The Iron Man of sports watches

It has every kind of meter that we'd never use.


As much as those indecipherable LED watches make us want to poke out our eyes, we're not sure this one is much better.

Timberland's HT2 looks like a watch that Picasso might have painted after an evening of debauchery, minus a misplaced eyeball or two. Then again, we're not exactly what you'd call outdoors enthusiasts, so our appreciation is somewhat diluted.

This steroidal sports watch has any number of functions that we'd never use, including an altimeter, thermometer, barometer, chronometer, tachymeter, and digital magnetic compasses (analog and digital), according to Technabob. And you can keep track of four time zones simultaneously while diving up to 100 feet under water. Just what everyone needs.

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