PACT Club Timer III

$129.95
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What Does A PACT Timer Do For Me

As a student of shooting, you know that the real difference in skill shows up when you compare time-to-hit. You also know that the only way to improve your hit time is by diligent practice. The problem is that without a timer you have no way of knowing if you are moving toward you goal of hitting more quickly or sliding back. Of course any timer will give you your shot time, but you are really looking for more than that. You want a timer that teaches you what you need to know about your shooting in a simple and straightforward manner allowing you to focus on your shooting instead of jacking around with your timer.

"...As usual PACT is ahead of the competition in products and services. As a club president, match director and chief-range officer, I have used all of the various timers and I have to tell you that PACT is the best. Thank you."
-M.M., Alexandria, VA

The Club Timer III is carefully designed with this mission in mind. It will tell you everything you need to know about most strings at a glance with no button pushing at all. If you do want to review your individual shot times, it will display all the shot info at once (Shot number, split time, total time) so you don't have to page back and forth in some sort of VCR programming drill.

The PACT Club Timer

The original PACT Club Timer was designed as a rugged, inexpensive timer that was simple to operate and contains all the features needed to run matches without the advanced training software, keyboard and display of the Championship Timer. We've kept track of your compliments and criticisms of the Club Timer, as we do with all our products, and incorporated several software changes you've requested over the years. Now we've decided to take the next step. We've thrown away the mold (literally) and started with a clean sheet of paper.

You Talk We Listen - NEW Club Timer III - Super Loud Buzzer

OK...OK We hear you, you want us to speak up. You got it. Way back, 1982 or so, there were some really great buzzers. Unfortunately the specs changed for smoke alarms, and those went away. The buzzer used in almost all the small shooting timers, including the original Club Timer II, really was the loudest commercially available low frequency buzzer on the market - but they just aren't loud enough. We went on a quest to come up with a better buzzer, and after testing dozens of them over the course of a year we were not impressed - so we decided to make our own. You will be pleased with the results.

Form Follows Function

The Club Timer III is designed to fit the hand. Both the buzzer and microphone are located to the side of the timer, away from your hand, to minimize the possibility of blocking them. All the control buttons are recessed below the top of the Club Timer III so that there is no chance of accidentally pressing them as you run with the timer. Yet, when you want to press them, you'll find they fall naturally under your fingers - no more hunting for the GO button. And speaking of buttons, we've gone to a custom sealed conductive rubber keypad (the same type we use on the MKIV) along with corrosion proof contacts.

The Club Timer III is the very best choice for Club shoots because it is so simple and straight forward to use. The rugged, impact resistant case is ergonomically designed to be easy to carry or the stainless steel clip will securely hold the unit onto your belt for individual practice sessions. The large, can't miss GO button can be set for either Delay or Instant operation. Delay Mode allows a delay from 2 to 3.5 seconds before the extra loud buzzer rings. In Instant Mode the Go button is pressed and held on the Are You Ready command and the buzzer will sound instantly when the GO button is released. All critical shot information is shown on the digital, easy-to-read display, which can be set quickly to function in one of three different modes. Timer Mode: Displays the number of shots and time between shots, from first to last. Review Mode: Shows incremental times from the first to the last shot fired. Set Mode: Used to switch between Delay and Instant and enter or clear a PAR time. Uses a single, 9-volt battery (included), with auto power down after 15 minutes.

1 Review

  • 5
    Easy to use

    Posted by Vaughn Johnson on Feb 21st 2010

    I have to say, my use of any other timers has been very limited. This unit is very easy to operate, very easy to cycle through prior shots and the display is large and clear to read. I'd say from opening the package to operating it with ease, about 10 minutes.