Gymboss miniMAX Interval Timer and Stopwatch - CAMOUFLAGE / TAN SOFTCOAT
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- Compact, advanced interval timer tracks up to 25 different intervals between two seconds and 99 minutes.
- Save up to 20 programs.
- Built-in Stopwatch and Clock features. Secure and Removable Belt-clip included.
- Chime and vibration interval notification; alarm duration can be set for one, two, five, or nine seconds.
- Compact size powered by one AAA battery (not included); measures 2.25 by 1.75 by 0.5 inches (55mm X 44mm X 14mm). Sweat and impact resistant. For use with: HIIT, Cross Fit, Cardio, Weightlifting, Strength Training, Kettlebells, Body for Life, Running, Learn-to-Run, MMA, Boxing, Martial Arts and more.
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The Gymboss miniMAX Interval Timer and Stopwatch is a small, advanced interval timer with an easy to use scrolling menu. With this innovative timer you can time up to 25 different and complex intervals of your choice. You also can save up to 20 programs for future use. In addition, there is a stopwatch and clock feature built in. Features on this new miniMAX model include a removable belt-clip, slimmer design than the original MAX, and an enhanced setup procedure for easier operation. Maximize your training to increase: Anaerobic endurance, Muscle strength/size, Cardio endurance, Increased VO2max, and Fat loss. Gymboss - Train Hard, Train Smart.
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The first Gymboss served me well for slightly over 3 years before the middle (SET) button stopped functioning. I only used this Gymboss for timing myself on an elliptical trainer. Because of where I positioned the Gymboss on the trainer, it was never subject to sweat or other things that might assail its durability. I can't speak to the unit's hardiness under more adverse conditions.
I guesstimate I used this first Gymboss at least 200 times over the course of 3+ years before it went south. Nothing lasts forever (other than death), and I figure I got my money's worth out of the unit. But I still had to take it apart to see if I could figure out what went wrong, which turned out to be blatantly obvious.
Attached photo shows where the middle (SET) button broke away from its four solder points on the circuitry board. If my soldering skills were more than rudimentary at best, I'd attempt soldering the button back to the board, which I still might try anyway for practice. I assume the soldering on these boards is done by machine. The minuscule points where the middle button is soldered might challenge even the most seasoned of human solderers.
Maybe more easily said than done, but if Gymboss would change the design of the middle button from recessed to protruding, like the other two buttons on either side of it, there might be less stress placed on the soldering points of the middle button, and I might still be enjoying the use of this first unit. Time will tell if the Amazon purchased unit outlives the first one.
All in all, I liked the first unit well enough to stick with a Gymboss replacement. But it sure would have been nice if the first unit had carried on to a ripe old age of 5~10~15+ years instead of biting the bullet at 3 years and a month. R.I.P.
Let me add this after reading some other reviews... No its NOT hard to program.. I used the vids they provide online & then I messed around with it. It is mos def one of if not the best interval/cross training timers out there.. I'm sure if you have an issue with a defective unit just simply return it & get an exchange simple enough.
The only thing I can complain about is there's no 10 second warning like on the Everlast. This is very minor and I will definitely buy another one of these over any other timer
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No complaints just wish they would add on the next version a 10 sec countdown timer when you start an interval or the stopwatch.