HRM-Cardiosport 2000

HRM-Cardiosport 2000

Post by Ron Daubenspe » Tue, 03 Oct 1995 04:00:00


I know that Polar HRMs are the most widely recommended, but does
anyone have first-hand knowledge of the Cardiosport 2000? It appears
to be comparable to the Polar Edge or Accurex, but for $30-$50 less.

Any advice one way or the other?

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Ron Daubenspeck                   | I speak only for myself, not BNR.
Raleigh, NC                       |

 
 
 

HRM-Cardiosport 2000

Post by Warr » Thu, 12 Oct 1995 04:00:00


Quote:

> I use the cardiosport 2000 and like it very much.  Learning to use it was
> compilicated and I had to refer to the book many times after I first got
> it,but I understand the higher end polars have the same problem.  The only
> thing bad I've  heard was from the Polar people.  They told me that there
> can be corrosion problems with the snaps that hold the chest unit on the
> chest belt.  They told me when the corrosion gets bad enough that the unit
> wont work I should buy one of their belts and this will eliminate the
> problem.

Polar knows this because their older models had this problem. Undo the
snaps, and put a little vaseline in there to help keep out the sweat. Or
use silicone to seal the area from getting sweat in there.

-Warren