Timex Watches

Timex watches. Look really good with a terrific timepiece. Plenty of types of wristwatches are currently obtainable, from classic designs, to those which feature the latest tech.

Many may not realize that the Timex Group is a Dutch company headquartered in the Netherlands and with several regional partners in the US, the Philippines and India. There are several sub-brands of watches and collections that belong to this group, such as Timex Ironman, Nautica, Opex and others. There are several other brands of the luxury group segment that serve different customer levels. Timex has been around for several decades and is a globally recognized brand.

Various Timex watches

If you want to get an overview of the different Timex watch models, have a look at the picture gallery below.

This is a classic watch design by Timex, a model that has been around for several decades. This watch has a simple design with gold accents on the case, indexes and hands, and a leather strap.

This nylon green bracelet makes this Timex watch something special for those who prefer a rugged look. It also has an hour display to show the time in 24-hour format.

This Timex watch is part of the Smart Quartz Collection. The outer dial has a compass function and a temperature correction on the inner dial. Such features make this watch unique.

If you love the steel and leather look, opt for this unique watch from Timex. It comes with a brown dial and a leather strap. The gray shaded case and digital interface are unique features of this watch.

For those who want a feature-rich watch, this Technoluxury Timex watch features two sub-dials, such as a car's speedometer, and a compass-like feature on the outer dial.

This sporty watch model from Timex features a light yellow silicone strap and several functions as sub-dials in the watch. It's a great watch for athletes and outdoor athletes.

This is a classic Timex watch equipped with intelligent quartz technology. Two sub-dials are designed as a speedometer of a car and have a chronograph function, which is also integrated into the clock.