PoolMatePlus 2018-10-04T15:49:56+00:00


Sync swim data to PC, Mac or Android.

The PoolMatePlus contains a novel use of NFC technology to sync swim data to Android phone or tablet by briefly holding the watch to the device, no pairing needed.

Whether you swim in pools or open water, the PoolMatePlus will track and download your swims.
Don’t have an Android phone, no worries, the PoolMatePlus comes with a download pod to plug into your PC or Mac to download your swim data to your computer.

With a 2 year battery life, large clear display and connectable, it’s a super swim tool.


In the pool

laps – strokes – distance – speed – efficiency – duration – sets – rest time – calories

In open water

strokes – distance – speed – efficiency – duration – sets – rest time – calories

Out of the water

99 set chrono mode for timing


  • Works with all major strokes straight out of the box
  • Stores over 50 sessions for recall, records individual sets and total session data
  • Swim pedometer mode for open water swimming (calibration recommended prior to use)
  • Pools over 18m (yards too), Chrono mode for timing other sports
  • Water resistant to 50m, 24 hour clock and alarm

After swimming

The PoolMatePlus connects to an Android phone or tablet (by NFC), just install our app and make sure NFC is enabled on your device.
If you don’t have an Android device you can download data to a PC or Mac by the USB pod that is included.

(Apple have not opened up NFC to developers, when they do, we will release an app but until then it’s just for Android)

Android: Syncs swim data by NFC, no pairing required.
PC or Mac: Syncs swim data by InfraRed transfer via USB pod.

Battery life around 24 months CR2032

Weight 41g

Diameter of face 40mm

Strap fits wrists from 14.5 to 21.5cm

12 month guarantee

Contents: PoolMatePlus watch, USB pod, cable and user manual

A simple calibration lap is all that’s required to set up the special open water mode, which uses the in- built accelerometer to work out the swim metrics. Using this method rather than GPS, which takes a lot of power and has difficulties operating in water, means the PoolMate2 has a battery life of over 2 years!

How do we do it?

The open water mode is a swim pedometer. Swim a lap of a known distance first and follow the calibration instructions then the watch will use this information for subsequent open water swims. Recalibrate regularly for best results.

What is NFC?

NFC (aka Near Field Communications) is already used for contactless payment systems and is included in the vast majority of smartphones. As well as payment details, NFC can be used to transfer other data. Swimovate have developed an Android app that will receive and display swim data by simply holding the watch to the NFC area on your phone for an instant.
No need to worry about pairing the watch to your phone like Bluetooth, NFC does not require pairing.

The Android app is available from Google Play and our app page.

(Apple only allow use of NFC for Apple Pay and haven’t opened it up to the development community yet, as soon as they do Swimovate plan to develop an iphone app.)

How do I know if my Android smartphone has NFC?

It’s very simple. Just open Settings > More and see if there’s an NFC option hiding there. Most smartphones that have NFC place a small NFC logo on their rear panels, too.
Or look up here http://www.nfcworld.com/nfc-phones-list/