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Timex Expedition WS4 can't wait to get you outdoors

Darren Murph

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Timex has always had a thing for pumping out wristwatches that cater to argonauts, and it's doing so yet again with the totally bodacious Expedition WS4. Aside from telling time and withstanding minor bumps, bangs and raindrops, the piece also features an altimeter, barometer, thermometer, chronograph, alarm and compass. It'll also resist water intrusion for up to 50 meters, get lit via Indiglo and arrive in a variety of hues to match your favorite day pack. Word on the street has it that the watch will be widely available in May for around two bills, and while it won't play back MP4 files, it can be worn in public without embarrassment.

[Via Boing Boing]

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