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The SportCount Stopwatch is especially useful to athletes who time their own sprint workouts. The Stop Watch is great for spectator timing sports (e.g. car races, swim meets) and many other non-athletic timing uses.
Not a lap counter
Ordered this because I was looking for a lap counter, this is only a stop watch. You have to get a different one to count laps even though the packaging indicates it will count laps. SO frustrated!!
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works as advertised - but not what I need
I am an Endless Pool owner and got this stopwatch because I have drills that call for swimming so many laps -- but I only know how fast I'm going; I need to calculate how long it takes to swim a lap at a given speed, and then be able to keep track of my time WHILE SWIMMING. This stopwatch doesn't really help because the LED screen is dark - I have to stop and take my hand out of the water in order to read it. It does function very nicely and if I could read it underwater it would be great. As is it, it doesn't help me much. A backlight option would be great.
A must have!
The lap counter is great. The button you push is easy to use, which is much better than one I got a long time ago. Notice how the picture shows it on the person's hand. I wear it like that BUT I turn it upside down, so that the button is naturally closest to the thumb. It makes reading it a bit tricky, but much easier to use. For me, I know roughly how many laps I've done, so I only have to read it while swimming once or twice. I've gotten use to reading it upside down.Having it keep track of laps, time and avg time is great. It took a little while getting used to pushing the button at every wall, but it soon becomes a natural habit.
Sugar Land, TX
I originally bought the red model that calculates everything in one device. But when you are swimming you need SIMPLE, not complicated. So I purchased both the lap counter and the timer separately. I put them on both of my index fingers and they work great! It is so much easier than trying to watch a swim clock and is easy to see in the water. You use your thumb to push button so there is no interruption while you are swimming. Highly recommended!!!!!
Does the job!
Great little piece of equipment, great idea to put in on a finger
this thing is Great! We swim against a tether, therefore not counting numbers of laps, just swimming in place. the little stop watch on the finger just makes it easy to swim against time. No fuss no muss.
San Antonio, TX
would be a 5-star if I could see it
I have an Endless Pool, and I do drills that are measured in distance - therefore, I have to know how long to swim at a certain speed to cover, say, 25 or 50 yards. This stopwatch would be great for that, except I have to stop and stand up to read the grey and black LED screen. It would be great if this was backlit so you could see it while swimming, It's better than nothing, and works very well except for not being able to see it!
Port Deposit, MD
Easy to use
Very easy to use..not intrusive to swim stroke...could easily be used for running as well.
I swim 9-10 miles per week and used this every day. I like the split times and it fits well. After 2 months, I started getting strange letters on the display. I changed the batter, but it's the same. Guess water leaked into it.
This little counter works very well.
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Founded in 1989, SportCount has been providing athletes with simple, comfortable and affordable athletic equipment for over 20 years.
Producing some of the best and most popular world class timers and lap counters, SportCount offers a wide range of products that are all designed to make exercise more enjoyable. Their products are ideal for any runner, cyclist, swimmer and all athletes in between.
SportCount products have received national praise from professional athletes and their products have been featured on the Today Show, in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Swim Magazine, Runner's World, Health Magazine, and Popular Science.