Digital sport timer with audible beep, four 10 cm-large LED digits and practical control by remote control.
Suitable for timing of various training methods like Tabata, cross- and circuit training or martial arts rounds.
Up to 14 presets for programmable timers to adapt to individual training times; suitable for wall mounting.
With the Timeter, Capital Sports provides a practical and visually appealing sports timer that keeps your workout in time: whether you sculpt your body with Tabata, cross-training or circuit training. With the Timeter, you aren’t just supporting your training, you can also clearly see the current time in 12- or 24-hour mode.
For sports timekeeping, the Timeter presents a variety of functions. Pre-programmed features include a Tabata mode in which the sport timer features eight intervals with a 20-second training phase alternating with 10-second breaks in training. Its four 10cm-large illuminated digits show the passage of time, while two beeps mark the start and end of each phase acoustically. Also available is the well-known ‘fight gone bad’ function from Cross-Training. The training clock counts down 17 minutes, alternating between 5-minute workout and 1-minute rest periods. Again, the sports timer indicates and announces the time and phase changes with beeps. Naturally, the Timeter from Capital Sports also features a standard stopwatch function, as is required for various athletic disciplines.
So as not to neglect any individual needs, the sports timer may be freely programmed. The count-up or countdown times are adjustable, in which the Timeter either counts up to the set time or down to zero from a set time. With a simple touch of a button, the times on one of 14 speed-dial keys can be stored so as to be permanently available. In addition, you can program your own training intervals. Here you are given the choice of the number of practice rounds, which always include a training phase (P1) and a resting phase (P2). Both phases may be programmed with desired times and set differently for each round. Just like in the pre-programmed modes, beeps announce the respective changes in training phase. These settings may be stored on a speed dial memory.
All functions of the Capital Sports sport timer are controlled via the supplied remote control, so that the Timeter can be easily started or stopped and switched between programmed moments even in large sports halls and gyms without consuming time. The training timer is cased in a robust metal housing, the front side of which is completely dedicated to the display of the four large digital numbers in red LEDs. The device can be set in place as well as mounted on the wall, so as to be visible to everyone.