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Heart Rate Monitors choice

Old 04-08-24, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha
Mine is as good as any electrical monitor Iíve used and doesnít give me dermatitis on my chest the way every one of them did.
What he said.
Mine has outlasted any strap monitor I've owned, and is a lot more comfortable. Give cadence too - with no external sensors. Magic.
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Old 04-09-24, 06:12 AM
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I also use a Scosche Rhythm+ bicep optical HR sensor.

The Garmin chest straps give me skin rash in the summer heat.
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