NK Speed Coach SUP!

Hello everyone!

I was wondering…

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Man, I wish I knew how ridiculously fast I am going because I’m such an amazing paddler and everyone else pales in comparison to my titan strength and awe-inspiring physique.”

Yes?

No?

Or maybe you just thought, “Man, I wish I knew how fast I am going.”

Well, either way, now you can with the new NK SpeedCoach GPS for SUP!

So what can it do?

It can track your:

  • Distance
  • Distance Per Stroke
  • Stroke Count
  • Stroke Rate
  • Elapsed Time
  • Speed/Split
  • Average Speed                                                 


They don’t call it the Speed COACH for nothing. It even yells at you like your high school coach used to do when you dogged it during practice.

What’s that?

It doesn’t yell at you?

Alright, but at least it does all those other things.


For those racers out there, listen up:

Because it tracks your distance per stroke you can tinker with your form until you find the technique that produces the most distance with the best stroke possible, thus increasing your speed. That’s pretty impressive. It has to be impressive because I used the word “thus.”


But along those lines you can also see what your stroke rate is and combine that with the stroke that produces the most distance. So, theoretically speaking, you should know exactly what type of stroke you should be using and the rate at which you should be paddling, giving you the exact paddle stroke you should be practicing every time you paddle.
The guessing game no longer exists. Pretty cool.

These features are also pretty cool:

  • 200 Data Point Memory
  • 5 Hz GPS
  • Automatic Backlight
  • Lanyard
  • Lightweight & Durable
  • Protective Bumper
  • Rechargeable Batteries
  • Soft-Carry Pouch
  • Wireless

And lastly, there are two different models: One with a heart rate monitor and one without!

So come on into Walk on Water and check it out!




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One thought on “NK Speed Coach SUP!

  1. Reply
    Robert love
    January 2, 2015 at 5:04 am

    Thanks looks like a great product. Looking to buy one used for around $ 100. My budget

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