Navigate & Explore with Timex’s Expedition North® Tide-Temp-Compass Watch

Eco-friendly, multifunctional, durable, navigational, luminescent

In a world awash with gadgets, finding a timepiece that does more than just tell the time can be a journey. Enter the Expedition North® Tide-Temp-Compass Watch, a piece that's not just about looking the part but playing it too.

Every journey has its elements, and this watch seems to understand that. Whether you're charting the rugged coastlines or exploring the heart of a bustling city, the watch's bidirectional center hand proves itself more than just a pretty face. It reflects local tide conditions, measures both air and water temperature, and even boasts an analog compass. It's like having an experienced guide on your wrist, whispering the secrets of the environment to you.

Let's talk construction. Made from 316L stainless steel, there's a palpable feel of longevity. The tactile experience of its pushers and the curves of its case give a nod to durability, ensuring this is a companion for the long haul. The anti-reflective sapphire crystal is a quiet hero, resisting scratches like it's personal. It's nearly as hard and clear as a gemstone, and there's a sense of assurance knowing there are only a few materials on earth that could even attempt to scratch it.

Of course, functionality is only half the story. The luminescent hands and hour markers glow with a quiet intensity, ensuring that time is always visible, even in low light conditions. And when the darkness takes over? A simple push illuminates the INDIGLO® backlight, a Timex innovation from the early 90s, casting a soft glow across the watch face.

For the eco-conscious traveler, the Expedition North range offers straps that resonate with a sense of responsibility. The fabric strap, made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic, tells a story of redemption for discarded plastic waste. For those leaning towards a touch of luxury without the guilt, the Ecco™ DriTan™ leather strap stands out. Not only is it comfortable, but its waterless tanning technique saves an astonishing 6.6 million gallons of fresh water every year. That's a conversation starter right there.

In a sea of choices, the stainless steel bracelet variant provides that seamless blend between rugged and stylish. Its legendary durability can handle both the urban jungle and the actual jungle.

Regardless of your strap choice, the Expedition North® Tide-Temp-Compass Watch promises a water resistance of up to 100 meters. While it beckons you to take a dive, it also gently reminds you to steer clear of pressing any buttons underwater and to rethink that scuba diving adventure.

If there's one gripe, it's perhaps the challenge of being spoilt for choice. Each variant holds its own allure, promising to be a reliable companion for those who tread the line between adventure and sophistication.

In essence, the Expedition North® Tide-Temp-Compass Watch isn't just a watch. It's a testament to the spirit of adventure, the thirst for exploration, and the undying respect for our planet. So, whether you're navigating the unknown or simply navigating your next meeting, this timepiece ensures you'll always find your way. Safe travels.


  1. Multifunctionality: The watch combines tide tracking, temperature sensing, and an analog compass, ensuring varied utility for outdoor enthusiasts and city dwellers alike.
  2. Durable Construction: Crafted from 316L stainless steel with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, the watch promises resilience against wear and tear.
  3. Eco-Friendly Options: The use of 100% recycled post-consumer plastic for the fabric strap and a waterless tanning technique for the leather strap showcases a commitment to sustainability.
  4. Luminescent Features: With luminescent hands, hour markers, and the INDIGLO® backlight, visibility is ensured even in low light conditions.
  5. Water Resistance: Rated to withstand water up to 100 meters, making it suitable for various water-related activities like swimming and snorkeling.
  6. Scratch Resistance: The sapphire crystal lens, known for its hardness, ensures the watch face remains free from scratches.
  7. Date Feature: Incorporates a date window, offering an added convenience to users.


  1. Not Suitable for Deep Diving: Despite its water resistance, it's not apt for scuba diving activities.
  2. Potential Overwhelm: With a multitude of features and functionalities, it might be overwhelming for users seeking simplicity.
  3. Button Restrictions: Users need to be cautious not to press any buttons while underwater, which can be easily forgotten in the moment.
  4. Choices Galore: With several variants available, making a choice can be daunting for indecisive buyers.

From $199

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