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Get in Gear: Timex Ironman Triathalon Watch

I love great gear. If you're like me, then you're always switching up your activities, so that means that I need a watch that is going to be versatile enough for everything.

The revolutionary design of the TIMEX Ironman Triathlon O.V.A series (O.V.A stands for Optimal Viewing Angle) watch is angled just so you can see it while you're running without having to break your form. What's more? The large digital numbers are slanted to further improve the viewing angle. The case and the band are lightweight and breathable, ensuring comfort. The watch is stylish enough for the occasional fitness guru, but technical enough for the extreme athlete. It makes swimming, biking, running, jumping, climbing or whatever it is you do to keep active, an easier task to endure and record.

The watch also features a stopwatch with 75 laps (best lap, and average lap time), two interval timers, repeat countdown timer, three daily alarms, water-resistant to 100 meters (or about 330 feet).

My only real complaint with this watch is that it does not read heart rate monitors, but for the price ($70) it makes for a good go-to watch. Buy the watch directly from the Timex site.

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