Interval Timer - HITKING®

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About this app

HITKING® is a professional easy-to-use interval timer that simplifies your training. The interval timer comes with useful features and the ability to record your own sounds and reminders. This makes the timing easier, more efficient and makes the workout more motivating to carry out. We have also integrated a hitcounter function for boxing.

Gives you even more useful functions in addition to those included in the free version:
• Alert functions
• Preparation time function (get ready)
• Recordable voice reminders (Allows you to record your own voice or sound message for work, rest and alerts)
• Bell and horn as choosable sounds
• Enable or disable sound
• Vibration on or off
• Option to turn off questions regarding connection of HITKING® bluetooth device.
• When the hit counter unit is used, you can register hits under your own selectable name, which simplifies the cataloging of hits.

- Completely free full functional interval timer
- Portrait and landscape mode
- 100% add-free
- Spotify compatible
- Abillity to connect to hit counter (hit registration need additional hit counter unit)

We wish you an effective, challenging and productive workout!

• The HITKING® workout timer is used by boxers and other martial art fighters as: runners, coaches, personal trainers, fitness athletes, fotball players as well as other training practitioners in more than 70 countries all over the world.

HITKING® is a registered trademark of PIRA/SafeE AB in Sweden, for further info visit
Updated on
May 30, 2023

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