Orienteering Clock

We are so excited to offer this clock that was designed and built in house at the o-store. We incorporated all of the features that we, as race organizers and participants ourselves, would want to see in the ideal race clock. You'll find this clock is lightweight, easy to carry, and easy to set up. It can be easily programmed to show time counting up or counting down. And of course, your universally recognizable orienteering beeps. Beep beep beep beep beep BEEEEEP
Fabricant: O-Store.ca
$700.00

Display

  • Size: 34 x 8 cm
  • Each digit is 11 x 16 LEDs
  • Adjustable brightness, with 5 settings
  • Red LEDs
  • Excellent visibility from large angles of centre, readable in direct sunlight
  • High-accuracy, temperature-compensated internal clock

Case

  • Size: 46 x 20 x 13 cm
  • Weight: 3.6 kg, including battery
  • Aluminum handles for easy carrying; doubles for hanging the clock
  • Multiple set-up options including,: stable on a flat surface; hangs easily using straps through handles either left to right or back to front (through the hollow handlebars); sits nicely on a tripod using tripod mount on base of case
  • Case has no parts sticking out, no pieces to cause damage or get damaged during transportation
  • Battery pocket at back of case makes inserting and removing the battery an easy task
  • Case is water resistant, but should have tarp above it if being used in significant rain
  • 12 key numeric keypad for easy programming of all modes
  • Built-in, waterproof speaker allows ample volume for beeps to be heard throughout the starting arena of your race

Power

  • Rechargeable battery and charger included
  • Battery life: 8 hours at regular brightness

Modes

  • Count Up or Count Down modes; count down mode can stop after reaching 0 or can begin counting up
  • Numerous beeper options include
    • Intervals of 60, 30, 15, or 10 seconds
    • One beep per interval or "O-beeps" (10 second warning beep, followed by leadup beeps (optional number) and, longer beep on the interval)

 

For more photos and to read more about the clock and its development process, take a look at our blog post here