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Pulse Heart Rate Monitor Calories Counter Chronograph Fitness Watch

3.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • ASIN: B007F9N4JS
  • Item model number: 88011585@@13518
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #552,126 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I purchased this item because the heart rate monitor on the exercise bikes at my gym are inaccurate. However, this watch is even worse. After 30 minutes on the bike the watch registers in the 60's which is way less accurate than the monitor on the bike. Also its very difficult to program and the calorie counter is inaccurate too!
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When I started using this watch, within the first hour I was ready to ship it back immediately! But I learned how to use it, and it's actually fairly accurate. What you have to do is to put the very center of the pad of your finger (preferrably the same one each time) on the sensor, and holding it very gingerly, it will locate your pulse and give you a reading. It's usually very close to the reading I'm getting from the hand sensors on my exercise bike. The other thing to remember is that when it finds your pulse, you will see a little heart indicator flashing on and off with your rate - but if it doesn't sense it within a 2-3 seconds, you should reset and try again. That's because there isn't a strong enough signal being located, or you might be varying the pressure on the watch sensor. The instruction pamphlet says that if the tips of your fingers are turning white when you hold on, then you're holding too tightly - and that is absolutely true. The lighter the touch, the better. Personally, I hold the pad of my middle finger on the sensor, and my thumb on the other side of the watch, until I hear the beep indicating that it's done. Like I said, if it doesn't sense your pulse within 2-3 seconds, or if it finds an intermittent pulse, your reading will be inncacurate or it will tell you to retry.

It would be nice if the day of the week were displayed, and a backlight would be helpful, and it is bulky on my wrist - but it does do what it is supposed to do! It also has a chronograph and exercise chronograph. If you need a very inexpensive watch to just measure your heart rate, buy this one!
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By MICHELLE on February 20, 2014
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This watch fits good , has a alarm works good of course gives you the time. However it doesn't give you the calories as you burn them nor does it read my pulse. even though that's what it suppose to do. So I am not a fan at all. I don't even use it still in the box.
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I purchased this item solely for the purpose of measuring my heart rate while working out. The sensor is on the side, to the right of the face of the monitor and it is very finicky. You have to get your finger on it just right in order for it to pick up your pulse and then most times it's spotty in receiving it. Sometimes I have to try several times and I know the read is still incorrect. I can be working out really hard and this thing will tell me that I'm at 68 so I stop and really try to measure correclty and by the time I can finally get it to pick up my pulse consistently my heart rate has slowed so much that I still don't know where I was at before I had to stop. Every now and again it will work right but for the most part, not so much. It is better than nothing so I guess whether it's worth the price is debatable. That really is the best I can say about it: It's better than nothing.
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I got this because I started to work out and wasn't sure how reliable because it cost so less compared to the ones I found in various stores. This has worked great as a watch, heart rate monitor, and more. I like that I don't have to wear a band around my chest in order for it to work. Just the tip of my finger and I can get my rate.
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I have really enjoy my Pulse Heart Rate Monitor Calories Counter Fitness Watch, it has really help me keep up with the calories that I burn as well as my heart rate when exercising.
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For a $5 watch, it does everything I want it to do. My only criticisms are that it can be a little confusing finding the right mode and the heart rate sensor tends to be slow.
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It only last about a month, the numbers are hard to read and it is sort of confusing i guess we get what we pay for
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