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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    I've ante'd up to the timex HRM trainer, with a massive display and touch-sensor:

    cool watch
    does it have a vibrate option?
    I was worried by some reviews that said the touch sensitive screen was too sensitive, and could get 'pressed' by rain, or accidental contact with your clothing. A bit risky in a rugby-game where it's not unknown to have slight contact with players.

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    I use this:-

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    Phil E spotted them on Amazon for £20 (the tight get) a few years ago - so I swooped (the tight get)

    I think they are about £40-£50

    I like the vibrate - set it for 42 mins as above

    I also like that the stop watch runs at elapsed time (lower reading) and stop/start time upper reading.
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    Have a look here:
    http://www.referee-equipment.co.uk/C...es/Watches-HRM
    I have two of the Casio Referee Timers.

    The spec of the Spintso watch sounds really good.
    Last edited by Phil E; 20-08-12 at 15:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Lifeson-Peart View Post
    I use this:-

    I also like that the stop watch runs at elapsed time (lower reading) and stop/start time upper reading.
    i have that watch - and I didn't even know I could do that.
    must RTFM

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    i have that watch - and I didn't even know I could do that.
    must RTFM
    I met a bloke last season who'd had one for two years and didn't know it had a vibrate function!!!

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    Default Re: Referees' watches

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    cool watch
    does it have a vibrate option?
    I was worried by some reviews that said the touch sensitive screen was too sensitive, and could get 'pressed' by rain, or accidental contact with your clothing. A bit risky in a rugby-game where it's not unknown to have slight contact with players.
    No vibrate option.

    It allows you to adjust the sensitivity of the "tap", so it has not become an issue in games so far (though I havent yet refereed in the rain).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Burns View Post
    No thanks, missing a vibrate function

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    Just give one of these to your advisor, He'll let you know when time is up!
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    I use the Casio Referee watch on one wrist, and have my Garmin 110 on the other to track my pace and distance.

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