Introducing our selection of fitness stopwatches, suitable for a variety of fitness activities including running, training and working out.
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This is our range of stopwatches and watches for watersport. They are all waterresistant or waterproof to various depths. For sailing our FASTIME RW3 Sailing watch is ideal. It has a large display, ...
For serious scientific timing we recommend the Fastime 14 Scientific stopwatch if you want to store a series of split and cumulative times in memory as segments. This means you do not have to recall ...
PLEASE NOTE:Any function requiring a sound, will be silent on this watch as the beep is not working.
100 lap memory stopwatch, repeating countdown/up timer, pacer, alarm and time, day date display.
It has a rugged water resistant and shock resistant case with a 1 year warranty.
Stopwatch: Measures up to 9hrs 59mins 59 secs 99/100ths sec. Triple display shows:
Cumulative and lap split time to the last split and cumulative running time.
100 cumulative and split times can be stored in memory with fastest, slowest and times identified. Time out (start, stop, resume) function is also included.
Repeating Countdown/up Timer: Maximum setting 9hr 59min 59sec Display shows TARGET TIME, and COUNTING DOWN TIME. Alarm sounds at the end of each countdown sequence.
When set to countdown/up option, the timer counts down from the preset target time to zero, then counts up in 1/100th second until stopped. Option to START, STOP and RESTART the countdown/up are available.
Stroke rate: measure three events to return the rate per minute.
Pacer Function: The pacer value can be adjusted from 05 to 240 PACES per minute. The display shows the TARGET COUNT PER MINUTE. Use this function to set and measure a required number of actions per minute. Pressing the split button increases the target count per minute.
N.B.: How to reset the stopwatch after a battery change:
> 1/Leave the battery in place. To the left of the battery bar there is a hole through which you can see the circuit board (it says 'reset' underneath it). > 2/Create a metal U ( if you have flexible metal tweezers you can use those instead, otherwise just unbend a standard paperclip) and touch one end of the U to the contact point visible through the hole and the other end to the back of the battery and hold for a few seconds, then remove the U.