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Understand your workout better and get more effective results with the Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart heart rate sensor. This triple-action heart rate sensor provides your real-time heart rate to mobile training apps, many Polar products and compatible gym equipment.
The Polar H7 heart rate sensor is compatible with Bluetooth Smart ready devices that support heart rate service (see compatibility list below). A separate smartphone app (such as the free Polar Beat) is required to view your heart rate data. When you use the H7 for the first time, you will need to pair it with your device. After that, wrap the H7 heart rate sensor around your chest and begin your workout.
Gym equipment with Polar heart rate technology inside will sync with the H7 heart rate sensor. This means you will get hands-free heart rate measurement. Plus, the H7 heart rate sensor picks up your heart rate only and not other heart rate monitors nearby.
• Compatible with the following Apple devices: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5/5C/5S, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad (3rd & 4th generation), iPad mini, iPod nano (7th generation)
• Compatible with the following Android devices with Android 4.3 or later: Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, LG Nexus 5
• Also works with Polar heart rate monitors using 5kHz transmission (also called GymLink). Compatible products include, but are not limited to: FT1, FT2, FT4, FT7, FT40, FT60, FT80, RS100, RS300X, RS400, RCX5. The H7 will also transfer heart rate information while swimming with these products.
Take your training on the go with Polar's complete Bluetooth Smart Mobile Training System.
Polar training app that lets you plan, train and understand the effect of your workout. Free download.
Provides real time, accurate heart rate to mobile training apps including Polar Beat.
Provides real time, accurate heart rate to mobile training apps plus connects with many Polar heart rate monitors as well as compatible gym equipment.
For runners who want to improve their technique and performance. Allows you to see speed and distance information with the Polar Beat app, whether you are running on a treadmill, indoor track or on the muddiest trail.
Keep these tips handy during your initial set up.
Polar invented the world's first heart rate monitor and pioneered the Smart Coaching training approach that delivers faster progress and better results. The H7 heart rate sensor is backed by Polar's 35 years of experience and will accurately measure every heart beat and guide you toward a more active lifestyle.
Buying a Polar product is only the start of your experience with us. We'll be there to help you get the most out of your new product. The Polar H7 includes a 2 year limited warranty.
Great heart rate monitor and very accurate. Chest strap monitors are more accurate tha wrist monitors.Published 4 days ago by Kevin
Works well stays connected through runs, cycling and circuit training. The associated app calorie count is a bit high though but it's always a bit of a guess.Published 4 days ago by Therubberplant
So far as I can tell this thing is pretty damn accurate. It took a little while getting an understanding of it so I could hook it up with runkeeper though. Read morePublished 8 days ago by A. N. Eades
Works great with my LG G3 and Run Keeper and also connected to an old Polar heart rate watch that I had, great item.Published 8 days ago by Richie
I am sooo angry - I have now been scammed twice by these people (more fool me). I train regularly and seriously, and I need a gadget of this nature as a tool of the trade - i.e. Read morePublished 12 days ago by P H.
pairs well with the Polar Loop (occasionally have drop outs when working out) and does what it says. Good design.Published 14 days ago by Mr. Lewis
Very slim, very discrete even under swim suit and communicates well with my polar loop. Helps me to balance fat burn and fit activitiesPublished 16 days ago by Amanda Duncan