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Pyle Cardiofréquencemètre et ceinture pectorale Vert
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- Pyle vous présente son cardiofréquencemètre PHRM38, qui vous permettra d'atteindre votre potentiel maximum et améliorer votre qualité d'exercices.
- Les fonctions de la montre sont: Heure / Date - Alarme quotidienne.
- Chronomètre 1/100 sec - Réglage de zone ciblé.
- Il vous donne votre fréquence cardiaque actuelle - Fréquence cardiaque maximale - Fréquence cardiaque moyenne.
- Compteur de calories brûlées.
- Réglage d'utilisateur - Rétro-éclairage LED - Fonction d'économie d'énergie Automatique.
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PYLE PHRM38GR Heart Rate Monitor Watch with Minimum, Average & Maximum Heart Rate (Green)
Time/date Present, maximum, minimum & average heart rate Target zone setting 1/100-sec stopwatch Calories burnt Daily alarm User setting LED backlight Energy-saving functionWater-resistant up to 33ftGreen
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I reviewed this product a few months ago, and I'm still keeping my rating. I have seen other reviews that said it stopped working, but they must've thrown away the manual that says to rub some water over it. As you sweat, you will get stuff on the chest strap, and the sensors won't work right. We take warm water with a little salt in it, and put it on. I have also used rubbing alcohol to keep it clean. If it isn't reading right away, I do that and it still works fine. Just wanted to update anyone who had been second guessing buying this because of some of the negative reviews. I will update again in a couple months.
A few weeks ago I bought a fitness watch with a chest strap that was $69.99. I put it on, wrapped the chest strap around me, worked out.... But somehow, even though this was supposedly brand new, I had already burned calories before I put it on... And then I couldn't reset the calorie burn to 0 after a workout. So, I returned it and got my $70 back. I was just going to go ahead and forget the heart rate monitor but I was doing some workout videos and wanted to track my calorie burn. I also was working out on the treadmill and elliptical and just wanted to make sure I was getting an accurate measurement. So, I did an Amazon search. I instantly clicked on this one because it was cheap (after my bad experience with the last one, I didn't want to waste more money). It included a chest strap, which is what I wanted. I just received it today. It was easy enough to set up... Includes a user profile with age and weight (although that is in kg and I am not sure if you can change iit to lbs yet, but a quick Google search to convert lbs to kg was easy enough). The chest strap detected my heart rate instantly. I pushed start on the timer and worked out. I found out during my video that I burned about 60 more calories than a calculator online said, so I was happy about that.
It's just great watch, and I am super happy with my purchase. It is a little bulky (I am a woman) but I don't care. I am sure I will just get used to it. It may be cheap, but not cheaply made.
By the way, the box said "Simple heart rate monitor" so if you are looking for something super advanced, check out their other products. I am just beginning my exercise routines and I mostly want my heart rate and calories burned, so it is perfect for me.
I believe it all depends on your body size and type, it also depends on your needs. I am about 40 pounds over weight, muscle bound at 5'9 and I weigh 230 pounds. The watch is usually a good heart rate monitor but not always, especially when your not working out. Needless to say the calorie counter is off and the calorie counting is the single most important reason I bought this.(yes I wet the sensors on the annoyingly painful strap and sanitize after a workout). By looking at some positive reviews I can only guess that some body types work well with this watch hence my body size assessment here. Also due to the mega circumference, and girth of this beast I can't do push ups, or my Insanity workout without the watch painfully digging into my hand.
You could have the attitude 'for 20 bucks I have nothing to lose' but if you factor in the time it takes to re box, tape, print a label, drive to UPS, wait in line, drive home; all to return the thing -then you are at a loss...