FINIS Tempo Trainer Pro
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- Personal pace coach with 3 different modes.
- Waterproof device transmits an audible tempo beep to eliminate lulls in workouts and races.
- Tempo is adjustable by 1/100th of a second, giving you the ability to identify and maintain your ideal pace.
- The dryland clip allows it to be used for multiple sports, in and out of the water (swim, bike, golf, run & more).
- Replaceable battery extends the life.
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Improving technique is the secret to a better swim.
Tempo Trainer Pro
Waterproof Multi-Sport Metronome
The small, waterproof device easily secures beneath a swim cap and transmits an audible tempo beep. Three different modes allow for customizable pace training, adjustable by 1/100th of a second. Includes a clip for dryland exercise.
- The FINIS Tempo Trainer was the first underwater metronome designed to regulate and improve swimmers’ tempo and distance-per-stroke.
- Replaceable battery extends the device's lifespan
- Provides an audible beep loud enough to hear in and out of the water
- Great to use for pacing – Consistent stroke tempo eliminates lulls in races and workouts
- Use for multiple sports – Swimming, biking, running and more
Tempo adjustable by 1/100th of a second
Provides clear visibility in outdoor and indoor environments
Small convenient size
Easily secures to goggle straps or beneath a swim cap
Develop consistency and avoid lulls with a personal pace coach, the Tempo Trainer Pro. The small, waterproof device easily secures under a swimmer’s cap and transmits an audible tempo beep. Athletes use the beep to train smarter and discover their perfect pace. Now with the option to replace the battery, the Tempo Trainer Pro will last multiple lifetimes. The advanced unit also has a new Sync button and a new mode in strokes/strides per minute for increased functionality. The Tempo Trainer Pro includes a clip for dry land exercise.
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Unfortunately, the device breaks a variety of ways. I have bought 33 for my swim team. One leaked, two stopped sounding. Finis does accept returns, but this is a chronic and irritating problem.
First the pros: It is easy to set and the concept is great- it fits neatly under a swim cap and mode 3 worked like a charm beeping at 70 beeps/min. I was very pleased.
...However, the next day I tried to turn it on again and it refused to turn on- after a couple of tries, it did switch on, but then gave a continuous beep tone in Mode 3- would not even switch to any other mode. All buttons seemed to freeze- the only option was to switch it off to turn off the irritating drone. I tried this multiple times- same result.
Sending this one back for a replacement. Very disappointed and a little wary whether the unit I get next as a replacement will actually be good.
i end up not using any other mode than 3
i dont wear a cap, bald head, and they stay on through turns
and i guess they are loud alright
teammates in the next lane can hear it
the cool thing i noticed with it almost the first time out was going easy 100s not hard maybe 1000 pace on an interval that gave me about 10-15 sec rest and toward the end of each 100 i wont say it got harder to keep the stroke pace but mentally it would be a challenge to focus that many strokes/beeps
what it was telling me was even though i was doing 100s i could do all day i can still improve on focusing and muscle memory
just that right there, worth every penny
Buttons are a bit finicky, and turning it off with soft fingernails and cold fingers is challenging (push both bottom buttons together - usually results in changing the timing by a few counts because only one button is down for a second or two), but overall it's not hard to remember or figure out on the fly -- it's a beeper with two control buttons, and a third (top) button only used to sync to an external clock source. Why could they not have used the top button held for 1 full sec for on/off?
At four months of 3 hrs/week it appears to have died with visible internal condensation; got erratic one session, did not start at all two days later. Switched batteries, etc. I'm drying it out now, but clearly a poorly sealed unit that seems unsatisfactory for it's purpose.