Actuellement indisponible.
Nous ne savons pas quand cet article sera de nouveau approvisionné ni s'il le sera.

Pyle Cardiofréquencemètre et ceinture pectorale

2.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client

Actuellement indisponible.
Nous ne savons pas quand cet article sera de nouveau approvisionné ni s'il le sera.
  • Horloge 12 / 24 heures - Alarme quotidienne - Chronographe - Compte à rebours - 40 enregistrements de données.
  • Fréquence cardiaque Max / moyenne / min - Ceinture pectorale sans fil et précise grâce à la technologie ECG.
  • Fonction de retour automatique - Réglage d'utilisateur.
  • 3 zones ciblées sur différentes intensités d'exercice - Dessus / dessous Zone d'entraînement.
  • Alarme - Durée totale d'exercice - Consommation totale de Calories.
  • Rétro-éclairage LED - Fonction d'économie d'énergie.
  • Résistance à l'eau: 33 pieds / 10 mètres / 1 ATM.
Afficher plus

Nos prix incluent l'éco-participation sur tous les produits concernés. Vous voulez recycler votre appareil électrique ou électronique gratuitement ? En savoir plus ici.


Offres spéciales et liens associés

  • Soldes & Bons Plans Découvrez toute notre sélection en solde du 28 juin au 8 août inclus et profitez de nos bons plans !

  • Rentrée scolaire 2017 : Livres, fournitures, cartables, ordinateurs, vêtements ... Profitez-en !

  • Outlet Anciennes collections, fin de séries, articles commandés en trop grande quantité, … découvrez notre sélection de produits à petits prix Profitez-en !

  • Tout à moins de 5 euros ! Découvrez notre sélection de produits à petits prix... Profitez-en !

  • Fan de sport ? Visitez notre boutique vêtements de sport et retrouvez des milliers de vêtements de randonnée, running, cyclisme... ainsi que les marques sportswear Roxy, Rip Curl, Puma, Quiksilver et beaucoup d'autres...


Informations sur le produit

Descriptif technique
Poids455 grammes
Saisontoutes-saisons
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Oui
MarquePyle
  
Informations complémentaires
Dimensions du produit14,6 x 17,1 x 6,4 cm ; 204 g
Piles :1 CR2 - incluse(s)
Numéro du modèle de l'articlePHRM32
ASINB004RQWXW6
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr11 octobre 2012
Moyenne des commentaires client 2.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 167.805 en Sports et Loisirs (Voir les 100 premiers)
  
Votre avis
Voulez-vous nous parler de prix plus bas?
 

Commentaires en ligne

2.0 étoiles sur 5
Partagez votre opinion avec les autres clients

Meilleurs commentaires des clients

Achat vérifié
Difficile à mettre en service (notice en anglais peu explicite) et à utiliser. L'enregistrement cardio fonctionne de façon très irrégulière.
Remarque sur ce commentaire 3 personnes ont trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus
Achat vérifié
Bel ensemble, très fonctionnel, mais comme dit dans le titre, l'affichage de la montre affichait plus que faiblement, mais logique; après ouverture de l'arrière du boitier pour remplacer la pile, une étiquette affichait 06/2012 (ce que je suppose date de fabrication de la montre) ! Donc normal après 2 ans et demi de stock que la pile soit HS!!! Remplacement de celle-ci à mes frais, et forcément la montre fonctionne beaucoup mieux !!! Le fait d'ouvrir le boitier m'a permis de constater que l'étanchéité n'était pas sa plus plus grande qualité...donc à éviter sous la pluie ! Sinon fonctions nombreuses et plutôt sympathiques, mais attention notice succincte et en anglais, La manipulation de fonctions est un peu laborieuse au début.
Remarque sur ce commentaire Une personne a trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus
Achat vérifié
Impossible à utiliser si vous ne parlez pas anglais pourquoi ne pas fournir une notice en français
Pourquoi ne pas prévenir que ce produit n'est proposé qu'avec une notice en anglais
Remarque sur ce commentaire Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus

Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta) (Peut contenir des commentaires issus du programme Early Reviewer Rewards)

Amazon.com: 3.3 étoiles sur 5 58 commentaires
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Head to Head with Polar 14 juillet 2014
Par Jessica Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
I am a fitness professional that has been personally using a Polar rs300x for the passed two years. I started having problems with it and since it is not under warranty I started looking for other less expensive options. I purchased a Pyle PHRM38GR for my clients to use during their training sessions and it was always accurate when compared to the Polar, so I figured I would look in to other Pyle models and I found the PHRM32. Cosmetically the PHRM32 is much nicer is appearance than it's counterpart. The chest straps are the same except for the colors. The biggest difference is in the watch. The smaller face and round buttons make it much more comfortable to wear than the PHRM38GR. Once I opened the package and put on the chest strap the watch immediately picked up a signal. Unlike the Polar that counts calories even at rest, the Pyle line of heart rate monitors appear to have to be at 50% max heart rate or higher for it to register that you are burning calories. Since it is being used for moderate and intense exercise this is not a problem. I feel like the locations of the buttons could have been arranged differently. This model has user settings as well as tracking up to 40 workouts. Navigating through all the folders can be a little cumbersome but it was with the Polar too, which only tracked 10 workouts. Not only can you track maximum, minimum and average heart rates for individual sessions, you can do it for the entire library of workouts. If you are looking for an accurate and affordable way to track your workouts I highly recommend this product. It was a fraction of the cost of my Polar and more features at the same time. If you looking for a good heart rate monitor for around $30 you can't beat this.
46 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent accessory to go along with your workout. 31 juillet 2011
Par Don - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
This review will be updated over time as I continue using it more.

~~Delivery~~
As per usual, Amazon does an excellent job shipping its products in a timely fashion and I received my watch in perfect condition.

~~Packaging~~
The watch came in a simple small box with a cutout to show the watch and sensor tucked in a plastic mold. Opening the package is simple enough, nothing cumbersome, so good packaging there.

Included in the box:
- The PHRM32 Watch
- Heart Rate Sensor
- Manual

Please check out the gallery for photos.

~~Equipment~~

**It is highly, highly, recommended (I demand it) that you read the manual when purchasing this watch (don't worry the manual isn't that long). This watch is jam packed full of features that will be helpful to you if you are dedicated to running and exercising. It takes a bit of getting used to but like all things it will be natural to you as you continue to use it**

---------
For this section I will be starting off with SENSOR as the watch will require an extensive section.
=========
Pros:
Easy to put on
Adjustable strap will fit almost anyone
Easily replaceable battery cover

Cons:
Gets a little getting used to having something wrapped around your torso
Strap will not fit people with very small mid torsos
=========

The main center part of the strap is made of plastic. On the underside of it there are two sensors which measure your heart rate. The strap is made of nylon I believe, it is stretchy and gladly is not irritating against your skin. To take the nylon strap off of the center piece, have the front of the sensor facing you. At the ends of the center piece are triangles (once again for reference you should go check the gallery) that belong to the nylon strap. Now what you'll want to do is flip the triangle up, out of the center piece, twist it 90 degrees, and just take it out. Trust me it's simple.

Adjust the nylon strap as you wish, getting it to fit snugly against your skin without it being too tight. Important part of it really is just to have the two sensors touching your body. Now once you have that all done, wet your fingers and run them across the two sensors, making sure to get them moist. This will allow the sensor to get a better initial contact onto your body and let it read your heart rate easier.

Putting it on is simple, hold one end, wrap it around your body and position the center of the sensor in the center under your chest. Refer to pictures once again. It feels a bit weird at first, but it is nothing too bothersome. The part that made me give it a 4-star rating however is the fact that the strap will not fit people with small bodies. I tried to fit this onto my girlfriend but the strap was just a few inches too big, even at the shortest length. I assume there may be replacement straps you can buy, but I don't know.

Otherwise it is a good piece of equipment and nothing much to gripe about.

--------

The watch.
==========
Pros:
Easy to read screen
Back light
Comfortable
Fits many sizes
Easily replaceable battery

Cons:
A lot of features that you will need time to get used to (Pro?)
==========

This is going to be a long one and will need some extensive updating.

##AESTHETICS##
Starting off with the looks. Photos of the watch can be found in the gallery!

It looks good, it really does. The watch is black with silver/gray accents. The glass is very clear and it is easy to read the watch. The strap itself is also black with the end of it being silver. Looks good overall and you can wear it like a normal watch, people won't give you a second glance.

##HARDWARE##
The buttons are easy to press and are rounded. Nothing bothersome. Just to note, the top left button is the one you use to activate the back light.

The screen is clear, bright and easy to read. I don't understand what the other review is saying about the watch, but it is very easy to read just like any other watch.

##FEATURES##
Alright. Following this order Time, Excercise, Data, Alarm and Set.

##TIME FUNCTION##

This is your normal tell-time watch mode. It tells you the time at the center, date at the top and instantaneous heart rate at the bottom. In order for you to get the BPM read, you must have the strap on, once you have it on merely press the bottom left button to activate the BPM sensor.

To set the watch time and date, press and hold the top left button for several seconds until you get past the part that says "Set? Hold." At this point, you will first be asked to adjust the hour. The bottom left and right button serve as the back and next button respectively. The top right button serves as the next button and the top left button is the key you press when you are done.

Here you can set the date, time, and clock type (12/24hr).

Nothing else here, just your standard watch with a little added bonus of the BPM read.

##EXERCISE (EXER)##

This is where the main reason you bought this watch comes into play. This will show you which number of exercises you are on, your lap time, and your current BPM with target BPM zone. This will record all the data of your running and you may choose to save it or clear it after your workout.

It is an excellent mode and is actually perfect for what I was looking for. It measures my BPM, and I can set my target BPM and it will warn me when I am out of it so I can measure my own workout. It is a great idea to be able to have a benchmark of your exercise so you know if you're not working hard enough or working too hard.

The important part of this mode for me is the target zone so I will focus on that. You can set the target zone if you switch through the modes and go to "Set." Once there you can select the option to set the 3 zones, low, mid and high. You do the same as you did for setting the time but in this case just setting the range of BPM per zone.

Please read the manual on how to set up the functions accordingly, as if I tell you how it would be way too long.

Basically if you're out of the zone, it will beep. If you are too high, or too low it will beep differently depending. You can turn this on or off as well which is a useful feature.

There are also two modes to this, a count down timer and a count up timer. You can have it so that it is just a normal stopwatch that records your lap times, or you can set the amount of time you want to be running and it will count down.

Useful depending on your workout.

##DATA##
I have not used this much yet but after each workout, you can choose to save the data for later review.

Overall this will show you:

Total time ran, total calories lost and total fat lost.
Going further into it, you can select each individual exercise and it will show you the date, length of excercise, time you were blow, in and above the zone, your average heart rate within the three zones, calories burnt, your selected zone, your ending heart rate, fat burnt, weight and height.

Of course you will have to set your weight, height and BPM in the "Set" mode for it to be able to calculate the amount of calories/fat you have burnt.

##ALARM##
Here is your regular, normal alarm. Set it, it rings.

##SET##

Zone - here you set the BPM ranges for the 3 zones.

User - Here you enter the information required by the watch to calculate calories and fat burnt.

You can set whether you want calorie reading on or off, weight in KG/LB, height in in/cm.

Your personal information includes:
Weight
Height
Max HR - [...]
Age
VO2Max - [...] - VO2 Calculator

and it will show you your BMI.

--------------------------------------

Battery

I have only had it for one day and cannot range the time it takes for the battery to run out. However it is simple to replace. Four screws behind the watch can be easily removed to replace the battery. On the sensor, take a coin and twist open the circular piece on the backside of the sensor. Battery to replace is the CR2032 battery. Cheap and can be found here on Amazon Energizer 2032 Battery CR2032 Lithium 3v (1 Pack of 5).

--------------------------------------

**OVERALL**

A great watch and addition to your workout. If you really want to get the most effective workout, you should definitely consider getting a heart rate watch. Whether it be this one or any of the other ones out there on Amazon, it is definitely worth it. This one in particular I am greatly satisfied with and glad I bit the bullet even with no reviews.

It is all I really need, a watch, stopwatch, BPM meter with warning beeps to let me know when I'm out of range, an alarm, and all the information I could ever need about my workouts.

Excellent product overall and I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to get the most effective workout.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pretty good for the price 30 septembre 2011
Par Primadona - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
All i wanted was a heart rate monitor watch. i had one years ago when i ran track but i'm not sure where it's at. This was the cheapest i found on here. I opened up the box today, read the manual for how to set the time and month and year and whatever, then i was good to go. I also programmed it for the excercise stuff and it worked well. i haven't had time to read the part about the data yet because i got up and decided to go but even for a person like me, i could figure it out. Now i'm only speaking for the parts i've worked with so far. The heart rate monitor is very accurate. i checked it alongside the one at the Y.
My only qualm about it is that the i'm a pretty tiny person (XS in shirts and dresses) and i have the chest belt to the very last setting and it felt a tad loose, not loose enough to slip down but i wanted tight so i raised the back portion and put that under my sports bra and it was fine (the front did NOT move while running. stayed on). The watch is big but then again, my wrists are very, very tiny but i fit into the 2nd to last hole so it should fit a teenager (a coworker told me my wrist is like her 15y.o daughter's).
Overall, i like it, i'm satisfied with the purchase and i'll recommend it. I was looking to buy the garmin watch but this should do for now because i don't really need the gps anyway. I set it to running and it gave a brief overview of the workout when i was done. I'll update with how long it lasts or any problems i have.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Defective right out of the box 9 octobre 2014
Par LW - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
Right out of the box I could not get it to switch into the different modes. I figured I must be doing something wrong so I found a video on Youtube where someone was showing how the watch goes into the different modes and mine would not do that at all. Every time I pressed the mode button it would display "Have a Nice Day." And the button in the bottom right didn't have a beep sound like the other three buttons, not sure if that's the way it is or not. Anyway, if it's this difficult it's either 1) defective, or 2) Beyond my comprehension to figure out and I'm usually pretty good with electronics. In either case it did not work for me so I sent it back. I did think the strap fit well though so that was not an issue. I was really disappointed too because I thought I did pretty good research before making my purchase. Maybe I'll get a Fitbit.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great features but a little complicated 18 mai 2012
Par Grizman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
I purchased this to use on runs, in spin class and doing some of my P90X workouts. I didn't want to spend a lot of money, but did want the ability to set different zones as well as count my calories burned - features that many of the entry watches don't have.

The watch arrived in new packaging. After opening, I tried to set it up without the directions but alas, as many others have said the buttons are not intuitive so it required reading the directions. It probably took me about 10 minutes to enter my data such as height, weight and age, adjust the time, set the heart rate zones a little higher (they come out of the box with three zones that are 50-60% of max heart rate, 60-70% and 70-85%.) I was able to manually adjust the min-max ranges to be a little higher (for instance, my top zone is 75%-90% which is where my more intense workouts should be). You can also set the type of activity such as running, cycling... I don't know how things like weight, height, activity factor into the calorie and fat burned calculations but after three spin class workouts, I've seen consistent calorie and fat counts (within 5% of each other).

Some issues that you might be interested in:
1) there is no code linkage between the HRM band and the watch so if you are close to others using HRMs (for example running together or in a packed class) you might cross signals. In my spin class I have to sit about 3 feet away from another guy using a different branded HRM to avoid messing him up (his HRM hasn't messed up my counts by the way). I looked at some watches that had this code specific feature but they were at least $100 so I went with this one.
2) for the most part the chest band stays in place and is accurate, but sometimes it slips a little and it shows my heart rate jumping around by as many as 10 BPMs. A readjustment solves this, but the more you are bouncing and sweating, the more likely you will need to readjust.
3) it is a little complicated setting it up and quite frankly, there's one part of the directions about how to use select the zones that just isn't accurate.

Overall, I really like the HRM and it has helped me to push a little harder in my workouts. When you think that you are really trying or that you have hit a wall and your HRM says that you are only at 75% of your max, you realize that there may be more "gas in the tank" after all and give the extra effort. The signal crossing issue isn't that big of a deal because I often workout solo and when I'm in a class I just pick a different bike that isn't as close to people with HRMs.
Ces commentaires ont-ils été utiles ? Dites-le-nous


Rechercher des articles similaires par rubrique