Timex Easy Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch with Heart Rate Sensor - T5K537 $19.99 fs @ ebay via a
Timex Easy Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch with Heart Rate Sensor - T5K537
Ranked #4/100 On Amazon Top Heart Rate Monitors !
Easy to read display
Automatic activity timer - elapsed workout time is automatically recorded
Workout review - recalls activity time, and average and peak heart rates
Analog heart rate sensor - works with heart rate interactive treadmills and gym equipment
Owner-replaceable battery - water-resistant hatch in heart rate sensor allows for a quick and easy batter change
12/24 hour timeMonth/date
Water-resistant to 30m (heart rate features not available underwater)
Activate INDIGLO night-light with the press of a button
1 Year Timex Limited Warranty
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this would be a deal of a lifetime if it had a chest sensor
Um.... it *DOES* that's the oval looking thing in the picture next to the watch (that the watch is SITTING in). Or you know, in the title when it says "WITH HEART RATE SENSOR" it usually suggests there's you know, a heart rate sensor?
Though view the amazon reviews, it's not a great CHEST HEART RATE SENSOR... but none of them really are.... it should be fine for a no frills HR monitoring for those that like CHEST HEART RATE SENSORS.
Sorry, want to make sure I'm not being too subtle, if I am, I'm sorry. Just want you to know it comes with a ....
and that sensor goes on your leg... no... scratch that. Neck! Nope... oh right. on your CHEST.. making it. You guessed it, a chest heart rate sensor that's usually about this price.
Ok well I wish it had GPS functionality lol
can you DL the data afterwards?
I have this watch. It's an analogue heart rate sensor (that means you can hear it ticking, it's not noticeable though). The watch itself is probably the most comfortable watch I've ever worn (vs Omega, Panerai, Skagen, etc). The heart rate strap that goes around your chest works well, though it has to be wet. It worked better than a $150 dollar heart rate monitor watch/strap that I bought from costco a few years ago.
You cannot "download" any data from the watch, although you can always write it down on a piece of paper or whatever. Very basic watch, but excels at what its made for.
^^ humm.. would be kinda hard to write it down when i'm cycling..
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