Timing Devices of Choice?

Doyle J. Groves (deej@deej.com)
Wed, 22 Apr 1998 10:24:28 -0500

I have a combination of timing devices such as stopwatches, wristwatches,
WWV-sensitive clocks, net-time clocks, etc.  None does everything needed by
a satwatcher, but the combination gets me by...

I am interested in a recommendation toward the ultimate device, which I
suspect doesn't exist.  It would store the clock time (in hundredths of a
second) to at least 100 registers with each button click.  These could then
be offloaded by IR or wire to another device, obviously a PC.

A device that comes close and probably *does* exist is simply a stopwatch
with 100 memories.  

Any reviews and recommendations from SeeSatters on either of these devices
would be greatly appreciated (brand, model, price, etc.).



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