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SOLO 915 HEART RATE WATCH MENS

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  • ANY-TOUCH technology allows you to touch anywhere on the stainless steel case and see your heart rate instantly
  • No chest belt required
  • ECG accurate heart rate reading
  • Measures calories burned
  • Water-resistant to 50 meters; large backlit display
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Technical Details
Brand NameSportline
Item Weight1.8 ounces
Product Dimensions9.4 x 1.6 x 0.4 inches
Item model number1277593
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002GGGNFW
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 6, 2003
  
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  • Water resistant

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Product Description

The 915 is the first of the Solo series to incorporate ANY-TOUCH technology. Touch anywhere on the stainless steel case and see your heart-rate instantly. The Solo Series does not require a chest belt, allowing you to measure your heart rate on the go. A single touch delivers ECG accurate heart-rate measurements in seconds.

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Easily measure your intensity level while jogging or working out with the Sportline Solo 915 men's heart rate watch. A big step forward in heart rate watches, the Solo 915 is the first watch in the Solo series to incorporate Any-Touch technology, which responds to a single touch anywhere on the stainless-steel case to deliver accurate ECG heart readings in mere seconds. Even better, the Solo 915 doesn't require an uncomfortable chest belt, nor do you have to stand still to measure your pulse. Want to know your heart rate while powering down the path? No problem. Easy to use, accurate, and responsive, the watch lets you cruise at your own speed with no strings (or anything else) attached. Other details include a built-in stopwatch, 12- and 24-hour time settings, an option for tracking your burned calories, and a large digital backlit display. The Solo 915, which is water-resistant to 50 meters, comes in a sleek black color.

About Heart Rate Training
Turns out, your heartbeat is a pretty big deal. It's actually one of the most important indicators of overall wellness, and is one of the most effective elements of any fitness program. Your heart rate not only controls your body but also the efficiency of your exercise. To get the most out of your physical activity--whether it's walking, dancing or aerobics--you need to make sure you are in your target heart rate zone. To determine your target heart rate, first subtract your age from 220. That's your maximum heart rate. Your target heart rate is roughly 50 to 75 percent of this maximum heart rate. To see how your fitness level is progressing over time, measure and track your resting heart rate--usually between 60 and 100 beats per minute--on a weekly basis. As you become more fit, your resting heart rate will decrease.

Your target heart rate generally encompasses three zones. Exercising in the Active Zone (50 to 60 percent of maximum heart rate) reduces blood pressure and cholesterol and is ideal for fitness beginners or those on a low-intensity program. Almost all calories burned in this zone are fat calories. Reaching the Training Zone (60 to 70 percent of maximum heart rate) requires more intense aerobic activity and is perfect for fitness enthusiasts working to burn maximum calories and fat. Finally, exercising in the Endurance Zone (70 to 80 percent of maximum heart rate) is generally recommended for athlete in training. The primary benefits of this zone are cardiovascular strengthening and elevated caloric burn.

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to use.
Mesrop Ayrapetyan
This is not a heart rate monitor what it is is a heart rate checker.
Mary Kelly
Won't work if you sweat.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Barry L. Cutler on February 6, 2010
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I purchased Sportline 915 specifically for its ability to provide a heart rate. The watch does that quite well, so well that when the face of the watch is just grazed it goes into heart rate mode, because of the its sensitivity. The only negative is not for the watch, but the little manual that accompanies the device. The manual does not indicate what all the screens do. I had to contact Sportline. They provided the answer in their responds. Age and gender are inputted into the second screen.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Samuel L. Kalush on March 11, 2010
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Excellent product. The device gives consistently reliable pulse rates while offering the convenience of a small device wrapped around the wrist. The device is similar to wearing a 'wrist watch'. Pulse rates are accurate during rest and exercise including brisk walking and weight lifting. I gave 4 stars rather than 5 because, for me, the logic of the device could be made simpler. I would suggest an immediate default to pulse rate and elapsed time. The most important parameter during aerobic exercise is attaining a certain pulse rate during exercise. The Sportline product allows the exerciser to easily and conveniently monitor his/her heart rate during exercise.
Samuel L. Kalush, M.D.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mesrop Ayrapetyan on June 23, 2010
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This watch is awesome ( at least for me). I bought it not only for the purpose of monitoring my heart rate but also for the calorie tracking. The calorie tracker will keep you very motivated to work out and burn lots of calories. The watch itself looks great and has many great features like an alarm, chronograph, and countdown timer. It is very easy to use. All you have to do is put your finger on the metal area and in just a few seconds it will tell you an accurate heart rate reading including the percentage from your max heart rate, to tell you wether your in the best fat calorie burning zone or not. Sometimes if you are extremely sweaty it will start reading the heart rate without putting your finger on it or it wont read at all.. when this happens i just dry the watch on my shirt or dry my finger, after which it works fine again. It is also hard to get a heart rate while you are running. You either need to slow down or start walking to get a heart rate. It only takes about 5 seconds to get the heart rate so it is not that big of a break. If you are really serious about knowing the exact heart rate at all times, this is not the right heart rate monitor for you. What you need is a hrm that comes with a chest strap that wirelessly connects to the watch to tell you your exact hear rate. Sportline has a few very good watches that use the chest strap, in fact the Sportline DUO 1025 and the 1060 are great watches because they allow for the choice of wearing a chest strap or just using your finger on the watch to get a heart rate. Those models are a bit more expensive. I am not sure if they come with a calorie tracker which is the reason why i didnt purchase either of those.Read more ›
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ken on February 21, 2010
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I Have been looking for a strapless heart rate monitor for some time since my Casio died a few years ago. One aspect of physical health has to do with resting heart rate, so I did not want a strap. This watch fits the bill. It is also very good during exercise. Just be aware that the contact with your finger and the back of the watch to your wrist cannot be too dry. When you are sweating, this is not a problem. When at rest, if there is no reading, just wet your finger.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Cow Poke McGhee on April 18, 2010
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Worked fine while sitting in the office or home- but couldn't get an accurate or most times any reading while running. The watch requires you to hold your finger on it which also didn't work during the jog- finally, the whole reason for a monitor is so you can... monitor! Which means watching what your heart is doing during different intensities. Not having a constant reading means this really only works to check your resting rate (which is did just fine).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Larry Folta on March 20, 2010
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I looked at a lot of heart monitor watches, and could not have made a better choice. Very easy to use, and easy to program. All you have to do is touch the face at any time and you are three seconds from a very acurate heart rate display, without the need for cumbersome chest strap. I am amazed at how well it works, and at a great price! I doubt I could've gotten a better HM watch at twice the price. I keep a close watch on my heart rate between sets of excercises without slowing my workout.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By c0rwyn on November 30, 2010
I got this watch because of the convenience of not needing the chest strap. Having to touch with 2 fingers is annoying if you want to measure your pulse rate during an exercise, but even worse is that it stops working once you start sweating. Unless you are performing very low impact exercise where you won't sweat much this monitor is completely worthless.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. Keen on July 27, 2010
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Was glad to get a heart rate monitor with out a strap but wish I didnt have to push on the watch for 10 seconds to get a HR.Can't wait for a strapless that always gives hr full time.
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Suggested UseLightly touch anywhere on the watch case to instantly display your heart rate.