With the Poolmate Pro, we’ve taken away the need for a manual counter, allowing the swimmer to fully concentrate on every stroke while they are in the water.
Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) January 14, 2012
Swimovate Watches, creators of the Poolmate swimming watches line, recently announced that the company’s recently launched Poolmate Pro swim lap counter watch, was designed specifically for the needs of serious swimmers. The Poolmate Pro from Swimovate, recently awarded the Editors Choice award in the annual 22 Triathlon Awards, was this year’s clear winner when it comes to swimming lap counter watches. According to Lisa Irlam, Swimovate CEO, this was definitely by design, “Being a triathelete myself, I know how important it is to have a tool like the Poolmate Pro swim lap counter watch available during those long training sessions. With the Poolmate Pro, we’ve taken away the need for a manual counter, allowing the swimmer to fully concentrate on every stroke while they are in the water. Thanks to our innovative team of athletes, designers and engineers, we’ve developed a lap counter device that is as easy to use as a regular watch.”
Swimovate Watches has been providing innovative training tools for swimmers since 2007. Renowned for their reliability and feature-rich capabilities, Swimovate swimming lap counter watches are easy to use both in and out of the pool and are affordable as well. The watches were created specifically with the needs of swimmers in mind with useful features including internal memory that was designed to store hundreds of swim logs internally, giving swimmers instant access to their swim data. The PoolMate and PoolMate Pro from Swimovate combine the power of an automatic lap counter and statistical tool with a compact, easy to use watch.
Swimovate consists of an enthusiastic group of talented entrepreneurs who also happen to be triathletes. The team has competed in a variety of athletic events, including Ironman events around the world, and is dedicated to helping swimmers of all abilities achieve their goals. For more information, please visit http://swimovate.com.
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