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The Timex Ironman Run Trainer GPS Speed + Distance sport watch keeps tabs on pace and distance, while also guiding you through runs with intervals and alerts to stay on-pace. Customize 4 data fields on the easy-to-read display and set independent nutrition & hydration alarms reminding you to re-fuel. When finished, upload workouts and review data with Timex's Online Log powered by Training Peaks.

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  • Timex Ironman Run Trainer GPS sport watch
  • USB charging/data transfer cable
  • Quick start guide


  • GPS sport watch with SiRFstar IV GPS technology
  • Holds up to 15 dated workout summaries
  • 100 lap memory per workout
  • Customizable screen displays 3-4 different data fields on a single screen
  • Available data fields: Altitude, Calories, Distance, Odometer, Pace, Average Pace, Speed, Average Speed, Time of Day, Lap Number, Lap Time, Split Time
  • Data fields available with HRM & Foot Pod add-ons: Heart Rate, Average Heart Rate, Run Cadence, Average Run Cadence
  • Pace, speed, distance and altitude alerts
  • 5 programmable Interval Timers with optional Warm-Up & Cool-Down timers
  • Interval goals for time, mileage or altitude
  • Variable-Intensity Interval timers: zones for pace, run cadence or HR
  • Recovery, Hydration and Nutrition timers
  • Optional hands-free chronograph features auto-start, stop, split, and resume options
  • Altitude ascent and descent info via GPS
  • 5 Alarms and countdown timer
  • Switch modes for bike, swim or other activities
  • Optional 1, 2, 4 or 8 second data recording
  • Upload training data to free Timex Online Log Powered by Training Peaks using included USB cable
  • Timex Device Agent allows easy changes to watch and performance data on your computer
  • PC compatible with Windows XP or newer, Mac compatible with OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or newer
  • Indigo nightlight illuminates display in low-light conditions
  • Swim friendly; water resistant to 50m (GPS and HR features not available underwater)
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
  • Battery life: 8 hours typical in GPS mode
  • Full charge in 2 hours via USB cable to computer
  • Display size: 2.8 x 2.5 cm
  • Unit dimensions: 4.8 x 5.6 x 1.9 cm
  • Weight: 66g (2.3 oz)
  • Color: Black/Silver/Orange

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Bought this watch at the Gasparilla running expo a year ago. I like it and use it every day for runs and swims. It's a good watch, but not particularly reliable for me. It locked and died after three months. I returned it and they shipped me a new one. The new watch face plate died nine months later, not to be revived. Shipped it back and waiting. Save your runs frequently.
From: Don, Sudbury, MA, USA

Comments: Training Peaks is a free account that is enough and still does more than Garmin Connect. No need to pay the $120 for the premium account. You can also upload runs to if you don't like training peaks. Training Peaks is more complicated than Garmin Connect though. As far as the watch goes, I love it! Does more than the Garmin 210 and almost as much as the 610 and some things the Garmin 610 doesn't for a lot less money! This is the only waterproof GPS watch! I like the 4 line display set to distance, average run pace, total time, and average lap pace. The indigo could be better. Screen is easy to read on the run, even in pouring down rain. Satellite is fast and accurate.
From: Tyler, Outer Banks, NC

Comments: Don't do it, do yourself a favor and click off now. The training peaks software is $120.00 a year if you want to track your runs. Garmin has a much easier, user friendly, free program to track your training. Unless you want to do things the hard way, stay clear of this watch.
From: Anonymous
Editor's Note: Training Peaks is a free software program. Training Peaks Premium can be purchased for $119 per year

Comments: Rock solid. Simple to use like other Ironmans. Easy to import data into Sport Tracks. My Garmin GPS is now
collecting dust. It doesnt have last lap time or a vibration alert which would be nice.
From: James, Bucktown, Pa

Comments: I've had this watch for 5 weeks now and have zero complaints.  I've used it in a number of different states, outside of the US, in the woods, and in the city--it has never taken more than 2 minutes to connect to satellites, and has never lost connection during a run. Absolutely recommend this watch.
From: Tim, Staunton, VA, USA

Comments: I have a Suunto X10, Suunto Core, Garmin 305, Garmin 405, and Garmin 50; this watch, hands down, crushes them all in the endurance athlete field. I have been an avid Garmin  and Suunto buyer until I realized just how shoddy their GPS signals and equipment can be; especially in major metro areas. After reading all the negative reviews for the Garmin 610 priced at $350, the Ironman Run Trainer is a dream come true. And to think I was so close to asking Santa Claus for the 610. I live in Baltimore and the Run Trainer's GPS signal could not be greater for living in a major metro area! Go Timex for finally breaking into the sports GPS market! I highly recommend this watch.
From: Tyler, Baltimore, MD, USA