Ultimate OE Series 3 equestrian event watch

$179.00 (incl. GST & free delivery in NZ)


The Optimum Time OE Series 3 Equestrian Event Watch (390 Range) is the next progression from the 380 Range with all the popular features of that very successful model but now with some exciting and useful new developments.

The big improvement with the Optimum Time OE Series 3 Equestrian Event Watch is the programmable count up.  You can program in the course time, then press “START / STOP” and the timer will count-up towards that time while giving a beep to signal each minute passing before moving into the final 30-second warning beep sequence.

The 390 Range has an elasticated strap that can be worn directly on the wrist or stretched to be positioned over the jacket sleeve to suit your preference.

Event Watch  – Features:

  • Large 65mm overall ABS case
  • 38 x 20mm display size
  • Very big 16mm digit height
  • Single-row display
  • Adjustable viewing angle
  • Elasticated strap for both wrist or over-sleeve wearing
  • Water resistant to 5atm
  • Shock-resistant construction
  • Normal timekeeping mode (12 or 24 hr).

Specialist Eventing Timer Functions:

  • Count down from programmable time with alarm at zero
  • Last 30 secs warning alarm sequence
  • Minute alarm on each full minute remaining
  • Count up to programmable time with alarm
  • Minute alarm every full minute elapsed on Count up
  • Alarm sounds can be turned off.
Perfect for pony club, cross country, and time trials. 
A must-have for all equestrians!

TESTIMONIALSUltimate Equestrian Event Watch:

“Had my first go with the watch today doing fitness work and wanted to let you know it’s awesome! I’ve had an optimum time event watch before but this one is much flasher and is super easy to use and ride with, it beeps all the time!! Thanks so much can’t wait to use it out on the cross country course!”

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