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TaisaKisu 01-07-2012 07:09 PM

TaisaKisu Reviews the Virtue Clock
Hey everyone. I figured I'd start contributing more via the forums here as I'm mostly active in the BST section. :p I've been getting busy with many other forums I frequent but I figured it wouldn't hurt to get more feedback from the wonderful Mcarterbrown members here. ^_^

I can be found on,,,, and as Ichikisu via BTWarriors Online,,, and forums.

Here's my quick review of the Virtue Clock. You can expect to see more of this device during my videos at fields I attend throughout the 2012 paintballing year. :D

Please enjoy! Thank you.

DSA 01-18-2012 03:52 PM

Hey amigo I love the large screen on that thing. Thus far what's your take after using it a bit more and what is the price range? All I could find was $189.99 yikes

Thanks E.

shadow_772 01-18-2012 06:17 PM

I think it was about a hundred bucks. I know it is F/S over at ANS if you want a few details.

richter 01-18-2012 06:45 PM

how close are the chrono speeds compare to the big red?

Tenit 01-22-2012 08:24 PM

I just tried mine with a big red today. It was anywhere from +1-4 fps higher then the big red but pretty much right in line with it. I was having a bit of a problem getting it positioned with the red and the clock while freezing my fingers off. Overall I was extremely happy to find it so close to the red readings.

I'd like to try it again and control the placement a little better.

TaisaKisu 01-23-2012 06:04 PM

Tenit, try mounting the Clock to a camera tripod like I did. Reduces the need for you to hold onto the grip. It's meant for portable chronoing for refs that are on the field.

DSA, sorry for the late reply (forgot to ensure I was subscribed to this thread. Too many forums to jump across. :p) I absolutely love the Clock. It's perfect for outlaw ball, compact, easy to store, doesn't require so many batteries, ease of use and programming as well as much easier to hold onto compared to other portable chronographs.

richter, Tenit is pretty much right. It read about 2fps higher on average and no more than 3fps but it's right about the same with the big red.

shadow_77, with the amount of time and research Virtue put into this device, I felt the price tag I bought it at ($189.99) was about perfect. There is a lot that goes into this device that you'll never find on any other chronograph.

Sorry for the late reply fellas. Trucking career keeps me plenty busy, 13.5 hours per day on average, 5 days a week and usually sleeping in on weekends unless I'm asked to come out and ball. :P

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