The Ironman One GPS+ is water-resistant, stores music, can send alert messages, has its own cellular data via AT&T, and is coming this fall.
The Timex Ironman One GPS+ is a smartwatch that'll let you leave your phone at home. Let's take a closer look.
With built in GPS and 3G connectivity, you can send messages and track your location without toting your smartphone.
The Timex TM80B is a decent little clock radio that sounds fine and offers the added flexibility of playing back MP3 files stored on a flash drive or SD memory card.
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