Suitable for professional use, the Seiko S149 incorporates a triple display stopwatch with 300 lap/split memory and a built-in thermal printer that allows captured data to be printed immediately.
300 segmented lap/split memory.
Large-sized three row display panel shows split, lap and total time.
Standard timing, accumulated elapsed timing and split/lap time measurement.
The Seiko S149 Printer Stopwatch measures up to 10 hours in 1/100th increments.
Split/lap timing can be performed with accumulated timing or lap in progress modes.
The Seiko S149 can store/recall up to 300 split/lap times.
Segmented memory - data can be stored in segments, allowing the user to record multiple events - each with their own split/lap times saved in a block.
Up to 100 blocks of data can be stored.
Memory can be recalled even whilst timing is in progress.
Fastest lap time recall function.
Memory capacity indicator, with warning when the capacity exceeds 290.
13 digits per line.
Printout speed of 1.5 lines per second.
Large and clear print.
Printout selection of split only or with lap times.
Automatic printout of year, month, date and time.
Thermal serial dot printing system.
Requires Seiko S950 thermal printer paper (sold separately).
Auto-start function that allows timing to commence at a preset time (ideal when the user isn't present at the start of a race).
Adjustable contrast level.
Battery life indicator.
Set of batteries and 2 rolls of thermal paper included.
Seiko S950 Thermal Printer Paper
Seiko S951 Thermal Printer Paper (only for use with the Seiko Large Capacity Paper Holder - S23549J).
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I give it a maximum score of 5 out of 5!
I have used this product today and it is brilliantly simple plus very easy to use!
I can not recommend this product highly enough!
It is essential to buy for the serious coach or professional time keeper. For both time keeping of athletes you coach to monitor their progress regularly.
Also at very important top athletics meeting where fast accurate printed out times are needed!
Mark Poyser | Nottingham | June 2021