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watch ok but pod does not work
By falcon from raleigh, n.c. on 10/22/2014
The watch functions although my counts and its tend to differ but that may be my lack of concentration. The pod to link to my computer arrived nonfunctions; they have shipped a replacement but it has not arrived.
I would like the product better if it had a mode to allow it to be more easily used with an endless pool rather than relying on a lap turn.
A wonderful watch!
By A Joyous Lady from New York City on 10/21/2014
The watch is easy to read in cloudy or dark conditions. If worn on the right wrist the watch acts as a "energy device". I learned that if a quality watch is worn on the right wrist, it "charges" the body. Conversely if the same watch is worn on the left wrist it will "drain" the person wearing that watch.
The only thing that needs improving is the watch face/glass. It scratches very easily. Otherwise it''s a great waterproof watch that performs more than just telling time. It makes your time more refreshing. I love my new good looking watch. It''s right up there with my smartphone!
Shows total time, not that helpful
By OldSyle from Portland,OR on 10/21/2014
The neat thing about this watch is you can click a lap with your thumb and index finger on the same hand (though you can't be sure you pressed it hard enough).
This is great if you aren't stopping between laps, or if you are holding onto the wall at the deep end. And being a bit faster than bringing one hand to your wrist watch on the other it is probably more accurate.
It shows the total time, until you click the lap counter, then in about a second it shows the lap number (for 3 secs), and then the lap time (for 7 secs) then it reverts to total time. If you want to save your lap times for later, the total time soon becomes meaningless, as your workout changes.
So after you do your turn if you look quickly enough you can see your lap number, but not your lap time or total time. You can see your total time some time later, but this would not be at a lap interval. (I am probably going to swimming during the 7 seconds it shows the lap time)
If you stop between laps you can see the lap number and even the lap time. The problem with this is I don't want to spend my whole rest time looking at the watch.
Once it resumes showing total time after 10 seconds, you have to count off the seconds or do some quick math to get your send off time. (For 15 seconds of rest you would have to count off (15-10) 5 seconds when it reverts to total time etc.)
It might compliment my watch I could click laps off on the watch, and then look at this to see when my 5 seconds rest is up. Or if I don't stop between laps I could click them off on this, but look at my total time on my watch to see how my pace is doing.
I love this for swimming
By Gayle from Oklahoma on 10/19/2014
I mainly bought this to keep track of my swimming. In warmer weather I open water swim and this is a great way to measure (though I have no idea on its accuracy since I don''t really have another way to measure. Also when looking at the map of where I swam it tended to jump all over the place even though I went from buoy to buoy.. It is great for lap swimming which I always loose count when I swim for distance. Down side is when I look at the watch to see how long I''ve been swimming it does loose some distance, I guess because I stop moving my arm. I did finally figure out I can set an vibrating alarm/alert to go off every 15 minutes so I don''t need to look. You can set the alarm/alert for distance or time to your liking when swimming. I have also used this for walking, biking and kayaking.