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Timberland Ht2 Watch: Everything but the Kitchen Sink

by Paul Strauss
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Timberland’s latest men’s sports watch packs in a plethora of handy features for outdoorsy types. The HT2 outdoor performance watch offers both analog and digital clock displays, capable of tracking time simultaneously in four different time zones.

Timberland HT2 Digital Sports Watch

Also along for the ride are an altimeter, thermometer and barometer for tracking weather conditions. There’s even analog and digital magnetic compass displays so you can get your bearings when you’re lost in the woods. A chronometer lets you track time in 1/100th of a second intervals, while a tachymeter lets you calculate the rate of speed traveled over a specific distance in a particular amount of time.

All of the models are water resistant to 100 feet, and feature durable mineral glass crystals. Glow-in-the-dark hands let make it easy to read in dark conditions. The HT2 comes in three variants, ranging in price from $295 to $345 USD and can be found on the Timberland online store.

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