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2016 Swimovate PoolMate HR Rechargable Swim Watch in BLACK

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  • Heart rate in and out of the water
  • Automatic lap and stroke counting for each lap
  • Vibrating alarm-
  • For use by swimmers + tri sports running, cycling -Tough but stylish
  • Downloadable and rechargeable

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Information sur le produit
Style Fashion
Hauteur3.20 pouces
Longueur5.80 pouces
Largeur5.70 pouces
Nombre de pièces1
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Oui

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Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 14,7 x 14,5 x 8,1 cm ; 109 g
  • Pile(s) / Batterie(s) : 1 Lithium ion - incluse(s)
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: Poolmate HR
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 16 mai 2013
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Descriptions du produit

PoolMateHR Swim Suivre

Le PoolMateHR est la montre de la formation de natation ultime. Il surveille votre rythme cardiaque en continu pendant votre bain et compte vos tours!

La fréquence cardiaque dans et hors de l';eau - La plupart des moniteurs de fréquence cardiaque ne fonctionne pas sous l';eau *. Le PoolMateHR a été spécialement conçu pour les nageurs de sorte qu';il transmettra quand dans la piscine. Voir votre rythme cardiaque sur la montre pendant votre bain et télécharger ensuite pour une analyse plus approfondie. Vous pouvez également l';utiliser comme un moniteur de fréquence cardiaque de la piscine pour les autres activités.

Tour automatique et d';AVC comptage pour chaque Lap Le PoolMateHR a toutes nos fonctions de surveillance de la baignade y compris tours coups vitesse distance calories longueur de course coups par minute et d';efficacité qui sont automatiquement calculée à partir de vos mouvements de bras. En plus de l';ensemble par des informations de jeu montré par le PoolMate et PoolMatePro les téléchargements de données PoolMateHR pour chaque tour individuelle vous nagez.

Vibrant alarmante Nos alertes uniques d';alarme vibrants vous lorsque vous avez nagé un certain nombre de tours distance ou le temps Interval une très grande innovation de garder une trace dans la piscine.

Difficile mais stylish- Le PoolMateHR a un design élégant mais difficile avec le verre saphir et une lunette en céramique de sorte qu';il résiste à la plus dure séance de natation et est adapté pour porter tous les jours aussi.

Téléchargeable et rec hargeable- Le PoolMateHR est livré avec son propre pod USB qui charge la montre et télécharge les données vers votre ordinateur. La batterie devrait durer quelques semaines avec une utilisation normale afin coutume besoin de charge trop souvent.

Autonomie de la batterie d';environ 30 jours le temps de charge <2 heures Poids 67g Diamètre de 48mm

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HASH(0x92beb8c4) étoiles sur 5 It's helped me become a better swimmer 8 mai 2013
Par efren mart5inez - Publié sur
I have been very happy with the 1st Poolmate series I purchased around 14 months ago, so I decided to step it up to the new Poolmate HR. I've been using the new Poolmate HR for around 3 weeks now and within that time, the efficiency in my stroke has bumped up to the above average swimmer category. I've so enjoyed the vibrating feature on this watch; I no longer have to worry about counting laps in my head or even glancing at it to see what lap I'm on. I just swim and at every desired lap that I've programmed the watch to vibrate, it does and informs me just how many laps I've swam and how many more vibrates to complete my set of 64 laps. (My desired setting is vibrate at every 16 laps). My swim sets consist of 2 sets of 64 laps 3 times a week.
The heart rate strap was a little tricky at first, but I quickly learned to make sure I strapped it on very snug, thus with this feature I am able to get a more exact reading of how many calories I've burned according to my weight and age that was programmed into the watch. The software that comes with it has been very impressive, I've been able to see my entire swim by the numbers on my PC and it allowed me to focus where I needed help with being a better swimmer. Another plus from the watch verses any other is even though my 1st series watch battery life lasted around 14 months, before it had to be replaced, this one recharges itself through it's PC's software so it never needs replacing. As a Tri-athlete who swims around 6 miles a week in the pool, I've found that the Pool Mate HR has proven to be one of my most valuable tools in my training.
Pros & Cons about the watch below
The Pros
1. The watch allows me to study all aspect of my swim on my PC including my stroke rate, length, calories burned, efficiency and so much more than I could ever imagine, they thought of everything.
2. The Chrome mode is helpful because when I'm training outside of the water, I can use it as a stopwatch EI with heart rate monitor for my runs and bicycle rides. It's great for brick workouts
3. Since I've been using the Poolmate HR not only has it helped me become a better swimmer, but also it's been fun and has added somewhat of an entertainment element to my long swims.
The Cons
The setup was a little tricky at first; but I've been known to be somewhat of an impatient guy. After I slowed down and read through the small booklet of information thoroughly, I got it dialed in.
17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x92bebccc) étoiles sur 5 Everything I wanted and more 7 août 2013
Par FitForLife - Publié sur
I've been active off and on over the years but have a new commitment to training and competing. I'm getting into triathlons and I'm swimming much longer in the pool than I ever have in the past. Since I'm trying to follow a structured training program leading up to my first race, I wanted accurate swim data but was getting tired of counting and logging on paper. AFter doing research online, I found that the PoolMate line seemed to be the best for automatically counting my laps while putting in my long sessions in the pool. I went with the Heart Rate (HR) version because as I'm getting older, I really want to see how my workouts are affecting my ticker. From what I can tell online, the PoolMate HR is the only watch out there that counts laps AND has a heart rate monitor that works in the water (there are other heartrate monitors, but they don't offer the lap counting). So I order the PoolMate Hr.

After a few weeks of using the watch and learning the features, I have to say that I'm very happy and would recommend to anyone. It took me about a week of some trial and error to get everything dialed in - and for sure this is a product that you want to spend some time reading the manual - but then all worked as stated. I spent a few days comparing my counting with the automatic lap counting and only once did I find that it was off by a lap - maybe for that lap I didn't glide enough for the sensors to recognize the turn. But for what I'm doing, this is more than acceptable. After I gained confidence in the accuracy, I have to say a new level of swimming enjoyment opened up to me. Instead of counting and trying to track what lap I was on, I could focus on my stroke and technique. Sometimes I found myself even just focusing on nothing, which in my busy schedule, was a novelty in itself.

The heartrate monitor also works as promised. I found that I had to pull the strap tight to keep it in place, but it wasn't uncomfortable or restrictive. Then after downloading all the lap data and heartrate info, I've really enjoyed tracking my progress with the software. There's even a feature in there that tells me how many cupcakes I burned - I don't eat cupcakes but I do have a weakness for icecream, so I'll substitute a cup of icecream for a cupcake.:-) I also use the hearrate monitor during my runs and biking, which works great combined with the stop watch feature. This has really give me an accurate view of how my heart is doing across all my training.

One surprise I got after using the watch was the vibrating alarm feature. While I enjoy not needing to count my laps, I also like knowing how I'm progressing in my distance. I set the alarm usually at 16 laps which gives me good milestones throughout my workout. Really nice feature.

This got longer than expected... The bottom line is that I think this has been the best money I've invested in my training. I'm a numbers guy and I love having the data to track all my hard work and to know I'm on track with my goals.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x92d10e64) étoiles sur 5 Great for swimming many laps in a pool 5 septembre 2013
Par Canuck-Abroad - Publié sur
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Using it to assist with training for Ironman. Works very well for tracking laps in the pool (although it seems to miss a lap every now and then ... which is not critical if you are going to do long distances, 40+ laps...). Interface with the software is great. I like the rechargable feature (better than the old models where you had to send the watch to Swimovate to have them change out the battery). Heart Rate Monitor is accurate, although the conversion to calories is a bit off (reads about 5% different from my Polar RCX5). Not critical, though.

Overall, very happy with this purchase. Value for the money spent.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x92bebeac) étoiles sur 5 Accurate lap counting, but button menus are lame... 11 avril 2014
Par KiloKilo - Publié sur
This review is for the Swimivate Live watch: It works well enough, but it is a bit klunky and has an odd battery door on the back of the watch that sticks out like a wart. Almost like they tried to make the battery replaceable as an afterthought. This is heavy also. I have a Garmin Swim Watch that I really like and it is nowhere near as heavy or klunky as the swimovate. I would just keep the Garimin but it doesn't have vibrate alarms. The vibrate alarm is the only thing that compels me to keep this watch. The real bummer is the button design/functioning on the swimovate. The button functions are not intuitive. Maybe I was just spoiled by the Garmin. I was able to pick up the Garmin without reading the manual and figure it out fast. The swimovate just seams less polished in terms of the software. Granted, I am starting to get used to it, but Swimovate needs a lesson in design from Garmin...
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HASH(0x92eb2b70) étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 30 juin 2014
Par Brian Katz - Publié sur
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I'm so disappointed. I had high hopes for the Poolmate but it just doesn't live up to promises. I've used heart rate monitors for running and biking so was excited to be able to round out my training tools with the Poolmate. It looked good out of the box and read my heart rate fine before I got in the pool but then I got wet. The heart rate monitor stopped reading me and no matter what troubleshooting efforts I attempted, it never improved. Additionally, the lap counter was inconsistent at best. Sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't. In the end I couldn't rely upon it for training. I couldn't even rely upon it for basic readings. So, maybe I just got a defective device but I'd be careful before buying this product.
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