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Repometer

Helps you keep track!
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A Repometer is a device that works much like a Pedometer except that it is designed to keep track of reps while lifting weights or while doing calisthenic activities. The small device has a magnetic base that attaches to a variety of straps or holders while also attaching to most iron and steel weight lifting equipment, so that you can accurately gauge the number and quality of your reps during an exercise program. Download to your computer for a detailed workout analysis.
jhomrighaus, Oct 01 2007

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       What? And ruin the only thing that keeps gymrats able to count to fifteen?
Galbinus_Caeli, Oct 01 2007
  

       I don't appreciate reps visiting at any time, let along whilst I am lifting weights.
vincevincevince, Oct 01 2007
  

       Given the way a pedometer works, just attach one to your wrist.
DrCurry, Oct 01 2007
  

       Oh. I thought this would help track how many times a vehicle has been repossessed.
normzone, Oct 01 2007
  

       Me too.
phundug, Oct 01 2007
  

       // Given the way a pedometer works, just attach one to your wrist.//   

       Doesnt work if you are doing leg lifts or any other leg exercise.
jhomrighaus, Oct 01 2007
  

       Surely this is the responsibility of one's personal trainers?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 01 2007
  

       I was hoping for a countdown style clock that was aware of missed payments.
cblunds, Oct 03 2007
  

       //one's personal trainers?// It is enough for my that my personal trainers soften the impact of running and keep the holes in my socks hidden from public view.
vincevincevince, Oct 03 2007
  

       Like [cblunds], I was expecting a device that would come free with goods bought on hire-purchase, and then, should the buyer fail to keep up on their payments, count down until the time at which the bailiffs turn up.   

       (Phew, how many conditional layers are in that sentence?!)
zen_tom, Oct 06 2007
  

       Disappointed - I thought this was a device that would indicate how close the repo men were from taking your car back. [-]
nuclear hobo, Oct 06 2007
  
      
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