There's no heart rate monitor. No GPS, no altimeter, no compass, no world time, no Bluetooth®. We teamed up with Huckberry and dipped into our archives to take you back to the summer of '99 for the antithesis of the modern smartwatch, and the perfect adventure or workout companion. Introducing: TIMEX IRONMAN® Flix Reissue x Huckberry.
The world of smartwatches is constantly evolving, with new features and advancements being added all the time. But sometimes, simplicity is key. That's where this reissue comes in; the 'Flix' takes us back to a simpler time when watches were built for function and durability, rather than trying to be all things to all people.
Prized by athletes, pilots, military and first responders for its simplicity, affordability, and unbeatable dependability, it's no surprise the 'Flix' is the stuff of legends in watchmaking circles. And with a sizeable yet lightweight 44mm resin case and 100m of water resistance, it's built to be comfortable on the wrist no matter where your training takes you.
The chronograph and countdown timer make it easy to track your progress during workouts, and the 100-lap memory lets you review your performance over time. It also has a 10-entry memo pad for jotting down notes or reminders, and five alarms to help you stay on schedule. But perhaps the best feature of the 'Flix' is its glanceable display, which makes it easy to see the time and track your progress, even when you're on the move. And with the INDIGLO® Night-Light with hands-free Night-Mode, you can check the time in the dark without having to fumble for a button: simply raise your arm and the watch will light up.
In a world where technology is constantly changing, it's nice to have a watch that you can depend on. The TIMEX IRONMAN® Flix Reissue x Huckberry may be a throwback to the past, but it's also a nod to the timeless appeal of no-frills, functional design. But just like the '90s, this limited-time reissue won't last forever, so you'll want to move quickly: get your TIMEX IRONMAN® Flix Reissue x Huckberry now before it's gone.