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    Re: Watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Fellrunner View Post
    Got to be the Timex Ironman 50 Lap;

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    I've got one of those!

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    Re: Watches

    Timex Ironman 150 for me - its great although I all too regularly stop the timer, bending my wrist climbing stiles and gates or when falling over

    Timex Ironman 150

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    Re: Watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaddy the Owl View Post
    What running watches would people recomend?

    I used to wear Nike triax watches, but i'm struggling to find any suppliers!

    Chaddy these have a good selection of Nike Triax watches. Plus the Nike online store is good.

    http://www.sporttek.co.uk/brand/NIKE...139/Triax.142/

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    Re: Watches

    I got a special from the missus' Avon catalogue. Strap broke the next day. Bit of super glue and ive now been using it for two years.

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    Re: Watches

    Just be careful when you buy a watch. A lot are only water resistant for 50 metres and I bet you usually run further than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stolly View Post
    Timex Ironman 150 for me - its great although I all too regularly stop the timer, bending my wrist climbing stiles and gates or when falling over

    Timex Ironman 150
    Just put it on your other wrist. Problem solved.

    Think most of the timex watches have this problem if you wear it on your left wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJF View Post
    Just put it on your other wrist. Problem solved.

    Think most of the timex watches have this problem if you wear it on your left wrist.
    Brilliant Anthony - stunning blue sky thinking

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    The voice of experience unfortunately.

    Timed score event, timer stopped in the first 2 hours and had to guess what time I set off. Came back with 2 mins to spare, more by luck than judgement.

    Lesson learnt.

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