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Suunto Ss015162000 T6c Heart Rate Monitor- Red

3.5 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • ANT comfort heart rate monitor belt features soft fabric for comfort and traction strips for a snug fit. The belt also provides interference free HR monitoring
  • Training Effect to monitor your aerobic conditioning level
  • 30 logs of memory. Save all of your logs, or just selected ones
  • Includes a USB cable and software to transfer workout data to your PC
  • Measures real time calories burned

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Product Description

The Suunto t6c Heart Rate Monitor puts a professional sports training lab right on your wrist. Get real time heart rate and calorie readings with the textile comfort chest belt, and analyze all of your data at home with the included software. The t6c features a fully customizable screen layout, and an altimeter for hill training and altitude analysis. This techy Suunto heart rate monitor also includes all basic watch functions including dual time, date, alarm, and a stopwatch with lap, interval, and countdown timers. Convert your t6c for cycling and track your speed, distance, and cadence with the Suunto Cadence POD or Bike POD (sold separately).

Product Features
  • Material: [Housing] plastic; [Strap] rubber
  • Altimeter: Yes
  • Barometer: No
  • Heart Rate Monitor: Yes
  • Chronograph: Yes
  • Thermometer: No
  • Digital Compass: No
  • Adjustable Declination: No
  • Low Battery Indicator: No
  • PC Compatible: Yes
  • Waterproof: Water resistant
  • Backlight: Yes
  • Alarms: Time
  • Battery Type: User-replaceable coin cell
  • Battery Life:
  • Size: Medium
  • Weight:
  • Recommended Use: Training, cycling
  • Manufacturer Warranty:
  • Country of Origin: Finland

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B002CIWMD6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,109,300 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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By Mark Witt on December 19, 2008
Color: Black
I've had this HRM since Summer of 2008 and it's been a great fitness tool. I purchased two of the accesories for the watch, the suunto food pod (later edition) and the suunto bike pod. Both pods have worked flawlessly in sync with the T6c and I highly recommend them if you jog or mountain bike. The T6c has its pros and cons, i'll jump right in and explain them:

Pros:
- able to browse through 6 settings during your workout(For example, I use duration, Current Heart Rate, Calories burned in one screen and Distance, Speed, Avg Speed in the 2nd screen (using either one of the pods)). You can also browse to the Time interchangeably with the two aforementioned screens.
- amazing graphical software (Firstbeat ATHLETE) is available for purchase and compatible with the T6c. Also a con, which i'll explain.
- comfortable fitting heart rate strap makes it hardly noticeable during exercises
- Workouts can easily be uploaded to PC with included USB cable link.

Cons
- The backlight is useless. If you browse through the suunto forums, you'll find the backlight gives many people trouble. For my watch, it doesn't work PERIOD. If you workout at night and need to view the watch at night frequently, you may want to reconsider this watch if that is one of your purchasing factors.
- The software that comes with the watch Suunto Training Manager is subpar in my opinion. You can view line graphs and all of your uploaded stats, which is nice, but the layout and interface of the program is sloppy and unorganized. Firstbeat ATHLETE however, is beautiful compared to STRM. It has beautiful graphs and many combinations of results you want to see. The downside is that this program costs 80 dollars!
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Color: Black
As I stated in the title I consider the Suunto T6c one of the two best HRMs in the market. The other great HRM is Polar RS800cx. And you may have hard time choosing one over the other. That is why I ended up using both in my training and racing.

Here are few things you will love on the T6c:

1. Solid build that can withstand pretty good amount of abuse during training and racing
2. The HR strap is extremely comfortable
3. Watch display can be customized to let you display what you need most during the training or races. There are two displays with three lines each that you can configure. Two top lines are fixed and on the third line you can cycle between various workout values you pre-define. Very flexible for any workout or race
4. It is very easy to 'program' simple guided workouts in the watch even in the last minute before you start training
5. Availability of EPOC/TE on the watch during the workout. Note that the EPOC/TE requires you to setup your parameters correctly in the watch to get benefit out of it - parameters like VO2max, HR max, activity level. If you are having hard time determining these values I suggest you to take advantage of Suunto Sports discussion forums (Google them). People there will be happy to help you.
6. The watch is capable of automatic switch between various pods - from bike pod to run pod. This is especially important for triathlete or multisport athlete. Not so much for cyclist or runner.

Things you may not like as much:
1. The Suunto software that comes with the watch while sufficient to analyze the workouts is not as flexible as software from other HRM manufacturers.
2. The back light flickers when you switch it on during the exercise mode.
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I have had the fusion for about a week now - perhaps it's premature to write a review, but I can't find any sticking points to keep me from loving this watch/HRM.

I am not a "pro" or even a "die hard", but I wanted to take my athleticism to a new level. I had dinked around with several Polar models, and even a Nike because that's what the local running store sells. It took me a long, long time and alot of reading to get up the courage to enter the market at this price point, but I gotta say I am glad I did.

I was considering the Forerunner but the idea that you had to charge it every couple of days was off-putting. Still, the Suunto was a big investment, especially given the ambiguous reviews here on Amazon. I swallowed hard and did it eyes wide open.

You know something? Not one single negative thing listed in these reviews happened. The backlight isn't that bad - I can read the watch clearly at night in bed. The software isn't that bad - I did buy the FirstBeat program and I like it better, but not to the detriment of the equipment. How much information can you really use? I'm not in that league. There is a seamless connection between all the pods I use (several at the same time if you include the heart rate belt - how DO they get that thing to be so accurate and so THIN and comfortable???). And when I run on the treadmill I can check my heartrate with the handgrips and they match to the beat.

There is only one minor caveat - I am pretty good with technology but not good at reading the instructions. I got stuck and decided to call customer support and was on hold for about 15 minutes - long enough for me to read the instructions (duh!) and solve the problem easily myself and hang up before somebody answered.
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