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Extech 365535 Decimal Stopwatch/Clock

Extech 365535 Decimal Stopwatch/Clock

Description

The Extech 365535 is a water resistant decimal stopwatch/clock with user-selectable resolutions.

Features

  • 3-Mode countdown timer: count down stop, countdown repeat, & count down then count up
  • Large triple display with adjustable contrast
  • Water resistant housing
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$64.99
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Details

The Extech Decimal Stopwatch/Clock features user-selectable resolutions of 1/100 of a second, 1/1000 of a minute, and 1/100,000 of an hour. A built-in calendar displays day, month, and date. The timing capacity equals 19 hours, 59 minutes, and 59.99 seconds with +/-5 seconds/day accuracy. The timer offers 3 modes: count down stop, count down repeat, and count down then count up.

 

  • 1/100th second precision for 19 hours
  • 500 memory records of Split and Lap times
  • Time of day with daily alarm
  • 12 or 24 hour clock format
  • Stroke measurement
  • Pacer from 5 to 240 beeps per minute
Notable Specifications:
  • Timing capacity: 19hrs, 59mins, & 59secs
  • Accuracy: +/-5 seconds/day
  • Resolution: 1/100sec
  • Memory: 500 records of Split and Lap times
  • Dimensions: 2.5 x 3.2 x 0.8 (63.5 x 81.2 x 20.3mm)
  • Weight: 2.7oz (76.5g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Decimal stopwatch/clock
  • (1) 39" (1m) neckstrap
  • (1) CR2032 lithium battery
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech 365535 Decimal Stopwatch/Clock 365535 Decimal stopwatch/clock
$64.99
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Extech 365535 Decimal Stopwatch/Clock 365535-NIST Decimal stopwatch/clock, NIST traceable
$114.99
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Does this stop watch display back to five decimal places?
No, this stopwatch only displays two decimal places.

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