PoolMates

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Grey PoolMate


Pink PoolMate

Black PoolMate

Never forget your lap count again! Now you can concentrate on your stroke or switch off and relax. Join the thousands of PoolMate users and make the most of your swim sessions with our special watch.

The PoolMate is an automatic Swimming Computer. Simply press the Start button and begin to swim. No forgetting your lap count! No pressing buttons at the end of each lap! The watch calculates and shows

  • Laps
  • Average strokes
  • Speed
  • Distance
  • Time
  • Calories
  • Efficiency
  • Works with all major strokes straight out of the box, no calibration required
  • Stores over 100 sessions for recall, records individual sets and total session data
  • Pools over 18m (yards too), Chrono mode for other sports
  • Water resistant to 50m, 24 hour clock and alarm

We have designed a complete bespoke watch specifically for swimmers. Other features include lightweight, flexible PU strap, easy to read display, stainless steel buttons, backlight and double secure fastening.

The PoolMate is available in different colour options – grey, black, hot pink or bright blue!

Battery life around 12 months CR2025

Weight 41g

Diameter of face 40mm

Strap fits wrists from 14.5 to 21.5cm

12 month guarantee

How does it work?

The PoolMate contains MEMS accelerometers (first used by NASA) to capture the motion of your arms. Our software times your swim and calculates lap count, average strokes, speed, calories and efficiency levels so you can work on improving your technique.

Accuracy

We are the market leaders and have been selling our PoolMate watches for over 3 years all over the world. Before we launched the PoolMate had been extensively tested by a wide variety of swimmers over a 2 year period. We have a database of hundreds of kms of swimming and an accuracy rate of over 99.75%. There are tens of thousands of PoolMates being worn everyday and helping swimmers all over the world. The watch has full CE and FCC approvals. Patents and trademarks granted.

As long as you have a regular stroke and take more than 7 strokes per lap (on the arm the watch is worn on) you should have accurate results.

Want to upload your data to your computer?  You will need the PoolMatePro or PoolMateHR