Soleus Dash Watch Large

Price: $49.95 MSRP: $55.00
Soleus Dash Watch Full Size Black
In Stock: 3
  • Color: Black
  • Size: One Size
Soleus Dash Watch Full Size Black/Lime
In Stock: 2
  • Color: Black/Lime
  • Size: One Size
Soleus Dash Watch Full Size Orange/Black
In Stock: 08/11
  • Color: Orange/Black
  • Size: One Size

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Model Number: SR018-

Comfortable on your wrist both during the run and after, the sleek Soleus Dash features a 30 lap memory, 6 interval timers and 10 run data storage. An easy-to-read display and large digits make it easy to take a quick look at your splits on-the-go; the 'Large' Dash features a matte finish and is best suited for larger wrists or those who prefer more bold style.

Colors

  • Black (001)
  • Black/Lime (052)
  • Orange/Black (801)
  • Yellow/Black (020)

Details

  • 30 lap memory
  • 10 run data storage
  • 6 Interval Timers
  • 2 Alarms
  • EL Backlight stays illuminated for 3 seconds; set to 'Night Mode' so any button activates light
  • Easy-to-read digits and viewing area
  • Dual Time Zones
  • Sweat proof PU (Polyurethane) band
  • 50 meters water-resistance (5 ATM)
  • Dimensions: 1.82" wide face, .687" wide band

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Previously, my default running watch was the Timex Ironman 100lap of which I owned 3. As a running watch, the Ironman, I thought, was unparalleled but due to their tendency to die I bought this Soleus equivalent. Well, let me admit that the Timex Ironman is still unparalleled and if you are looking at the Soleus Dash then buy the Timex Ironman. The Soleus is bulkier in every dimension: it is heavier and thicker enough for my to feel the watch when I run. This watch is supposed to be light and nimble; otherwise, I'd dawn a gps one for every run. Moreover, it's screen is not as easy to read on the run as that of the Ironman. The Timer options on the Ironman are more abundant and one could reset the Chrono without saving the workout. Although I like the more tactile response of the Dash, it does not compensate for the lesser functionality and increased bulk.
From: Gene, Berkely, CA, USA. June 18th 2015

Comments: The best 'running' watch I've ever had in 25+ years of running. Large numbers, easy to read, user friendly and moderately priced. Puts Timex Ironman's to shame...
From: Dave, Tempe, AZ