Split seconds? The bobs are not down, and this ETS ringed bird is already in the clock!
To win a pigeon race, you know that every second counts. Electronic Timing Systems (ETS) for pigeon racers have set a new standard in pigeon racing for speed, accuracy and ease of use.
Split seconds sometimes separate the winners from the losers. With a traditional clock, there is no way to time several birds within seconds of one another, but with a Electronic Timing System, you can achieve flawless clocking of several birds "on the drop." No more wasted seconds in catching the pigeon, removing the countermark from the pigeon's leg, putting it into the clock, and turning the handle before moving on to the next pigeon that's been waiting to be clocked.
Fanciers who use an Electronic Timing System (ETS) have several other important advantages over traditional clocks. You can clock several races simultaneously. Record your week-day training tosses, for smarter pooling the night of the basketing. Or when a pigeon race conflicts with a family outing or a fishing trip or a football game, an Electronic Timing System (ETS) will clock all your birds for you.
We even know of some guys who have fallen asleep on race day while they're waiting on the birds to come in, and because they had an Electronic Timing System (ETS), they didn't miss a pigeon. And the race information stored in the Electronic Timing System (ETS) is secure and cannot be manipulated.
Read on to find out more about the range of Electronic Timing System (ETS) that can be tailored to your loft and your budget.
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Click on the UNIKON picture to go to their site
Click on the Bricon picture to go to their site
Irish Homing Union ETS Rules
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