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This product is especially ideal for those who already have a Polar Heart Rate Monitor and use the Nike+ system to track their distance and pace. The Polar Wearlink Transmitter Nike+ adds heart rate tracking to your Nike+ system. You can also use it to view heart rate information on fitness equipment at the gym. The connector is water-resistant and sports a replaceable battery. The textile strap is machine washable.
Headquartered in Lake Success, New York, Polar USA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Finland-based Polar Electro OY, which invented the first wireless heart rate monitor (HRM) in 1977. Polar now operates internationally in more than 80 countries. Polar heart rate and fitness assessment technology delivers unparalleled insight into the human body from valuable training guidance and feedback, to enabling individuals to improve their fitness level and sports performance. Polar technology is key to the success of leading fitness facilities, athletic teams, corporate wellness facilities, health insurance providers, and thousands of physical education programs around the world. Today, Polar training computers are the number one choice among consumers worldwide.
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I did not receive the strap pictured on this item. The picture depicts a premium strap - what I received was a plain cloth strap. It works fine, but was disappointed. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Neil Kiser
This product meets the expectations required by the buyer are stylish and very comfortable to see and always identified with the brandPublished 11 months ago by Enrique
Have spent all night trying to get it to sync with my iphone. Don't know if there is some missing step that the foreign language (mostly) manual left out. Read morePublished 14 months ago by carl christensen, md
This is new and improved!! I like this band much better!! The band is softer and it's more accurate! Very Pleased!Published 17 months ago by Shannon Mitchell