I have a Hydropool which is a swimming pool that shoots a water jet
down the center and you can swim against the current. I swim with a face
mask and snorkel as I find it too hard to turn my head for a breath of air
(broken neck a year ago) so am looking for a clock that will work under
water. I want to be able to suction cup it to the floor of the pool so I can
time my swims... I have googled this to death but can't find
anything...anybody ever seen or heard of this?...Thanks... Jim
How about an old fashioned timer switch, like the ones for bathroom fans, and a
light placed where you'd see it from the water. Twist the switch to your desired
time, jump in, and swim till the light goes off. The common ones go up to an
hour, others will work longer.
A Big thanks to all that replied with constructive help... I managed to
find one in S Korea on Ebay that can be held underwater and has suction cups
to hold it down...it's not much money so am gonna take my chances.. To those
that sugested a dive watch, I have tried that and when I look at it, it
breaks my rythm and find myself pushed to the back of the pool...and those
that suggested lighting, my workout was to involve 10 minutes of straight
crawl, then ten minutes breast stroke, five minutes of side stroke etc and
would break it up daily so a light wouldn't work...
Again thanks for all the reponses... Jim
Yeah, but we wanna know how you broke your neck. Fess up.
Okay ...Guess i owe everybody for all the responses... I was carrying my
luggage down a flight of stairs to check out of a motel room one morning
last fall. I was wearing a pair of flip flops and I missed the first stair
and went over the top of my luggage head first.. I cracked my head pretty
good at the bottom of the staircase. I went back to my room and mopped the
blood off my forehead and then drove 4 hrs to get home. By the time I got
home I had a real goose egg on my head and my neck would make this grinding
sound when I turned it......I went in for xrays ...I know...I am very lucky
to be verticle and thank the big guy every day for that...so there ya have
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