which is Timex's HIGH END brand line. I have posted on them a few times. See http://www.watchfreeks.com/view_topic.php?id=1691&forum_id=11 and http://www.txwatches.com/

I actually got one of these and sold it almost right away because it was small, and wore smaller to me. I love the look and what it could do, but it felt and was small.

Check out http://www.txwatches.com/
Thanks James,I remember seeing the TX watches here but I did not know they were a product of Timex. Thanks for the link.
 

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I understand that these have German made quartz movements in them.

Timex Group B.V. sells many other brands addressing all segments of the watch market, including Guess, Gc, Nautica, Marc Eckō, TX, Opex and, in a successful foray into the luxury watch market, Versace, Versus, Valentino Timeless, Salvatore Ferragamo Timepieces and Vincent Bérard.

http://www.timexgroup.com/

Timex Group’s dedication to preserving the history of timekeeping, educating current and future generations and its deep commitment to the community is showcased in the Timexpo Museum. The museum, located in Waterbury, Connecticut, USA, is both the birthplace of Timex, and of modern timekeeping.
 
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