Timex Command Shock Watches

May 2, 2018

Category: Gear

For a long time now G-Shock has had a real corner on rugged, shockproof watches. Timex is trying to change that with their new Command Shock line.

This 54mm watch comes wrapped in a polyurethane and metal casing that protects not only from shocks, but keeps the watch operational up to 328 feet underwater. Legibility is made really easy thanks to the large plexiglass display that reveals a clock, 24 hour timer, day and date, and 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times. Other functions on the watch include a hydration alarm (essentially a function that reminds you to drink periodically), as well as a vibrating alarm for silent updates. And of course, because this is a Timex, the watch has an Indiglo feature for reading the time at night. Right now the watch is available in four different colorways ranging from white, to high-vis yellow, and blue and desert camo. Prices are set at just under $100.

Purchase: $100

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