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Old 06-20-2011, 12:23 PM
 
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The Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

You may be in a rigorous exercise regime but you also need the Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor which is a must have for every personal trainer. It works vey well to provide you with important information that makes your workout program both enjoyable and safe. The personalized information it delivers can be customized to help you and your trainer create specific exercises that correspond to your current fitness level. Even though many beginners claim that the FT 60 Heart Rate Monitor is a little challenging to set up, it has numerous training related features that make it a worthy purchase for anyone who cares about their own fitness.
The Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor is so easy to use after you understand it's working out because you can interpret and review your workout data. The FT60 will last you forever because it comes with a replaceable battery unlike some similar products in the market. All you need in order to with this device you are not simply checking out your heart rate because it actually ends up becoming some sort of personal trainer because it will be your virtual motivator. With the Polar FT60 you will know whether you are working out too much or too slow so that you adjust accordingly.
One of the best things about the Polar FT 60 Heart Rate Monitor is its reliability and accuracy. This device will cost you about $215 but it is worth every dollar you are going to spend. Among the advantages of the Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor include a big number of training features, a user replaceable battery, GPS and foot pods that come as optional additions and of course it comes in Men's and Women's designs. The downside however is that it is quite expensive and with that you also have to buy an uplink device and setting it up needs a lot of patience.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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