60beat Heart Rate Monitor for iPhone, Android & ANT Plus Devices, Black
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- Works with iPhone 6s, 6, 5s, 5c, 5 and 4s (and plus versions)-be sure to use the most updated 60beat app in app store
- Works with over 100 running, cycling, walking, HRV (heart variability) and wellness apps
- Including MapMyRun, Runmeter, Endomondo, LogYourRun and RunKeeper
- Dual technology: works with ANT + (Garmin) and Apple watch, connects to ANT + compatible watches
- Android on galaxy S4, S5, S6 and other androids using OS 4.3 or higher
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WHAT DOES IT WORK WITH:
iPhone 4S to 6S and Bluetooth Smart compatible devices. This includes many iPads and the Apple Watch. Many Androids and ANT + productsANDROID and ANT +
Android using 4.3 operating system or higher. Works with popular apps like 60beat, Runtastic, Runtastic Pro, MapMyRun and all ANT + compatible productsHOW DOES IT CONNECT
It connects directly with your SmartPhone using Bluetooth Low Energy or to ANT + devices like VivoFitTONS OF APPS
It works with any App that is compatible with a Bluetooth Low Energy heart rate monitor or ANT +. This includes 60beat App, Runkeeper , Runmeter , MapMyRun , Endomondo , Cyclemeter , Runtastic , LogYourRun , Pedometer Pro , iBody, Strava Run , Strava Cycling , Buddha Mind , 321run , Spinning and many more. Most apps are free or low cost. The Nike App on iPod touch gen 7 The Apps cover running, cycling, walking, indoor fitness, wellness, weight loss, meditation, sleep therapy, heart rate variability and more.SOME OF THE FEATURES
Heart Rate, Average Heart Rate, Max Heart Rate, Heart Rate in Zones, Calories, Heart Rate vs speed or distance. Data storage. GPS functionality and moreSTORE AND SHARE
Many apps allow you to share with Facebook. Several apps store the data within the apps and allow you to track over time, graphing, etcWHAT’S IN THE BOX BLUE Heart Rate Monitor with Elastic Strap.....fits most sizes, the battery and an Instruction Manual APPLE WATCH USERS The BLUE Heart Rate Monitor will only connect with one iPhone or Apple product at a time. So if you connect to the Apple watch, it will not appear on the iPhone
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I was surprised at how easy it was to breach the shell- twice around the plastic seam with a Stanley knife was all it took, and the ends were not really sealed at all. The circuit board connects to the side rubbers through two connections- one metal to metal and one metal to rubber. The metal to metal connection is the weak point. The contact tension is not that strong, so coupled with the lack of complete sealing the contacts got slightly corroded and stopped working. I cleaned them, increased contact tension, taped the shell back up and it works like new for two months now.
I would not recommend this product to swimmers! I would not recommend this to anyone who will be soaking their shirt during a workout 3 or more times a week. There are more professional HR monitors for the very athletic. The manufacturer needs to build a more robust unit with better internal connections and a shell that completely seals in production.
Not many Android devices support Bluetooth Low Energy, and not many Android apps support it, either. Runtastic Pro is so far the best app I've found that works with this device. The non-pro version of the app can't connect to sensors.
My phone is a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon, toro), running CyanogenMod 10.2 (Android 4.3).
Update: like many other reviewers, mine died for no reason. No physical damage, just stopped working. It's like they put a timeout to force you to buy a new one.
I purchased an LG HBS-730 headset and happily used it for several months, multiple times per week with both the HR monitor and the BT headset at the same time. Now the HR monitor doesn't work any more. It won't pair with anything, music or not. I changed the battery, which didn't help. It's too late to be able to return it, so I guess I'm stuck with a $50 chest strap. I'll change my rating to 2 stars because it really was nice - for a little while.
A commenter suggested that my problems are due to both my BT headsets being BT 2.0, and I think the commenter is right. Some research shows that if I were to buy a headset that's BT 3.0 or higher, it would probably work fine with the HR monitor and my iphone 5.
I use the HR monitor about 5x a week and it works great, after some initial learning/difficulty getting HR to show in Endomondo.
I bought this mainly because another reviewer said that they could listen to music through BT at the same time as using the HR monitor. I just got the thing last night, but initially at least, I'm having problems doing that with my iPhone 5.
I have BlueAnt Q2 and LG HBS700 BT headsets and the only combination I've been able to get sound at the same time as using the HR monitor is with Endomondo and the BlueAnt, however the sound drops out every 1-2 seconds, and I'm not interested in using the BlueAnt while working out as it only has one ear piece. The LG is a collar-type, but I can't get it to work at all at the same time as the monitor . Using the 60beat app doesn't work with either headset and the HR monitor at the same time, and neither does Runkeeper. I've tried pairing the HR monitor then starting the workout app, then starting music, and what happens is the music makes the HR stop showing. If I do it the other way - start music first, then pair the HR monitor and start the workout app, it stops sending music through BT and sends it to the phone speakers when the workout app starts monitoring HR. All the combinations work two at a time. It's just the combination of all 3 that I can't get to work.
It looks like my phone can only handle one BT signal at a time. The world doesn't end, but it isn't as easy as the reviewer made it seem. I'll keep trying and update if I get it to work. It's still worthwhile even if I have to listen to music through a cord (the horrors!).
The other thing I'd like to do with this HR monitor that I haven't seen anyone else write about, is try to get a sense of my BMR. It would be cool if I could just wear this thing for a day and out pops my BMR from some app, but I don't see it anywhere.
It's still going to be useful, so I won't send it back. My normal running app is Runkeeper and it works great with that. I haven't tried it yet for a non-running workout, but enough others have had no problem, that I'm not concerned.
This rough life proved to be too much & it broke.
Which rendered it useless.
Contacting customer service resulted in:
"You can buy a new one on Amazon for $33.
Sorry, this is the best we can offer
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