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Luvay Digital Metronome – Mini Portable, Multifunctional, Clip on, Beat Tempo – with Battery for Piano, Guitar, Violin, Drum, Flute etc. (Black)

July 18, 2018 - Comment

Portable kit tool handbag: easy to carry, 13 x 6 x 1.5 (inches) Rubber wedge mute X3: 3.4 inches long Felt mute X1: 3.8 inches long Tone tuning fork X1: 4.5 inches long Rubber mute with handle X1: 7.8 inches long Mute clamp X1: 7.0 inches longTemperament strip: 44 inches long, 0.12 inches thick Product

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(as of March 23, 2019 6:43 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Portable kit tool handbag: easy to carry, 13 x 6 x 1.5 (inches) Rubber wedge mute X3: 3.4 inches long

Felt mute X1: 3.8 inches long

Tone tuning fork X1: 4.5 inches long

Rubber mute with handle X1: 7.8 inches long

Mute clamp X1: 7.0 inches longTemperament strip: 44 inches long, 0.12 inches thick

Product Features

  • Multi-functional mini metronome, portable, clip-on design, easily fixed
  • Stereo earphone jack is available (3.5mm); User manual included
  • Tap-function: you can use the temp you have just tapped
  • Adjustable volume control: max/medium/min/Mute
  • Power Supply: 1 x 3V Cell Battery (included) – model: CR2032

Comments

Viking_review says:

Great device for the price For what you pay, this is a good metronome. I purchased it to have in my first aid pack at work should I ever need to perform CPR. It is nice to have something that can be set for 110 bpm keep you at the correct pace.Keep in mind that this device is made out of plastic and will not stand up to heavy use (or abuse). If you need something that you can throw in a case and expect to work over and over again this may not be what you want. If you want something that you can clip to your kids’ music stand and leave in place then this may be the choice for you. From a use perspective, it has an on/off button that you hold down for 2-3 seconds to turn the device on. After you have it turned on, the select button (upper left) is used to cycle through the functions of the device. The up/down arrows allow you to select the setting that you want. One thing I noticed with my device is that it does not retain the volume setting when powering down (it does retain other settings). So if…

RBM says:

A good tool for running coaches as well Using this to help a runner gradually increase his cadence to 180. It is quick and easy to use, and attaches nicely to the brim of the running cap where it is easy to turn on and off between intervals. The volume can be made quite loud, or adjusted down to reasonably quiet. It would also work well attached to shorts, if the runner preferred that.

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