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Reebok Fitwatch 10S Strapless Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Blue)

by Reebok

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  • Lightweight and slender design for women
  • Uses pulse technology to measure heart rate by finger touch
  • Programmable heart rate zone with audible and visual alarms
  • Fully water-resistant
  • Water resistant; features regular watch functions plus stopwatch and countdown timer


Product Description

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Specifically made for women, with its lightweight and slender design, this all-in-one heart rate monitor and sports watch by Reebok uses a patented method called "pulse technology" to measure the electrical pulses sent out by your heart each time it beats. Of course, the amazing part is that it works by finger touch rather than the cumbersome chest strap used by most other heart monitors. Within four seconds of touching the sensors on the watch, you can get not only an accurate heart rate reading, but also the number of calories burned during your workout.

The monitor has a programmable heart rate zone with audible and visual alarms to alert you when you get out of zone, plus a settable alarm if you have a maximum rate you should not exceed. Made from durable plastic and fully water-resistant, the device also features regular watch functions, plus a 100-hour stopwatch and countdown timer. It comes with a complete walking and exercise guide and one-year warranty.

About Reebok
Reebok's United Kingdom-based ancestor company was founded for one of the best reasons possible: athletes wanted to run faster. So, in the 1890s, Joseph William Foster made some of the first known running shoes with spikes in them. By 1895, he was in business making shoes by hand for top runners; and before long his fledgling company, J.W. Foster and Sons, developed an international clientele of distinguished athletes. In 1958, two of the founder's grandsons started a companion company that came to be known as Reebok, named for an African gazelle.

Product Description

This Reebok strapless heart rate monitor is one of the smallest on the market and allows the user to get accurate heart rate without having to use a chest belt.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000G37H0M
  • Item model number: 1-W-M0303B-RE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,845 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

While I was running I would ALWAYS have to stop to take my heart rate.
Beez Honey
Bottom line, don't buy it ... I suggest you to save your money or invest a bit more in a better monitor.
S. Jiron
This is the watch for you, if you don't need it to monitor your heart rate.
Nancy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

246 of 248 people found the following review helpful By C. Phillips on June 6, 2006
I recently purchased this product and was dissapointed that it doesn't continuously take your heart rate. You have to push down on the two silver buttons above and below the screen with your index and middle fingers to get a heart rate reading. If I would have done my research beforehand I wouldn't have been surprised at this, I know.

Anyway, now that I have it I am pretty pleased with the product.

The pros of this product are as follows;

I really like not having to wear a chest strap transmitter.

I like that it is slightly "girlier" looking; I have the blue model, and I like it better than my very basic, big clunky Polar model.

I like the calorie counter.

It is as accurate as my Polar model with the chest strap; I used both watches during my last workout on my elliptical machine, and everytime I took my heart rate with this watch it was usually within 2 BPM of my Polar Watch. At the most, a few times the difference between the watches was 4 BPM.

The only drawback to this product in my opinion as I've mentioned before is the fact that it does not automatically and continuously take your heart rate. Once I get used to that I think I'll really enjoy this watch.
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98 of 99 people found the following review helpful By astilla hill on February 9, 2007
I waited until the heart rate monitors that didn't require a chest strap were affordable to buy one (they were $300 at one point, and CLUNKY). This one is tiny (relative to other models, i.e. the polar) and I'm very impressed. It takes about 2 -3 seconds to measure your heart rate, but it's very accurate. I like the calorie counting feature, too, although as the computer never asks you your weight it is probably making the calorie - burning calculaltion for a "standard" weight, i.e. 150 pounds. You have to make the adjustment (if you weigh less) yourself.

Surprisingly easy to use, too! I am hopeless with these things but this one is intuitive. I daresay I didn't even bother with the manual (does anyone?)

Great product, and a very good price for what you get!
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77 of 78 people found the following review helpful By C. Hipwell on January 3, 2007
I liked the idea of not wearing a strap while working out, but in reality they are better. This one works fine, no problem there. But in the middle of your cardio routine you have to stop enough to use the two fingers from your free hand to press on the watch you are wearing and it takes a few seconds (5) to give you the read out. By then your heart rate is already starting to go down. If you want real accurate measurements and you want them at a glance...the strap is the best way to go. You just have to look at the watch to know where your heart rate is.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Paul F. Aberts III on January 11, 2007
I was doubtful if a heart rate monitor without a body strap would work, but my wife assures me that she has had it tested at her gym and it is extremly accurate. Great product.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By R. Keller on June 4, 2007
I received this last week and haven't taken it off since. I have used it while running and while exercising in my living room. The quality seems good, the fit is perfect for me and the instructions are clear. I love the calorie counter and the HRM seems extremely accurate. I also purchased a blood pressure wrist monitor, so I have measured my HR with the watch and then the blood pressure cuff and the readings always match or are extremely close.

The only downfall is that you do have to be almost not moving for it to pick up your HR. I wish I didn't have to stop to have this feature work, especially when running.

Other than that minor detail-I love it!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By pk3 on August 8, 2007
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I bought this watch because it had a wireless heart monitor. Although it doesn't monitor your heart constantly (you have to stop and recheck your pulse rate from time to time) it is still good while exercising to see if your heart rate is up. The calorie counter isn't all that accurate because it is based on your heart rate, which fluctuates constantly. But all in all, I really like this watch. It has a pretty blue backlight which is great for checking the time at night. I wear the watch all the time, not just for exercising. While I don't use all of the functions that come with the watch, it really has some neat ones to use. I have a very small wrist and it is the only watch I could find of this type that would fit nicely. I recommend it highly.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Seattle Jogger on March 8, 2007
This product was surprisingly accurate, quick and easy to use. I compared it to the heart rate monitor at the hospital's cardiac rehab lab and it was within 1 or 2 heart beats both at rest and in full run mode. Much more comfortable for women than a chest strap monitor.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Loves Books in MD VINE VOICE on February 8, 2008
I asked for and received this heart monitor for Christmas after reading the positive reviews on Amazon.com. I haven't been disappointed and have been very happy with the performance and ease of use of the heart rate monitor.

There is a little programming that has to be done initially, but the instructions were fairly easy to follow, even for someone not especially technically inclined, like me. Once done, to get your heart rate, you press the two silver buttons positioned - one of which is at the top of the face and other one at the bottom - until the numbers appear, which is just about 5-10 seconds. Also displayed is the percentage of your target heart rate that number represents.

I knew I wouldn't use a heart rate monitor if I had to wear a chest strap, so I was thrilled to find this one existed - and that it is so accurate. It's been very interesting to learn what my heart rate is with my various exercise DVD's. Working up a sweat doesn't always mean your heart rate is elevating! While I want to get a good workout, I also felt I needed to ensure I wasn't exceeding my target heart rate, as I'm not a youngster.

The watch itself is a light blue with a plastic band. I have very small wrists (about the only thing small on me), and the watch has enough holes that I can wear it with two remaining. The face is large enough to have displays that are large enough to be easily read, but not so large that it's too big for someone with a small wrist to wear. That said, I doubt I'd wear this as a watch, as it's a larger size than I wear my (fashion) watches.

Overall, I'm very happy with the monitor. The true test of satisfaction is if you'd buy something again - and the answer is a definite yes.
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