Tempo Trainer Pro

$75.00
Want a tip straight from the fast lane?  Stop counting!  The Tempo Trainer Pro is the secret weapon elite athletes use.  Set the Tempo Trainer Pro and let it manage your stroke rate while you focus on your form.WHAT IT DOES This small waterproof device sits underneath your swim cap or...

Want a tip straight from the fast lane?  Stop counting!  The Tempo Trainer Pro is the secret weapon elite athletes use.  Set the Tempo Trainer Pro and let it manage your stroke rate while you focus on your form.

WHAT IT DOES 
This small waterproof device sits underneath your swim cap or goggles and transmits an audible tempo beep.   Match the tempo and watch your training accelerate.

HOW IT DELIVERS
There are three different training modes to select from and the tempo is fully adjustable by 1/100 of a second so you can customise it your training programme.  Just set the pace, tuck it into your cap or clip onto googles and go.

Provides an audible beep loud enough to hear in and out of the water
Tempo adjustable by 1/100 of a second
Small convenient size for ease and comfort
Tested to perform at a depth of 10 meters
Auto shut-off feature saves battery life
Includes a clip for dryland exercise

 

 

 

And the word pool-side is positive:

"Outstanding training and racing tool!  I can't imagine training without it." - 3athlt

"Love these!  As a swim coach, tempo is crucial to keeping speed or to work on timing out a stroke.  I have all my kids purchase these for the season." - CHRISTINE CANTY

"I am a year-round competitive swimmer and my coach recommended this product to help correct the tempo of my strokes, particularly freestyle.  I have been using it for a couple of months now and it's been great." - KDZ7799


Take your training to the next level with this powerful FINIS technology

     

     

     

    For more information, please see our Reference Guide.

     

    How do you calculate stroke rate in swimming?
    To measure this count the number of strokes you take to cover a length of the pool, counting both arms. The fewer strokes you take the longer your stroke.
    What about distance per stroke?

    Swimming or pulling with 100% stroke distance efficiency, you should be able to travel approximately 1.5 m. with each freestyle arm stroke or 3m for each right-left stroke cycle.

    What is a good stroke rate for a 25m lap?
    You count both your left and your right arm strokes and most amateur swimmers generally require somewhere between 16-30 strokes to complete 1 length of a 25m pool.
    The faster you turn your arms over, the lower your DPS will be. If you increase your DPS, your SR goes down. The goal is to find the balance between a good DPS and a high SR.

    SHIPPING

    We post with Australia Post and use their guidelines for delivery costs & times.

    » Australia Standard shipping AU$5.00 [2-8 business days]

    » Australia Express shipping AU$9.50 [1-4 business days]

    » New Zealand Pack & Track shipping AU$10.00

    » New Zealand Express Pack & Track shipping AU$15.00

    » International Regular shipping AU$17.00

    * Please note that the delivery charge does not include any applicable importation charges, taxes and duties by customs in the country where the order is to be delivered.

    We try our best to get your order dispatched right away. All orders placed before 10am are generally processed and dispatched that afternoon [excluding custom orders].

    We are closed on weekends and Public Holidays. Orders placed on Friday, or the weekend, will ship out the following business day.

    For more information on shipping, including current international delays due to COVID-19, please visit our shipping page.

    RETURNS

    Sometimes, your gear just ain't what you expected, or maybe it was your birthday and you scored 2 of exactly the same thing - we get that!

    You can return your new, unworn/unused items within 30 days for a full refund, providing your suit meets our returns requirements. We do not cover/refund any shipping costs incurred.

    Read our Returns & Exchanges info here for everything you could possibly need to know about returning your items.

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