Omron Heart Rate Monitor Watch
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- Heart rate monitor is easy to program
- Comfortable to wear with ventilated watch band
- Helps maintain a proper heart rate with a high/low heart rate alarm
- Chest transmitter belt sends data to the receiver at a distance of up to 98 feet (30 meters)
- Built with a backlight function, time of day display, and daily reminder alarm
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Top Customer Reviews
The monitor, which displays the time as well as your heart rate on a watch, works in conjuction with a gizmo that you strap around yourself, just under your chest. (I will tell you, since I was concerned about this, that it's hardly noticeable once it's in place...it's a 12" or so long piece of plastic with an adjustable elastic strap...not very bulky at all!) The monitor also features a stopwatch and an alarm, so that after you set your minimum & maximum desired heart rates, you can be alerted when you are out of range. The alarm is a "beep-beep" that I can hear over the book on tape I drag along with me. Your heart rate is updated every second or two so you will always know if you need to pick up the pace a bit.
Although I have not yet had to do so, the chest strap has a removable backing, and you apparently can change the battery yourself (this is a big deal, I guess, since some of the more expensive monitors require that you send them to the factory for a battery change). The elastic strap is also completely removable, which makes it very easy to wash (and you will need to if you're exercising!).
The monitor comes packaged in a small, zippered carrying case, and includes an attachment that allows you to place it on a bicycle handlebar.
This does everything I need it to, and I recommend it for anyone who is just getting started in an exercise program.
- Works as advertised
- Easy to setup
- Rugged and well constructed
- Wrist watch does not start receiving heart rate unless you are sweating at lot/apply a lot of water on the strap and your chest
- In a gym setting, there seems to be interference from electrical equipment (treadmills, etc) and the monitor works intermittently
- If there are other users w/ heart-rate monitors in the vicinity, their readings and my readings overlap causing some amount of confusion
Overall, given the low price, the monitor works as it should for the most part to give you some reasonable level of heart rate information per your exercise level. I down rated it one star for the battery replacement difficulty and one star for the sometimes-erratic readings. I would recommend it for less than thirty-five dollars only.
FYI: To change the battery in the watch, unscrew the 4 phillips head screws on the back of the watch. Now comes the hard part, try to hold watch unit in the watch shell with one hand and look for and unscrew only one of the two screws holding down the battery case tangs to the printed circuit board. Do not remove the plastic film covering the battery case (not necessary). Now you can bend back the battery case slightly just enough to pull the battery out with a tweezers, noting which end of the battery was up (positive). Put a new battery inside of the case that is tilted slightly up to accommodate it and replace very small screw holding down battery case tang.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this watch in June 2012. I remember using it for a while and then life got in the way and I stopped working out...This watch ended up buried in a drawer somewhere... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KAMH
This doesn't work. I have one and it simply doesn't work. I cannot believe they charge over $90 for this. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh Sauberman
It will work fine when you get it but when the battery goes dead in the watch, it's over. There is no replacing the watch battery without considerable trouble and with great risk... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John W Dorrill
Not bad, a bit pricey. Been using it for a handful of years, replaced once when in a hottub the watch died. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christopher W Maples
It works, but the band is quite uncomfortable, granted you do get used to it after a while, it always feels like something is unnaturally squeezing you and worst yet, slipping down... Read morePublished 3 months ago by 57 Skeptic
Battery arrived dead, I put 2 stars in the hope that it won't be terrible once I get it replaced.Published 3 months ago by Corwyn Bickel
It did not last long. Tried new battery and it did not help. I get by without one for now. Will wait for technology to improve.Published 3 months ago by Candoris