Top5Reviewed is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Boxing timers allow wrestlers, bodybuilding weightlifters, boxers, mixed-martial artists as well as general fitness enthusiasts to practice interval training Source. You can certainly find a smartphone app that mimics the look and functionality of a physical interval timer, but a lot of people prefer the real thing to use at the gym or in their home fitness areas.

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This piece of equipment works just as well as a professional clock. It has multiple setting that can be used. I use it for sparring 3 minutes rounds and love it.

It give the 30 second notice before the rounds is over and the bell is loud and sounds like a ring bell. I recommend this product for anyone that needs a timer on any level. I purchased this for my husband who weight trains and does martial arts.

He really likes this timer. Before he had to have someone tell him when his interval time was ending usually every 30 secs or 1 minute now with this he doesnt have to wait for a training partner to be with him. He sets his interval time and his total work out time and listens for the timer now. Great product for the price and we like the magnet option as we have it stuck to our dry erase board with our results from the workouts.

I would recommened this product to everyone! Happy training! This is perfect for what I needed. The sound alarm is rather obnoxious, but the buzzer is nice and still loud enough that I can set it down on the ground and hear it go off. I like the option to clip it on my shirt or wear it around my arm so I can feel the vibration if I'm wearing headphones.

Great item for the money. I would definitely recommend it. It works good and is easy to set up. I needed it for interval training and it is perfect. Good value for the money. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason.

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This Everlast timer attaches with a hook-and-loop arm strap, a detachable belt clip or magnetically. This model also has adjustable rest time and an end-of-round warning. About This Item. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it.

See our disclaimer. Everlast Interval Training Round Timer: Engineered for: boxing, MMA and interval training Requires 2 AAA batteries included Secures with hook and loop arm strap, detachable belt clip and or magnets Features include adjustable interval time , adjustable rest time Specifications Manufacturer Part Number Customer Reviews. Average Rating: 4. See all reviews Write a review. Most helpful positive review. Average Rating: 5.

See more. Most helpful negative review. Average Rating: 2. You need a darn degree just to figure out how to set the thing. The instructions are laughable then when you go online it's the same horrible instructions.

At first I thought the thing was messed up because every time I pushed a button, nothing moved. Turns out you have to hold the buttons down forever for anything to happen. I also don't like how small the buttons are. They're made for baby fingers. Grown people can't push those tiny buttons. I guess as far as the function of it it's good but I've only used it once so far.

It's very loud and wish there was an option to turn the buzzer down but the main thing I didn't like is how hard it is to set. Not sure I'd recommend this. There have to be easier timers to work with. I'd suggest people looking elsewhere. Frequent mentions. Verified purchaser. Ayotte13, October 3, Set for for activity and rest time. Infinite reps or set for finite. Tabatanow, May 3, See all 32 reviews. Ask a question Ask a question If you would like to share feedback with us about pricing, delivery or other customer service issues, please contact customer service directly.

Your question required. Additional details. Send me an email when my question is answered. I agree to the Terms and Conditions Please agree to the terms and conditions to continue. Cancel Submit. Number of answers Most recent questions Most recent answers Sort by. How does it alert you to the end of an interval? Vibrate or somewhat loud Alarm, your choice either one are the other or you can even have both. Hope this helps. When the description says "dual interval timer" does it mean counting down or counting up with and alarm.

It's for counting down so u could have rest time.. Or double rounds.. I believe they mean it can be used for multiple setting.

For example, a stop watch, and interval timer. As an interval timer it counts downs, gives a 30 second notice before time runs out, and a 1 minute break before the next round starts. Counting down in sequence. Counter 1 is usually the work time and counter 2 is the rest interval.

That's how I use it. Are the workout times, i. What are the limits on both? All time settings are adjustable. A great piece of equipment.

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