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Old July 17th 03, 08:08 PM
autumn
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I am looking for a stop watch such that it displays the lap time and
the current date/time in the same screen. Any referece will be
appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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Old July 20th 03, 04:33 AM
autumn
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Default stopwatch

Thank you. Just to make sure, what I am looking for is like

July 20, 2003 - time and date part
14:30

20:13 - stopwatch part

in a same screeen.

Thank you in advance.

"Tim" wrote in message ...
My Polar does that, it's a more expensive one, I'll check the model this
weekend. My old Timex Ironman also did it, but my new timex Ironman
Icontrol does not.
Good luck

Tommy

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I am looking for a stop watch such that it displays the lap time and
the current date/time in the same screen. Any referece will be
appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Old July 21st 03, 07:20 PM
Raptor
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dieshooter wrote:
(autumn) wrote in message . com...

I am looking for a stop watch such that it displays the lap time and
the current date/time in the same screen. Any referece will be
appreciated. Thank you in advance.



-------- WOW, a swimmer who needs not only the minutes and hours, but
also the date! That's what I call a hardcore, long distance swimmer.
Go, man, go!


Not if it's for a 500 meter race. :-)

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Old July 21st 03, 08:30 PM
Mike Edey
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Default stopwatch

How about a 25km race?

"The results were delayed for 10 minutes as officials and
Omega Swiss Timing experts were consulted to determine the correct
order of finish. Only four-tenths of a second separated Kudinov
from Meca, while the ever confident Spanish hero told the television
cameras that even he was not certain he had won the event. Meca
declared "it was a tough race, a very tough finish, and all three of us
our champions." http://www.fina.org/bcn03_OWSreports_25km.html

6 _tenths_ from first to third, or about 0.003301% after, incidentally,
holding 1:12.5's, open water, for five hours. I wonder what kind of stop
watch these guys use, eh?

--Mike

"Raptor" wrote in message ...
dieshooter wrote:
(autumn) wrote in message

. com...

I am looking for a stop watch such that it displays the lap time and
the current date/time in the same screen. Any referece will be
appreciated. Thank you in advance.



-------- WOW, a swimmer who needs not only the minutes and hours, but
also the date! That's what I call a hardcore, long distance swimmer.
Go, man, go!


Not if it's for a 500 meter race. :-)

--
--
Lynn Wallace
http://www.xmission.com/~lawall
"I'm not proud. We really haven't done everything we could to protect
our customers. Our products just aren't engineered for security."
--Microsoft VP in charge of Windows OS Development, Brian Valentine.



 




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