• A stopwatch is a handheld timer used in sporting events such as track meets, swim meets, triathlons and other time-lapse games
• It is designed to be manually started, for example at the beginning of an event, then stopped with the press of a button at the exact moment a runner crosses a finish line, a swimmer reaches the end lap or a skier sails past the final gate
• Coach uses stopwatch for training and practices
• 50m Water Resistance
• Battery life: 10 years
• Japan Quartz Movement
• Stopwatch function - 1/100 sec. - 30 min
• Working Range: Up to 23 Hr 59 Min 59 Sec
• Split Time
• Display - Hour, Minute, Second, Month, Date, and Day of the Week
• Daily Alarm and Hourly Chime
• 12/24-hour format
Japan CBM Corporation released the Q&Q branded watches in October 1976 to the world markets.
In 1999, Q&Q sales reached to 20 million pieces in quantity and are now one of the biggest watch brands in the world.
Japan CBM Corporation leads the world in sales of popularly priced watches and clocks.