TOOGOO(R) M50 Tempo Ritmo Metronomo Negro Digital LCD con Clip + Bateria
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Descripción del producto
* Diseno de clip y agujero del acollador, facil de llevar y arreglar
* Tempo: 30 a 280 lpm
* Valor de ritmo: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
* Precision: ¡À 0.001
* Tamano: 2.20 "x 1.26" x 0.51 "
* Color: negro
* Peso: 35g
* El paquete incluye:
- 1 x M50 Metronomo
- 1 x Bateria CR2032
- 1 x Manual de usuario
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The only negative point is that it doesn't sound as loud as a mechanical metronome, and setting the tempo is a little bit tricky. But once you get used to it, this thing is pretty nice.
Just got it and used it for the first time. I'm very impressed after the initial use. It is very small but seems pretty sturdy. I found it fairly intuitive and easy to set up, which was good because English does not appear to be the native language of whoever wrote the included instuctions. It has WAY more options for different rhythms and tempos than you'd need just for running. It's pretty obvious this device was actually designed as a small, portable metronome for real musicians. However, it's size, design, features, (like a built in belt clip, etc.) make it perfect as a sports metronome, too. I cannot tell how well it will stand up over time as I've only run with it once. However, as mentioned, it appears well made and pretty sturdy.
The ONLY downside I've seen so far is the time it took to ship. It took about 4 weeks. This was not a surprise as the ordering site clearly said it has a 30-40 business day standard shipping time. I thought that might be an error so I even e-mailed the company prior to ordering. They confirmed the shipping time and I suspect it's because it actually shipped from China. I considered ordering the Seiko because I could get it quicker but I couldn't justify spending 7X to get a very similar product that I wasn't even sure I'd want to keep using after I ran with it once or twice. It was worth the wait.
The beeping comes out of an external tweeter if you don't have headphones plugged in; conversely beeping only comes out of the headphones if you plug them in.
However, the beeping that comes out of the headphone jack is painfully loud, even at the lowest volume (there are three discrete volumes to choose from, as well as mute). I wish they would either reduce the volume for the headphone jack or offer a volume knob instead of three volume levels. The volume is so loud I can't even use it with headphones plugged in. I might have to buy a cheap pair of earbuds and modify them to muffle the volume.