Swimovate Pro Poolmate Swimming Computer Sports Watch – Black

October 13, 2014 - Comment

The Swimovate PoolMate PRO computer sports watch features the functions of the Swimovate PoolMate and allows you to download the swimming session data to a PC (infrared download pod and a USB cable included) for detailed analysis. Its motion sensors automatically monitor the arm movement, recognizing even tumble turns and pushing off the wall. Counting

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The Swimovate PoolMate PRO computer sports watch features the functions of the Swimovate PoolMate and allows you to download the swimming session data to a PC (infrared download pod and a USB cable included) for detailed analysis. Its motion sensors automatically monitor the arm movement, recognizing even tumble turns and pushing off the wall. Counting laps, strokes and rest times, it calculates speed, distance, calories and efficiency; all this data is displayed on the watch, but the user can also analyse their performance via the software and plan improvements.

The watch is water resistant up to 50 metres, works with Front Crawl, Back Stroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly, and at any pool longer than 18m. It does not require any calibration and can be set to display the data in metres or yards. The Swimovate PoolMate PRO features the functions of a digital watch: 12/24 hour time, alarm and backlight. The Chrono mode times the user’s running, cycling, openwater swims and triathlons. Statistics are recorded for the whole swimming session and each individual set for more detailed performance analysis. Large memory stores over 100 LOGS to be downloaded to the PC or entered there manually; notes can be added, too. Swims can be graded: Great/Good/OK/Bad. The software features graphical analysis of the swimming session statistics. Best stroke count, fastest times and similar statistics can be viewed at a glance. The user can create separate accounts for different swimmers. Data is saved in the *.csv file format. 1 year warranty is provided for defects in material and workmanship.

Product Features

  • Track your progress on: Laps, Average Strokes, Speed, Distance, Time, Calories, Efficiency
  • Infrared link to USB pod, works on PC (WinXP or newer) and Mac
  • Works with all major strokes straight out of the box, no calibration required
  • Stores over 100 sessions for recall, records individual sets and total session data
  • Water resistant to 50m, 24 hour clock and alarm.
  • The included software features: Download data from the PoolMate Pro watch or add swims manually
  • Filter your swim by stroke type
  • Add notes or edit data
  • Select any session and examine in detail including individual sets within the swim
  • Graphical analysis of your stroke count, times, speed etc – see how they have changed over time
  • Multiple swimmer support
  • View your fastest times, best stroke count etc at a glance
  • Save as .csv file

Comments

Lovetoread says:

Very motivating toy! I bought the standard Poolmate in May and have found it very motivating, so I took the chance to upgrade to the Poolmate Pro this week. The Pro allows you to download information to your PC and then view charts about each swim and the sets within the swim. You see information about speed, number of strokes, distance and efficiency. You can also view your progress in speed, strokes and efficiency over time and also distance over time. Being a little technologically challenged, I was a bit worried about downloading the software, but I managed this OK. I had kept the details of my previous swims and I have started to input them. It’s good to see the progress I’ve made over past 6 months. I used the Pro for first time today and I enjoyed being able to upload my information directly onto the computer, rather than writing it down the way I have been until now.I’m taking lessons to improve my crawl and now I always do the crawl as a separate set, so that I can see my specific progress…

Hernehill phil says:

Swimovate PoolMate PRO At last a watch that helps with the tedium of my daily swim.It counts laps perfectlyThat’s what thousands of us do every morning, we don’t do sets or sprints we just swim up and down, up and down.I like the idea of downloading my swims and seeing how hard I was trying and this watch does do that although I’m hoping the software is a first attempt and will be developed. I have a Garmin 305 for running and the software for that is much better and the Garmin Connect site even better still.Yes the watch does what it says on the box but now they have solved the issue of not requiring to push buttons there’s so much more it could do.For instance* measure the time for each lap and put that on a graph* the watch has a standard alarm which is of only limited use but how about having an alarm that bleeps when my 60 lengths is up or better still every 10th length so you’d know where you were.* I had a casio watch that I had to push the button…

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