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Sportline Walking Advantage 385 Tally Counter
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- Lightweight tally counter ideal for attendance, lap, golf or other counting
- Easy to read number display counts up to 9999
- Quick reset button
- Tough metal construction
- Fits in your hand
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The Sportline counter fixes what my math teacher could not, allowing me to turn my mental energies toward my workout, or toward a conversation with my running partner.
---Necessary on a Practical Level---
I tried a system of using my fingers on my right hand to measure laps 1-5, then using my left hand to measure how many laps in groups of five. That is, two fingers on my left and three fingers on my right would equal 13 laps. It sounds easier to employ than it actually is.
The Sportline counter has five worthwhile features:
* It counts one per click, up to 9,999. I won't run more than that, so, for me, it is plenty.
* The display is legible while running. The white digits are large, on a black background.
* The size of the device is small enough to carry.
* The finger loop fits nicely in my middle finger.
* The reset dial quickly zeroes out the counter.
The only two drawbacks are
* The reset dial would be more comfortably located on the left, not the right side of the counter, or otherwise better engineered for right-handed users.
* The weight is heavy. It is small, but can feel like baggage during a longer workout.
The Sportline counter is sturdy, does as advertised, and serves well as a tool for anyone walking or running a lot of laps.
* Sometimes the left-hand neighbor will increment as well as the right hand. It's as if the cogs are rubbing against each other.
* Sometimes the incrementing digit fails to roll.
I hope someone makes a better counter. I'd be willing to pay $10-$20 for one that will last a few years or until somebody steals it. I had a feeling this would happen at this price. Still, it's disappointing that the counter contains four digits and it fails before the user clicks enough to achieve the first rollover.
I have to say I do love how perfectly it fits in my hand though.
I used every method....like putting a bunch of pebbles in my pocket and moving them to other pocket.
I would get to talking and forget to move a pebble
But with this, whoever I walked with would remind me, did you click it?Having it in your hand reminds you to
click it. It is great and still works after all of these years,.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this to walk the track at the local school. Better than trying to remember how many laps I have gone. Would recommend.Published 7 days ago by Karen S. Collins
Only have used 3times but work as expected. Will review after 3 monthsPublished 11 months ago by Kindle Customer
I use these to count behaviors during observations as a school psychologist. Works great.Published 14 months ago by Rita Zimmerman