Pace Clock

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noun - A pace clock is an analog or digital clock used by swimmers and coaches during practice in swimming pools. The hands or numerals of the clock allow for easy reading from multiple angles and varying distances. Pace clocks are an affordable, quality timing solution for swimming pools. Molded from sturdy polyethylene and protected by a clear plexiglass lens and powered by batteries or electricity, swimming pace clocks are resistant to harsh pool environments. Swimmers, triathletes, and coaches appreciate the highly visible numbers, markings, and timing hands on large faced swim clocks.

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