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- Soccer timer with stoppage timer; programmable countdown timer
- Secondary countup timer; 1/100 second stopwatch
- Time of day with auto-calendar
- Electro-luminescent backlight display
- Water resistant; lithium battery
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Top Customer Reviews
It is multi-function, but in practice you're not going to use all the fancy features when you're on the field.
The watch claims to have a beeper, but mine never makes any noise (thankfully! I don't want my soccer watch to beep). However, the documentation says it's supposed to beep (maybe with an option to turn the beeping off), so it just casts doubts on the overall quality of the device if the documentation & the product don't match up.
The LED isn't very bright, but I haven't ever needed it - I don't use the watch for anything but refereeing and you don't play without lights now do you? However if you wanted the light at other times you'd probably be disappointed with it.
It is relatively easy to read the watch when I'm on the field, and the buttons have to be firmly pressed to start & stop the timer, so I haven't yet had a case where the timer has accidentally started or stopped on me.
The soccer timer works well - it resets to 45:00 when you hold the timer button down for a second, otherwise the timer button starts the countdown. When it hits 00:00 it starts counting back up so you can see how much added time has been played. The watch comes with a 2nd "added time" timer, that you use whenever there's any play stoppage on the field for which you will add time at the end of the half. The theory is, any time you think you're in a situation that calls for time to be added, you trigger this 2nd timer to count up, then when you get near the end of the half you can look at your watch and see "oh! that's 2:37 of time we've wasted, so I'll add 2 or 3 minutes of added time to the game.Read more ›
Two minor annoying things:
1. When the countdown reaches 30 seconds, the watch beeps 10 times 4 short beeps. It feels like it lasts for the full 30 seconds and it's an overkill; one series of 4-5 beeps would probably be enough. The instructions state that pushing any button will stop the alarm. I tried pushing the screen light button (right below the screen) but it didn't stop the sound.
2. In a puzzling feature, the countdown timer can be set up to 99 minutes. As most of us referees work games of varying length, the process of resetting the watch from 45' to 30' (like going from a U18 to a U12 game) requires scrolling all the way to 99 then from 1 to 30. It seems trivial but it's unnecessary as anything longer than 45' in soccer is waste.
The stoppage time clock is nice!
1) Start the secondary timer (which counts up) to start tracking stoppage time, and stop it when play resumes; wash, rinse, and repeat for further stoppages.
2) When the game clock hits the end of the period, the watch will automatically count UP.
3) The watch will sound an alarm (much like the alarm on any digital watch) at 30 seconds before Full Time + Stoppage Time; it will sound again when you reach Full Time + Stoppage Time.
So, if you have 90 seconds on the stoppage clock in a 45 minute period, the game clock will count DOWN to 45, and then start counting UP after Full Time, with a warning beep at 46:00 and another beep to indicate the end of stoppage time at 46:30.
1) The game clock counts down rather than up, which is contrary to how soccer chronology works. Yes, it's easier to tell players how much time is left, because you don't have to do math. But it's harder to keep a game log for the records, because incidents are normally recorded based on which minute they occurred, not how many minutes remain.
2) The light on my watch went out fairly early on, but since that has never mattered in a game situation, it's just an inconvenience after you leave the pitch.
3) Adjusting the duration of the game for the game clock is done a minute at a time, and you have to count up through 99 to get back to 0; so if you ref games with different durations, be sure to reset the game time before you step on the pitch, as it will take a minute or so to reset from 45 to 35 minutes, for instance.
4) The alarm at FT-30 beeps until you push a button.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Watch did not work upon receiving it. Fortunately I had some batteries around and was able to replace the battery and got it to work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David
I have now had 2 of these watches and each lasted about 2 years before the battery went out. I have tried to replace batter, seems easy enough, however, screen never came back on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary F.
Didn't even last a year before the battery died. Went to have it replaced and the jeweler told me that the coil was bad that it wasn't the battery.Published 5 months ago by Deb
My daughter is a certified soccer referee and this was the perfect watch. Not only does it have the time but also counts down play time and has a spot for stoppage time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nikki
Solid watch. Considering it has an additional counter for stoppage time, it is wonderful at the price point. 1 star off for the vibration not working after 6 months. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mario
The functions on this watch work well for refereeing soccer. I like the countdown feature and the audio beeps as you near the end of the half or game. Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. Gillooley
Isn't bright enough... can't see it. You're a ref, you must be blind.
Can't hear it? You're the perfect candidate for ref. Read more
Pass on this watch. I was excited about the setup and actually got one good use out of it. The second time I used it the battery look like it was fading and I could barely see... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brent Petkus