Colorado Time Systems Pace Clock Pro Wireless

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  • The Colorado Time Systems Pace Clock Pro Wireless offers 15 training modes to fine-tune skills and create customized workouts, and is great for coaches, trainers and swimmers who want to accurately synchronize and program swimming sessions. Use it as a standalone unit or synch it with multiple Colorado Time Systems pace clocks. Features super bright 10-inch LED digits, an internal horn and battery, and convenient handle and legs.

    How It Works

    • Water Polo Shot Clock functionality.
    • Shot clocks must be connected to the timer.
    • Cumulative split display.
    • Lap split display.
    • Lap counter.
    • Lap split display with turn speed.
    • Relay exchanges display.
    • Start reaction display.
    • Hand turn speed.
    • Break out speed display with start reaction.
    • Time display for repetitive sets.
    • Features 15 training modes for skill training.
    • Training modes (most require Colorado Ultimate Pace Clock Controller to function).


    • Protective splash-proof lens.
    • Additional clocks can be added to display game time, time out time, and team scores.

    Design Details

    • T-30 time display.
    • Battery runs up to 6 hours.
    • Charge battery overnight.
    • Four 10" LED digits running time in minutes and seconds.
    • High intensity LED display for indoor/outdoor use.
    • Counts up to 59:59 and rolls over to 00:00.
    • Dimensions: 13.5" x 36.25" x 4.75".
    • Gray powder finish.

    What’s Included

    • Colorado Time Systems Pace Clock Pro Wireless.
    • Internal rechargeable battery for added convenience and portability.
    • Horn that can be programmed to sound during workouts.
    • Please note: You must purchase Colorado Ultimate Pace Clock Controller to use this mode.

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Colorado Time Systems

The concept for Colorado Time Systems came to fruition in 1972 when Hewlett-Packard engineers started the Test and Measurement division. This division focused on aquatics because of the need for precise measurements and from there CTS was born. CTS is committed to providing an extensive collection of high quality timing devices for athletes, teams, coaches, and fans.