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Post by mikey » Thu, 08 Feb 2001 20:58:11



...  > Some customers have also bought the heart rate receiver kit,
which enables

Quote:
> the signal from a polar heart rate belt to appear on the display,
> alternating with stroke rate, and find that this gives them precisely
the
> workout they require....

just realised last week that you can get the same feature on the CII, I
was in a hotel gym in Liverpool and saw my heart rate displayed on the
shiny new machine next to me, which was being used by an older lady who
got off (worried) when it hit 180 and went get a glass of water....

enjoy whichever
mike

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Post by Gareth Wyn » Fri, 09 Feb 2001 18:54:53

I can see how that would have been a worry :o)
Is the WR heart rate attachment any better than just using a normal HR
monitor (i.e. does it do anything fancy or just display HR)?
G


Quote:

> ...  > Some customers have also bought the heart rate receiver kit,
> which enables
> > the signal from a polar heart rate belt to appear on the display,
> > alternating with stroke rate, and find that this gives them precisely
> the
> > workout they require....

> just realised last week that you can get the same feature on the CII, I
> was in a hotel gym in Liverpool and saw my heart rate displayed on the
> shiny new machine next to me, which was being used by an older lady who
> got off (worried) when it hit 180 and went get a glass of water....

> enjoy whichever
> mike

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Post by david.ballar » Sat, 10 Feb 2001 05:24:26

Pretty much the same except it gives an average for the piece (but some
monitors do this too). But it is at least easy to see.

David


Quote:
> I can see how that would have been a worry :o)
> Is the WR heart rate attachment any better than just using a normal HR
> monitor (i.e. does it do anything fancy or just display HR)?
> G