Polar H7 Bluetooth Heart Rate Sensor & Fitness Tracker
|Price:||$67.95 - $151.98|
- HEART RATE MONITOR: Provides live, accurate heart rate to compatible mobile training apps through Bluetooth Smart technology
- FITNESS TRACKER: Waterproof heart rate sensor, Compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad mini and iPod Nano (7th generation)Bluetooth Smart transmission technology
- STRONG BATTERY LIFE: For optimal battery life, detach transmitter from chest strap after every use
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Gym Link connects Polar heart rate monitors and activity trackers with compatible gym equipment
- CALORIE COUNTER CAPABILITIES: For those who want to count the calories they burn and get basic heart rate-based features to keep their fitness training simple
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Get results with polar H7 and Polar Smart Coaching
Hook up the Polar H7 heart rate sensor to Polar Beat and get accurate heart rate to your mobile phone. Heart rate based training allows you to train at the right intensity, avoid under and overtraining and reach your goals faster. Unlock the next level of fitness with Polar H7 and our premium Polar Smart Coaching features.
Want to burn calories? Beat your distance record? Choose a training target and let Polar Beat guide you.
Choose your favorite activity from 100+ sport profiles and get real-time voice guidance while you train. Track your distance and map your route with GPS.
Did your workout burn fat, increase strength or improve endurance? Analyze the effect of your training with Polar Beat. Get a quick overview or go in-depth in the free Polar Flow web service.
Share your training with friends, challenge them to beat your record or just spread the good vibes after an awesome workout.
Make the most out of every training session with the Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Sensor. It provides real-time heart rate to compatible mobile training apps, including Polar Beat and Polar Flow, via low energy Bluetooth Smart technology. Also connects with the majority of Polar heart rate monitors on the market and compatible gym equipment. Includes a soft fabric chest strap that seamlessly adapts to your body shape. User replaceable battery. Includes limited two-year manufacturer's warranty.FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How should I wear the H7 sensor? Moisten the electrode areas of the strap with water, attach the connector to the strap and wrap the strap around your chest. The heart rate sensor should be worn flat against the skin with the Polar logo in the upright position.
How should I clean the H7 sensor? Detach the connector from the strap after every use and rinse the strap under running water. Hang the strap to dry. When needed, hand wash the strap gently with a mild soap and water solution. Avoid moisturizing soaps. Do not soak, iron, dry clean or bleach the strap. Also, don’t stretch the strap or bend the electrode areas sharply.
How should I store my H7 sensor? Store the heart rate sensor strap and the connector separately to maximize the battery lifetime. Keep the heart rate sensor in a cool, dry place. To prevent snap oxidation, do not store the heart rate sensor wet in non-breathable material. Also, don’t expose the heart rate sensor to direct sunlight for extended periods.
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Chest HRM's are supposed to be one of the more accurate ways to measure your heart rate when exercising and seeing that 3 of the 4 HRM's I had were all within a couple heart beats from each other makes me believe the Polar (and the Samsung and Atlas) are fairly accurate in their readings. The fitbit, well, if it wasn't for the auto sleep profiling, that one would be going back to the store since it doesn't seem to be very accurate for it's intended purpose, being a fitness watch.
All in all, i'm very pleased with the Polar H7 HRM and I'll continue to use that for my cardio exercises and I'll rely on the atlas and Samsung when i'm doing weight exercises since wearing a strap is a bit annoying to me when i'm lifting weights. The fitbit... well... if I don't return it, it'll just be relegated to being a sleep monitor and that's it as I don't trust it for measuring anything else.
Download the free app "Polar Beat" to perfectly sync with this on your phone. Just know that you have to turn on your phone's Bluetooth but sync the Bluetooth in the app. The app keeps a detailed history for you that isn't limited (so far I have 3 months of daily workouts stored)
I use this for basically every workout of mine, and I workout everyday. The combo of the app syncing with the HRM is beyond perfect. If your phone is just in the room and you've tapped to start your workout on the app, it will track your info. Doesn't have to be right next to you nor does your screen have to be on.
It can connect to GPS as well and track your distances/routes as well as how what your pace is.
First pic is a screenshot during the workout the following 2 are after the workout is complete, the summary it gives you. The last pic is just showing you how the GPS tracker works with a walk a took my dog on.
Oh you don't have to have cell service on to use the app, it doesn't use your data.
I've had a variety of other brands straps over the years with the same design, and they lasted well over a year. For this to be happening at the 6-month mark indicates to me the most arrogant profit-boosting measures in the production phase. Do you people not make enough money on this ridiculously simple design to use some more reliable adhesives? Why not even reinforce it with thread, microstitched into the strap?
Retaining premium prices for reduced quality as a profit-boosting method after a reputation has been established: optimized capitalism. Was there a team meeting where their staff IO psychologists consulted with engineers and agreed on the optimal window for planned obsolescence to where people would get a bit upset but not terribly outraged, and they decided on "make it fall apart around 6-12 months" with the new and improved -- that is, cheaper -- design?
It's a shame, because while it worked I found it fairly easy to use. It could be finicky with pairing, just as all Bluetooth devices can get.