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Polar T31 Non-Coded Transmitter and Belt Set
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- Non-coded heart rate transmitter belt includes medium strap that fits 25 to 54 inch chest size
- Transmits HR data to Polar heart rate monitors using 5kHz transmission and compatible gym equipment
- Slim, lightweight, and completely waterproof
- Non coded version (doesn't prevent crosstalk).Coded and non coded version both comes with similar user manual.
- Non user replaceable battery
- Kindly refer the user manual attached below for troubleshooting steps and instructions.
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Note: Getting started with your T31 transmitter is easy. For best results, thoroughly moisten the back electrode areas of the transmitter with water and adjust the strap length to fit snug, but comfortable. Check that the moist electrode areas are firmly against your skin and that the Polar logo is in the upright position. Tip: When you are finished with your workout, remove the transmitter, rinse with water and dry with a soft towel. Never store the transmitter wet, in a damp environment or in any kind of non-breathable material, such as a plastic bag or sports bag. Sweat and moisture may keep the electrodes wet and the heart rate sensor activated. This will shorten the battery life. Keep in a cool and dry place.
Top Customer Reviews
BTW, the new one works fine. No problem.
Update: A few months back I bought an Omron HR100 for someone else in my family. I tried the Omron transmitter belt with my Polar and Suunto receivers (uncoded) and it works great with both. Plus the Omron has an easily replaceable CR2032 battery. To cap it off the whole Omron system costs less than the replacement transmitter strap for the Polar. So that is the nail in the coffin for my relationship with Polar.
Note: according to the manufacturer (Polar) the battery is theoretically not replaceable and therefore the whole sensor strap must be thrown away. I plan to dust of my old miniature electronic equipment repair skills to see what I can find in there, and if I am lucky I may be able to salvage the old one. An environmentally friendly improvement for Polar would be to redesign it with a replaceable battery. The logo sticker on the front eventually peels off anyway, so that would be a good place to start.
I bought this 2 years ago and am finding that it does not transmit a steady signal to the treadmill. It looks like the battery is dying. However, Polar says it cannot be replaced and the "discounted price" for a replacement strap is $30. That is ridiculously high - you can buy another brand including the watch, for that amount. I would instead recommend SportLine where the battery can be replaced.
This is ridiculous and just plain bad business. It's also detrimental to our environment as you now have to throw away a perfectly good transmitter in the trash that is made of plastic that could have had a long useful life had I been able to change the battery.
Polar also makes it almost impossible to change batteries on products that are designed to have replaceable batteries. I have a polar wrist watch. (I paid a decent amount of money for this) The battery died. I am pretty handy at replacing watch batteries and have all the proper tools. I carefully took the 4 screws out of the HRM watch back. As soon as I did the insides sprung open on me and lots of little parts went everywhere. There was a little spring on the top, and an aluminum cover that let loose. I tried for six hours to put it back together. I finally got it back the way it originally was and was able to replace the battery. It didn't work at all. I'm sure something didn't go back together properly after this event.
Why oh why would any Company design products so poorly? I can tell you why. They don't care! It's easier for them and more profitable to just make junk that you have to replace with new products every year or so.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Only lasted about two months, and very inconsistent with staying connected to equipment.Published 2 days ago by Christiaan Grove
Just a LONG lasting, does what it's supposed to do invention. Of course, the non replaceable battery keeps in from a 5 star.Published 5 days ago by Jeffrey L. Williamson
This is a quality unit as the years of manufacture have definitely reflected. My only issue is that heartbeat is picked up only partially on some gym equipment, so much that it... Read morePublished 10 days ago by USA1
Needed a replacement battery/sensor for my old polar HR monitor watch from the 90's. This paired up immediately.Published 11 days ago by Kimberly W.
I use this with my Assault Air Bike. It has performed flawlessly.Published 13 days ago by Hilander86
Picks right up where my older one left off. It's paired with a Polar watch so can't speak to how it would work with other brands but it does the job perfectly for me.Published 18 days ago by Bradley D. Webb
I was told by polar that T31 belt transmitter will work with the FT7 Monitor but it does not now I am stuck with it.Published 25 days ago by Michael
Ordered this "non-coded" Polar T31 Transmitter through Amazon. Numbers on back ("CE0537 and N2965") are identical to my original unit but front of unit has... Read morePublished 25 days ago by SATAg