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Old 09-27-09, 07:13 PM   #1
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Heart rate monitor

Hi, i have looked and there are many to choose from, just want to see what you guys's opinion on any particular unit to look at. i am looking for a simple to use,not much wiring involves,what about the one made like a wrist watch,,thanks a lot,ride on.
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Working out in a fitness club with Life Fitness equipment featuring Polar technology? Get a Polar brand HR monitor and you can use all of the programs on that exercise bike, treadmill, or eliptical trainer.
Taking spin classes with lots of others wearing HR monitors? Get a coded transmitter.
Want a comfortable chest strap and replaceable batteries that picks up HR like an ECG? Get a Wearlink transmitter.
Want to be able to set your target zone for a given workout?
Would you like bike computer functions?
Would you like to upload data to a computer and see what your heart rate did during your workout?
See polar's web site to compare models
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