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Why Should You Choose Timex Hero Watches as your Watch Brand and How does it Suites Your Personality.

Updated on June 13, 2014
Timex Logo
Timex Logo | Source

“Every watch has its story to tell and every bit of it has its authenticity and inspiration.”

Before I answer the question let us know about some few facts and figures of Timex: Timex was founded in 1854 as the clock-making subsidiary of Waterbury, CT based brass manufacturer Benedict & Burnham. The Waterbury Clock Company was legally incorporated in 1857 as an independent business. It is one of the world’s top watch companies and has 5,000 employees worldwide. And there watches are sold in more than 100 countries.

It is a global company and has teams in Hong Kong, USA and other countries worldwide. The executive leadership board is headed by Gary Cohen as the President and CEO, Robert Butler which is the (Senior Vice President and Global CIO), Giorgio Galli as the (Design Director) of Timex Group, Cindy Livingston the (President and CEO of Sequel AG), Paolo Marai (President and CEO of Vertime B.V.), Greg Miller (Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain of Timex Group), Gary Piscatelli the (Senior Vice President and CFO of Timex Group) and Frank Sherer as the (Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Timex Group).

I am a big fan of watches and I love wearing watch not just for fashion purposes but also in managing my time wisely. Being cautious about time and learning to handle hectic problems is a tough job for an employee and also for student like us; so having a nice wrist watch which is comfortable to wear that will blend to our personality is really awesome to wear.

Listening and knowing what are the stories behind this innovation watches made me feel happy and enlightened, in a way that I know their stories how these watches are created and designed to be one of Timex Hero Watch Collections. They are made through inspiration and that inspiration had put this innovation into a worldwide breakthrough in terms of creativity in watches.

Timex® Adventure Series™ Linear Indicator Chronograph with Intelligent Quartz™ Technology
Timex® Adventure Series™ Linear Indicator Chronograph with Intelligent Quartz™ Technology | Source

So what Timex hero watch suit my personality?

I can proudly say that the Timex watch that suits my personality is the Timex® Adventure Series™ Linear Indicator Chronograph with Intelligent Quartz™ Technology. It is because I am an adventurer who always seeks for new challenges and exploration. With its intricate designs and sophisticated innovation I could compare it to my self-defining adventure. Like just tapping every potential within me; in order for me to develop and gain superb achievements in life I need to push the limits and go out from my comfort zones.

My personality is as strong as Timex® Adventure Series™ Linear Indicator Chronograph with Intelligent Quartz™ Technology and we can compare it also to Melancholic Personality which is one of the four temperaments in Psychology. With this watch I am very sure it will fit to my own personality especially wearing it!


Fact reference: Timex Group

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      Kenneth C Agudo 2 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

      You have points too tara, but frugal way it would be very appropriate :)

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      Taranwanderer 2 years ago

      Great hub - but I disagree with not paying $15 or more for a watch. Watches are signals of status and taste; a gentleman shouldn't have a watch that costs less than $100 on his wrist. But to each his or her own.

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      Kenneth C Agudo 3 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

      @sheilamyers Thank you for the read nice friend. I love watches and this one was my dream watch :)

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      sheilamyers 3 years ago

      That's a nice looking watch. For me though, all I need is one that will show me the time. I never pay more than $10-15 for a watch. It seems if I pay more I end up losing or breaking it. What I miss are the wind up watches. Those things lasted forever as long as you didn't over-wind them. Now everything has batteries and, since I buy cheap watches, it's more cost effective to buy a new watch when the battery dies instead of replacing the battery.