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Ultrasport Heart Rate Monitor with Chest Strap Run 50
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- Ideal for leisure sports.
- Fantastic for walking, hiking, running, training, cycling etc..
- Digital chest strap enables heart-rate measurement with ECG precision.
- Simple training and heart-rate monitoring.
- Manually adjustable heart-rate limits, maximum heart-rate indication to show your training level
- Ideal for recreational athletes
- Heart-rate measurement with ECG precision via chest strap
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- Runtime mode
- Heart rate mode
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- Countdown timer mode
Ultrasport Heart Rate Monitor with Chest Strap Run 50
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Ideally suited for walking, hiking, running, cycling, and other activities--the heart rate monitor is ideal for leisure sports and recreational use. The Ultrasport heart rate monitor with chest strap provides heart-rate measurement with ECG precision. The heart rate data is transmitted to the watch from electrodes in the strap.
- Includes the most important basic functions
- Easy exercise and heart rate monitoring
- Alarm function
- Date & calendar function
- Alarm, stop watch, countdown timer
- ECG accurate heart rate monitoring
- Alarm signal if the adjustable limits are exceeded/fallen short of
- Manually adjustable HR limit values
- Maximum heart rate
- Display settings to indicate if exercising within target performance zone
- Backlight function
- Includes batteries (easy exchange in transmitter)
- Detailed user manual
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Top Customer Reviews
The watch itself looks and feels good quality and reminds me a lot of an old Nike sports watch I once had. It tells the time and date and features a light, stopwatch and countdown timer. All off these are easy enough to navigate and use - its the main function that is a bit annoying.
The heart rate monitor does works and that too has some nifty features, like and optimum heart rate zone, which you can personalise to suit yourself. Work out your perfect zone for burning calories (this is easy enough to do using your age and a simple equation given to you in the instruction booklet) and you can enter it into the watch... This is where things get a bit tricky.
The instruction to do this are terrible; with things in an illogical order and ill thought out instructions. It makes it a real chore. However, keep at it and your will eventually get your head round it.
One you have your optimum heart rate zone entered, you can then set the watch up to beep when you exceed or drop below you ideal heart rate, thus ensuring an efficient workout.
It also tells you the percentage of your maximum workout rate too, so you'll know just how hard your pushing yourself. The chest strap works well, transmitting data to the watch, but it can start to slip down your chest a bit when you get sweaty and you're moving about.
Overtall, I'm happy with the device. It does what's asked of it, it's just it was about 5 or 6 workouts before I figured it all out... I think I've got it now, but I'm not 100% sure I'd be able to set it up again when the batteries run out, so I won't be throwing away the instructions - even though they are very poorly written.
I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it's also compatible with gym equipment (at least with Technogym machines, anyway). I jumped on the treadmill and it picked up the signal from the chest strap straight away.
Why waste your money on anything else?
The elastic strap goes horizontally across the solar plexis or breast bone I think, with the reader in the middle - not on the left.
Put it into heart mode, click again for it to start reading, and off you go. The strap is not uncomfortable to run in, but keep it reasonably tight to stay in place - especially if you are thin - not like me!
There are so many uses for this device. Firstly it shows how high your hear goes if you go out running from 'cold'. I went up to 210bpm, but once I was warmed up it went down, first to 180 then 160. Next time I'll take it more gently to start. It's also good to get you moving. When I rested between running spells, I used 110bpm to start running again.
Also you can take off the watch and attach it to your bike or device in the gym eg rowing. The watch is waterproof.
Please be aware this really is a no frills heart rate monitor. It will track your heart rate and time from when started but does not save the information so unless you are able to take note whilst using it then this will do but if you want to refer back to your maximum and average heart rate then this is not the monitor to go for.
You can enter your date of birth and set the monitor for max & min heart rate based on your age and if set up correctly it will beep when below or above these rates - you can also set manual rates should you have info from docs or personal trainer for instance.
Instructions are a bit lax but have a good read through and eventually it can be figured out.
Like I said for a cheap monitor it's fantastic but it is basic.
I found it quite easy to set up and, whilst the instructions are in a very small font, if you can read them they are easy to follow.
The one thing I would have liked but would have had to go out of the price bracket to get would have been a way of downloading the results to a PC or similar. The one change I would have wanted that I think could have been done without increasing the price is to toggle between the heart rate display and the stopwatch display.
I would have liked to have done this whilst running but you can only toggle between the heart display and the clock time display. So if I'm running with both stopwatch arnd HR on I have to go through four steps between the two, not something I want to do whilst moving. Hence only four stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a little fiddly and the strap keeps slipping, no matter what i do or how i put it on. watch is comfortable but should have gone for a more complex version where I could download... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Boris
i bought this a while ago but havent used it till recently. Well lo and behold the chest strpa worked once but now will not work at all .I have tried new batteries but to no avail. Read morePublished 5 months ago by micky200
Too fiddly for me. difficult to get it t work properly. have to keep adjusting the stripe around your chest. Used it two or three times and put it in a drawer somewhere since... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Louis
This is a low price monitor but! The connections on the elastic strap don't fit the chest strap properly and the HRM function on the watch stopped working after the 1st time I wore... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Guy Wallis