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Swimming revolves around time.
The pace clock is the focal point of swim practice.
And swim practice is at the heart of our sport.
We’ve made pace clocks great again.
And transformed your phone into your very own personal pace clock.
We’ve re-invented the pace clock by listening to dozens of coaches, swimmers, and triathletes just like you.
Pace Clock Features:
- It can count up
- It can count down
- Bluetooth enabled, it connects to our Swim Practice mobile app which allows you to program any set your heart desires (COMING SOON!)
- Or, program sets using the simple remote it comes with
- LED’s made specifically for outdoor viewing are visible from 100 meters away
- 8 hour external battery life when not plugged in (AC 110~240V)
- Easily mountable with two screw constructs — as easy as hanging a picture
- USB port to update clock software for future innovations
- Ruggedly built to withstand outdoor conditions; have you seen us pour water all over it, without the protective front screen on?
- Two year manufacturers warranty
- 30″ x 2.5″ x 12″ (L x W x H)
We wanted to create something for everyone so we’ve made the mobile app to do just that.
Swim Practice App Features:
- Swim Practice can be used without the swimnerd pace clock as your personal pace clock which is especially awesome for Master swimmers, triathletes, and fitness focused folks
- Share your swim practices with your team, teammates, or with the global network of swimnerds
- Set goals for all events over all courses (SCY, SCM, LCM)
- Keep track of your yardage, best times, and practice records
We hear you loud and clear, fellow swimnerds.
“Swimnerd is advancing and contributing to the growth of the sport by innovating swimming’s most important training tool: the pace clock. We look forward to a longtime relationship built on interdependence.”
Doug Fonder, President
International Swim Coaches Association
“Great product, this sure is cool. Tons of triathletes already have waterproof phones and could easily benefit from an app like this.”
2x US National Champion
2x Pan American Champion
USA Triathlon Athlete of the Year
George Mason Swimming Alum
“Swim teams don’t have big budgets. This puts money back in their pockets while improving upon the most important piece of training equipment.”
Special Olympics Swim Coach
x 24 years
Naval Academy Water Polo Alum
“Swimnerd is crafting how swimmers find each other, how they interact with each other, and how they make progress in the sport we all love.”
CEO, Diversity in Aquatics
Howard Swimming Alum
Create the quintessential swimming ecosystem.
Provide real value through innovative solutions.
Democratize the sport of swimming.
“Budgets are not meant to be broken. Records are. What swimnerd has created will help us in achieving both.”
Head Coach, Stony Brook
2x Jamaican Olympian
7x consecutive Jamaican Swimmer of the Year
University of Florida Alum
“Bringing the pace clock into the 21st century — it’s simple, intuitive, and cost effective.”
Assistant Coach, Indiana Univerrsity
2012 Olympic Team Coach, Trinidad & Tobago
Owner, Flow Swimming
Maryland Swimming Alum
“I hate even wearing a tiny little bracelet, let alone a massive watch, so this app is perfect for me.”
USCG Academy Alum
“Swimnerd’s commitment to developing high quality training equipment and top of the line innovation to pace clocks is unmatched. We look forward to providing our athletes with the finest technology to enable them to reach their full potential. “
Co Head Coach of Islanders Aquatics
ASCA Level 4 Swim Coach
National Select Camp Speaker & Staff Member
St. Lawrence Swimming Alum
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