Timex Men’s TW4B18900 Expedition Acadia Solar 40mm Blue Fabric Strap Watch

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $45.50

Adjustable blue 20mm fabric strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference
Charged by any light with a four-month power reserve
Blue dial with partial Arabic numerals; date window at 3 o’clock; 24-hour military time
Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling
Durable blue 40mm resin case with acrylic crystal. The tachymeter feature can be used to measure speed in miles per hour (MPH), nautical miles per hour (knots) or kilometers per hour (KPH) using the sweep second hand and the scale on the wall above the watch face You need to know the actual distance you are covering in miles or km

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Brand Timex



Timex Expedition Solar Collection

Timex Expedition Scout Solar Timex Expedition Acadia Solar Expedition Ranger Solar Expedition Gallatin Solar
Scout Acadia Ranger Gallatin
Battery 4-month battery reserve 4-month battery reserve 4-month battery reserve 4-month battery reserve
Water Resistance 50m 50m 50m 50m
Case Size 40mm 40mm 43mm 45mm
Strap Material Fabric or Leather Fabric Leather Fabric or Leather
Case Material Brass Resin Brass Resin

Additional information


Blue, Green, Orange/Black



10 reviews for Timex Men’s TW4B18900 Expedition Acadia Solar 40mm Blue Fabric Strap Watch

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    Robert W. Greenboam Sr.

    What can you say? It’s a Timex.

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    So far I really like this watch. I only gave it four stars for accuracy and durability because I’ve only been wearing it a week it’s easy to read I can’t not comment on the incandescent hands whether you can see them in the dark or not, My experience so far is that it’s hard to read in the dark but that’s not a real problem for me the only problem I have is once you buckle it the two little loops to slide the rest of the band through the first one is sewn in the second one moves you can adjust it but the one that’s so an end next to the buckle Is so hard to get the rest of the band through there, I think in time it’ll break in and get easier. I read a lot of reviews about the lens getting scratched easily so I plan to get an O-ring to put across the face to prevent damage. Just a few very minor issues overall I really like the watching.

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    Great value for a low cost field watch.I was looking for a field style watch that wouldn’t break the bank, and this watch fit the bill. In my opinion it holds its own looks wise against any field watch in the sub $100 price range. It’s not a Bertucci or a Seiko but at this price range it’s a great value.It wears quite nicely, although the strap is a bit stiff out of the box as is common with many heavy duty strap style bands. I will say though, I don’t find it uncomfortable to wear at all. I suspect that it will loosen up in time as it gets broken in and may well outlast the watch itself.The construction appears good and uses the same case back style as my 2010 905 (diver styled) Expedition which has never leaked and still runs great with a new battery. It is made of resin, and the crystal is acrylic so will be prone to scuffs and scratches, but with a bit of care it should be a great and (hopefully) long lasting addition to my collection.The addition of solar hopefully will stretch out the battery life to 10 years+ if my Eco-Drive Citizen’s battery life is any indication.It is very legible, and the lume on the hands (hr min & sec) is passable. Sadly they did not choose to lume any of the face markings.This is an oversight that is unfortunate since it lacks Indiglo or other light source.Overall I am very happy with my purchase.

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    J. Weber

    keeps on tickin’! Couldn’t resist, which goes to show how good that marketing program was! Perfect watch for boating in that it’s solar powered with 4 month battery reserve so you know your watch won’t die at the worst time. Very easy to read – aren’t always able to use cell phone when driving boat but this is very clear and easy to read. Bonus is being water proof to 50 meters I think it said, which is good in case you have to take a quick dip or just get water on the watch. My experience with Timex is that they really do ‘ take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’ so I’m confident I will get many years of use out of this watch. Would be a great watch for any out door activity, I like the woven strap.

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    Brett T

    This watch surprised me for a few reasons. Whether or not they’re positive or negative things I’ll leave up to you… First, it’s very light because it’s almost entirely plastic. There are some metal parts but not much. The watch strap is fabric, very light weight, and has an interesting “patch” sewn onto it that I wasn’t expecting. It’s functional thankfully meaning it keeps time. There’s a date/calendar function on it as well which seems to be accurate too although with the world the way it is it’s easy to forget the date. Overall, I’d recommend this watch because it’s solar powered yet light weight and the color is really nice. 🙂

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    Thomas Evans

    Really, really impressive… light and everything that you could ask for in a watch at this price.

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    Rodney Mathews

    So far so good! Had it about a month now. I use it doing yard work such as mowing and gardening. Very lightweight as the case is plastic except for a steel caseback. Since it is plastic I have not had it on when doing something that could scratch/smash it such as stacking wood, shoveling gravel, or any other various brutish and manly tasks such as dismantling an old pole barn with a sledge hammer. I replaced the cloth strap with a Barton silicone strap which is must nicer to wear on a hot day or getting a little wet. I will update later after I have had the watch for longer.

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    Edward J. Buttler

    My first watch many ago was a Timex watch. This version is very lightweight, easy to read and has a nicelook to it. The band is similar to the type used on military watches. Solar power helps keep it in tunewith other watches I have seen. Nice.

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    Michael Antonovich

    Just got it, but so far, so good. I am trying the solar watch because I have some kind of paranormal entity that has possessed me who hates watches. I have expensive watches that do not have batteries that stop working when I put them on. I decided to try some less expensive watches from various manufacturers and the five-year batteries never last more than six months. I had a Fossil watch that lasted two weeks. I put a new battery in it and it lasted ten days. Of the cheaper watches I have purchased, the Timex ones last the longest so I am trying this one. I have had it over a week and not only has it kept time, but the date is accurate as well. That is something that has never happened. Time will tell, but I really like this watch and it is very comfortable to wear. Even if it only lasts six months, I will buy this model again.

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    James C. O’Haver

    I have a lot of dress watches but no casual watches. This watch is light weight rugged and looks good with jeans. It’s exactly what I wanted.

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