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Thread: Which Heart Rate Monitor are you using?

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    Hi

    For indoors any low price Polar or Suunto models are fine, alsof you're interesting to save data training, then you need to find the best fix in your budget.

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    Polar are the best and easiest to fix when needed.

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    A great monitor that I can use indoors and out. The only downside is that I can't add a cadence function. It's definitely seen better days.

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    FT40- good watch and cheap. just a tip - replace the battery in the chest plate and watch at the same time. my chest plate battery died about a month before the wrist watch went!

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    Two fingers on the carotid artery for 20 seconds will give a quick number

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsballer57 View Post
    Two fingers on the carotid artery for 20 seconds will give a quick number
    But is a waste of time for continuous monitoring.......as in what does *the number* mean?

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    I've used both a Reebok and a Timex HR monitor, both of which were fine. Now I use a Garmin Edge 500, which allows me to upload my workouts to Training Peaks and Strava.

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    It depends on what you want to use it for: just measuring heart rate over time; heart rate with GPS tracking; or full cycle/run computer, with maps and heart rate (a selection here at bikeradar).
    I use the Garmin Forerunner 210, mainly for running, as it has incorporates a heart rate monitor, GPS tracking if I’m outside, and is integrated for sharing via Garmin Connect.
    For indoor or outdoor cycling I use the Garmin 810. The 810 is a cycle computer that I bought primarily for recording routes outside and for navigation on long routes. For a spin session, I just switch off the GPS, track a session and monitor my heart rate. At the end of the spin session, I save and upload to Garmin Connect (example here on Connect). From Connect, the training data can be transferred wherever I want, e.g. Strava.

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    I have an apple watch and I love it. It is by far my favorite monitoring tool, and the recent update just made it even better.

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    Polar F6. Happy with it for the most part.

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    Garmin vivofit hr!

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