Timex Ironman Road Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch, Black/Silver/Blue, Mid Size
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- Intuitive, streamlined women's watch and heart rate monitor lets fitness enthusiasts track their training progress, and do it in street-ready style
- Simplicity and user-friendly design are well-suited to everyday exercises, but it also comes with a feature set capable of getting you through your first Ironman competition
- Includes timex digital heart rate sensor with digital data transmission; data recorder compatible; max heart rate zone calculation; INDIGLO night-light with night-mode
- 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times, 50-lap memory with average heart rate per lap, and 100-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat; alarm with five-minute backup, 24-hour time, and month, day, and date display
- Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
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The Road Trainer digital heart rate monitor with 50-lap memory chronograph eliminates cross-talk. It is perfect for the multi-sport enthusiast who works out harder and longer at the gym or on the road. Wear your heart rate monitor to . . . Track your activity level...Maintain a healthy lifestyle...Intensify your workouts. The lightweight Digital Heart Rate Sensor features an adjustable elastic strap and a replaceable battery.
The Timex Ironman Road Trainer is an intuitive, streamlined watch and heart rate monitor that lets serious fitness enthusiasts track their training progress -- and do it in street-ready style. Its simplicity and user-friendly design are well-suited to everyday exercises, but it also comes with a feature set capable of getting you through your first Ironman competition.
- Women's-specific size and design
- Includes timex digital heart rate sensor
- Max heart rate zone calculation
- Digital data transmission
- Data recorder compatible
- INDIGLO night-light with night-mode
- 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times
- 50-lap memory with average heart rate per Lap
- 100-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat
- Alarm with five-minute backup
- 24-hour time
- Month, day, and date display
This Timex watch includes a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
With a history that traces back to the 1850s, Timex Corporation is the nation's leading watch manufacturer. The company is known for its wide-ranging line of affordably-priced watches, with styles and designs made for everywhere from the locker room to the board room.
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The chest strap fit well with plenty of room to make it smaller as needed. Since it fit under the band of my sports bra, I didn't really notice it as I worked out. It seemed to take an accurate heart rate, as I also checked my own heart rate manually.
I wanted a HRM with split/lap capability for running, accurate HR and calorie burn. The calorie burn was waaaaaay off on the HRM. I triple checked a variety of online calorie burn calculators. The HRM was well over the highest estimate by 400 calories. Another review suggested reducing my weight by 5# increments until the calorie burn seemed more accurate. After taking off over 30 pounds in the HRM, it was still registering really high calorie burn numbers. As that was one of the 3 major components I wanted, that was sort of a deal breaker.
Overall, the watch was easy to set up and within a couple workouts I was able to maneuver the menus while running without any difficulty. I didn't find the buttons to be too small or hard to press. The split/lap button on the face of the watch was a bit sensitive and prone to accidental bumping. I also found the split/lap review a little difficult to read/comprehend.
If accurate (or even semi-accurate) calorie burn is a factor in purchasing this HRM, then reconsider. When I contacted Timex customer service, they replied that I should send it in to them. Frankly, it wasn't worth the time and effort (and expense) to do that.
Funny- I've had the watch on while wakeboarding and swimming with no problems, but when I wore it to Schlitterbahn it got water in it. :( I had to take it to a watch shop to get it fixed.
The chest strap is adjustable with an elastic type band on it. The adjusting slider can be uncomfortable it you happen to have it under your back during yoga or ab work. I have started removing half of the strap and letting it hang so that the slider doesn't rub my spine.
The front piece sits just under your pecs (or bra band for women). Half the time I forget I'm wearing it. --I have worn it for hours of paintball or riding the wave runner and wakeboarding with no problems.--
It has an indiglo feature. Handy for wearing to a movie you can't wait to get out of.
You can see your heart rate while watching your time spent on exercises which is helpful to determine if you are giving it your all. There is no computer hook ups, so you will need to use a tracking website to keep your data together. I didn't want an HRM I needed any sort of membership for.
After your workout you can check "Review" and see your time, average HR, and even Calories Burned.
It does have "lap" settings, but I don't use those.
And, it's pretty cute for a sport type watch.