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Buh-Bump 2.5-Ounce Heart Rate Monitor Electrode Cream
|Price:||$7.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Buh-bump heart rate monitor electrode cream is a highly conductive cream
- Buh-bump is especially formulated to produce superior conduction between skin and electrodes
- Buh-bump ensures accurate heart rate display 100-percent of the time
- Formulated to produce superior conduction between skin and electrodes
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|Item Dimensions||5.51 x 2.36 x 1.38 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.1 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Special Size Type||Various|
buh-bump is especially formulated to produce superior conduction between skin and electrodes ensuring an accurate heart rate display 100% of the time - from warm-up to cool-down.
reverse osmosis water, cetyl alcohol, surfactants, potassium chloride, polymer, preservatives, fragrance.
Apply buh-bump lieberally to each electrode or directly to the skin. (Use extra buh-bump to prevent transmitter chaffing.) Strap on the transmitter and enjoy! After use, clean electrodes as recommended.
Top Customer Reviews
I need a reliable HRM reading because I use a treadmill program which sets the treadmill speed based on my heart rate. If my chest strap does not make a good connection, the heart rate reading jumps around, and the treadmill goes a little berserk trying to get my heart rate reading to the target rate.
Both products provided a good HRM chest strap connection, but Spectra 360 was cheaper and easier and more pleaseant to use.
I have tried a lot of gels and creams for my Polar chest strap, which I use with my Tunturi treadmill in HRC programs.
Till now, I had used several gels and creams, but they were not successfull for the job. The treadmill showed much more beats and so, the machine slowed down and the program did not work.
Now things chavged. I see 500+ calories burnt and 7Km distance, while with the other products, I saw 350calories and 5.5Km, at the same time interval.(1 hour).
Now, I add this for better results.
I use two pieces of cotton cloth cut to fit the electrode side of the strap, which ,(the cloth),I immerse in water first, and put them on the electrode side of the strap, putting some cream on both sides of the cloth.
This makes the surface moisture more time, so the system works very well.
With the addition of the cloth, I would put a 5 to rate the item.
At some point the cream does stop working for me but it's not the cream's fault. In my case, every Polar chest strap (and every Polar watch) I have ever purchased eventually failed. I've since switched over to Garmin compatible chest straps with Polar or Wahoo Fitness sensors and don't need the cream any more. The cream is still great. I just don't need it with Garmin or Wahoo Fitness style chest straps.
This is somewhat more expensive than Spectra Gel (it works fine too), but you don't nearly need as much. Just a small dab on each side of the transmitter works fine. Spectra needs two or three times as much. Net: price per use is about the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome product. If you have ever dealt with improper readings, spikes in HR display, regardless of the make of your HRM, you must try this. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I've always used water (as suggested) by the heart rate monitors, but when you have to drive a distance before you start exercising (biking) and there is no water available, this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by 4WD4evry1
Spit works just as well. You need to apply a LOT of this stuff. Many times I went out when it was cold and my monitor didn't start working until I was sweating, which takes a while... Read morePublished 4 months ago by james bustle
This gel seemed to generate a slightly more consistent reading than saliva and it was not as slippery as another one I tried so it did not cause my chest strap to slip down any... Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Walvoord