Sport watches differ from standard watches in that they are more durable and built for sports.
Sport watches are lightweight, comfortable and are built to last. They include features like water resistance, split and lap times, countdown timer and lap counters. They are great for people who play sports, exercise enthusiasts and track and field.
Here's the best sport watches for under $50 dollars.
Timex T53151 Ironman Traditional
Credit: www.amazon.comThe Ironman from Timex is a great multi-function watch for the price. It has a comfortable rubber strap and resin case with a digital face. This timex excellent product is water resistant up to 100 feet and the digital display has indiglo lighting.
The sport timing features include 100 hour chronograph with lap options, lap counter, countdown timer and split times. Along with all the time features the watch also has daily alarms, two time zones and built in setting reminders.
Credit: www.amazon.comThis sleek design from Casio is one of the most stylish product I've seen. It starts with a stainless steel band and case with a fold over clasp lock. The gorgeous LCD display offers both analog and a digital display with auto electro-luminescent light with afterglow.
This fully loaded design offers world time in 28 cities, a full calendar, countdown timer, stop watch and an hourly time signal. Along with water resistance, this unbelievable device also boasts 12/24 hour formats, four individual alarms and quartz movement.
Timex Ironman 100 Lap Flix Digital Sport Watch
Credit: www.amazon.comTimex designed the product for the running and exercise enthusiasts in mind. It starts with the flexible and comfortable rubber band and resin case. The watch itself is resistant from water up to 330 feet, while the buttons are simple and clear. The number has large font which makes it easy to read, even in the daylight.
Along with the chronograph controls, the product has nine separate interval timers. The unique training log stores all your past workouts so you can easily track progress and goals.