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Scosche myTREK Wireless Pulse Monitor (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Work out from up to 33 ft away from your device.
  • Control music from the armband while you work out.
  • No bulky chest straps or wires.
  • Wirelessly connects to iPod or iPhone.
  • Audio prompts for real-time feedback while you work out.
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Technical Details
Brand NameScosche
Item Weight3.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.1 x 1.8 x 4.9 inches
Item model numberIPTM
Batteries:1 CR2 batteries required.
Number of Items1
  
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ASINB0056X5WQI
Best Sellers Rank #7,945 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 2, 2011
  
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The Scosche myTREK Wireless Pulse Monitor is a comfortable new workout tool for managing pulse, training type, calories burned, music and more with your iPhone or iPod touch.ComfortableThe Scosche myTREK has no bulky chest straps or wires and easily attaches to your forearm for full wireless communication with your device. Integrated dual LED/optical sensors produce real time pulse monitoring.Set Your GoalsBased on personal health information, each workout zone is represented in a different color. Customize your training sessions by adjusting the type of activity, target training zone and type of workout all within the App.Track Your Previous WorkoutsTrack your previous workout stats and overall progress with the integrated calendar feature.Control Your Music and Stay MotivatedMotivational voice prompts guide you through your workout and help keep you in your target training zone. Control your music while you workout with the integrated buttons on the Scosche myTREK Wireless Pulse Monitor: volume up/down, play/pause and previous/next track.Works With the Scosche myTREK AppWith the Scosche myTREK App, you can manage your current and past training sessions to get the most out of your workouts.- PULSEAccurate pulse monitoring lets you assess the intensity of your workout- TRAINING ZONE5 color coded training zones allow you to quickly indentify when you are in the desired intensity level- CALORIES BURNEDObserve the amount of calories burned to maintain a healthy body composition and work toward your goals- DISTANCE/SPEED*Track your actual distance and speed using the iPhone’s GPS and accelerometer technology- WORKOUT TIMEIdentify your overall workout time to help you stay motivated throughout your workout

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Customer Reviews

Worked right out of the box and synched with iPhone 5 easily - using DIGIFIT APP.
Scott Andrew Thomas
I started getting very sporadic readings...my pulse rate would go way down, shoot way up, I'd get --- every time I moved my arm.
SubiGirl
I ended up going and buying a Polar watch instead which is what I should have done the first time and not wasted my money.
Nicole Poyer

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98 of 98 people found the following review helpful By cardiacrehabber on January 3, 2012
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My needs are fairly simple....I have tried (and liked) several of the Polar and Timex monitors that require chest straps. But this device is slick....especially becuase it links with an iphone app--and I was using the iphone for music on my workouts and/or for gps on outdoor walking, etc.

However, the Scosche Mytrek app is horrible....inconsistent, doesn't work, requires my iphone to be rebooted, etc. But there is an app, Digifit, that recogizes the device and works great. I use it every day. Haven't fully compared every feature of the two apps, but it's kind of a moot point as my needs are pretty basic, and the Digifit works great, and works and plays well with other apps (especially when multitasking). Without the Digitfit app, I probably would rate the device a 1 rather than a 4.

Only downsides are that the device needs to be chaged between uses, and overall the iphone battery life is an issue when using this (and iphone criticism, not a Scosche criticism!) If you're using the app, GPS, listening to music, occassionally surfing the net while working out, etc. it really runs the battery down quickly,
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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By hegaman on January 3, 2012
The hardware is good and measuring heart rate seems accurate; unfortunately, the MyTrek software is horrible.

There is an alternative compatible software, Digifit, mentioned on the Scosche website and mentioned in another review, which is excellent. Even though I had to pay a couple of bucks for Digifit, the combination makes it solid heart rate monitor solution for me.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Ellick C on December 17, 2011
I bought this device to help monitor my heart rate for my daily jogs. While the hardware itself is fairly adequate, the iPhone software is woefully lacking. After loading the Scosche app for the first time, the app promptly failed without warning and spontaneously quit. I rebooted my phone many times and paired/unpaired the device without success. The only workaround I found was to delete the app and reinstall it, which gave the app one more life until it went into a crazy crashing cycle all over again.

I'm giving the hardware 4 stars, and the overall package a 3 star rating because there's a perfectly good workaround to these problems: Digifit. Digifit is a nice dashboard that aggregates workout data from a variety of sensors including pedometers and heart rate monitors. So far, I've been pretty happy with using the MyTrek band as a sensor and Digifit as the accompanying software solution.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Michael Nahas on July 22, 2012
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Background:
I'm a technology guy who runs long distances. I wanted a heart-rate monitor to tell when I'm overheating in the summer. (It's hard to monitor body temperature, but when you get too hot, your heartrate spikes). I had a Polar chest band system, which worked well but I really hated running with the tight chest band.

What this is:
It is an armband that goes on the thick part of your forearm - NOT your wrist. It shines green light onto the hairless part of your arm and uses the reflection to determine when your heart beats. The device does NOT have a display. You need an iPhone to view your heartrate. The charger plugs into a USB slot - it does NOT plug into a wall socket. It DOES use bluetooth to talk to your iPhone, so you don't need to plug anything into your iPhone to make it work.

iPhone & App:
I have an old 3GS. I used the Digifit app, based on the recommendations here. The app ("Digifit iCardio Multi-sport Heart Rate...") is free, but it costs $3 to have it connect to the Scorsche myTREK.

Setup:
I had no problem charging the device. It connected easily to Digifit. It took a while to understand the armband - there are two different straps included to fit different size forearms. I use the smaller one and it is almost too large. (And I'm a 200 lb. guy who boxes...) In Digifit, you want to press "Workout" NOT "Quick Start". "Workout" has the good features - "Quick Start" is for people who didn't pay $3. I did have to enable bluetooth on my iPhone. (I had disabled it to save battery.)

Experience:
Overall, it's okay. It seems to take a while for the device to "lock on" to your actual heartrate. It often says 72 at startup, when my non-workout heartrate is less than that.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Justin Bell on September 19, 2011
I have been getting back into running for a while now and using the app Nike+ GPS. I got the Scosche myTREK because I liked the idea of getting more info than Nike+ GPS provides like my heart rate and calories burned. I must say this product is amazing. Scosche does a great job of providing everything you need in the box and then some, including 3 different size straps. The unit is small and you can barely feel it. The set up is very easy and the app is very easy to use. I found I was actually burning way more calories on my runs than Nike+ GPS was estimating. I highly recommend this great product!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Biba on April 6, 2012
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Long story short, this device is flawed. I bought the first one, and rushed to run. After 23 minutes, once my armband got soaky from the sweat, the arm sensor stopped sending info to the iphone. I looked at the LED sensors, they were "red" (as opposed to Green). Frustrated i got back home and called the folks at Scosche. They said: "if leds are on red and not green, then it's a hardware malfunction". I asked how come it malfunctioned in less than it's first half an hour of life? Anyway, they offered to send a replacement.

A week later, replacement was taken for a test. It horribly died under similar conditions in less than 30 minutes, once the armband got wet from sweat.
Don't waste your money and time with this device, it's badly designed.
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