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Reviewing The Timex T2N958 Depth Gauge


The Timex T2N958 ‘Intelligent Quartz Adventure Series Depth Gauge’ offers some of the best value and features of any diver in it’s price range. In this review of the Timex T2N958 Depth Gauge I’ll show you exactly why and whether or not it’s for you.Generally available for around $100, the Timex Depth Gauge is an impressive inexpensive watch.

Timex’s Depth Gauge also made it on my list of best divers available for under $100, so be sure to check out that article as well for more inexpensive, quality dive watches.

imex Group USA
Timex is an American company originally founded in 1854 as the Waterbury Clock Company, which is notable for producing one of the first wrist watches for World War I artillery gunners.
They became the Timex Corporation in 1944, and then the Timex Group USA in 2008 after being acquired by a Dutch conglomerate.

These days Timex produces an absolutely huge range of watches, both under the Timex brand and others.

They’re known for being one of the first companies to develop digital watches, specifically the Ironman line.

Timex T2N958 Intelligent Quartz Adventure Series Depth Gauge Specifications


Battery powered quartz movement
200m (660ft) water resistance
Unidirectional bezel
Mineral crystal
46mm case diameter                                     Timex Depth Gauge Review – Dial
19mm height
22mm band width
Date window
Depth gauge measuring to 60 meters
Temperature gauge measuring -5C to 45C
Indiglo backlight
Luminous indices and hands