• Everlast 7011 Interval Training Timer Yellow
Everlast 7011 Interval Training Timer Yellow

Everlast 7011 Interval Training Timer Yellow

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  • Features both dual interval timer and stop watch modes.
  • Interval training timers are the perfect boxing gear necessity for a core workout.
  • Adjustable rounds and rest periods.

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GREAT PRODUCT AND GREAT COMPANY I love this timer! I use it for kettlebell workouts to signal when I should change hands in the snatch, and to determine the half way point when timing the jerk or long cycle. I had problems with the first timer I bought, and it was immediately replaced by Everlast, and done so very kindly and with integrity. The replacement works great. I love the sound effects of this timer in that they are more like a boxing ring bell. Super cool and easy to hear. This timer is far superior to others I have used. It i more rugged and the display is larger. However, I have yet to figure out how to insert the arm band. A demo is needed. The clip itsrlf works just fine. I definitely will buy from Everlast again. They stand behind their products, and their customer service is top notch. 5Interval Timer This is a great, easy to use timer! I recently started a Mixed Interval Training program and works really well whether I am walking/jogging or lifting weights with timed rest periods between sets. I also like that it can be set to beep or vibrate to alarm when a period is nearly done. Now I can focus more on the activity I'm doing than trying to read a watch. 5Everlast versus miniMax I wanted a timer for crossfit, HIIT, and other workout timing for use at home. Digging through the reviews didn't help, except it seemed like a lot of people liked the miniMax or the Everlast Interval Training Round Timer. I have two workout locations so I bought both. Here's what I found out:1. a. If you want to do clever combinations of intervals (e.g. 5 min work, 50 sec rest, 4 min work, 40 sec rest, 3 min work, 30 sec rest etc.) or b. If you have many interval combinations you want use (and store into memory) you need the miniMax timer.BUT it is somewhat complex to program, there is no end of round warning beep (If you want to have a warning beep 10 sec before the end of a 1 min work interval you have to program it as a 50 sec interval followed by a 10 sec interval), the loudest beep setting is not as loud as I would like, and for a given program you can only have one beep sound (not distinct for warning or rest or whatever). In the middle of a workout this can get confusing.2. a. If you only need one or two interval durations (For instance 20x 1 minute rounds, or 5 minute rounds with 1 minute rests between, or 20 sec on, 10 sec off Tabatas) you need the Everlast timer. and b. If you don't mind the lack of memory (it remembers the last settings you did but if you want to use other timings you have to punch them in each time you change them for a different workout). The Everlast is your best bet AND The Everlast has a distinct end-of-interval warning you can simply set to off or for 10 or 30 sec warning. It is simple to change programs in just a few seconds, probably faster than you can locate a saved program in the miniMax. It's plenty loud.SO, for complex interval combinations saved to memory, it's the miniMax. For simpler stuff, it's the Everlast. 4 i needed a simple timer to help me better track my cardio interval times (one minute high intensity, two minutes rest). this gave me everything i needed and more! you can program interval times for as many sets/rounds as you need (i've only tested it up to 6 sets for my needs but have seen others program it at 20 or more). you can also program interval ending alarms (none, 10 seconds before round ends, 30 seconds before round ends). the alarms themselves can either be audible, vibration or both. all in all a wise but affordable investment, and quality isn't too bad either. 5Worth the money but read instructions carefully It's a very good timer. My workout involves boxing. So the timer is perfect. You can clip it to your belt or strap it to your arm. Whatever suits you. I sit it on a stand near the bag I punch in the gym. Just my preference.READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Operating it isn't as simple as you may think.I haven't figured out the rest periods on it as of yet. I set my timer to 3:30. That gives me 3 minute rounds with a 30 second rest period. If you want a 1 minute rest period, set the timer to 4:00.You can set it to warn you when to break and when your break is over.You'll see 1w, 5w, 10w. These are just bell rings to let you know the round or rest period is over. When your rest period starts, it'll ring which ever one you choose.The bell is VERY LOUD. So, if you are in a loud gym, you can hear it. That is a plus. As small as it is, the sound is as authentic as an actual Ring Timer. You can choose to make it vibrate and ring.The rounds are there as well.You can set 2 different timers. That's pretty good.It also has a stopwatch.It's pretty sturdy.The only reason I gave it 4 stars out of 5 is because of the instructions. But as for function, it gets 5 stars.I would buy it. It's worth the money. 4English Language Directions/How to Remove Belt Clip (UPDATE) I just receive my Everlast Interval Training Round Timer. Without looking at the instructions, I was able to load the batteries, but with five different buttons it was not intuitive how to change the interval timing settings. So, I decided to read the printed instructions included in the package. Unfortunately, even with a graduate degre, I am unable to read the instructions. The reason is simple: they are ONLY written in Russian and I took French as my foreign language. I noticed on the Amazon site that this package is approved for shipment in the US. Granted the package has English on the external packaging materials, but to ONLY provide Russian-language instructions for a product with fairly technical directions to change the settings. The setting change trick is that you have to hold down the "NEXT & CHANGE" buttons at the same time to move into the "settings change mode". Then, the CHANGE button causes an individual setting to "change" and the NEXT button moves to the "next" setting change. If you want to get a copy of the English instructions, I found the following English instructions on the Internet: http://www.fitness-seller.nl/downloads/dl/file/id/98/gebruiksaanwijzing_ev_7011timer.pdf/. Another trick, you will need to use the Lock Button because the Pause Button on the face of the device is very sensitive. One push of the Lock Button will Lock the screen, but you have to PRESS & HOLD the Lock Button for several seconds to unLOCK the screen. Without these instructions, you will have a difficult time using the device until you learn the "real meaning" of how the buttons work. Now that I've figured out how to change the settings to my desired intervals, I hope to use it on my next "Walk/Run/Walk" training run.It also comes with a "strap" to be used in place of the belt clip, but I'm still trying to figure out how to remove the belt clip so that I can insert the belt in the loop. *UPDATE* I have figured out how to remove the belt clip. (1) Open the clip and place your thumb INSIDE the open clip with the large section of the clip resting on the back of your thumb, (2) Push down with your thumb and then SLIDE your thumb towards you to slide the clip loose from the body of the timer. (3) Insert the strap through the loops on the back of the timer.I'll update my Star Rating after I have had a chance to actually use the device. Right now it gets 5 Stars for functionality, but 1 Star for Instructions (unless you read Russian, in which case it would get 5 and 5. SHAME ON AMAZON for releasing a product with ONLY Russian language instructions...!!! UPDATE: I have now used the device for several runs. It works just like it is supposed to. The only question is how you want to set the alarm for each interval: Ring, Vibrate, or Ring/Vibrate. I started with Ring/Vibrate, but that was too much. I'm going to just use the Ring the next time. 5Very Disappointed I have owned this version of Everlast timer for years and loved it. The reason I loved the original was because when it vibrated I could feel it while exercising. It started to act up a bit so I decided to get a replacement. I got one from Amazon and when I went to use it, it vibrated softer than a Fitbit; I could harder feel it when doing nothing. I thought it must be a mistake, so I called Everlast to ask if there was something wrong. They wouldn't even talk to me and told me that since I ordered it from Amazon it was Amazon's problem not their's. I called Amazon and they were very nice and sent me a replacement but it was exactly the same as the first, useless. So, now I have a useless timer and ended up buying a different brand through Amazon. So, far that brand seems much better and hope to write a review about it soon. But I would never buy another Everlast timer again. It is sad to see a good product go bad. 1falling apart but functionally sound I do like this timer, but it is just so cheap. But since I knowingly paid for a cheap timer, I'm not going to give it less than three stars. That would be unfair.Problems:1) Batteries must be removed before tossing it into your gym bag because the large "start/stop" button presses easily. For me, if I didn't take the batteries out, the bell would go off and on until I rummaged in my bag for it and silenced it with a steely glare. It probably needs a glass or clear plastic cover to keep this issue at bay.2) The covers that keep the batteries hidden break easily. I've lost one, and the other is about to break.Also, read the instructions. I had to learn how to operate it without reading the instructions, but I'm a genius of course. If you are not a genius, read the instructions. 3Came to me obviously used and doesn t work. This item had been previously used. No instructions and the wrist stap leather is all frayed and there s no way to het it through the slots due to the frayed ends. With no instructions, it is mot a useable item either. Guess I ll have to be out the $$. I was really excited to take this to my training session today, I am moving out of town and I needed to learm the correct way to time my sessions, I go to a special trainer due to all my injuries. Its not like I will find this type of training. She even called around the area I am moving to trying to help me . We were unsuccessful, so proper learning today was the only way to continue my training witout any help and to avoid further injury. Too bad. I do not think this is the fault of amazon- I am going to not use the vendor again. 1I totally recommend this product I have been using it for over a year on a daily basis, I totally recommend this product. Works great for tabatas, boxing rounds and a a chronometer. I also use set it to just one interval on manual mode to rest only 1 minute after an exercise.You can set it to time 2 intervals like rest and work or just 1 interval from 1 sec to 99:59.You can set it manual in order to activate it each time you press the button, for an amount of 99 rounds or to go for infinite rounds.You can set it to warn you 10 sec or 30 sec before the round ends, or no warning at all.The ability to attach it to the wall with the magnets is really useful.I use it probably 2 times a day for more than an hour and the battery seems to hold for more than 6 months, probably like 8 months.I have dropped it on multiple times and it always keeps working, on one occasion one battery came off and on other occasion both batteries came off, I thought my workout was ruined, but turns out that it will keep working without batteries for around 20 seconds, enough time to put the batteries back and keep training.I would buy this product again. 5
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GREAT PRODUCT AND GREAT COMPANY I love this timer! I use it for kettlebell workouts to signal when I should change hands in the snatch, and to determine the half way point when timing the jerk or long cycle. I had problems with the first timer I bought, and it was immediately replaced by Everlast, and done so very kindly and with integrity. The replacement works great. I love the sound effects of this timer in that they are more like a boxing ring bell. Super cool and easy to hear. This timer is far superior to others I have used. It i more rugged and the display is larger. However, I have yet to figure out how to insert the arm band. A demo is needed. The clip itsrlf works just fine. I definitely will buy from Everlast again. They stand behind their products, and their customer service is top notch. 5Interval Timer This is a great, easy to use timer! I recently started a Mixed Interval Training program and works really well whether I am walking/jogging or lifting weights with timed rest periods between sets. I also like that it can be set to beep or vibrate to alarm when a period is nearly done. Now I can focus more on the activity I'm doing than trying to read a watch. 5Everlast versus miniMax I wanted a timer for crossfit, HIIT, and other workout timing for use at home. Digging through the reviews didn't help, except it seemed like a lot of people liked the miniMax or the Everlast Interval Training Round Timer. I have two workout locations so I bought both. Here's what I found out:1. a. If you want to do clever combinations of intervals (e.g. 5 min work, 50 sec rest, 4 min work, 40 sec rest, 3 min work, 30 sec rest etc.) or b. If you have many interval combinations you want use (and store into memory) you need the miniMax timer.BUT it is somewhat complex to program, there is no end of round warning beep (If you want to have a warning beep 10 sec before the end of a 1 min work interval you have to program it as a 50 sec interval followed by a 10 sec interval), the loudest beep setting is not as loud as I would like, and for a given program you can only have one beep sound (not distinct for warning or rest or whatever). In the middle of a workout this can get confusing.2. a. If you only need one or two interval durations (For instance 20x 1 minute rounds, or 5 minute rounds with 1 minute rests between, or 20 sec on, 10 sec off Tabatas) you need the Everlast timer. and b. If you don't mind the lack of memory (it remembers the last settings you did but if you want to use other timings you have to punch them in each time you change them for a different workout). The Everlast is your best bet AND The Everlast has a distinct end-of-interval warning you can simply set to off or for 10 or 30 sec warning. It is simple to change programs in just a few seconds, probably faster than you can locate a saved program in the miniMax. It's plenty loud.SO, for complex interval combinations saved to memory, it's the miniMax. For simpler stuff, it's the Everlast. 4 i needed a simple timer to help me better track my cardio interval times (one minute high intensity, two minutes rest). this gave me everything i needed and more! you can program interval times for as many sets/rounds as you need (i've only tested it up to 6 sets for my needs but have seen others program it at 20 or more). you can also program interval ending alarms (none, 10 seconds before round ends, 30 seconds before round ends). the alarms themselves can either be audible, vibration or both. all in all a wise but affordable investment, and quality isn't too bad either. 5Worth the money but read instructions carefully It's a very good timer. My workout involves boxing. So the timer is perfect. You can clip it to your belt or strap it to your arm. Whatever suits you. I sit it on a stand near the bag I punch in the gym. Just my preference.READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Operating it isn't as simple as you may think.I haven't figured out the rest periods on it as of yet. I set my timer to 3:30. That gives me 3 minute rounds with a 30 second rest period. If you want a 1 minute rest period, set the timer to 4:00.You can set it to warn you when to break and when your break is over.You'll see 1w, 5w, 10w. These are just bell rings to let you know the round or rest period is over. When your rest period starts, it'll ring which ever one you choose.The bell is VERY LOUD. So, if you are in a loud gym, you can hear it. That is a plus. As small as it is, the sound is as authentic as an actual Ring Timer. You can choose to make it vibrate and ring.The rounds are there as well.You can set 2 different timers. That's pretty good.It also has a stopwatch.It's pretty sturdy.The only reason I gave it 4 stars out of 5 is because of the instructions. But as for function, it gets 5 stars.I would buy it. It's worth the money. 4English Language Directions/How to Remove Belt Clip (UPDATE) I just receive my Everlast Interval Training Round Timer. Without looking at the instructions, I was able to load the batteries, but with five different buttons it was not intuitive how to change the interval timing settings. So, I decided to read the printed instructions included in the package. Unfortunately, even with a graduate degre, I am unable to read the instructions. The reason is simple: they are ONLY written in Russian and I took French as my foreign language. I noticed on the Amazon site that this package is approved for shipment in the US. Granted the package has English on the external packaging materials, but to ONLY provide Russian-language instructions for a product with fairly technical directions to change the settings. The setting change trick is that you have to hold down the "NEXT & CHANGE" buttons at the same time to move into the "settings change mode". Then, the CHANGE button causes an individual setting to "change" and the NEXT button moves to the "next" setting change. If you want to get a copy of the English instructions, I found the following English instructions on the Internet: http://www.fitness-seller.nl/downloads/dl/file/id/98/gebruiksaanwijzing_ev_7011timer.pdf/. Another trick, you will need to use the Lock Button because the Pause Button on the face of the device is very sensitive. One push of the Lock Button will Lock the screen, but you have to PRESS & HOLD the Lock Button for several seconds to unLOCK the screen. Without these instructions, you will have a difficult time using the device until you learn the "real meaning" of how the buttons work. Now that I've figured out how to change the settings to my desired intervals, I hope to use it on my next "Walk/Run/Walk" training run.It also comes with a "strap" to be used in place of the belt clip, but I'm still trying to figure out how to remove the belt clip so that I can insert the belt in the loop. *UPDATE* I have figured out how to remove the belt clip. (1) Open the clip and place your thumb INSIDE the open clip with the large section of the clip resting on the back of your thumb, (2) Push down with your thumb and then SLIDE your thumb towards you to slide the clip loose from the body of the timer. (3) Insert the strap through the loops on the back of the timer.I'll update my Star Rating after I have had a chance to actually use the device. Right now it gets 5 Stars for functionality, but 1 Star for Instructions (unless you read Russian, in which case it would get 5 and 5. SHAME ON AMAZON for releasing a product with ONLY Russian language instructions...!!! UPDATE: I have now used the device for several runs. It works just like it is supposed to. The only question is how you want to set the alarm for each interval: Ring, Vibrate, or Ring/Vibrate. I started with Ring/Vibrate, but that was too much. I'm going to just use the Ring the next time. 5Very Disappointed I have owned this version of Everlast timer for years and loved it. The reason I loved the original was because when it vibrated I could feel it while exercising. It started to act up a bit so I decided to get a replacement. I got one from Amazon and when I went to use it, it vibrated softer than a Fitbit; I could harder feel it when doing nothing. I thought it must be a mistake, so I called Everlast to ask if there was something wrong. They wouldn't even talk to me and told me that since I ordered it from Amazon it was Amazon's problem not their's. I called Amazon and they were very nice and sent me a replacement but it was exactly the same as the first, useless. So, now I have a useless timer and ended up buying a different brand through Amazon. So, far that brand seems much better and hope to write a review about it soon. But I would never buy another Everlast timer again. It is sad to see a good product go bad. 1falling apart but functionally sound I do like this timer, but it is just so cheap. But since I knowingly paid for a cheap timer, I'm not going to give it less than three stars. That would be unfair.Problems:1) Batteries must be removed before tossing it into your gym bag because the large "start/stop" button presses easily. For me, if I didn't take the batteries out, the bell would go off and on until I rummaged in my bag for it and silenced it with a steely glare. It probably needs a glass or clear plastic cover to keep this issue at bay.2) The covers that keep the batteries hidden break easily. I've lost one, and the other is about to break.Also, read the instructions. I had to learn how to operate it without reading the instructions, but I'm a genius of course. If you are not a genius, read the instructions. 3Came to me obviously used and doesn t work. This item had been previously used. No instructions and the wrist stap leather is all frayed and there s no way to het it through the slots due to the frayed ends. With no instructions, it is mot a useable item either. Guess I ll have to be out the $$. I was really excited to take this to my training session today, I am moving out of town and I needed to learm the correct way to time my sessions, I go to a special trainer due to all my injuries. Its not like I will find this type of training. She even called around the area I am moving to trying to help me . We were unsuccessful, so proper learning today was the only way to continue my training witout any help and to avoid further injury. Too bad. I do not think this is the fault of amazon- I am going to not use the vendor again. 1I totally recommend this product I have been using it for over a year on a daily basis, I totally recommend this product. Works great for tabatas, boxing rounds and a a chronometer. I also use set it to just one interval on manual mode to rest only 1 minute after an exercise.You can set it to time 2 intervals like rest and work or just 1 interval from 1 sec to 99:59.You can set it manual in order to activate it each time you press the button, for an amount of 99 rounds or to go for infinite rounds.You can set it to warn you 10 sec or 30 sec before the round ends, or no warning at all.The ability to attach it to the wall with the magnets is really useful.I use it probably 2 times a day for more than an hour and the battery seems to hold for more than 6 months, probably like 8 months.I have dropped it on multiple times and it always keeps working, on one occasion one battery came off and on other occasion both batteries came off, I thought my workout was ruined, but turns out that it will keep working without batteries for around 20 seconds, enough time to put the batteries back and keep training.I would buy this product again. 5
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