|Timex has just introduced its new Turn and Pull alarm, the first analog watch with an accurate-to-the-minute alarm function, making it the perfect travel accessory.
||This Indiglo watch is so simple to use but if you have any questions how it works, just turn it over to read the imprinted directions on the back.
The alarm can be set for any time from just one minute to 12 hours later.
Once the outer ring is turned to the desired time, the knob is pulled. Once the desired time is met, the Indiglo night-light will flash and the alarm will beep.
|Many people use this Turn and Pull alarm to help remember meetings or to set the time to pick up the kids.
You may select the alarm to be set up to 40 beeps, enough to wake even the most sound sleeper.
The color-coded arrows that represent the hour and minute rotate around the watch face until the desired time is selected.
It is even easier to set the alarm for up to an hour. All you have to do is set the minute arrow and pull the knob out until three beeps go off. (This means the alarm has been activated).
Timex has always been a leader in the manufacture of watches. Its recent invention will certainly become the most popular selection as opposed to its analog alarm watch, which has been the number one preferred request.
The Expedition watch comes in eight different styles, has a water-resistant leather strap and is one of the most popular styles on the market today. Prices range from $49.95 to $64.95, depending on the style. For more information, be sure to check out the Timex web site at
www.timex.com for more information.
The women's watches also offer a variety of classic styles, including the bi-metal and gold foldover bracelet. This contemporary design has the look and style of a Rolex but is offered at a much more affordable price.
Timex has recently added new features like the Indiglo night-light date and 30 meter water resistance. These new additions make these styles classic yet versatile.
Timex's new Indiglo watch will surely be a hit with today's active travelers.
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