- Mar 4, 2012
Workhorse watch. Garmin Forerunner 245.
I have quite a few G analogs, prob my fav. Although digital is what got me into G shocks to break up the analog divers .Analog? Wuh? 😱
I bought some watch tools to rebuild a 1960's Elgin Sportsman since it's worth less than the tools costed but watch shops want like $200 to start and say it could be as much as $300. It runs great for about an hour then stops.
I'll get to it one of these days.
True. Only issue is if you use the indiglo too many times, it stops working. The Expeditions are so inexpensive, you can forget about somehow replacing the indiglo feature. Everyone, including Timex, will politely advise just buying another Expedition.timex expedtion analog is so pretty with its indiglo
Try searching for a non working, same model, that you can cannibalize parts?Have a Timex Ironman. Got it as a birthday present back in 1995. I still wear it pretty often, wore it yesterday. It still works, but I lost one of the internal screws while changing the battery last time. Not sure where to get some more screws of that size, the jewelry shops don't care or have anything. It's been everywhere. It's older than most of my current co-workers.
Try searching for a non working, same model, that you can cannibalize parts?