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    interval timers

    I found both of these on ebay. Both have qualities I like. What do you all think?

    CASIO RFT-100-1V vs. DW56RT-1V

    I like how one is a G-Shock and 200 meters. but i like how the other one has a vibration to the alarms and interval timers. Anyone know of other watches with Interval Timers??


    Thanks Guys,

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    Re: interval timers

    You might take a look at this model, http://www.casio.com/products/Timepi...Shock/G7700-1/

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    Re: interval timers

    The G-056 also has an interval timer.
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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by mholje View Post
    You might take a look at this model, http://www.casio.com/products/Timepi...Shock/G7700-1/

    I was orignally looking at this watch, Then i got onto the interval timer kick for my workouts and stopped looking at it. I just reread the Tech Specs and I didn't realize that it had auto repeat and then 5 of them. So i think i might be able to use that as an interval timer. The thing i like about the ref timers is how i can set the interval CDTs to different times. Such as 1 min of working out and 30 secs of est and just have that going back and forth. Not sure if this one can do it yet. i'll have to check it out.

    thanks,

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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by panerai104 View Post
    Such as 1 min of working out and 30 secs of est and just have that going back and forth.
    Exactly how mine are set.
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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lexxorcist View Post
    Exactly how mine are set.

    Which watch do you use for that??



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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by panerai104 View Post
    Which watch do you use for that??



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    I was using the G-056 polygon shown above, but I'll now be using the DW-56RTB referee timer.

    This isn't the best example, but the basic version with the normal display might appeal more.

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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lexxorcist View Post
    I was using the G-056 polygon shown above, but I'll now be using the DW-56RTB referee timer.

    This isn't the best example, but the basic version with the normal display might appeal more.


    so you have a ref timer?? Do u think this interval stuff would work with the 7700??

    James

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    Re: interval timers

    Quote Originally Posted by panerai104 View Post
    so you have a ref timer?? Do u think this interval stuff would work with the 7700??

    James
    That's my ref timer in the photo. I've no idea about the 7700. "2 timers with repeat" sound like they might, which should be ok if you can set the seconds as well as minutes. I would say the referee timer is better though, as you have 9 intervals which can run once or be repeated (or if you want less than 9 leave them on zero and they'll be ignored). That means you could have more variety of different times set than just 2, should you ever need to.
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    Re: interval timers

    The CDTs on the 7700 that I have (Kawasaki) will run one after the other for a total of 5 cycles and both are able to have hr, min and sec set on them. I'm always puzzled why they limit the # of repeat cycles but I confirmed it today, it will need to be restarted after the 5th time through them both.
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