Sports watches have a modern and often colorful design that is made for comfort and functionality. There are a variety of new sports watches available in 2012. Since sports watches are often made with more affordable material than traditional watches, they often cost far less. Of course, there are still luxury sports watches available for those who want the ultimate in quality and practicality. Read on for information on some of the best sports watches for 2012.
This unisex sports watch is one of the most popular available in 2012 because of its versatility, sleek design, and practicality. Equipped with a 100-hour chronograph with a lap and split option, the watch is designed for today's athlete. The Timex Ironman 50-Lap Sleek Maroon Sports Watch has INDIGLO nightlight and NIGHT-MODE features, as well as a 50-lap memory recall.
Runners figure to benefit most from the sports watch, as it has two interval timer settings, a total run synchro timer that maintains total overall running time, and a chrono training log. This latter feature is unique in that stores all workouts by date, recording the best lap and average lap times. The watch is really an investment for runners who no longer need to manually record their workouts.
On top of all that, the Timex Ironman 50-Lap Sleek Maroon Sports Watch has customizable alarms, an all-day white reflector display, built-in reminders, a dura-strength resin strap, and buckle closure. Water-resistant up to 100 meters, the high quality sports watch retails for only $70.
For one of the more luxurious sports watches on the market, the Momentum by St. Moritz Alter Ego Sports Watch is a great choice. Available in 16 colors, the unisex sports watch combines practical settings with a sleek design. Actually, many people buy and wear the watch for its look rather than its sports settings. The watch's face is easy to read with clear numbers and luminous dial hands. The bezel of the watch is removable, giving you the ability to quickly change the look of your watch with a Twist n' Click option.
The Momentum by St. Moritz Alter Ego Sports Watch has a durable construction that does not need to be taken off, even while swimming or in the shower. The aluminum case is extremely lightweight, giving you comfort and maneuverability. The case is complemented by a stainless steel back and crown, as well as Japanese quartz movement.
Finally, the heat-tempered crystal and anti-glare mineral crystal combine to create a sports watch whose life is extended far beyond that of comparable styles. Water-resistant up to 100 meters, the 35mm allows those who wear it to look good while being active. The watch's 371 silver oxide cell has a life up to five years.
This extremely unique sports watch from Freestyle has a Digi-Touch design that offers incredible touchscreen technology. The stainless steel watch is one of the most popular in 2012, equipped with a chronograph and 32-city world time function. Perfect for the traveling athlete, The Tangent Sports Watch runs for just $90.