Reddit Reddit reviews Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender 38mm Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch

We found 120 Reddit comments about Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender 38mm Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender 38mm Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch
Adjustable olive green 20 millimeter nylon slip-thru strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference. The case finish is polishedCream dial with full Arabic numerals; 24-hour military timeSilver-tone 38 millimeter brass case with mineral glass crystalIndiglo light-up watch dialWater resistant to 30 meter (100 feet): In general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming or bathing
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120 Reddit comments about Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender 38mm Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch:

u/BearBong · 76 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/droppinbabies · 53 pointsr/Watches


price: $27-$50

Movement: QUARTZ

Style: Casual

Size: 38mm

Link: Amazon

Description: The best value watch available in my opinion. Looks pretty good, lasts a long time, water resistant to 30 feet. Can't beat for a beater watch or just an everyday sorta thing

u/Fitnessthrowawhey · 28 pointsr/movies

The designs are based off these I believe:

  1. Casio Calculator Watch

  2. Rolex Submariner

  3. Casio F91w

  4. Timex Weekender
u/robotic_lemur · 20 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

If I were you I'd check out JCPenny if you can today.

They have several non-iron Stafford OCBD's for $15. I bought one of their fitted shirts and it fits and feels amazing. They also have gingham broadcloth shirts on clearance for $11. You can spend around $50 and pick up 4 nice shirts for work from them.

While you're there I'd also check out the Stafford wingtips if that's what you're looking for. Right now they're $50 and are widely accepted as one of the best buys for the $$.

If you're fine with chinos you should swing by H&M if there's one near you. I picked up two slim fit chinos (not skinny) for $15 each, and they fit me very well. I had to size down a size, but the fit is on point.

Shoes shirt and pants should be first I think. Once you pick up the shoes you want, you'll want a matching belt. At your budget I think I'd try somewhere like Marshalls for a cheap $5 belt that would last you a few seasons, until you make enough to buy a better quality one.

If you don't have to wear a tie, maybe consider investing in a watch. The Timex Weekender gets circlejerked a lot, but I think it's a wonderful starter watch. You can buy a couple of straps eventually, and that would let you have another piece to help rotate work outfits.

To recap:

  • 4 shirts for $50 at JCPenny

  • Stafford Wingtips for $50 at JCPenny

  • 2 pairs of chinos from H&M for $30

  • A starter belt for ~$5

  • Timex Weekender for ~$30

    Which leaves you with $35 to work with. You could buy a better belt for $40, or buy a couple of watch straps. You could buy more expensive shirts, or simply more shirts. Maybe more pants? All up to you, but I'd suggest the budget that I outlined.

    Once you move to San Francisco, I'd HIGHLY RECOMMEND going to Uniqlo in person to try on their OCBD's. The fit on their stuff can vary sometimes, but trying it on before you buy would save you that headache.

    Good luck, hope that helps
u/knoland · 18 pointsr/seduction

That outfit make you look like a high schooler. Though if that's the vibe your going for awesome, but I doubt it.

I'm going to assume you're in your early 20's and not a high schooler, nor do you wish to look like one.

The biggest issue with this outfit is that there is no unity between the pieces, it looks like you just threw on whatever was in your closet that day. My goal is to keep your overall style the same, but make it look a bit less immature. Try out some of these tips, and I think you'll be amazed at the difference.

  1. Can't tell if the white on your feet are socks or the shoes, but if they are socks, ditch em or get no-shows.

  2. Those glasses look like they came form one of those cart dealers you see at rest stops, buy some decent shades without the stupid reflective coating. (I'm a big fan of the classic RayBan 2140's, though I wear 2132's cause they go with my face better).

  3. It looks like you're wearing a red beanie, which goes well with the red shoes. That being said, I hate the shoes, they stick out like a sore thumb and detract from the overall look of the outfit. Either try swapping them out for a more neutral color or add more color to the chest part of your outfit (ideally a aqua as it goes well with red without looking like christmas)

  4. I REALLY (I mean REALLY) hate the button-up over graphic tee looks. Is just screams high school. Obviously that's subjective, but I absolutely can't stand it. I used to do it when I was in high school and thought I looked like the shit. That being said, if you are going to do it, I say ditch the graphic tee and go with a solid color that compliments the color of the button up (For example, I have a red checked button up that I wear over a teal v-neck). Personally, I like to button the shirt up to the third button, so the tee underneath just pops up the top. Like so

  5. That shirt does not fit. The shoulder seem does not look like it lands on the apex of your shoulder bone like it should. Also the sleeves on the shirt are billowing like mad. Also your sleeve rolls are sloppy (though that may be intentional).

  6. I would ditch the metal watch for a cloth band one. A popular option (and one which I love) is the Timex Weekender. Metal bands are typically more formal than that outfit, so it looks out of place as hell.

  7. Jeans look fine, I like slimmer, but that's personal preference.

    As for your point about shoes not being as important as people say, I have to disagree. Look at this and this. Just changing the shoes has a profound effect on the overall look and formality of the outfit.

    P.S. This is my favorite outfit for going out, though sometimes I go more basic with just a V-neck.
u/YFC · 10 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Not a lot on Amazon at the $25 price range, but I guess I'd recommend the Timex Weekender as a good casual watch. Alternatively, you can wait until they have a sale on them, which should be as low as $20.

u/hbaas · 10 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Watch bands are interchangable, so pick based on the actual watch.

I prefer the cream face this one has

u/shadowbanningsucks · 9 pointsr/Watches

Timex Weekender A very versatile watch that looks good on a variety of straps.

Casio Forester has the advantages of a digital and an analog. 100m water resistance so it's safe for pool, beach or shower.

For $30, your best bet is Casio. They make good quality watches at very low prices. It's just a matter of picking out the style and features you like.

u/kaepora-copernicus · 9 pointsr/EDC

I guess Imgur isn't so friendly on links so I'll put them here as well:

  1. GoRuck Echo, Black ::
  2. Morale Patch, "Regular Guy" ::
  3. MOLLE Grimloc caribiner, Black ::
  4. Jogalite Reflective Band, White ::


  5. Batman button ::
  6. GoRuck Sternum Strap, Black ::
  7. Sharpie, Fine, Black ::
  8. MOLLE Web Dominator, Black ::


  9. Dell Inspiron 13" 7000 ::


  10. GoRuck Padded Field Pocket, Echo, Black ::
  11. SanDisk Ultra Fit 3.0 flashdrive, 32G (x2) ::
  12. Sea to Summit Dry Sack, Small (4L), Green ::
  13. Rowkin Bit wireless earbuds, Space Gray ::
  14. Kindle Paperwhite, Black :: MOLLE Grimloc caribiner, Black ::
  15. Dell AC Adapter, 45W, 19.5V (came with laptop) ::
  16. Building/server card keys, varied
  17. Building/server room keys, varied
  18. REV battery, 4,000mAh :: who knows
  19. Anker PowerCore battery, 10,000mAh ::
  20. Tzumi PocketJuice Endurace battery, 6,000mAh ::
  21. USB to Lightning cable, 4" ::
  22. USB to Micro-B cable, 4" ::
  23. StarTech USB Ethernet adapter ::
  24. VanQuest FATPACK Gen2, 4x6, Black ::


  25. Uni-Ball Signo 207, Fine, Black ::
  26. BIC Roundstic, Medium, Blue ::
  27. Sharpie, Fine, Black ::
  28. Toothpaste, travel :: Grocery stores
  29. Toothbrush, travel :: Grocery stores
  30. Contact lense case :: Grocery stores
  31. SKYN condom, Original ::
  32. Renu soft lense solution ::
  33. Planters NUTrition, Wholesome Mix ::
  34. Nail clippers, large :: Grocery stores
  35. LARABAR, Cashew Cookie ::
  36. Visine for contacts ::
  37. Advil, 200mg ::


  38. North American Rescue Compressed Gauze, 4.5" x 4.1 yard ::
  39. North American Rescue Pressure Bandage, 6" ::
  40. North American Rescue Bear Claw gloves, Nitrile, Large ::
  41. Nasopharyngeal Airway (NPA) Tube, 28Fr ::
  42. Sharpie, Fine, Black ::
  43. Benchmade 7 ::
  44. Mylar blanket ::
  45. North American Rescue Compact HyFin Vent (x2) ::
  46. Alcohol prep pad ::
  47. North American Rescue CAT (tourniquet), 7th Generation ::


  48. Stealth Gear USA Ventcore, Appendix ::
  49. Kershaw Shuffle II ::
  50. Cardstack Slim Wallet ::
  51. LAMY Al-Star, Graphite, Fine, Blue ::
  52. Field Notes, Graph ::
  53. Timex Weekender, original Blue/Gray stripe replaced with standard 20mm leather NATO strap ::,
  54. Springfield Armory XD Mod.2 Sub-Compact, 3", 9mm, FDE ::
  55. Verizon iPhone 7 Plus, 128G, Black ::
    8+. Otterbox SYMMETRY, Black ::
  56. Xikar Allume Single, Black ::
  57. Lightning to 3.5mm adapter ::
  58. Chapstick Classic, Medicated ::
  59. Transcend JetFlash, 128G ::
  60. Car, House keys
  61. SanDisk Cruzer, 32G :: Who knows
u/ocbdocd · 8 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Having an idea of your wrist diameter would help. Anyways, I have small wrists too and wathches with dials in the range 35 - 38 mm such as this Timex Easy Reader or Timex weekender work for me.

u/exfratman · 7 pointsr/NavyBlazer

For a general, all around "I don't care" watch, it's tough to beat the [Timex Weekender.] (

u/TehMulbnief · 7 pointsr/Watches

Posting another one of my favorite cheap but stylish watches I've added to my rotation. I purchased the OD Weekender a few weeks back and something about it just didn't float my boat. After scouring the web for a decent Nato strap seller, I purchased this strap along with two others from The Nato Strap Co. and immediately fell in love with my Timex's new look.

Though I love the Weekender's high looks/price ratio above everything else, I especially like how easy and readily it accepts new Nato straps. I look forward to purchasing and photographing more in the future.

Thanks for taking a look!

u/bob81pizza · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Timex Weekender is 19.99 at Amazon today! Multiple colors. Link

u/bodhi1235 · 6 pointsr/Watches

Timex Weekender is a great, inexpensive watch. I'm afraid you overpaid, especially for used. Brand new on Amazon is just over $30

Quartz movements are actually extremely accurate (more so than automatic)

u/ZombieLoveChild · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Timex Weekender. Tons of options and very economically priced. Only downside is that it ticks very loudly.

If you want to go a bit pricier, Skagen is on the better end of "fashion" watches quality wise, and I genuinely love the look of a lot of their models, particularly this one.

Also, check out Seiko, Citizen and Bulova for some of their more basic looking models. You can't go wrong with any of the brands I named, I own one of all of these except Skagen, but I know they're good stuff. It just comes down to how big of a watch you want and how much you want to spend.

u/goots · 5 pointsr/Entrepreneur

So the timex weekender for twice the price? Why is your product better?

u/theleftphalanges · 5 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


[2-3 pairs of Dockers Alpha Khakis (slim/skinny fit) in a variety of colors, be sure to check back there if the color you want is out of stock.] (

2-3 pairs of Levis 511s (slim/skinny fit) also in a variety of colors; or any pair of pants of your amazon WL, as long as you have jeans cause they were very versatile and go with pretty much anything


Demin shirt from H&M; you can wear it as is or layer it and put a tshirt under it and leave it unbuttoned

Simple Long Sleeved Tshirt any color your prefer

Cotton button up also very good for layering or wearing alone; any color you prefer

Maroon Cotton Tshirt

Cotton Graphic Tshirt

I would also recommend pretty much any shirt from here: (note: sometimes cheap material though). Also their button ups: (choose darker colors cause of the fall season; great for layering over graphic tshirts if you need something) REMEMBER TO CHANGE THE REGION TO US


Raybans (only if you can afford them at the moment; they are pretty awesome)

Brown Leather Belt; also recommend you get a black one

Watch #1

Watch #2


Vans Slip Ons

Ralph Lauren Sneak (similar to vans; choose a neutral color preferably)

Canvas sneakers

Canvas Slip Ons

Nike Running Shoes; can be worn as a casual sneaker

Dress Shirt:

Van Heusen Dress Shirt

I hope I helped in any way possible :)

Dress me up

u/cathpah · 4 pointsr/frugalmalefashion
u/hydraulx · 4 pointsr/EDC

/r/Watches has a buying guide for watches from $0-$250 here that you might find useful.

Some recommendations:

Seiko 5 Automatic SNK809 - $65

Seiko SKX009K1 Dive Watch - $180

Citizen Eco-Drive BM8180 - $124

Timex Expedition Field Chronograph - $48

Timex Weekender - $32

Casio G-Shock DW5600E - $41

Casio F91W - $11

Do you have any preference towards digital, quartz (battery powered), or automatic (mechanical)?

u/Baofog · 4 pointsr/Watches

I own one. It's super loud. Like don't take this thing into a movie theater because its all you will hear loud. I love it so much. Band is 20mm so feel free to get tons of bands just change out whenever. Although mine has a gold face unlike the silver in OP's picture. Same watch otherwise though.

Edit: Typo'd the bandwidth and I should read more closely But I'll leave this up in case anyone is curious about the watch.

u/thomaslw21 · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I purchased this watch over a year ago, and it's still going strong. The retail price is over 100, but I believe it can be had on sale fairly easily if you look around.

It's an automatic, and I've seen some complaints about a loud tick, but that's not been the case at all for me. It's certainly more quiet than the Weekender by Timex, which may also interest you. My only complaint about the Rodina was that the strap it came with was terrible quality, which is unsurprising at the price point. I just purchased an assortment of NATO straps, including one leather, that I switch out frequently.

Another option, outside of the Timex, is this Seiko. It's another automatic, and it's regarded as one of the more reliable budget watches. Seiko has several other watches in the 50-150 price range you may be interested in, so I'd shop around for one that fits your criteria.

You have some options, but if I were you, I'd make my main focus reliability. A lot of cheap watches will stop working fairly quickly, and after that, it doesn't matter how pretty it is. It's now your most handsome paperweight. Stay away from brands like Invicta. If it looks like a Rolex but costs less than a trip to Olive Garden, it's probably trash.

Edit: Spelling errors.

u/Pufflekun · 4 pointsr/adventuretime

It's nice, but you can get a Weekender for about the same price.

You could spend more money on a better color, but you can easily change the straps on Weekenders by just unthreading them, so I'd suggest going over to Crown & Buckle and picking out a strap that you like. This one looks incredible on red-second-hand Weekenders.

u/AIS700 · 4 pointsr/washingtondc

Looks like the reflection of a typical wristwatch, with the cuff of a white button-down shirt in the upper left corner. In fact, from the image I’d guess that this is a Timex weekender watch, due to the rounded chrome face and large numerals. u/Barnst probably took this pic from a bus or while driving.

u/bjk1 · 3 pointsr/Watches

You could toss a weekender on a leather NATO

u/theultrayik · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

>it needs to have probably a plastic (barf) band, because of all the oil/gas/grease that it will undoubtedly be subjected to.

Oil degrades plastic. He'd probably be best off with a nylon band. You're also really not going to get anything too "rugged," since we're in the laughably cheap price range.

I'd recommend this guy

u/27iota · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

If you just want something that's relatively minimal, even a Timex will be fine for you. You can always switch out the strap for something more formal, like leather or metal - I wear a Timex Weekender with a leather strap most days at work.

If you're interested in delving more deeply r/watches is a good resource, although their tastes skew expensive. There's a style summary that can give you some ideas about styles and brands to search for. If you want super minimalist stuff, I'd look into Bauhaus styles (which is where my preferences are), but those tend to be more formal looking.

u/aubreyjq · 3 pointsr/Watches

Timex Weekender Unisex 38mm on Amazon for less than $40.

Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch

u/Transmaniacon89 · 3 pointsr/Watches

I’d go for a Timex Weekender: Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch

Comes in a ton of colors ranging from $30-50.

u/skepticaljesus · 3 pointsr/Watches

If you go month to month, it costs $30. I think you'd get a much, much better bang for your buck buying a Timex Weekender on Amazon:

If that's not your style, and you're really, truly not sure what you want, doing watchgang for a single month is probably not the very worst thing in the world. You definitely won't be getting a $30 watch. In honesty, I would be quite surprised if you got a $10 watch.

But if you're ok with the fact that you're paying a fee to someone to send you a random watch they sourced for as cheap as they possibly could as a way of helping to refine your style, then that's cool. There's worse uses of money out there.

u/Prinkster · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/chaching37 · 3 pointsr/Watches

Here's one that's been much recommended over at r/MFA.

Timex Weekender

Durable watch at a reasonable price.

u/zanglang · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Total cost (in USD):

  • Timex Weekender with Olive strap - $19.99 sale
  • ComGateway shipping for a single 500g package to Singapore - $14.71

    = US$34.70 ~ approximately RM114.56

    Shipping to Malaysia is generally about twice as expensive as Singapore, so you can consider asking for a quote from cheaper forwarders like vPost, Borderlinx and some other guys operating out of, or set up a mass-order to save shipping too.
u/potato1 · 3 pointsr/RedditForGrownups

Depending on what you're looking for in a watch (basically as long as you don't mean a dress watch), there are good looking watches that don't cost $100. The Timex Weekender, for example, is a favorite of Reddit's fashion communities.

u/bh012 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I think that the reason you are not getting feedback is because your post isn't as concise as it could be; additionally, most people like to look at a picture or two and then reply with a short thought. Remove extraneous information next time (your measurements / details on clothes) and perhaps elaborate on what your job is.

That being said, I'm guessing you've already made your way through the sidebar so I'll try not to rehash too much information.

My thoughts (mostly personal preference/opinion, take it as you like):

  1. If possible, don't let your undershirt show (try a white v-neck).
  2. The pumas look kind of goofy on their own (in my opinion) and aren't appropriate for business casual attire. The boat shoes are fine but still probably not business casual.
  3. For sneakers and other shoes refer to the sidebar's shoe guide. As a beginner, you may be interested in the oft-recommended Clarks Desert Boot in beeswax (which is dressier than the Pumas but still casual-- I still don't know if this will fit into your dress code) or a full-blown dress shoe.
  4. I personally dislike both the shirts you posted. I'm not fond of the contrasting button style and I think black button-downs are universally ugly; simple is better. I also prefer this style of [button-up shirts] ( and I would wear them either tucked or untucked. Brands to look for are Uniqlo (slim fit) and Brooks Brothers (extra slim fit) and I like white, light blue, and pink as colors.
  5. I have no experience with TailorStore so I have no comment there but if you want to stick with them I'd get the button down collar, remove the plaid trim, and get mother of pearl buttons.
  6. You should definitely get grey wool trousers instead of another pair of black pants.
  7. I say no to suspenders, just get a belt that matches your shoes.
  8. The Timex Weekender is a good watch, I like this color scheme.

    How I'd spend $500:

  • JCPenney Stafford Wingtip Shoe
  • A sneaker for casual wear outside of work (I like J. Crew x Nike Killshots 2) or Clarks Desert Boot
  • Uniqlo Slim OCBD in white, pink, light blue
  • Grey wool trousers
  • Navy chinos
  • Timex Weekender
  • V-neck undershirts (maybe from Uniqlo?)

    Edit: Sidebar guides from people who know more than I do: Business Casual Guide, Tips for saving money on clothes, Building a Basic Wardrobe
u/stevieie · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I'm gonna second the Timex Weekender with a leather strap. I think it's pretty plain/simple looking and it's definitely not that large or expensive. Here's a picture that I just took of it, maybe this is what you're looking for.

u/spottie_ottie · 2 pointsr/Watches

If you like the timex, go for it. However most people seem to think that particular model is overpriced. Have you looked this?

The style of watch is called 'field'. Hamilton makes several that are of high quality.

u/TheDarkRabbit · 2 pointsr/Archery

Sorry - Yes. It is a Timex Weekender.

u/WiretapStudios · 2 pointsr/thewalkingdead

Timex Weekender, green strap. They just removed the logo for the show it looks like. Same numbers, etc.

u/pizzasplease · 2 pointsr/Watches

The strap is Olive colored, the face is off white. I'm actually wearing it right now I love it.

u/snorting_dandelions · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I have to pay about 46€ for the very same watch on That's about $60 or 300%. Come fucking on

u/itgetsharder · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I don't know what a hipster style watch means, can you give examples?
I'm a huge fan or Timex watches because I really like the clean aesthetic and size. They make a Thru Nylon Strap watch that might protect you from your nickel allergy. Although, I have a very mild nickel allergy and I wear their leather strapped watches without trouble.
Watch facts: Ladies watches have smaller faces than the unisex watches. Most watch bands are interchangeable.

u/JarrettP · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

A Timex Weekender is casual enough for everyday, inexpensive too.

Also, the Nato strap can be changed very easily, allowing for multiple styles without having to buy a second watch.

u/6ilchrist · 2 pointsr/Watches

I picked up a Timex Weekender at Target one day as I was strolling though, it's sort of my go-to watch that I dont worry about. I think it was $30. And the straps you can get for it are cool :)

u/Daisukiyaki · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

The Timex Weekender is a NATO strap watch, meaning the strap can be easily switched. This leads to more versatility in color, but you can always just stick a leather NATO on it. The Seiko SNK809 is a mechanical NATO option. You can buy NATO straps from places like (built by an MFA member IIRC). Both of those watches are casual and about as budget as you can get.

u/matsky · 2 pointsr/Watches

Got mine here. Postage took a few weeks, but I could track it. No hassles.

Also, more choices here.

u/LuigiBoccherini · 2 pointsr/Watches

For that money, just get something like this Timex and put something like this Stainless on it. You're at $54ish dollars on the wrist and you can put the $60 you saved into a watch fund.

u/poepower · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I got this one with a black strap. And they tossed in a navy blue strap with a lighter blue stripe down the middle.

u/quartz174 · 2 pointsr/Watches

A lot of people seem to praise the Timex Weekender. But it honestly kind of poor in quality, is there something I'm not seeing?

u/pocketsked · 2 pointsr/Watches

I'm gonna just throw a bunch of stuff here, maybe one of these will be what you're looking for:

For the Quartz, I recommend something kinda fun, but still minimalist like you mentioned.

Elliot Havok a newer brand, but I hear good things. I looked at their return policy, you can return it unused if you don't like the looks of it. If I were looking for a quartz watch, this would be at the top of my list (I have way too many watches at the moment)

Breda makes
a nice quartz. I've seen one on person. They are not super slick, but also very reasonably priced. Again, return it if you're not loving it. But, no date function.

Sasqwatch again, no date function, but a nice sub-$100 watch.

Nixon makes a ton of watches. These are what people call "fashion watches" but still, tons of styles.

Again, no date, but Kimono you cannot beat the quality/price ratio.

[Timex Expedition](Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch you can knock this thing around and it'll keep going.

Skagen makes a great watch.

OK, tapped out on quartz. Give me time to type out a couple of affordable automatic options.

u/Turd_furgeson86 · 2 pointsr/OakIsland

I love the fact that for the amount of money that Marty supposedly has, he wears a $30 Timex Weekender watch. It actually says a lot about his character - he's not in it for the money, he's in it cause he cares so deeply for his brother. Check out the watch here:

u/TheMachONE · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Perfect minimalist watch imo.

And you can buy a leather strap separately for it (which I did).

u/Cfed12 · 2 pointsr/Watches

It’s the Timex Weekender 38mm. I bought mine on Amazon .

u/mlzr · 2 pointsr/Watches

Timex is really on-trend right now. They're small, ultra-cheap, and of fairly high quality.

u/hobbykitjr · 2 pointsr/kickstarter

Someone just submitted this project 30 min before you... i think you're just selling an Ad here...

but how is this different or better than a Timex?

simple design for $30 or this one

or a nicer one for $45

u/veroz · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I'm assuming you're referring to these? $95 is a lot for a watch with a quartz movement considering how cheap they are to make. You could get 3 Timex Weekenders and give two of them away for the same price.

u/BrandosSmolder · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I think my next one will be the SKA581 w/ a brown strap, and then I want a IWC portuguese homage. Either this or this (opinions please!)

Links and descriptions for my current collection:

Top left. My first watch. The black strap is cheap that came with it. I use this black NATO or the james bond grey one (on the nautica)

Top middle. Newest item to the collection, was a graduation present for myself. Added the strap. I also have a red white blue one for holidays.

Bottom Left. The famous timex weekender. Want to know a secret? I hate it. Too loud, and I just don't like how it looks. But it always ranks in the most bang for its buck under $50 so I bought it.

Bottom Middle. Christmas present. Still deciding.

Bottom Right. DW alternative I found on Cultural Dispatch's "time on a budget" blog. Goes well with any strap.

u/Juicyfruit- · 2 pointsr/Watches

This Timex is awesome!

u/Orgcore · 2 pointsr/promos

The best outfit to go with a pair of Golden Fox Chukkas. We'll start from the ground up.

Socks: Chukkas for me are a great boot to wear in the spring/summer/fall. Nice and light, less insulation than a typical winter boot. One of my favorite parts about the summer is baseball, so a pair of socks like this should be a given.

Pants: Again, let's keep it nice and light. A pair of J. Crew 484 chinos in Navy sounds like a good plan since they match the chukkas in formality and I absolutely love the classic combination of a navy and tan.

Shirt: I've always been a huge fan of chambrays, especially in red. Again, fits in well with the summery vibe.

Accessories: Gotta go with the classic Timex Weekender. The nylon strap on these just look too good, and the watch doesn't even break the bank either. As for a belt, I'd go with a DIY belt with matching leather to the Golden Fox chukka for a personal touch.

EDIT: I wanted to enter the other contest because I am a goofball. I'll expect my commission checks every two weeks when these become Amazon best sellers.

u/wshields · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

This is probably the wrong sub for this. Try /r/watches. It's also a really large topic.

You can spend as much or as little on watches as you want. /r/watches has some recommendations for all budgets.

Some examples:

  • Bulova budget dress watch
  • Very frugal Timex Weekender as a more casual watch
  • Citizen Eco-Drive as more of a sports watch

    Sports watches tend to work well casually and in business causal environments and in part explains the popularity of grails such as a Rolex Submariner or cheaper versions like an Omega Seamaster or Speedmaster.

    I'd highly advise you to do some research and figure out what exactly you want and how much you really want to spend here.

    Personally I'd stay away from the Android wearables and similar but YMMV. On /r/watches you'll likely find many traditionalists who feel the same way. In some ways the desire to even have a watch partways makes you a traditionalist.
u/MendMeNow · 1 pointr/Watches

Same minimal style, smaller size.

Movement shouldn't be that big of a deal.

I'm honestly considering keeping it simple and switching to this Timex Weekender.

u/iopsych · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Selling my Timex Weekender watch along with a leather strap I bought for it and the original olive band. I never wore it and it is in 100% mint/like new condition.

Official Amazon listing here.

Picture of the watch and bands:

$20 with free shipping to continental USA.

u/zzzpoohzzz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

first time posting in MFA, but i've been lurking here for a couple months,
I'm at work right now so I can't get any personal pics up, but I'm a bigger-framed guy (6'0" about 215 lbs) so i picked up 4 different pairs of levi's 514
and then just yesterday i ordered:
i picked up 3 weekender watches so i could be as versatile as i wanted with straps and faces 1 2 3 and i started a new job at a forge (office job, but still require steel toe boots if i go out to the shop) so i bought these

u/terrencepickles · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

With an appropriate watch strap, could I wear this Timex weekender with a suit?

u/rorykane · 1 pointr/EDC
u/Werepig · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

You would be correct sir. Couldn't think of the name offhand and didn't feel like looking it up on my phone while at work.

Timex Weekender

u/ThisTakesGumption · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

The groupon doesn't have this style, which is generally the most recommended. It has the black dial version which is less versatile. Not sure which option from the groupon you think is more recommended...

u/flatspotting · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Amazon has them for $26ish-$30 depending on colour choice...

u/helpimstuckinabox · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Despite not really liking watches, after a lot of pestering from friends and family I've decided to buy a Timex Weekender, but I have some questions regarding the watch face and strap. For reference, the attire I would most likely be wearing with this watch would be your basic bastard /r/MFA uniform (ocbd, dark wash slim fit jeans, etc)

  1. I can't remember if I read this here or just overheard it somewhere, but I seem to recall a lot of people recommending you replace the base strap on the Weekender and use something else? If so, can I get some recommendations here? The cheaper the better, I'm not looking to spend too much on this.

  2. If we take a look at this Amazon listing for Weekenders, which watch face would be considered the most neutral or versatile. If you can, let me know if any of these watches work with their included straps, or if I'm better off replacing it as asked in question 1.

  3. What's my best bet in terms of finding a good deal on these? Should I try walking into various stores (walmarts, etc) and see if they're on sale? Or should I just keep watching the Amazon listing and pray it goes on sale there? Budget is a little tight at the moment, and I do have an event coming up within the next couple of months that the watch would be useful for.

    Thanks in advance!
u/dymogeek · 1 pointr/Watches

Just in case you were asking seriously, the watch is a Timex Weekender T2N651 and the strap is this Kvarnsjö leather strap.

u/thechangbang · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Well, I wouldn't consider this or this a crowded face. Sorry if I was abrasive, you just didn't have the iirc in the parent comment.

u/iCabbage · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Yeah. I got this one because the picture looked like it was a brighter white than the olive one, which looked like an off white.

u/milanoscookie · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

What style/color belt matches with this watch

Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender 38mm Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch

u/Thestigsfatcousin · 1 pointr/Watches

I think you best option is to either buy him a nice G-shock, or buy something like

This or This and just accept that he'll need it replaced every so often. The weekender looks kind of like the Bertucci you like, and I can personally vouch for the Casio Chronograph.

All that said, I would personally just buy a G-shock which will last him for a very long time. It is a little bit bulky, but it's going to be the toughest one to break. Also, if he doesn't genuinely want to wear the watch, he won't. He'll just put it on in the morning to make you happy and set it in his car as soon as he gets to work.

u/GreenLizardHands · 1 pointr/intj

I wear an analogue watch, and have for about 15 years. I wore Fossil watches for the first 5 or so, and have worn the one I wear now for the last ~10 years. It's easier to tell about what time it is at a glance with an analogue watch. And really, that's how we think about and understand time, with approximations.

If you are like me, when you look at a digital watch and it says 7:43 pm, your brain will translate that to "about 7:45pm" before it uses the information. So, seeing 7:43pm vs 7:45pm doesn't make a difference in what it means to me. In either case, I know I have about 15 minutes until it's 8 o'clock.

For this reason, I find an analogue watch to be more intuitive/easier to use.

However, if they often need to know precise/exact times (i.e., they need to know that it's 7:43pm and knowing "about 7:45pm" isn't good enough), a digital watch might be a better option. I can't really come up with a scenario where this would be important (and one wouldn't have the time to just look more closely at an analogue watch), but I'm sure someone's job involves this sort of thing.

The thing that I like most about the watch that I've worn for the last decade is that it's low/no maintanence. It's one of the Citizen Eco-Drive watches that runs off of solar power. So in the ~10 years, the only service it has needed is replacing one of the spring pins (and it only needed that because I was a doofus and broke it while removing a link).

But really, you should just ask him. INTJs aren't all the same in their preferences for things. They're similar in that they come up with systems. A watch is a device that they'd be expected to wear all the time, i.e. it would become part of their system. In a bygone age, it would be a welcome part of any person's system (saving them the time of finding a public clock somewhere). But nowadays, everyone is carrying a phone around with them which they can use to tell time, and so they don't see the need to wear a watch, and may even consider it a burden.

TL;DR: INTJs come up with systems, but we don't all come up with the same systems. The only way to know what watch would best fit into your INTJs system (or if a watch would fit into their system at all) would be to talk to them about it.

EDIT: If you really want to get them a watch, maybe consider getting them something like a Timex Weekender or Timex Expedition Scout. They're no-frills, all practical options, and are low enough cost that they can be considered a safe "experiment" to see how he likes having a watch as part of his system. From there, you can find out what he likes and doesn't like, and us that knowledge to get him something more expensive for his birthday or something down the line.

u/MrBingles · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

The Timex Weekender is always a safe/good/versatile choice.

u/Justkevin87 · 1 pointr/Watches

Cheapest Watch Showdown?

Anyone have any preferences? Are these just going to go dead in a few weeks or are they priced so low because they have minimalistic tendencies?

u/chilidbz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Timex Weekender if you want super casual with multiple wardrobes. Cheap, and you can swap out the straps for different colors.

u/citizenskim · 1 pointr/Watches

Thanks. It's a timex weekender. I'm using a custom leather strap instead of the nylon one that comes with.

u/KROMExRainbow · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Looking for somebody to score the TIMEXCM50 promo discount (I know it's "expired", but it's possible to still get it applied, I see) on this watch and then ship it to me after receiving it.

I'm in Australia and this item doesn't ship here, and every outlet offering Timex watches has them at $50-$100. With the 50% off, the watch is $10.69, and I will pay that plus whatever the shipping happens to be.

Really need it to gift to somebody, so the help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys, PM me if you're willing to help with it!

u/nicholas34silva · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

/r/watches has some great recommendations.

At the upper end of your budget, I'd get a Seiko 5 (SNK805)

At the lower end, I'd get a Timex Weekender

There's 10430942q423 different colors/variations of this watch all for $20-50

u/bylebog · 1 pointr/Watches

It's this on a leather strap. I'm wearing it now as a matter of fact.

u/imilkmyunicorns · 1 pointr/TeenMFA

here ya go mate. this shit gets me so many compliments haha

u/wok2fire · 1 pointr/nfl

a watch? this one has 19 different colors

Timex Unisex T2N651 Weekender Olive Nylon Slip-Thru Strap Watch

u/gettingbigright · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

I ended up getting a timex weekender. It's not fancy but I'm never really in too many fancy situations. And whenever I get bored I can always change out the band and have a new look.

u/Knifelover212 · 1 pointr/u_Knifelover212

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u/JDGAFFLIN · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Why not just get a Timex Weekender. They're inexpensive, and you can probably find one with that color Nato strap.

u/speekeazy · 1 pointr/Watches

So I grabbed this weekender years ago as a whatever happens happens watch
and its been GREAT but I think now its time to upgrade. Id like to spend less than $400 and i'm staying away from movement charged automatics. I had a seiko 5 and was setting it all the time. Im leaning towards but seeing as how this will be my new daily driver Im open to spending more for a much better watch (within reason). Thank you guys a million fold for any suggestions and for this sub in general. Its awesome

u/IBeMadToo · 1 pointr/asktrp


  • A nice pair of chino's in black, navy, or stone
  • A pair of nice chino shorts that sit above the knee
  • Plain coloured tee's with no prints - I have black, white, navy, charcoal
  • A nice leather belt
  • A few pairs of shoes - Personally, I have Clarks, a pair of leather woven boat looking shoes like this, and some sneakers (eg. Nike Roshes) in white or black.

    I feel like those are essentials, anything after that is a bonus. You could add extras in like a simple watch (eg. Timex Weekender; straps are customizable), a suit/business attire, jackets such as a bomber jacket, or whatever else you think you need. It all comes down to what styles you are into tho!

    Good place to go for inspiration is r/malefashionadvice or r/frugalmalegashion if you have a strict budget. They have essentials guides for ya over there.
u/IT_dude_101010 · 1 pointr/Watches

I have a weekender, weekender Chrono and expedition Chrono.

The weekender is nice, except for the audible ticking. I prefer my expedition Chrono. (Which I should do a post of soon.)

I really like the styling of yours, especially the black dial, and white numbers. I may trade out my weekender for your setup. I prefer darker dial watches for my field watches.

u/OmahaYessa · 1 pointr/Watches

Why everybody, I am looking to buy a everyday watch for under $100. I’m really just looking for a watch that will go with everything and I can always wear. So far the ones I’m considering in no particular order

Timex Weekender

This is nice because it’s cheap, and I could swap straps. However a lot of people complained of how loud it ticks, and it’s not water resistant

Timex Weekender Chronograph

This was my initial choice, but I have since second guessed myself and now am leaning elsewhere. I feel like the case is too thick, and it’s not too water resistant.

Invicta Pro Diver

I’m iffy on the metal band. I do enjoy the actual look of this, just not sure if it’s too classy.

Seiko 5 Automatic

This is the watch that’s in first right now. I would definitely purchase a leather strap for it off top, but some people reported it didn’t keep time well.

That’s my list. Overall, I’m just really looking for advice. I’m not very watch savvy, and would appreciate help by some of you pros. Let me know why these watches are good or bad, and offer some insight. I appreciate it!

u/batatavada · 1 pointr/india


u/Knox404 · 1 pointr/CopOrNot

Or this are better qualitatively and still stick to your specifications. Please don't buy a shitty meme watch.

u/zomgie · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Timex Easy Reader - $25

Timex Weekender (olive) - $28

Timex Weekender (Black) - $30

and more, and more.

Beats the $40 I bought mine for at Target. Great watches for the price.

u/shujin · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

The easiest way to compare things is to look at them side by side. Here:

One Two. Band aside, the faces are quite different.

u/Coltonious_Parkins · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Does the Timex Weekender go on sale very often on Amazon? I'd like to buy one, but I would hate to miss out on saving a few bucks.

Also, which strap would you say is the more versatile, Olive or Blue and Gray?

u/cp5184 · 1 pointr/Watches

What are you looking for?

u/theguruhimself · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I'm planning on buying my first watch, primarily for casual, everyday use. Since I don't want anything too fancy or expensive, I've landed on the Timex Weekender, but I'm still deciding on which color to choose.

I am relatively skinny with a dark-ish brown complexion (I'm Indian). Currently, I have the Olive and Blue/Gray Stripe on my mind, but I'm open to any suggestions. Which color should I choose? Let me know if you have any questions!

u/Stampede10343 · 1 pointr/EDC

They may not make it anymore, closest thing I could find was this, Timex Weekender

u/Turbosack · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

So I've been wearing one of those digital Casio watches for awhile now and I'm looking to change it up a bit. Everyone seems to recommend the Timex weekender as a good cheap watch, so I was thinking of going with that. I just want to know exactly which face/band I should go with.

I'm changing up my wardrobe for this summer, and it's going to consist mostly of chino shorts in various colors, tshirts, and some light button-ups I got from H&M with boat shoes or basic sandals (Rainbow). I was thinking of going for something preppy-ish like this watch face with this band. I would just get the one that comes with that band, but the watch face looks weirdly formal and out of place to me. Also getting the two parts separately actually ends up cheaper.

Any thoughts? Does that combo work? Would it be alright with the olive band?

u/CrayolaBrown · 1 pointr/Watches
u/THORN01 · 0 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Am I going to need to size up/down on the mossimo tees if the uniqlo premium tees in xs fit me perfect?

Ninja edit: Also does this watch have a slip through strap to where I can change the bands?

u/UziSauce · 0 pointsr/malefashionadvice

the boots are definitely great!

you should look at getting a timex weekender or similar. 32 bucks or so. can't beat that. it'll go with a lot and you can change the NATO strap to match your outfit.

regarding the cardigan, it looks like the shoulder seems fall a little outside the shoulder. the only reason i think you could go down one size. doesn't look bad at all... just nitpicking, i suppose.

ninja edit: i'd also get your jeans one size longer on your next purchase... that'll allow you to roll the cuff (IMO, looks great on a longer jean) and you can always have them hemmed if you don't like the length.

u/Fuiste · 0 pointsr/Watches

This Invicta diver works great on the steel band it comes with, and I personally think a weathered brown leather strap would look great too.

It's a pretty clear "homage" to the Rolex submariner, but for the price you're getting a pretty good quality automatic movement in a watch that looks great with anything from jeans + t shirt to business casual.

If you want something more minimal and are willing to ditch the steel bracelet, then this Timex is a great option. I've got one that's still ticking on its original battery after about 10 years. They're bone simple bulletproof watches that look good with any outfit.

u/as_told_by_aaron · -3 pointsr/Watches