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Oregon Scientific HR102 Heart Rate Monitor

54 customer reviews

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  • Manually programmable HI/LO heart rate training zone
  • Manually programmable HI/LO heart rate alert when out of training zone
  • Average heart rate
  • Analogue wireless chest belt
  • Clock
  • Stopwatch with count up timer: 99:59:59
  • HiGlo(TM) backlight
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Item model number: HR102
  • ASIN: B000G8OWZU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 74,416 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Product Description

An entry-level heart rate monitor that is user-friendly and easy to understand. The instant heart rate pulse reading makes it quick to get active without much delay of signals between watch and chest strap. The watch is manually programmable HI/LO heart rate training zone therefore ensuring you are staying within the zone that maximize your training either in the aerobic or anaerobic zone.

Manufacturer's Description

Whether you exercise for health or sport, Oregon Scientifics’ sports range will ensure that you get the most from your workouts. From pedometers that count your steps to heart rate monitors to make sure that your optimising your training. Oregon Scientific products are the ideal way to monitor your performance.

An entry-level heart rate monitor that is quite user-friendly and easy to understand. The instant heart rate pulse reading makes it quick to get active without much delay of signals between watch and chest strap. Watch is manually programmable HI/LO heart rate training zone, therefore, ensuring you are staying within the zone that maximize your training either in the aerobic or anaerobic zone.

Chest strap is adjustable for any body size while wearing for heart rate monitoring. In addition, the wireless radio frequency is analogue, which communicates with any fitness equipments such as stationary bikes and treadmills.

Watch also features clock. Stopwatch includes a range of 99:59:59 hours and a stopwatch precision of 1/100th second.


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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mesmer77 on 26 Dec. 2007
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Very good in the short term (about 2 weeks), but sometimes the signal just breaks between the watch and the chest strap (which monitors heart rate) and the reading is completely wrong. It now doesnt work at all. A shame really, I really had high expectations. I wouldnt buy another unit thanks to this.
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97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By T. Moss on 1 Oct. 2007
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Initially I was very pleased with the set up, a simple to use display and a very sensitive chest-strap that works with the gym machines for the very effective feedback heart rate training. However, as the other reviewer (no relation) mentioned, after a couple of weeks training, the readings were erratic, displaying an unlikely athletic 55bpm when I was a human pool of sweat, or displaying a hyperventilating kitten's heartbeat upon walking up the stairs to the gym. Changing batteries has done nothing. So personally I would recommend you do not buy this product. It is cheap but it is not good value.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ilienastazy on 11 Dec. 2007
I've tried other more expensive monitors from the likes of (rhymes with) molar and (rhymes with) fat pie, and can say this is the best one I've had to date. This beauty has a lovely blue backlight (for those of you who want to know how your heart is doing in the dark) easily accessed by a sensibly placed button on the front of the watch, a stopwatch, time of day (always useful), upper and lower HR zones with audible alarm if you stray out of your preprogrammed limits (you can switch this function off). Everything is easily set up (study the manual carefully), the chest strap/transmitter are comfortable though you do have to have it fairly tight on, especially if you're running. Comes with a bike mount (which is a definate plus) and a zipped carry pouch to keep it all in. All this for under 20 quid - brilliant.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Colin Clitheroe on 16 Mar. 2007
As an ex fitness instructor I can recomend this item, does all you would want and for less than you should expect to pay. Its as good as any I have used in a gym before and its simple to use. One of my best buys.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pete M. on 28 Sept. 2007
I bought this HRM as I didn't need auto this/that settings and it was the cheapest! It works perfectly during both road work and cycling. Both units seem well made for the price with the strap transmitter being particularly neat and comfortable in use. A number of minor niggles, the manual's a bit cryptic but there's not enough functionality to get too confused. The handlebar cut-out in the otherwise neat cycle mount is slightly too big necessitating excessive tension on the watch strap to secure it. The transmitter is constantly on whilst the battery is installed (confirmed with Oregon tech) so I'm removing the battery when not in use - would an off switch be too much bother? The receiver can only display one parameter at a time necessitating button pressing to switch between heart-rate and stop-watch for example. This can be a bit annoying on the move. Also you can't stop the stop-watch if isn't being displayed which would be nice. If you're after a basic entry level HRM it's a nice bit of kit and good value - I'd certainly recommend it and would buy this brand again.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By P. Wimpenny on 6 Feb. 2007
This Oregon HRM is a bargain at this price and records an accurate heart rate direct from a chest strap so that you can keep within a safe range of excercise for your age. When you have manually entered your minumum and maximum heart rate (formula given in the instructions) you can set an alarm to warn you when you are under and overperforming in the gym. It also has a stopwatch and cool blue light. Most of these entry level HRTs start at about £30 so I would recommend this. You won't be disappointed.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 13 Feb. 2008
I got this for Christmas last year and was thrilled as it worked well and for the first time, I was able to monitor my heart rate during spinning classes. Then, after about a month, I started getting erratic readings. A 20 min brisk walk saw my heart rate go from 90 to 180 in the space of 2 mins, and I was walking at a constant pace the whole time.

I have taken good care of it, wiping it clean after every workout, so was very disappointed when it started acting up.

I rang Amazon and the customer service desk was very helpful and are sending me a replacement. Will see how the next one holds up.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By T. P. Cherrett on 11 May 2007
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Seemed to work fine to start with, however after a week or two, started to give very erratic readings. I changed the battery in the chest strap, like they suggested, but it's got worse, the HR display ceases completely afer 30 minutes or so. I suspect sweat is getting into the device. I run 40 or 50 miles a week. Perhaps this HRM is meant for lighter use. In future, I'll go to my local running shop.
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