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Thursday, 13 September 2007





I lurve gadgets, they always make me smile and I can fill hours of the day playing with a new gadget.  However, this one makes me happy and yet slightly sad.



Take a look at  this speedometer for skiers and snowboarders that clips onto your chest or boots, it can tell you just how fast you ripped up that blue run, or that run with the wicked steep headwall that they never groom.

It makes me sad because I haven't been boarding for nearly a year now (well not where you could make use of this).

Let's do a skiing/snowboarding gadgets test trip this winter, OK? Let's make it happen. Please?



Be fast. Be first.

Downhill, cross country, boarding — whatever your snowsport, get the key performance info you need to hone your competitive edge. Advanced radar technology lets you know exactly how much ground you’ve covered, and how fast.


  • Highly accurate speedometer tracks distance and speed in mph
  • 7-day performance logbook, plus time and date functionality
  • Receiver can be worn as wrist watch or on lanyard or carabiner
  • Add optional monitor to track heart rate

Quick Links




  • Time/Date
  • Alarm 1
  • Alarm 2
  • Countdown Timer
  • Stopwatch
  • Stopwatch Data Mode
  • Second Time Zone


  • Current Speed
  • Average Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Current Pace
  • Average Pace


  • Trip Distance
  • Trip Time
  • Total Distance
  • Trip Calories
  • Total Calories
  • Lap Counter
Heart Rate:
  • Current Heart Rate
  • Average Heart Rate
  • Maximum Heart rate

Seven Day Memory (Daily Record)

  • Distance
  • Average Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Average Heart Rate
  • Max Heart Rate
  • Time
  • Average Pace
  • Calories


"Prior to using the speedometer, I only recorded time during my workouts. With the addition of the Tech 4o speedometer, I have been able to keep track of both distances and speed, down to the second, which is something other tools can't do. This information gives me that much more detail into the specifics of each workout. I use this information to gauge my efforts, which then helps me prepare better for the next training session."

Tim Burke, US Olympic Biathlete - Lake Placid, NY





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