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Old 07-30-2013, 08:06 AM   #1
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Diablo Biker IPHONE Lap Timer App

Has anyone used the Diablo Biker Lap Timer App and does it seem to be accurate compared to a sensor Lap Timer (IPHONE APP uses GPS)?

Just downloaded it (FREE) and will try it this weekend but don't have anything to compare it to.
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It won't be as accurate as a stand-alone GPS laptimer as the iphone sensor's refresh rate isn't as fast, but it'll get you within a few tenths.

However, when you crash, do you really want to destroy your laptimer AND your cellphone?
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Yup. Just be sure to turn the app on in advance.
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I have had this app. I use it on and off, depending on if a becon is out with my XT timer. I've run both before just to compare, and essentially I will say it is usually within 2 seconds of the XT. Sometimes it is quicker, sometimes slower. I've never seen it outside 2 seconds though.
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