Top positive review
answers some handling issues HRM biking.
on June 25, 2014
to go. simple. no worry. no build up. I use it with several HRM triathlon Ironmen. or casios. the watch tightens it as you put it one. Done. minimal shifting if you tighten it correctly. definitely helps my way of biking as road bike for fitness. southern hot weather is ok. cheap enough price - no frills, basically what I desired and the rest is up to whichever timepiece I wrap around it, mostly for HRM exercises, as my other bar has a Sigma which tracks all my other biking data. experience level: Im an oldfart, go figure. Pro: unobtrusive and exactly fits as described purpose. makes it fun and inviting. no downsides. I dont have to rebuild or buildup anything. Cons: feels slippery until I read the directions, so the learning curve, as primal as it can be, is to tighten the watch enough. Recommendability: Yes. I would recommend to friends that are in my cardiac boat. Needed? it redundates my handlebar, but very much is a step up to see either of my Timex HRMs display appropriately, which gives a 5 star to this light, gizmo. happily. yes I would buy it again.