We Took Some Pics of the Timex Weekender Reversible & Weekender Chronograph

We Took Some Pics of the Timex Weekender Reversible & Weekender Chronograph

So, Melissa Wanted a Timex Weekender Reversible

I’ve had a couple of Timex Weekenders: the Weekender 40 I reviewed last year, and currently a Weekender Chronograph. I really like them and think they’re great watches. No surprises when Melissa started hinting that she wanted a Weekender of her own. Her daily wearer – a ladies Hamilton Viewmatic Auto – is starting to show its life story.

The Weekender we got for her was the TW2P65300GP. This version comes with a blue and polka dot reversible nato strap. The strap is super simple to switch from polka-dot to not, though Melissa has complained that the strap is a little irritating on her wrist after being worn for a few hours. We’ll switch out the strap with something a little less irritating later when Melissa finds a 16mm strap she likes.

EDIT: Strap culprit found. There is a loop that secures the end of the strap, and the glue that binds the loop together is itchy. Turn that side outward, problem solved.

Because my wife is a cheeseball (I am too) we’ve got a couple of cheesy his and hers wrist shots. 🙂

Here are More Photos of the Timex Weekender Chronograph & Weekender Reversible

Watches Featured in this Gallery


Timex Weekender Chronograph

Blue dial on tan leather nato.





Timex Weekender Reversible

White dial on blue/white polka-dot reversible nato.





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If it ticks or tocks, I want it on my wrist. I'm a fan of all things that keep good time, and I can't resist a great looking watch. WYCA is my way of appreciating the engineering and artistry that goes into affordable watches. My favorite watch is my Jazzmaster Auto Chrono, and the watch I wear the most is my Weekender Chronograph. I currently have 33 watches in my collection.

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