StylusTimer Turntable Odometer

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Never Worry About How Many Hours Are on Your Cartridge Again: StylusTimer Turntable Odometer Tracks Listening Time, Protects LPs from Damage, Proves Simple and Indispensable.

Know exactly how many hours you've logged on your cartridge, know when it is time to replace it, and protect your vinyl LP collection from potential damage from a worn stylus – all for less than $20 with the StylusTimer turntable odometer. With StylusTimer, any worry or wonder about when you need a cartridge replacement goes away. You can either use the general rule of thumb – 1,000 hours of play time – or use your ears as you'll know just how long it has been digging into LP grooves. Such data proves particularly important to vinyl lovers with high-end cartridges. You can also use StylusTimer to track tube time on components and time with a turntable belt. In other words, get a few!

Housed in an integrated stand and featuring a brush metal finish, this elegant analog accessory operates on a single AAA battery (not included) and even remembers the hours when you change the battery. And to prevent any accidental resets, StylusTimer will not start over at zero hours unless you hold down the "reset" button for three seconds. Genius!

Simple, convenient, and indispensable, StylusTimer is the kind of device that will prod you to ask "why didn't I think of that?" Thankfully, someone did, and you can reap the benefits. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.

"StylusTimer™ is a handy cartridge odometer... At having more than one on hand shouldn't be a problem for any record lover." – Michael Fremer, Analog Planet

"Now you can accurately track the amount of groove time and the ‘age' of your cartridge with this odometer-like vinyl gadget" – Paul Rigby, The Audiophile Man

"The StylusTimer effectively acts as an odometer for your needle by counting the hours it spends in the grooves of your record collection." – The Ear

"Sometimes the simplest things are the most genius." – Hi-Fi Trends