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Beurer Heart Rate Monitor
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The Beurer PM15 heart rate monitor operates without needing a chest strap, allowing you to monitor your heart rate and set a training zone, with upper and lower limits according to your work out. No more hassle with chest straps slipping down whilst training. All you need to do is attach the monitor to your wrist and touch the sensor on the face of the monitor with your finger or thumb. Your heart rate can be determined within seconds with ECG precision by the finger-tip sensor measurement in relation to a sensor on the back of the heart rate monitor. Ideal for various sports such as: hiking, swimming or walking.
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The PM 16 is only suitable for people with smaller wrists. It is sized as a "ladies" watch so if you have large wrists it will be too small. The width of the body of the watch is about 35mm. The depth is about 14mm. The flat section that sits on your wrist is about 45mm. Maximum wrist circumference is about 19cm.
The PM 15 is sized as a "man's" watch so if you have small wrists it may be too big. The width of the body of the watch is about 40mm. The depth is about 16mm. The flat section that sits on your wrist is about 50mm. Maximum wrist circumference is about 21cm.
Setting up is very easy: follow the instructions in the box to set your sex and age and the watch will automatically set your maximum safe heart rate and a minimum heart rate for an effective workout. You can change these limits manually if you choose.
In use: Works well once you have got a bit of a sweat up. You need to press a button under the clock face and hold it for about five seconds to get a reading so may not be suitable for people who don't want to stop exercising to check their rate.
It doesn't work terribly well on dry skin or very hairy wrists until you are sweating - you can use it, however, but smearing a thin coating of saliva on the back of the watch (or using using some conductive gel according to the manual). This is why I have not given it 5 stars.Read more ›
Now about the product. The delivery was very prompt. The watch itself is thicker than I thought and looks a bit plasticky but good nevertheless. It does everything that it claims to and does it quite well. Although it sometimes doesn't want to read my pulse for some unknown reasons. Maybe it's because my wrist is a bit too hairy. In the instruction it is said that using a special gel will solve any problem of this sort. Anyway, when the watch does give a measurement it does it very precisely and I mean it! I would say that a standard deviation of the measurement would be +-1-2 beats/min which is nothing.
All in all, it is a nice product which has everything that I need but unfortunately I cannot give it 5 stars as the watch doesn't give pulse measurements every single time, especially when training. I guess I will need to buy that gel and then try its precision. Nevertheless, I would definitely recommend this product. Though please bear in mind that it is my first product of this kind and I cannot compare it to any similar devices.
The one thing you should bear in mind though is this: My dad runs on a treadmill and was hoping to place the watch in one of the cup-holders and only pick it up from time to time to check his heart rate. What makes this tricky is that you need to be touching the metal part of the watch behind the face to get a reading.
I would definately recommend this watch for someone who is looking for a monitor without a chest strap.
The watch is comfortable, but as others have reported it's sometimes not enthusiastic about measuring the pulse. Additionally, when measuring twice, the two measurements differ by about 10bpm or other times just 1-2bpm.
The displayed alarm/chrome symbols might be mixed up as the bell shows when the chrome is enabled, when in typical watches the bell shows when the *alarm* is enabled.
However it's packed with features (waterproof, countdown timer, stopwatch, etc) and looks pretty snazzy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Watch does not work after using it for a month. I would like a refund. How do I go about this??????Published 1 month ago by Dyfed Thomas
bought this for use as a heart rate monitor whilst using my exercise bike-it is very accurate and well worth the money.Published 12 months ago by paul towers
Works great. All the functions I expected. Looks good. Build quality is better than the really cheap equivalents you can buy - tried a couple of those, and they just didn't last. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ybliat
The Monitor has a defect. A defect of the worst kind, it did not function on start-up and still does not function at all.
I thought I was buying German reliability. Read more
Half the time it doesn't register my heart beat but just shows the time of day. Half the time it does register the heart beat but I can't work out why.Published on 26 May 2014 by Mrs Diana Kiral
not as good as others say, works intermitenly sometimes reads pulse very well or more often does`nt , handy as a small watch as a heart rate monitor , not really !!!!!!!!!!!!!!Published on 7 Mar. 2014 by P. barton
Oh I had such high expectations of this as reviews were not too bad. Broke after one wear and has just 'died' with a blank screen and won't wake up. Useless, do not buy.Published on 27 Feb. 2014 by Loraine
It did what I bought it for, allowing me to monitor my heart rate whilst walking on my treadmill.
Only down side is for anyone like myself who suffers from Tinnitus they will... Read more
Just what I wanted works well. Good value.Obviously it is not the best available but at 20 quid its fine.Published on 4 Jan. 2014 by EK