SportCount LapCounter

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$29.95
SKU: 90040
Product Code: 4028
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  • The Sport Count Lap Counter counts laps in a pool or on a track, or anywhere else where you want to count something: attendance, inventory, wildlife, etc. The Lap Counter fits right on your index finger and counts laps with an easy push of  your thumb. It takes only one hand to operate and leaves your hands free to do other things and your mind free to think about something other than what lap your are on.

     

    How It Works

    • A simple push with the thumb advances the digital count.
    • Easy to reset, just hold the button down for 3 seconds.

    Technologies

    • Waterproof up to 50 meters.
    • Counts up to 9,999.

     

    Design Details

    • Adjustable band fits any index finger securely and comfortably.
    • Single button is easy to push with your thumb.

    What’s Included

    • One year warranty.
    • Long life lithium battery.

     

    Country of Origin

    • Made in China.

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  • 4.5 Review Stars (231 Reviews)

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  • 1/29/2018 Works as advertised

    5 Review Stars By Eric

    No issues and it does what I need. Easy to use. The strap is kind of annoying to do each time, so I just keep it attached and slide the counter on/off my finger.

    Eric
    Atlanta

    Fit: Feels true to size

  • 6/18/2014 It's Easy To Use and IT WORKS

    4 Review Stars By MrPhat40

    Just received the SportCount Lap counter. It is very easy to use, fits well and works. I wear the device on the middle finger of my left hand, upside down. I find the button easier to get to with my thumb when worn in this fashion When worn in this manner I do not notice the unit.
    I can now swim my laps and allow my mind to wander free of having to keep track of those laps. As a result I find myself doing more laps, seemingly at  a faster clip.
    The back of the unit reveals screws which may allow access to the battery. Not sure if the battery replacement is end-user serviceable  or not but will find out when that time comes.
    Good Luck and Keep on Swimming

    MrPhat40
    Indianapolis

  • 11/29/2017 Does the Trick

    4 Review Stars By dave

    Simple, easy to use

    dave
    San Diego

  • 8/25/2015 Handy little gadget

    4 Review Stars By Sara

    I've used this a few times so far and am very pleased.  So far, it stays on my finger just fine & I haven't had any issues pressing the button to get laps to register.  For the price, this lap counter is a great value.

    Sara
    Iowa

  • 9/6/2017 terrific little gadget; very long-lasting

    5 Review Stars By Darlene V.

    I've had my lap counter for about 8 years.  The battery finally gave out last week.  I spent about $7 for a new battery.  It was not a big deal to replace.  There is no need to disturb the gasket if you're careful taking the back off.  The screws holding on the back are tiny, and the ones clamping in the battery are even smaller, however.  You need a very small screwdriver, a pair of tweezers and a little patience.  Lap counter going strong again.  I'd hate trying to keep track of my mile without this little guy.

    Darlene V.
    NY

  • 10/29/2013 Awesome for lap counting

    5 Review Stars By stargirl65

    I use this for laps.  I used to always lose count when swimming.  Now my mind can wander and I only have to remember to hit the button on the turn.  It is adjustable and fits my small finger well , but can open up for a larger finger.  It only requires one hand to use which is great.

    stargirl65
    Easton, MD

  • 8/18/2017 Works Well

    4 Review Stars By DanL

    It works well and is unobtrusive as long as you get it tight enough around your finger. I would like it to have a more pronounced "click" on the lap counter button, so I am sure it has really registered on the counter. I may learn to trust it with use. Of course, it won't kill me to swim an extra lap now and then.

    DanL
    Evergreen, co

  • 11/23/2013 Functional, have design suggestion.

    4 Review Stars By CA

    Dependable and easy to operate. Stays firmly on finger. I would prefer if the button didn't require as much pressure as it does to depress for counting the laps. Because of the firmness with which one must press, it takes focus off the swimming momentarily and some laps are not counted as the button is depressed sufficiently..

    CA
    LOMBARD, IL

  • 7/16/2017 Lap Counter

    4 Review Stars By Meg

    Battery on the first one I bought only lasted a few months.

    Meg
    Monterey

  • 7/31/2013 Does the job

    5 Review Stars By Sue S

    Great basic lap counter.   My mind wanders when I'm swimming, so I needed something to help keep me honest and make sure I completed my workout.   Operation is simple...I wear the counter on my index finger, facing my palm.   Button is easy to press with my thumb when I reach the end of a lap.

    Sue S
    Santa Clara

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ABOUT THIS BRAND

SportCount

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.