Pocket Pro Timer II CEI001
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- Color is Blue
- 3 configuartions of display
- one 9 volt alkaline battery
- automatic power turn down after 10 minutes of inactivity
- large clothespin style belt clip
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Competition Electronics is one of the big players in the electronic timer and chronograph business. The Pocket Pro Timer II is the timer of choice for three reasons: it's easy to use, it's extremely durable and it's not only the lowest price, full function timer available...it's the best! Adjustable sensitivity, saves batteries with automatic power down, instant or random delayed start buzzer, review, split and par time standard. You can use it to time your shooting speed and tm increase your shooting speed. You'll be able to see the progress you make by the lower times you record. Features: • Size fits nicely in your hand with the start button on the side. • Powerful 105 dB buzzer transmits well through hearing protection • Separate shot sensor and buzzer for best performance • Large buttons are positioned with enough space for big hands. • Intuitive menu and navigation that's easy to learn and remember. • Automatically turns off after 10 minutes of inactivity. • Large clothespin style belt clip fits over your shooting belt. • Display position is readable from your belt or the bench.
Top customer reviews
Pocket Pro II runs from a standard 9V battery. I didn't get the CED7000 because of the proprietary lithium battery and wanted something easy to replace.
Belt clip looks well built (I broke the one on the ST3000): spring steel and nice strong plastic clip. Overall what appears to be a strong product that will survive bumping into tables, and other range equipment.
Offers the features you'd expect: timing (obviously), par-time, and an RPM feature (for NFA Title II toys owners!).
Haven't fiddled with sensitivity setting or echo-cancellation. Defaults seemed sane for my indoor range.
Beep level is adjustable for dry practice at home.
Start signal can go off right when you press the start button (RO), or delayed (random or fixed delay) when practicing on your own.
Backlit LCD is nice upgrade, when shooting in low light.
Only downside: bulkier than the ST3000 (hence 4 stars out of 5). At least you'll have to try hard to misplace it!
Has more features and display mode than the ST3000 and as such has more buttons. After a quick read of the manual, you're good to go. This isn't rocket surgery.
With my old PACT timer, you could enter 8.0 on the keypad and hit the PAR button.
Pros: The buzzer is loud, the numbers are easy to see, the buttons easy to press. I would love it if the par time feature was easier to use.
For a competition or practice timer, this would be great. If you use the par time feature very much, you probably won't like it.
You can't use it while people are shooting close by and have it know what shots are yours of course, but it doesn't record echoes, which I swear my other timer did, and you can set the sensitivity pretty quickly and easily using the menu system, such that, at an indoor range, you may be able to record your shot string but the guy with a pistol 6 lanes down won't show up at all, even if you have a hard time doing your timed stuff while the other guy is not shooting