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Ultrasport Bluetooth 4.0 Chest Belt - Black

by Ultrasport
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
RRP: 34.99
Price: 30.97 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Heart rate monitor as an accessory for Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones
  • Compatible with iPhone 4S/5, iPad 3G (or later), iPod Touch 5G, iPod Nano 7G, and Android
  • Integrated electrodes
  • Detachable transmission part with adjustable chest strap
  • Battery operated (CR2032 lithium battery included)
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 59 g
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  • Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 311700000033
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Feb 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,086 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Ultrasport Bluetooth 4.0 Washable Textile Chest Strap
A Heart for Target-Oriented Training

Anyone who jogs, walks, or otherwise exercises on a regular basis has certainly thought about measuring his or her heart rate for targeted training. The NavRun Bluetooth chest strap is the perfect complement to your iPhone or similar mobile device with Bluetooth capability. Electrodes in the strap transmit heart rate data wirelessly to your particular phone. All you need is an HR (Heart Rate) app, which is free for most phones. On the Internet you will find a variety of training apps (for example: runkeeper, runtastic, Endomondo, i-gotU Sports etc. )

Optimal Fit, Ultimate Comfort

Convenience and comfort of technical equipment during training is important. The NavRun Bluetooth chest strap measures not only heart rate but also adapts perfectly to the body and its movement. The transmitter consists of an elastic textile electrode strap and a transmitter unit. It is easy to put on and easy to re-open via the side opening mechanism.

Keep it Clean

The NavRun chest strap is worn directly below the bust, and the measuring electrodes fit snugly against the body. The transmitting unit is secured to the electrodes with two snaps on the belt. This special attachment has two advantages that set this chest strap apart from others: on one hand, the battery cover has no direct contact with the skin thus avoiding unpleasant chafing, and on the other hand, the transmitter part is easy and straightforward to remove, allowing you to wash the chest strap at 40°C.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Ultrasport Bluetooth 4.0 Chest Belt - black. 26 Jun 2014
By catherine VINE VOICE
Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What's this?)
As a piece of equipment this is well made,and very functional. The chest belt is both comfortable,and well fitted, and really doesn't move during excercise.
However, the Ultrasport is sadly lacking in instruction for use. Pairing it with my
Nexus was fairly straightforward, but actually finding an app to interpret the data was a little more challenging. A friend recommended Edomondo, and after a bit of faffing about, this seems to work well.
It's a shame, because this, with a little more attention to instructional detail, could have been a 4/5 star review.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Solid quality, needs better instructions 25 Jun 2014
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The Ultrasport as a piece of equipment feels well made and sits snugly when doing exercise. And the pairing with my Nexus went fine and was quick to do. That is probably the best parts of it as things stand with the product I was sent.

I believe Ultrasport have already picked up my major concern and that is the poor instructions with the device and lack of any clarity on how to actually use the thing. I fortunately had Endomondo already on my phone and after a bit of trial and error I got it to use the Ultrasport monitor. Readings seemed pretty accurate but it did drop out a couple of times. However it wasn't completely disastrous and for the most part has proved reliable since. It could be down to the fact it seems very important to adequately lubricate the sensors, or it could just be it needed a run out to settle in.

This could easily be a 4 star + product if the instructions are better and it is made simpler to use. At the moment 3 stars seems fair in terms of it being good quality and working reliably after a bit of an effort.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quite good, but not 100% reliable 22 May 2014
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I got this HR monitor to replace another cheaper one that's a bit hit-and-miss, especially on cycling trips. This one is everso slightly more complicated to set up, and does need both electrodes on either side dampened before use (a little bit of spit rubbed on them is fine if you're in a hurry!). It comes with the battery already fitted (slightly concerning that this doesn't have one of the little strips of plastic to stop it running down while it's sitting in stock before it gets to you), but it worked fine on first use.

It paired pretty seamlessly with my iPhone5, running Strava, and off I went for my first run. It worked fine, although it did drop out on a couple of occasions for a minute or so, totally inexplicably. Subsequent runs and bike rides have been without incident, but my confidence has just been everso slightly knocked by that first run. On the plus side, the main reason I was replacing my old one was because it simply wouldn't work reliably at all for cycling, so with this one being hassle free for cycling, I know I've got the old one for backup on runs if required.

Otherwise, build is fine, and it looks like it'll last. The strap is broad, easily adjusted, and comfortable.

All in all, a pretty decent product.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Is it just me, or... 19 May 2014
Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What's this?)
Pairing the device to my Nexus 7 was simple and took seconds, literally, so that tells me the device has power and works.

But... how do I access the readings?

No app comes with this device or instructions on how to locate such an app and a search of the Play Store and Amazon Store came up with nothing, also.

Lastly, what is the point of wetting the NON-POROUS, WATER-RESISTANT contact pads, on the inside of the strap, with a "damp cloth" or "saliva" when this just beads away instantly?

Flawed technology and inadequate instructions.
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