MonkeyBones 10Hz GPS Lap Timer - Circuit / Hill climb / Drag race / 0-100 times

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MonkeyBones 10Hz GPS Lap Timer

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Suitable for race cars, road bikes, MX, kart racing and just about any sport where lap timing is relevant the MonkeyBones GPS Lap Timer is the simplest and best value for money GPS lap timing system on the market. A straight forward display with easy to use buttons, this unit is a reliable and inexpensive way to autonomously monitor your lap times without the hassle of using an infrared system and setting up a transponder. The high speed internal GPS does all the work for you!

Simply mount the unit to your bike or car with the GPS receiver in an appropriate position for good GPS reception. Then turn on and wait for the unit to acquire satellites. Complete the "out" lap, and as you past the start/finish line press the Enter button, and the unit will remember the position of the start/finish line and proceed to record lap times... It's that simple!

As well as circuit timing, this unit is also capable of timing hill climbs (point to point racing), quarter mile runs, 0-100kph and 0-50kph. Which makes it super handy for preformance testing!

  • Power 3.7v
  • Run time between charges: 20 hours plus
  • Charge time: USB 2 hours
  • Stores up to 99 laps per session
  • Weight (with battery) 120 grams
  • GPS 10Hz refresh rate
  • GPS line width 15m
  • GPS receiver cable length: 1500mm
  • Dimensions - width 73mm / height 50mm / thickness 16mm
  • GPS Lap Timing Unit
  • 3.7v battery
  • Instructions
  • USB connectivity/charge cable
  • Stickers 

Click here to download the MonkeyBones GPS Lap Timer instructions


Brand Monkeybones
Shipping Weight 0.3000kg
Shipping Width 0.200m
Shipping Height 0.150m
Shipping Length 0.050m


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