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Oregon WM100 Scientific Smartsync Data Logger Heart Rate Monitor with PC Download
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- Direct data upload to PC
- Start time and date stamp for every session
- Up to 99 sessions
- 30 hour memory storage
- Splash proof
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SmartSync Heart Rate Logger records workout data from any 5.3kHz heart rate monitor chest belt and downloads information onto PC via USB connection. * Direct data upload to PC * Start time and date stamp for every session * Up to 99 sessions * 30 hour memory storage * Splash proof
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I just purchased this product and for the price am pretty happy with it thus far. It is very small (the center clear plastic display area is exactly the size of a nickel) and weighs 3/4 of an ounce or about 22 grams.
There are two reasons I cannot give it 5 stars.
1. There is little documentation as to which heart rate chest straps this unit will work with. Turns out that the Polar T31-Coded chest strap that came with my Polar F6 watch, does not work with it. Luckily for me I have an older plain T31 chest strap that works fine (with both the data logger and my Polar F6).
2. The battery was almost dead when the unit arrived. I had to go out and spend an additional $5 (us dollars) to get a replacement battery before I could use it.
So far though, the unit does what it claims to do and that is give me second by second heart rate information during my workouts. Also, I am using the software on Windows Vista with no problems. To avoid issues that others may have had in transferring data, install the software BEFORE connecting the data logger to the PC for the first time.
If you are seriously interested in stress reduction by measuring heart rate variability or in monitoring your exercise program, this is for you.
Thanks, Oregon Scientific for a great product.
but Oregon Scientific technical support is almost non-existent. On 2 occasions it took over a month to get an e-mail reply, and the answers were not helpful.
Not compatible with Timex bands. Seems to work OK with Polar.
Behaves unpredictably sometimes and has broad blanket warnings about not working near bike computers, power lines, cell phones, etcetera, which leaves me wondering what on earth is causing it to act weird when it does.
Prepare to be exasperated. Prepare to buy your own batteries. If you can accept its inconsistencies, you may still find it to be of some use.
the software does not have any editing features. there are many anomalies in the graphs produced by the software (i had several spikes of over 250 beats per minute...not possible). the anomalies skew the heart rate averages.
the logger has the same interference problems as the monitors such as electronic hand dryers (high frequency interference).
i have purchased several loggers for friends and family. all have been delivered with dead batteries.
the cover for the usb connection to the logger is tiny and easily separated from the logger. it's a good moisture block but with no secure way of attachment.
for the price, i would recommend the logger.
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