Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor
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- tells you how much and how intensively to train
- Creates a training program based on your personal goals and sets new weekly training targets
- Gives feedback on the effect of your training
- Black women's heart rate monitor watch with several innovative training features
- Displays heart rate as percentage of maximum, bpm, and within target zone indicator
- Polar Star personalized training program delivers feedback and weekly training targets
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Smarter Exercise Starts Here
Exercising in the right zone will help you improve your fitness and see results sooner.
A heart rate monitor will help guide and motivate you so every workout counts.
Low intensity training is good for burning fat, while high intensity improves fitness. Your heart rate tells you your training intensity and helps you achieve the results you want.
Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor
Get the results you want with guidance from the FT60. Its STAR Training Program creates weekly workouts with intensity, calorie and time targets. As you hit your weekly goals, the FT60 tracks your progress and motivates you to do more. It's like a personal trainer on your wrist guiding you to your best workout.
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Now you can train as you want and reach your fitness targets with the FT60's personalized training program. It sets new targets by adapting to your personal training habits.
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I am a 22 year old female whom is slightly overweight and got this to help me maximize my workouts and help motivate me! I can say it has done its job!! It really helps motivate me because I am one of those people who like to keep track of everything. If you have tried calorie counting and deficits, it is super hard on your own, but by using sites like it makes it much easier! I'm not advertising caloriecount, but it is the same thing with this HRM and Polar's website [...]you can easily input all your data from your watch into the website and keep track with so much ease! It makes me not want to miss a workout day at all otherwise I have a big blank spot on my page :P
-Easy to use!
No complicated sequences of buttons to push to get to the next menu or to set the clock. When I was looking into which HRM to buy many people were aggravated by having to hold down two buttons then press another to set something or go through menus. That's just ridiculous!
While some people would prefer not to have a chest strap while working out the strap is comfortable enough to forget about it. It helps accurately track your HR and calorie rather than those which you have to hold your thumb to or similar ones where you have to stop what your doing to get your HR.
I like the backlight, and is quite helpful in dark situations :P (doesn't stay on for too long... maybe like 2-3 secs at a time)
HeartTouch is a function that is when you bring the watch close to the chest strap it will beep once and show you the time briefly so you can easily see the time without going through menus.
Zones are basically different levels of your heart rate which are categorized in pretty much an (easy) causal walking HR, a (medium) light jogging HR, or (hard) running HR. Now zone lock is where you can hold on the center button on the right to lock whichever zone you want to be in and the watch will beep telling you that you are not in your zone.
Depending on what weekly goal you put into the HRM for example, if you want to lose weight, gain fitness, or perhaps exceed in fitness it will tell you to spend more time in certain zones rather than others. If you want to lose weight it will tell you to stay in a particular low or med. zone longer for the week rather than high. You are able to change what your goal is whenever you decide.
I'm not too sure how many weeks it will hold up to or how much memory it has, but after the whole month I've been using it I can see all of my information that has been stored on it. It will let you know to work harder or train less in a particular HR zone based on your goal.
The watch, strap, and monitor are all waterproof, and does not seem to be damaged(30m it claims). In the handbook I believe it said not to use the buttons so much in the water to prevent water getting into the machine. I took it into the ocean and toyed around with it. It does not particularly work well as it cannot read the signals through the water medium, so the watch will constantly say it is disconnected (ONLY tried in ocean salt water, NOT tried in chlorine pool). MORE INFO IN CONS
You can buy the pedometer, cycling attachment, or GPS attachment to go with the HRM for more distance or more accurate readings. There may or may not be more attachments that I don't know of.
As I said before the chest strap is comfortable enough to forget about having it on, but the watch itself is also very comfortable and adjustable. There are also different straps you can buy if it is not comfortable for you specifically. There are also different sizes you can get if it doesn't fit you.
The strap is easily washable, just remove the attachment of the strap and rinse/wash in the sink.
Works with [...] You can buy the transmitter, but I don't think it is worth the extra $40 and hastle (I've read it is not that great). Anyone can easily input the data into the website and it only takes a minute.
-MY FAVORITE!!!! PRO!!!
It works with the gym equipment at 24 Hour Fitness (not sure what brands they are), but NEVER will I ever have to hold my hand on those semi-inaccurate and bacteria filled HR handle bars again!
It makes working out at the gym soooooo easy. I can always see my heart rate posted on the machines and I don't have to look at my watch unless I want to check out something other than my HR!
It does not have a stopwatch... I don't really understand why it wouldn't have a stop watch, but it doesn't. Regardless that wasn't a deal breaker for me, so I bought it anyway and still love it. I can do time math in my head, so not a big deal.
As I stated it is waterproof, HOWEVER it does not work well because it cannot send the signal from the watch to the strap through the water. If you are training for some sort of marathon that requires you to be on foot and then in water it's perfect. You do not need to spend time removing it from your body. If you are trying to record your HR in the water, this HRM is NOT going to work for you. You can however pop out of the water with both the watch and monitor above the water and receive a reading after a few seconds, but in all honestly it will kind of mess up your statistics in accurate calories and average HR and max. HR.(ONLY tried in ocean salt water, NOT tried in chlorine pool). FOR MORE INFO IN PROS
Can't see calories and HR at same time. You have to scroll to a different menu to see it. Hardly a big deal, but convienence.
I hope you're not like me, but I tend to lose the piece that attaches to the chest strap from time to time :( I can be unorganized so it makes sense. I recommend putting it in the same place everyday. The piece that attaches to the strap is about 2 1/2'' long 1 1/4'' high and 1/2'' wide, and I CONSTANTLY MISPLACE IT. I'm always looking for it.
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