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Old 08-20-2003, 03:04 PM   #1
Igor Torfs
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Location: Wilrijk  Antwerp
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A few months ago, Crossfit propagated the use of the Seiko SO52 stopwatch as an ideal interval stopwatch. I heard today at the mall that Seiko stopped manufacturing these. I informed myself and it seems the Nike TRIAX forms a good stopwatch that allows the same interval work recording and timer runs, which allows Tabata protocol.

1) Do some Crossfitters have any advice on decent stopwatches?

2) Does anybody has experience with the Nike TRIAX model? Is it sufficient?

Any thoughts are highly appreciated! I'm thinking of bying the Triax 20 lap model in a few weeks. I'm located in Belgium.}

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