17 Sep 2020

Play the PAC-MAN™ Arcade Game And Win With Timex at Hour Choice, BurJuman Centre


Visit BurJuman Centre to play the iconic PAC-MAN™ arcade game and explore the retro aesthetic of our T80 watch’s digital design. Weekly highest scorer wins the Timex Pac-Man watch and every player receives a discount code redeemable on Timex watches.

Timex® is celebrating the 40th anniversary of PAC-MAN™, one of the

world’s most well-known arcade games, with an expanded release of the Timex T80 x PAC-MAN™

watch. Just as PAC-MAN™ revolutionized the gaming world in the 1980s, Timex shook up digital

watchmaking around the same time when it introduced some of the first digital watches for mass

production. Following the sold-out release of the T80 PAC-MAN™ watch at ComplexCon and timex.com

in November 2019, Timex is now making the watch available globally to meet international demand and

build upon the watch’s first-outing success.


“This crossover aligns the popularity of the iconic PAC-MAN™ arcade game with the retro aesthetic of

our T80 watch’s digital design, in turn creating a timepiece that hits all the right notes of nostalgia,” said

Silvio Leonardi, Senior Vice President of Timex. “Now, following the watch’s initial success and in

support of its 40th anniversary, we are excited to offer the T80 PAC-MAN™ globally. Customers and fans

should anticipate even more to come as we celebrate this milestone anniversary.”

This T80 watch features PAC-MAN™ right on the dial, along with other special touches on the case back

and bracelet clasp. The watch also packs all the capabilities one would normally expect from a Timex

T80, such as an alarm, stopwatch, date display and INDIGLO® backlight; it even plays plays the iconic

PAC-MAN™ melody with retro flair to spare, making for a well-rounded timepiece that wears just as well

in 2020 as it has since the heyday of arcade gaming.


The Timex T80 x PAC-MAN™ is available today in silver-tone, gold-tone and black for $79 at Timex.com

and from select retailers around the globe.


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