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|by Bonnie Madderom||Date Added: Tuesday 04 February, 2014|
All knitters would love this counter. This is the second one I have owned. Last one gave out after years of daily use.
|by Belle Lynn||Date Added: Thursday 26 December, 2013|
The counter is exactly what I needed and price is great too.
|by mike||Date Added: Tuesday 10 September, 2013|
These work good for keeping track of patrons in your bar, the beeping is annoying but does indicate that you clicked them in
|by William B Haddon||Date Added: Friday 09 August, 2013|
There were lots of reviews that had criticisms of the GOGO, so I was pretty worried. So far, though, it has been exactly what I need. Quiet, accurate, and durable.
|by Doug Varney||Date Added: Saturday 29 December, 2012|
I am finding it useful for rehab PT for replaced knee. I can concentrate on the exercise and let it handle the count.
|by Betty J. Maroscher||Date Added: Thursday 27 December, 2012|
I have lost 70 pounds this year and had both knees replaced. I am busy doing lots of Physical Therapy exercises for rehabilitation after surgry and also doing exercises in the Wellness Center to lose weight. My mind wanders as I think about other things while doing lots of reps and I forget how many sets I have done so I needed a tally to help me. This counter is easy to use, small and easy to handle while you work out and solved my problem. I sm 78 years old and thought perhaps I was having the problem keeping track of my sets because of my age, but the Wellness Center Coordinator said she also uses a counter and she is decades younger than I; so if you have that problem this is probably a good solution for you too. Also, when doing my leg extension for rehab after a knee replacement, I have to hold it very straight for several minutes with my heel propped up on a high bolster and gravity pulling down my extension -- very painful -- the counter lets me know when I can stop.