Reputation: Join Date Jul 2002 Posts 19,148 Originally Posted by Touch0Gray hey...pull the battery and make sure the contacts aren't bent away from the battery I'll check it out. Chances are you will see some type of corrosion that hopefully a good wash will eliminate. I will be at 170~ bpm, and then notice a gradual decline. The watch should be able to detect that it can't receive a signal from the strap. this contact form
K$ Reply With Quote 02-27-2011 #11 Touch0Gray Frog Whisperer Reputation: Join Date May 2003 Posts 38,502 well yeah...I spit on mine too...I was recommending the "couth" method for the lady! Instead of heart rate gel, I tried aloe vera gel and it worked like a charm. I was about to give up and try a different strap when I stumbled upon a solution. The last one lasted me only 3 months (I tried everything.) The old style lasted me longer so that's what I bought to replace the last premium garmin. find more
Lower? The thing gave perfect readings the whole time!! The Polar brand makes monitors that consist of a chest strap and watch so that you can constantly see your heart rate. At first I thought it was a battery issue but that only fixed it temporarily.
Despite periodic cleanings, I just can't bring myself to do it. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Wash occasionally with soap and water. 6. Polar Heart Rate Monitor Not Pairing Make sure the sealing ring is in the groove to ensure water resistance.
Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right..... "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it." "that was like trying to teach a goldfish how to play basketball over the Polar Heart Rate Monitor Reading Too High For more on Polar products in water, see Polar Products in Water Environment. Is the display frozen? RIZKNOWS 151,412 views 3:59 Polar ft.4 and 7 review and comparison! - Duration: 9:24. It arrived today.
The T31 transmission is non-coded GymLink , the rest are coded. Polar Electrode Belt which use W.I.N.D. Step 2 Press the "Set/Start/Stop" button one time if you model has this button. Reply With Quote 02-22-2011 #7 il sogno Sooper Dooper Moderator!
Commion problem is that until I build up a sweat the readings are of little use and the strap can slide down a bit too so that I end up having weblink They were all still under warranty, so I just bring them back and get a new one and wait until it breaks again..*lol* MANY people report problems, so personally I think I'm gonna email Polar. both for recovery rides (HR 115-125) and LT intervals (HR 157-162) Useless or is my heart just jacked (was told once I might have a heart murmur) also am a regular Polar Heart Rate Monitor Not Detecting Heart Rate
The only time mine was unable to get a heartrate reading was when I didn't wet the strap enough, otherwise it has worked like a dream. Polar A300 Heart Rate Monitor Pairing When you say it beeps, does it say check heart rate transmitter or anything? I've been having this exact issue with my 310XT and wasn't sure what to do about it.
I always put mine right on my sternum with the elastic of my sport bra directly over it. I've had zero problems with mine in the 4 months or so I've had it. 6-8 months all 3 times, then I start getting inaccurate readings, or it doesn't even pick End of story. I'm glad I read this, I was worried that my Garmin was starting to die on me.
Would my Breitling be an analogue quartz watch? Also, they tend to register better when we get sweatier. Tips Several things you can do to prevent problems with your Polar heart rate monitor. Now I will try a Polar Wearlink+ strap with the garmin transmitter and see if that helps.