What size band does a Timex Expedition watch Take?

What size band does a Timex Expedition watch Take?

Watch Information

Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Timex
Case Thickness 10.5 millimeters
Band Material Leather
Band size 8 Inches
Band width 20 millimeters

Can you change the band on a Timex?

Timex has been making affordable timepieces since the 1950s, although the company can trace its roots back to the 19th century. Timex also manufactures a large variety of replacement watchbands to replace your broken or worn-out band.

What company owns Timex?

Timex Group
Timex Group B.V.
Timex Group USA, Inc./Parent organizations

What kind of battery does a Timex Expedition use?

Energizer CR2016 Lithium Battery 3V, 5 Pack.

How do I choose a watch band?


  1. Get the right size. Measure the width between your watch lugs (where the strap attaches to the watch) to make sure you’re buying the right size strap.
  2. Get the right length.
  3. Get the right tools.
  4. Check the hardware.
  5. Get the right material.

What size apple watch strap should I get?

The 42mm watch band is the larger version of the first 3 series. If you have a larger watch from the first series, choose the 42/44 option at the checkout. The 42mm watch is perfect for wrists between 140mm and 220mm.

How do you set a Timex Expedition?

The Timex Expedition is a type of digital, outdoor watch that features a stopwatch, alarm clock, and timer. There are twenty-four different types of Timex Expedition watches, but they are all set in a very similar way. Setting your Timex Expedition is done by pressing a series of button combinations on the watch itself.

How do you set the time on a Timex Expedition?

Press the “Start/Split” button to increase the time or the “Stop/Reset” button to decrease the time. Press the “Set” button again to set the time. Pull out the crown of the Expedition-E Instruments or Expedition Dive watch.

How do you replace the battery in a Timex Ironman?

Insert the replacement battery into your Timex Ironman 30 watch. Release the metal battery strap to hold the battery in place. Cover the battery and battery strap with the protective sticker. Snap the watch’s back cover back into place. Replace the four screws and tighten them with your optical Philips screwdriver.

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