New "Racingline" Ratemeters

New "Racingline" Ratemeters

Post by Anu Dudhi » Sun, 15 Aug 1999 04:00:00


I notice there's a new (UK) company which produces a ratemeter for 60
pounds - it appears to do a lot more than the NK Strokecoach but at
around 40% of the UK price.

http://www.atracingline.com/

Has anyone tried their product? Got any comments you'd like to share?

 
 
 

New "Racingline" Ratemeters

Post by Adam N. Gra » Tue, 17 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Looks good. The first competitor I have seen recently though it doesn't do
speed etc which people tend to want to see now...

 
 
 

New "Racingline" Ratemeters

Post by Christopher Anto » Tue, 17 Aug 1999 04:00:00

I noticed that they had a stall at Stourport Regattas, but was far too
busy coxing to go and have a look. There may be lots there who did
though.



Quote:
>I notice there's a new (UK) company which produces a ratemeter for 60
>pounds - it appears to do a lot more than the NK Strokecoach but at
>around 40% of the UK price.

>http://www.atracingline.com/

>Has anyone tried their product? Got any comments you'd like to share?

--
Christopher Anton

 
 
 

New "Racingline" Ratemeters

Post by Jim Beswic » Thu, 19 Aug 1999 04:00:00

The Racingline Ratemeter which my company makes (- take this as a plug if
you want) is a very simple entry level ratemeter, aimed at the niche below
NK.  Typically at beginners, recreational rowers and students.
I will be adding some more details to the website (atracingline.com) by the
weekend.  If any one has any questions let us know.

Thanks for the interest

Jim