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Keep it in your pocket
By yogagrandma from Rockton IL on 7/16/2014
I have lost or broken several pedometers because of their belt clips not holding tightly. This pedometer fits in your pocket and stays safe all day. Accurate readings after a little bit of time setting up. Nice feature of step setting goal for the day. Does not clear totals at midnight like some other models. Like the lock out feature for accidental bumping of buttons.
Good to quite good
By Aga from Tampa, FL on 7/15/2014
The color seemed to fade within a month''s use, but otherwise a useful tool while training. If you''re going to track your swimming on a competitive level, I would recommend spending the extra $50 for a watch that downloads your stats onto a computer.
By Marcela from Las Vegas, NV on 7/14/2014
All I can say is that this watch is perfect for training. It counts strokes per min, calories, distance, intervals, average strokes per length, etc.
Works fine, stays on goggles strap with a slight adjustment.
By Dean Y from Fremont, CA on 7/14/2014
After having the TTP drop off my goggles strap a couple of times, I fixed the issue using a rubber band:
1. With the TTP in the holder, slide a rubber band under the clip.
2. Slide your goggles strap under the clip next to the rubber band.
3. Double the rubber band and place the new loop under the clip.
The goggles strap will be sandwiched between the rubber band loops and will not move. Problem solved!
I''ve used my TTP for a few weeks with no battery problems so far. While I sometimes use mode 3 for sprint sets, most of the time I use mode 2. I can think of one improvement that could be made for mode 2: It would be great if the TTP had the ability to make two different tones and would emit binary tone sequences to count laps for you rather than just emitting 3 monotone beeps on every lap. Right now, mode 2 is not much better than using the pace clock.