Timex Men's Expedition Gray Dial & Silver-Tone Case Metal Field Watch T40091

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A classic analog watch with a durable metal case. This analog men's watch features a gray dial inside of a round silver-tone brushed case. It also comes with a durable metal case, nylon and leather performance strap and is water-resistant to 50 meters.


Review: Timex Expedition Scout Watch "Affordable Heritage Field Wristwatch" Model T499629J

The new Timex 'Expedition Scout' men's field watch takes vintage military watch cues and puts them in a great case size and cheap price point. Click here for my ...

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  • A small town remembers: Fallen soldiers Kyle Miller, Ryane Clark at center of Brewster's memorial

    07/21/17 ,via West Central Tribune

    The Timex Expedition watch Miller always wore displays 2300 hours 29 June, the time and date of his death. Along with remembering those who served, Behrends said he hopes the monument can help with healing too, for all who know the harms of war.

  • Watch Afield: Timex Men's Expedition Scout 40

    03/07/17 ,via Scout

    Looking for a tough yet fashionable watch that won't break the bank to wear afield? Then look no further. The Timex Men's Expedition 40 is everything you need and then some. And all for about the price of a case of beer and bag of corn chips

  • Why Timex Is the Best Watch for the Money

    03/09/17 ,via Bloomberg

    From Tokyo, to London, to a display case in a hip men's shop near you, Timex is leveraging its heritage (and consumer affection for that heritage) by turning to trendsetters attuned to retro-chic aesthetics. This month, the company released an

  • Timex to close North Little Rock facility, put 64 out of work

    01/19/17 ,via Arkansas Times (blog)

    This is the last Timex operation in Arkansas, after 70 years in the state. A pollution problem left by a former manufacturing operation on the east side of Little Rock lingers as a city government issue. CORRECTION: The city HAS completed an ordinance 

  • Meet Your Waterproof, Affordable Summer Watch

    05/27/16 ,via GQ Magazine

    That hope comes in the form of Timex's new Expedition Scout watch, an outdoorsman's timepiece if ever there was one. The white indices are easy to read on the all-black dial, and the hefty 40mm brass case is water-resistant up to 50 meters deep—which, 


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