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Timex Road Trainer Women's Heart Rate Monitor Watch

by Timex
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List Price: $109.95
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Black / Silver / Blue
  • Intuitive, streamlined women's watch and heart rate monitor lets fitness enthusiasts track their training progress, and do it in street-ready style
  • Simplicity and user-friendly design are well-suited to everyday exercises, but it also comes with a feature set capable of getting you through your first Ironman competition
  • Includes timex digital heart rate sensor with digital data transmission; data recorder compatible; max heart rate zone calculation; INDIGLO night-light with night-mode
  • 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times, 50-lap memory with average heart rate per lap, and 100-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat; alarm with five-minute backup, 24-hour time, and month, day, and date display
  • Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
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Product Description

Whether you train with a club on the road, or in a spinning class at the gym, maximize your potential with the Timex Road Trainer Women's Heart Rate Monitor Watch. This full-featured training tool provides all the data you need, so you know you're on your way to reaching your goals.Alarm with 5-minute backup.100M water resistant..Heart Rate Monitor features: Target Zones: Preset your desired heart rate exercise zone, alarm notification when you are not in zone Average Heart Rate: For your workout and for each lap Time in Zone Calories Burned %-of-Max Heart Rate Display Recovery Heart Rate Timer: Measure your heart rate after a timed recovery during or after your workout Max Heart Rate Zone Calculation: Automatically sets your five training zones; one manual zone Digital Transmission: Protects your data from cross-talk with other heart rate monitors and electronic interference from exercise equipment Data Recorder 2 and Data Recorder compatible Owner-Replaceable Battery in Heart Rate Sensor..Target Zones: Preset your desired heart rate exercise zone, alarm notification when you are not in zone.Average Heart Rate: For your workout and for each lap.Time in Zone.Calories Burned.%-of-Max Heart Rate Display.Recovery Heart Rate Timer: Measure your heart rate after a timed recovery during or after your workout.Max Heart Rate Zone Calculation: Automatically sets your five training zones; one manual zone.Digital Transmission: Protects your data from cross-talk with other heart rate monitors and electronic interference from exercise equipment.Data Recorder 2 and Data Recorder compatible.Owner-Replaceable Battery in Heart Rate Sensor..

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DLN9IM4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

The watch is easy to read and easy to use.
William S. Godfrey
The only drawback at this time is that it is very easy to hit the lap button when you are working out on the floor.
justin sipes
I will replace the battery and see what happens.
Rob Wahlgren

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Daniel R. Levesque on December 29, 2009
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue
This is my fourth heart rate monitor in 12 years. By far the best so far.

Pros:
Intuitive menus.
Easy to read large display.
Easy to change priority display in dual display mode. See heart rate in large view or split/lap time.
Easy to select target heart rate zone for workout planned.
Easy to review workout data.
Actually comes with a book on heart rate training principles.

Cons:
Chest strap is rather short. I'm not a big guy but had to extend the strap to its longest length. May not fit people with large chest.
Only captures time spent in target zone. Other monitors I had also captured time above and below target zone, which can also be useful.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Zdelar on March 29, 2009
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue
I finally got a heart rate monitor after searching a long time. It seemed every time I would decide on one and then go to buy it a couple days later, it would disappear or cost a lot more. This monitor is nice after you get the hang of it, which took me a little while. It picked up a signal pretty quickly and the chest strap stayed on nicely. The calories burned seemed way to high, which disappointed me. It said i burned 680 calories during a 50 minute Jillian video. While, I was in zone 3-4 mostly, it still seems like an overstatement. Overall, it does it's core job and the zone feature is really handy.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By W Moore on January 6, 2012
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue
Like this watch. Borderline love it. Like the size, reliable hrm readings, easy to learn programming. But after about a year of use the band broke. Good luck finding a replacement on-line. I took it back to where I bought it -- they had to ship it off to Timex repair. It took about 3 months, but I did eventually get the watch back with a new band. Now, after about 2 months of use, the band has broken again. Bummer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By VAO on March 7, 2010
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue Verified Purchase
I bought this watch mostly for the heart rate monitor. However, I really like everything about it. The heart rate monitor does a nice job during my workouts. It takes a few minutes to display the actual heart rate accurately, but once it is working, I find it very accurate. I really like the target heart rate zone monitor and the calories burned reading also. Another plus is the dual time zone feature which worked out well on my recent vacation to Australia. At a touch of a button, I could see what time it was back home. I have a very small wrist, so the band is a bit large. I have to wear it in the smallest hole possible, but it does fit at this setting. Overall, I am very happy with this watch.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By hebel on June 9, 2011
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue Verified Purchase
I had bought and used this watch before. After about two years, the HR monitor didn't work, it would just read a HR of 240. (I have read other reviewers have this problem as well) I really needed a HR monitor to train for the triathlon season and so I decided to send my old monitor to timex for repair and bought a less expensive version to use in the meantime. Well, the less expensive version was NOT at all what I needed so I returned it for this item. I loved my old one and this version is much the same. It is easy to use and the data is easy to read. I also love that you can view your HR and the chrono timer at the same time. (The less expensive version did not have this feature, it was one or the other.) I am a competitive, recreational triathlete and I feel like this monitor is a great tool to help me train smarter. You can customize your zones or just enter your max HR and the watch will set them for you. It also had a recovery mode that I find useful. And after your workout you can review time, average HR, time in zone, and calories burned (I've read some people feel this is inaccurate but I think it's good for a general idea of calories expended. I don't expect it to be exact.)You can also activate an alarm to sound when you are out of your target HR zone.
Useful features, great price, valuable training tool. We'll see hoe long the HR monitor accurately works but at this price, I feel like I got my moneys worth.I highly recommend.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M.C. on September 23, 2012
Color Name: Black / Silver / Blue Verified Purchase
Well, I'll start off by saying that I returned it.

The chest strap fit well with plenty of room to make it smaller as needed. Since it fit under the band of my sports bra, I didn't really notice it as I worked out. It seemed to take an accurate heart rate, as I also checked my own heart rate manually.

I wanted a HRM with split/lap capability for running, accurate HR and calorie burn. The calorie burn was waaaaaay off on the HRM. I triple checked a variety of online calorie burn calculators. The HRM was well over the highest estimate by 400 calories. Another review suggested reducing my weight by 5# increments until the calorie burn seemed more accurate. After taking off over 30 pounds in the HRM, it was still registering really high calorie burn numbers. As that was one of the 3 major components I wanted, that was sort of a deal breaker.

Overall, the watch was easy to set up and within a couple workouts I was able to maneuver the menus while running without any difficulty. I didn't find the buttons to be too small or hard to press. The split/lap button on the face of the watch was a bit sensitive and prone to accidental bumping. I also found the split/lap review a little difficult to read/comprehend.

If accurate (or even semi-accurate) calorie burn is a factor in purchasing this HRM, then reconsider. When I contacted Timex customer service, they replied that I should send it in to them. Frankly, it wasn't worth the time and effort (and expense) to do that.
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