Are you in the market for a new Timex tide watch? Well, we no longer sell Timex watches, but could suggest several others that are better looking, more durable and much more reliable in the real-world.

To be honest, we discontinued selling Timex Expedition eTide watches because their craftsmanship and reliability was questionable. They are huge watches and we had way too many problems with them. So, may I suggest the following tide watches from Nixon or Freestyle as alternatives?

Nixon Tide Rover Ti WatchNixon Tide Rover Ti Watch

Stylish, functional and easy-to-use, the Nixon Tide Rover Ti watch is tops on the list for accurate tide function and stylish good looks for everyday use. Plus, it’s Titanium, so it’s lightweight and durable!

BUY NOW: Nixon Tide Rover Ti Watch

Nixon All Black Channel T Tide WatchNixon All Black The Channel T Tide Watch

Nixon is where it’s at when it comes to tide and surf watches. The All Black is one of the most stylish and functional tide watches on the market. Nixon makes some of the best watches on the market and this one nails it.

BUY NOW: Nixon All Black The Channel T Tide Watch

Freestyle Mega TideFreestyle Mega Tide Watch

This is a stylish and functional tide watch at a reasonable $199 price. With 145 pre-programmed beaches worldwide and the ability to create your own custom location, you can be sure that the 10-year tide bank will have you dialed.

BUY NOW: Freestyle Mega Tide Watch

Freestyle Mega Tide WatchFreestyle Tide 2.0 Watch

Freestyle comes in with a nice-looking digital tide watch that is small and easy to wear. This watch looks great and is backed by Freestyle’s strong warranty. At $84.95, this watch is a great deal!

BUY NOW: Freestyle Tide 2.0 Watch

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A native of the Pacific Northwest, Jason quickly developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 -- sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.

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