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Old 06-02-05, 07:08 AM   #1
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I am new to biking and I thinking of getting a HRM which ones do you all think are good and how do they work?
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This question is too general.
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1. Polar are good.

2. They pick up the weak electrical impulse of each heartbeat and transmit it to the wrist unit where you read it.

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I just picked up a Sigma PC 14...hi/lo alarms, stopwatch, bike mount, e-bay!
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