I have never used the data save feature of the H10, so smart to offer a lower priced version for folks who do not need. Wanna create comparison chart graphs just like I do for GPS, heart rate, power meters and more? High quality heart rate Thanks to the chest strap, the heart rate sensor is placed close to the heart, which is ideal for getting accurate heart rate readings. Make every beat count with the H10 Heart Rate Sensor from Polar. Size Charts can be found under the "Size" tab for all vests and styles and near the bottom of the page for all other products. Then receive 10% off of everything in your cart by adding code DCR10BTF at checkout. It’s go more software features than everyone above for about the same price. Always worked perfect! This is a quality strap for a decent price (RRP). I also just put together my complete ‘Gear I Use’ equipment list, from swim to bike to run and everything in between (plus a few extra things). However, the H9 will be different with a floor being set below the price of older Garmin models; the Garmin HRM-DUAL is currently $58 and so I doubt you will be able to buy a Polar H9 for $49.99 or less for a LONG time. At least I have my Garmin watch.

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Here’s the table of them all: And again, remember you can make your own comparison chart with all the heart rate straps/sensors I’ve reviewed (optical and chest straps) in the product comparison database here. Instead, it’ll just start broadcasting concurrently across the three formats: – ANT+ heart rate (unlimited connections) Below are the most popular. You can see it in the pairing menu, as well as the connectivity type (and, the ANT+ Manufacturer ID Polar is assigned of 123, each company gets their own ANT+ ID). Polar was late to the Ant+ scene so Garmin took over and Wahoo is making headway.

After usage, like any other chest strap, I recommend simply washing it off with water.

Good. The form is not valid.You must complete the Required fields. “I’m sorry to let you know that the warranty does not extend to the chest strap at this point in time as it’s over a year old. link to www8.garmin.com. Becuse a filter is applied it means that you have differences in dynamics and you may see differences in response but the difference as such is more related to the choice of design and filters and having a stable reading for the customer. have me do a reset with the electrodes, Done.

I also would like to know. More to come there. Ok, with that – I think we’ve covered all there is to know about it connectivity-wise and basic use. Most of the time.

Size M-XXL fits a 26-36 inch chest. You can edit your question or post anyway. Enjoy, and thanks for stopping by! Under a wetsuit, Suunto, Garmin and Polar (H10, caching) chest traps are all going to be fine. But wait, are you a female and feel like these things might not apply to you? Now one twist on this strap is that like the H10, it actually does retain Polar’s newish SDK functionality. I’ve partnered with the retailers below. Suunto Smart Sensor: Doesn’t work, hasn’t worked for years and will never work. In the case of Garmin, you can download the data from the HR strap afterwards (it does it automatically), but it won’t read from the strap during the swim (none of the current products from Garmin/Suunto/Polar/COROS/etc… do anymore). I had to really dig to find that one.

Howdy, I’ve really got no complaints about the H9. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. I’d like to pair to a smart watch (either a Garmin Fenix 5 or Coros Pace 2). The only thing that’s notable here on the Bluetooth Smart side is that the Polar H10 allows for dual Bluetooth Smart connections versus just the singular concurrent connection on the H9. Polar H9 Chest strap (EU/UK/AU/NZ – Wiggle) Polar H9 chest strap – Amazon This Polar H9 Review looks in detail at Polar’s new ‘best value’ chest strap. There’s a reason why Garmin’s HRM have only two sensor patches and Polar’s non-pro straps have such a short sensor area. Uncomfortable strap (kept slipping down), connectivity issues, HR accuracy issues.

Battery life on H10 is woeful. This coin cell battery should last you about a year with 1-hours worth of daily usage. I do like the onboard memory and sometimes use running dynamics so kinda holding on to the purchase for now. But its the old school plastic transmitter, not a soft belt.