The term Timex can refer to:

* Timex Corporation, a large manufacturer of watches
* Timex (Unix utility), a Unix utility tool used to measure the duration of shell processes
* Timex Sinclair, a series of microcomputers
* Timex Social Club, a band from the 1980s with one major hit, "Rumors".

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