FINIS Swim Coach Communicator, Black - Athletix.ae
FINIS Swim Coach Communicator, Black - Athletix.ae
FINIS Swim Coach Communicator, Black - Athletix.ae

FINIS Swim Coach Communicator, Black

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Patented bone conduction speakers deliver crystal clear audio through the cheekbones to the inner ear, without the Use of earbuds. Place on your Temple bones (not over your ears)
Allows coaches to provide swimmers with real time stroke corrections, pace, splits and more.
Uses Bluetooth transmission from your Smartphone to the device's receiver keep the receiver above the water for a successful signal.
All you need is a smartphone simply download the FINIS live mobile application, and use The microphone to communicate with your swimmers.
Waterproof IPX8 (up to 3 meters) and rechargeable lithium ion Battery..Material Type: PlasticFinally, the solution coaches have been looking for - a way to speak to swimmers as they swim! The coach communicator works by using a Bluetooth signal from a smartphone to a receiver located on the back of the swimmer's head. The ability for coaches to be able to communicate in real-time to their swimmers will change the world of swimming. Swimmers can instantly correct their stroke technique and adjust tempo to prevent bad habits from forming during practice.Finally, the solution coaches have been looking for - a way to speak to swimmers as they swim! The coach communicator works by using a Bluetooth signal from a smartphone to a receiver located on the back of the swimmer's head. The ability for coaches to be able to communicate in real-time to their swimmers will change the world of swimming. Swimmers can instantly correct their stroke technique and adjust tempo to prevent bad habits from forming during practice.

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