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Unread 09-04-2013, 05:18 PM
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Re: MagnetoSpeed.com

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I was one of the shooters in the test Ordered a Magneto speed right after!!
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    Re: MagnetoSpeed.com

    I really like mine. I read where some people have overtightened the strap and broke the bracket.I put mine on snug and check it carefully between shots.
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    Unread 09-04-2013, 08:39 PM
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    Gonna ask question and prob sound dumb, But how are these chrono's powered? Battery pack? 9 volt-6 volt? I apologize if it is a obvious answer. I just have not really looked at them or read a lot about them. Just thought I would ask.
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    Re: MagnetoSpeed.com

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    Gonna ask question and prob sound dumb, But how are these chrono's powered? Battery pack? 9 volt-6 volt? I apologize if it is a obvious answer. I just have not really looked at them or read a lot about them. Just thought I would ask.
    Not sure which unit you are referring to? But in general many are powered by a 9V battery.

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    Unread 09-04-2013, 08:56 PM
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    Thanks BROZ for reply. Meant all chronographs. I was thinking 9 volt minimum but wasn't sure. Thought I would ask anyway. Thanks again for reply.
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    Re: MagnetoSpeed.com

    Specific to the Magneto Speed this is copied from the instructions.

    "The MagnetoSpeed display unit uses four AAA batteries. The battery
    life is typically over 100 hours with the backlight OFF and over 30 hours
    with the backlight ON. When you need to replace the batteries, simply
    unscrew the two screws from the back, swap out all"
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    Re: MagnetoSpeed.com

    They are flying off the shelves here at the LRH Store.

    Thanks for the product suggestion, Broz.
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