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Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor
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- Black women's heart rate monitor watch with several innovative training features
- Displays heart rate as percentage of maximum, bpm, and within target zone indicator
- Polar Star personalized training program delivers feedback and weekly training targets
- Polar OwnCal mode tracks energy expenditure for single and accumulated workouts
- Offers ZonePointer and Polar OwnZone modes; water-resistant to 30 meters; 2-year warranty
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Smarter Exercise Starts Here
Exercising in the right zone will help you improve your fitness and see results sooner.
A heart rate monitor will help guide and motivate you so every workout counts.
Low intensity training is good for burning fat, while high intensity improves fitness. Your heart rate tells you your training intensity and helps you achieve the results you want.
Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor
Get the results you want with guidance from the FT60. Its STAR Training Program creates weekly workouts with intensity, calorie and time targets. As you hit your weekly goals, the FT60 tracks your progress and motivates you to do more. It's like a personal trainer on your wrist guiding you to your best workout.
Top Customer Reviews
My intended use: I don't run outdoors much so I don't need a GPS. I do cardio and weights in a home gym and have been writing everything down to keep track of progress, weight loss, etc.
I wasn't sure if I would use the extra bells and whistles beyond a Polar F6 but I was intrigued with the higher end models' ability to test your resting fitness, plan a workout régime, monitor your progress, record weight loss, revise the plan and repeat while recording this all to the web.
So, I narrowed it down to the F55, the FT60 and the FT80. Well, the FT80 is getting horrible reviews due to dark screen, unreliable software, and other basic `version 1' problems. The F55 seemed perfect for someone who lifts weights in their workout routine as I do so I researched further in that direction. The problem is that it only has 17 types of lifting sequences (e.g. Curl, Squat, etc.) and I agree with other reviewers that with those few, I probably wouldn't be able to take advantage of that feature (e.g. when I do a bicep workout I do about eight different types of lifting to prevent muscle memory. And, I really didn't like the way the F55 looks. A minor point but if you're spending $200 on something you wear, you at least want it to look good.
Then I started reading about the FT60 but there are very few reviews from actual users, and I always read reviews before I purchase anything these days. But it looked like it would give me what I wanted, and I like the looks much more than the F55. So I got it yesterday and used it for the first time today.Read more ›
--- What Prompted the Purchase ---
A winter surprise: my Garmin Forerunner 305 yields only heart rate data when exercising indoors. Further, user comments reveal that its associated Foot Pod does nadda unless your feet are moving forward on a treadmill or the like.
Initially, it seemed the Polar F11 would be just fine for indoor tracking. While it performs well, trying to get to the data proved profoundly frustrating. As for pushing the F11's data to the Polar website (free), lotsa luck. The watch needs to chirp/talk to a microphone on your PC. Short version: the thing was a complete pain to actually use, in virtually all respects. I quickly returned it to Amazon, did more research, then grabbed this FT60. Lightyears in blissful difference!
--- Operational Details / The Watch (& Polar's Customer Service) ---
1) Setting up the watch was very intuitive. But the printed manual is indeed useful, if needed.
2) Customer service is marvelous! I encountered one setup snafu -- it seemed the setup routine died midway through. I called Polar (number at the website); quickly encountered a human; he gave me step-by-step "hard reset" instructions, which immediately cured the watch's apparent headache. No questions other than "How may I help you, M'am?" From dial-up to completion took just about five minutes, if that long.
3a) It's incredibly easy to review the data on the watch both during and after a training/exercise session. During the session, just tap the larger middle button on the right to signal you're ready to start. Tap again to get it going. To change screens, tap the up and down buttons on the right.Read more ›
I am a 22 year old female whom is slightly overweight and got this to help me maximize my workouts and help motivate me! I can say it has done its job!! It really helps motivate me because I am one of those people who like to keep track of everything. If you have tried calorie counting and deficits, it is super hard on your own, but by using sites like it makes it much easier! I'm not advertising caloriecount, but it is the same thing with this HRM and Polar's website [...]you can easily input all your data from your watch into the website and keep track with so much ease! It makes me not want to miss a workout day at all otherwise I have a big blank spot on my page :P
-Easy to use!
No complicated sequences of buttons to push to get to the next menu or to set the clock. When I was looking into which HRM to buy many people were aggravated by having to hold down two buttons then press another to set something or go through menus. That's just ridiculous!
While some people would prefer not to have a chest strap while working out the strap is comfortable enough to forget about it. It helps accurately track your HR and calorie rather than those which you have to hold your thumb to or similar ones where you have to stop what your doing to get your HR.
I like the backlight, and is quite helpful in dark situations :P (doesn't stay on for too long...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This watch is awesome, but it has a downfall. Whenever I go for a run with my wife, she has a Polar FT7, my watch picks up her heart rate strap and not mine. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I changed my FT4 for this one and it has been the best decision I made.Published 2 days ago by Angela Alay
I like all the monitoring settings and the battery has lasted for two years so far. It was well worth the money.Published 8 days ago by Jesse Deringer
Excellent polar started gym last week. Keeps me informed on my progress and trainig needs. Also looks stylish enough to go out with. I recommend this watch for anyone.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have had this watch for 3 months and about the only thing I really like is the looks. I am a small person, so it is more attractive than the larger men's watches. Read morePublished 12 days ago by CSalBike
This very nice, basic HR monitor was on my doorstep 24 hours after I ordered. Easy to set up and use. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Zo
I love my watch and heart rate monitor! I have been using them for a long time now maybe 6 months and they still operate as if I bought them yesterday. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Shelley Worcester
I loved my watch until it died on me at the end of November a year and half later after I bought it. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kindleer
One of the best tools for trying to burn calories. You can always see where your heart rate is at and adjust your workout accordingly.Published 1 month ago by Ket