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When it comes to high-end precision watches, the playing field is fairly crowded. However, TX watches still manage to stand out in a number of striking and exciting ways. Since 2005, this premium watch line from the world-class Timex company has continually wowed the world, thanks to its exquisite style and many fine touches. TX watches are proof positive that timepieces can be durable and tough without being clunky and unattractive.

Watches for Adventurers
Nothing beats being out in the wild; disconnecting from the world is fantastic, but you still need to know what time it is. With TX watches, you can hit the hiking trail without losing track of the time - and do it with style. From premium leather straps to strong, etched case backs, TX watches are solid and reliable. Strapping on a TX watch is a reassuring feeling; having one with you during your adventures lends a whole lot of peace of mind.

Exquisite Details Up the Ante
All too often, watchmakers rest on their laurels and forget all about innovation. That's never a problem with TX watches, though. In addition to being incredibly strong and resilient, these timepieces boast plenty of exciting and even surprising fine details. Luminous dials, 6-hand movement and the occasional bold colour are all visible proof of TX watches' commitment to innovation, style and class.

Top-notch Materials and Craftsmanship
From sapphire crystals to luminous dials, TX watches offer up some of the most exceptional materials and features of any watches on the market today. A unique, four-motor design helps make these watches stand out in an even more intriguing way. One motor is for the second, minute and hour hands; the other three handle various other features. This proprietary feature enables TX watches to be more reliable and consistent than the vast majority of other watches that are currently available.

International Input For Out-Of-This-World Quality
TX watches are the products of a truly international effort. American innovation and Italian style are used to enhance the reliable work of a German engineering team. The resulting watches excel on every conceivable level, and are best in just about any class imaginable. Instead of buying one watch for its style, one for its features and one for its quality, you can enjoy all three in a single TX timepiece.

Quality Wherever You Go
By purchasing a TX watch, you can eliminate the need to buy a special watch for when you're out doing various activities. From the office to the hiking trail to the sea, TX watches are with you every step of the way. You'd be hard-pressed to find better watches anywhere. For people with active lifestyles, TX watches are truly top-notch choices.

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Recently Reviewed TX Watches

TX Gents 500 Series World Time Watch T3B831
Reviewed on 30th December 2013
Reviewed by Mike
Liked the design of the watch. However the clasp was not satisfactory. It did not stay shut. Also it was difficult to get my wrist through the strap.
(reviewed 2 times)
TX Gents 800 Series Linear Chronograph Watch T3C458
Reviewed on 11th December 2011
Reviewed by Wayne J
Absolutely love this watch. This my first TX watch and it is not going to be my last. The watch is just the right size at 47mm with a very cool take on the chronograph. Good weight and feel.

(reviewed 1 time)
TX Gents 300 Series Perpetual Calendar Watch T3B771
Reviewed on 2nd October 2011
Reviewed by James W
I liked the style and layout of display which admittedly sold it to me.Keeps good time, within 1 sec over week. Minor quibbles. (1) Rather wayward progression of the second hand over marks on dial (2) calendar changes at 12:08!. But my main disappointment was the sparse documentation, which largely deferred the issue of changing the calendar to the "dealer". All very well, but the apparent lack of support for this brand in UK is a point of concern; would the high street jeweller be able to cope with changing the battery and any required resetting the calendar in the years to come?!
Very good

(reviewed 1 time)
TX Gents 800 Series Linear Chronograph Watch T3C310
Reviewed on 23rd April 2011
Reviewed by Mr Entropy
I like my watches to be a bit different, and this one obliges. I had never heard of TX before but a quick search of their range shows that they try to appeal to those who want a more uniquely coloured technical watch thatís different from the standard 3 circular dial chronograph watches, while staying affordable.

This is the smaller model of the TX 800 range quoted at 44mm, and made of a stainless steel case and strap, where as the larger 47mm model has a titanium case with rubber strap. The watch strap has a predominantly black brushed look with smooth black sections within every link. The maximum wrist size possible is around 22 cm, each link is about 0.8cm so the minimum is an impossibly small 14cm but in reality the important thing is the width of your wrist. With the lugs included, this reaches around 54 mm so it makes sense that your wrist should be at least that wide for this watch to look decent on you.

The watch clasp is slightly odd, normally where it shows you 5 or six holes on the buckle that look like a quick way to adjust the strap, the 2 tightest hole settings are unusable due to part of the clasp not fitting inside the case at this level. Hence you only actually have 3 settings which is equivalent to adding one more link on the bracelet, this is good to keep in mind when you get the strap adjusted. Watch Shop offer to adjust the strap for you if you give them your wrist measurement in the notes section of the checkout, or if you prefer you can get this adjusted yourself and they will kindly offer you up to £5 back if you provide them with the receipt.

The 3d view on the website is a fairly representative of the product you get in your hands. Surprisingly the colour combination of black, orange, rose gold, green and white all works very well together and I donít recall seeing this colour combination on another brand of watch. What canít be easily seen in the pictures is the rotating bezel which is a slightly more greyish steel black and has varied markings around it with more in the 12 to 3 range, but the asymmetry looks good, this bezel sits on a rubbery black layer which provides good contrast in an otherwise all black case. The rose gold tinted dials, crown and button provides the extra shine needed to make this watch pass as formal and sports worthy at the same time.

The key sales point is that this is a linear chronograph and not the classic circular dials weíre used to. The chronograph is just essentially another timer, when you start it by pressing the top button, the orange hand that normally rests in the 12 position moves around in seconds but in 1/5th of a second movements to make it smoother. The dial at the bottom right counts hours (up to 4) and the vertical dial counts minutes, when 30 minutes are reached the dial slowly floats back down over 10 seconds and begins to count the next 30 minutes. Pressing the top right button again pauses the time, pressing again restarts it. The second button can pause the timer, but allow a timer to continue running in the background and when you press it again the hands will catch up to the what the time should be. Pressing this button while properly paused acts as the reset function. As you turn the chronograph off after about 7 seconds the dial reverts to being a 24 hour clock. The date box is as per normal, you pull out the crown half way and turn to adjust this. Overall the unit feels impressive from an engineering perspective.

My unit was not perfect however. Although a common issue with quartz watches and considered normal by most manufacturers, the seconds hands were not perfectly aligned to the seconds markers. This will annoy perfectionists but be completely irrelevant for the rest. I had this checked out by the manufacturer who in under a week returned it better aligned, but it becomes apparent that while it aligns at say the 5 minute marker, it wont at the 20 minute marker, depending on how you orientate the watch, This suggests the seconds hand isnít perfectly balanced in weight so that gravity affects the hand position and/or the cogs inside arenít the best in quality. But thatís never going to get noticed by anyone else in reality and I am still very happy with the purchase. So far time has remained accurate and thatís the most important thing. I enjoy wearing it and the striking colour scheme does get complimented by others, as does the chronograph mechanism.


(reviewed 1 time)
TX Gents 800 Series Linear Chronograph Watch T3C319
Reviewed on 14th April 2011
Reviewed by MalcolmL
Great looking large diameter watch.
Nice soft orange leather strap.
Got mine at a great price - was last in stock I believe. Would still be a good buy at even full price -- watch feels solid yet is very light to wear due to the titanium construction.
Nothing to dislike about it - at least not for me. A great addition to my watch collection.

(reviewed 1 time)
TX Gents 300 Series Perpetual Calendar Watch T3B801
Reviewed on 25th May 2010
Reviewed by Drifter
The white face is very easy to read the time etc.
What made me chose this watch from all others was the hollow minute and hour pointer, as they donít block the Month/Day dials and leaves them easy readable when the pointers cross them.
Should you have too reset the time itís easy as instructions are straightforward.
I would have liked the Day/Month writing on the watch to be a little larger about the same as the date
numbers, however had I seen the watch in a shop and not bought it on line I would still have purchased TX T3B801.


(reviewed 2 times)