Everlast Interval Training Round Timer

September 16, 2018 - Comment

Interval Training Round Timer is perfect for Fight sports and fitness. Warranty: Everlast warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 120 days from date of purchase, provided they have not been subjected to obvious abuse, neglect or misuse. Everlast’s sole liability is limited to repairing or

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Interval Training Round Timer is perfect for Fight sports and fitness.

Warranty:

Everlast warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 120 days from date of purchase, provided they have not been subjected to obvious abuse, neglect or misuse. Everlast’s sole liability is limited to repairing or replacing products that are returned within this 120-day period, unless specific product literature specifies otherwise.

Please contact customer service for full details, and for replacement assistance at 1-800-821-7930.

Product Features

  • Features both dual interval timer and stop watch modes.
  • Comes with detachable belt clip, hook and loop arm strap and features magnetic backing to attach timer to lockers, equipment, etc.
  • Adjustable rest periods between rounds

Comments

Eduardo Neecha says:

Pros and Cons vs. Gymboss Timer – updated 12.30.12 Recently I gave my Gymboss to a friend and decided to try out this timer instead of getting another Gymboss, just for the hell of it. Have been pretty happy with the Gymboss, just wanted to experiment with something new and I had enjoyed the previous generation Everlast timer (see link below) except that it limits you to only 2 or 3 minute work intervals, which is fine for boxing workouts but useless for everything else, especially Tabata.Pros:- User Interface (button system)…

Gary L. Ries says:

Everlast versus miniMax I wanted a timer for crossfit, HIIT, and other workout timing for use at home. Digging through the reviews didn’t help, except it seemed like a lot of people liked the miniMax or the Everlast Interval Training Round Timer. I have two workout locations so I bought both. Here’s what I found out:1. a. If you want to do clever combinations of intervals (e.g. 5 min work, 50 sec rest, 4 min work, 40 sec rest, 3 min work, 30 sec rest etc.) or b. If you have many interval combinations you…

Kelly the Cretin says:

falling apart but functionally sound I do like this timer, but it is just so cheap. But since I knowingly paid for a cheap timer, I’m not going to give it less than three stars. That would be unfair.Problems:1) Batteries must be removed before tossing it into your gym bag because the large “start/stop” button presses easily. For me, if I didn’t take the batteries out, the bell would go off and on until I rummaged in my bag for it and silenced it with a steely glare. It probably needs a glass or clear…

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