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Polar Stride Sensor Bluetooth Smart
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- Measures each stride you take to show running speed and distance
- Helps to assess leg muscular strength and power output and neuromuscular fatigue (requires Polar V800)
- Running Index feature is available through the Polar Beat Training App
- 600 hours operating lifetime with Polar Beat training app
- Compatible with Bluetooth smart ready heart rate montitors and mobile devices
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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.
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In use it opens up new options on the V800 and provides MUCH better view of pace as you run - immediate feedback and no erroneous readings due to GPS errors from tall buildings or whatever. (Incidentally, in contrast to what you may read elsewhere, the V800 allows you to choose whether to use the stride sensor or GPS for speed info). I imagine the same would be true for any user running with an iphone instead of a watch as their training computer.
Accuracy wise, it did take a little bit more calibration to bed in than I expected but this can be done both automatically via the GPS and manually. Different calibration settings can be stored by sport eg treadmill running, road running, etc. which I thought is pretty good and helps to optimize accuracy (on the V800).
Calibrating on a treadmill is ok as you know the distance you have covered. I don't know how easy it would be if you were on the road unless you used a GPS app as well to get you exact distance.
When I bought it I expected it to operate as a pedometer as well but it doesn't seem to perform this function. If anyone out there knows if there is a way to do this please post
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not what i was expected.unacurate pace and distance...Published 8 months ago by KONTOURIS KONSTANTINOS
Falls our for about 30 sek during training. Do not know why. Online once per excercisePublished 20 months ago by andreas rasmussen