Pool-Mate Swimming Computer
Swimsense Swimming Performance Monitor
Pool Mate HR
Aqua Pulse Heart Rate Monitor
The Swimovate Pool-Mate Pro is the latest addition to the Pool-Mate family. Features such as calculating your speed, distance, and calories while automatically counting your laps and strokes, allows you to focus on your swimming rather than on your swimming statistics! Pool-Mate Pro also has a feature which allows you to easily track and analyze your data by downloading it from your Pool-Mate Pro straight to your PC.
Swimovate Pool-Mate Swimmer's Computer is the only fully automatic lap and stroke counter for swimmers of all abilities. The Pool-Mate will work with all major strokes (front crawl, breastroke, backstroke and butterfly), all abilities of swimmers and all pool sizes without calibration (recommended for 10 to 100 meter pools).
The Finis SwimSense Performance Monitor is a high tech training device that can help you keep track of your every movement in the pool. It straps on just like a watch and easily tracks laps, strokes, split times, calories burned, pace and so much more. The information gathered is easily synced with your computer and the included program provides you with a visual representation of your swimming history.
The Swimovate Pool Mate HR is the next generation in Swimovate's long line of personal swimming computers. Please note that you must have a computer to install drivers to in order to charge and upload data from the Swimovate HR. Worn on the wrist, just like Swimovate's earlier Pool Mate and Pool Mate Pro models, this swimming watch provides endless data to the user (more than we even know what to do with).
The new Aqua Pulse heart rate monitor has been created specifically for swimmers. The Finis Aqua Pulse Heart Rate Monitor is a small unit that the user clips on to their goggle strap and a soft rubber clip rests on their temple. Aqua Pulse uses a PBC inferred sensory that retrieves your heart rate through your earlobe. With hands free technology the Aqua Pulse calculates the number of beats per minute then communicates it back to the swimmer with Bone-Conduction Technology.