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The chronograph seems to get accurate readings. There’s no way to know for sure I think, but its readings line up well with other information. It has a rough way of attaching the steel rods to the main unit, but it works just fine. It comes with a bag to put the prices in which works well and is small. Gives m/s and ft/s info. For batteries, the unit takes one 9v and is plugged in roughly. It has a free hanging appendage inside the battery compartment that you plug the 9v into. I had to bend an end of that to fit Duracell 9 volts in there, but it worked. The unit also seems to overheat in direct sunlight, because after leaving it there in the sun, it would turn off and wouldn’t turn back on until I put it inside to cool down. otherwise, it works fine. This graph is for less serious people. For the price, it’s a good deal.
You get what you pay for.
I wanted a cheap chronograph and that's what I got. Complete plastic construction but can attach to your phone and be used with a free download app. All is neat other then it only reads about 75% of the time. It's my only complaint, but a pretty strong complaint as I do alot of air gun shooting and testing.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: niceshop99
Un chrono qui fait son bien le job
le chrono fonctionne très bien pour le tir à l'air comprimé cal. 4.5mm et se fixe sur trépied. Consommation électrique tout à fait correcte. J'ai installé un projecteur halogène 100W au dessus, et cela fonctionne par tous les temps en intérieur. Je n'ai pas testé d'autres types de tir (armes à feu, arc,...) Juste un problème, la transmission des data avec le câble jack audio fourni ne fonctionne pas avec mon smartphone samsung xcover3, j'ai été obligé d'acheter un câble USB. Par contre, cette transmission fonctionne très bien avec les 2 samsung d'un ami: "grand prime" et "S3 mini". Le logiciel "chronograph" est à télécharger sur play store. logiciel succinct mais qui remplit son office: enregistrer des séries de tirs. Le colis est arrivé ouvert (par la douane qui au passage a pris 37€ de taxes, pas prévues dans le prix).
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: ecop!
The chrono is awesome
I needed a chrono because I build custom air rifles and pistols. It's imperative to test each one and be able to back the weapon up with accurate data. Especially with the expense involved. The Caldwell performs flawlessly. Also being able to pair it with my iPad orviphone is fantastic. The unit I bought paid for itself basically the 1st time I used it to test a custom rifle I built for a gentleman in the UK. It comes with a nice case and the app is free from the Apple Store. The only complaint I have is not buying one sooner.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: littledanish0714
My strategy/approach was to buy the cheapest unit I could find that had enough good reviews to indicate that the unit could work
THIS IS MY FIRST CHRONO AND I CLOSED MY EYES AND WENT FOR IT! After spending a whole day reading reviews and watching videos of different units I bought this one. First time users of course have to experience the world of (exceptable) lighting conditions and all that comes with the dance of maintaining the right kind and amount of light above the 2 sensors so that the unit works and is accurate. As far as reviews go, check out the reviews for the higher priced units and yes you will find the same complaints regardless of price. My strategy/approach was to buy the cheapest unit I could find that had enough good reviews to indicate that the unit could work well enough to get the job done. Many people gave this basic chronograph good reviews and like the better units some complained of getting a lemon. After playing with this chrono for just a few hours ( and doing the research) I am comfortable in knowing what to look for in a chrono I believe. Fortunately this (my first ever) unit seems to work perfectly out of the box and with all types of projectiles both fast and slow. For example i have a spring loaded BB pistol that shoots at 100 FPS and have shot hand loaded bullets at over 3700 FPS with consistence accurate readings. The phone/tablet app loaded fast and worked as described (except the app will not allow for deletion of error shots without saving then editing) This unit is basic in that it will only give a readout of the speed and do no calculations UNLESS it is paired with a android/apple phone or tablet and a external source application for various computations. This I like because my eyesight is poor and I would rather have my data displayed remotely next to me. Plus I can customize my remote display device and type. The unit is well built well and is sturdy and the readout is large enough and instant. Basically just 3 functions on one switch which are OFF- feet per second- meters per second. Other than that their are 2 ports for data connection to a external device which are a usb type port and a ear phone type plug. This unit takes a 9 volt battery and the battery compartment is big enough to hold a spare battery. This unit does have a camera mount type thread receiver on the bottom for using on a tripod or other type holding set up. I feel fortunate that I bought a unit that works as advertised,of good quality, and really cheap ($69.00) Not sure if I will ever need anything more but I can understand the value and preference of having a unit that does the string calculations WITHOUT having to utilize external devices and cables so this model may not be what some need or want, especially when you can get such features for for just a few dollars more.
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