Sponsored Post – Timex IRONMAN Classic 50 Move+
‘This post has been sponsored by “Timex”, but concerns our own opinion’
I have always been into fitness and trying to keep myself in shape. As a techie, I have used different devices to help me stay engaged and active with my workouts and activities. But sometimes you want something simple and familiar. So to my surprise I was glad to see the return of the Timex Ironman 50 classic move+. Bringing back that classic look and feel with smartwatch functionality that doesn’t feel alien. But something relatable, easy to use and can work in any condition: the Ironman Classic 0 Move + is water-resistant up to 100 meter (328 ft) water-resistant, 160 pounds per square inch absolute. IT has a robust chronograph training watch with 50 lap memory storage, also includes a built-in accelerometer which detects your all-day activity. The built-in sensor will automatically be turned on after you manually set the time on your watch.
Another cool aspect about the Timex Classic 50 Move + is the battery life, yes its a fitness wearable watch, but you don’t have to charge it daily or even weekly. The battery in your Timex Ironman Classic 50 Move+ will last approximately 15 months. That is more than a year, of working out being active and doing what you want to do without having a second though of charging anything. and you still get all the fitness and health data you are looking for. Plus you can’t go wrong with a $99 dollar price point. I like what I see from Timex; bringing back a classic watch that does more for me now.
This post has been sponsored by Timex, but all thoughts on the subject are our own
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