A split time is taken during the timing process. The display shows the elapsed time to that point. The stopwatch continues running in the background.
A cumulative split occurs when a split time is taken but the stopwatch continues counting up in the background.
A lap split occurs when a split time is taken but the stopwatch starts timing from zero. This is useful for circuit racing when you want to record each lap of a race.
Some stopwatches display the split times and automatically return to running time after a short delay. Other stopwatches require a button to be pressed to return to running time.
Memory stopwatches store split times in memory for later review.
The Fastime 4 stopwatch enables you to switch between lap splits and cumulative split timing.
Most single display split time stopwatches have the 1-2 fast finish function where you can record the times of the first and second competitor.
The Aim Multichron enables you to take upto 100 cumulative or lap split times for up to 4 competitors.
Click on the "details" button for each stopwatch to see a full specification, download instructions or watch a demo video.
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