Summary: I have had a red one for years and am looking for another one. It keeps the front of the monitor strap and transmitter right where they need to be on my body. Without it, my heart rate monitor strap could slide down.
Useful, but made somewhat smaller than listed size
Wendy L. Koontz, Amazon
19 March 2010
Summary: I've been using this with my Garmin 305 heart rate monitor for about a month. I am quite satisfied with this bra, and it does keep the chest strap in place which was a problem for me when using bras that didn't have the 'slots' cut in the lower band.
Summary: I loved the idea but was disappointed when I tried it out. The band loses contact and frequently won't register a heartrate. The holes are frayed. I still use the bra but I wear the band underneath it. I wish I had spent the money on a really good regular sports bra instead.
Summary: Great as a sports bra. Too much trouble for me to have to thread the strap for the monitor through each time, it doesn't slide easily. Then you have to get the strap out again for washing. For me, it's way easier just to tuck the monitor strap up underneath and you can do that with any sports bra.
Summary: This product is high quality. It does run small as they warn. It keeps the chest strap for the monitor in place and away from your skin as much as possible. This is nice as I have very sensitive skin. I would recommend this product.
Summary: I love the Polar Sports Bra. I've found it incredibly comfortable and it's so nice not to have your monitor slipping or sliding. I now plan to buy several more! I'm not sure how it would be if you need a lot of support, but it works well for me.
Summary: I got this polar heart bra because I found the strap that comes with the Polar Heart monitor difficult to keep in position, especially when I run. I can wash the strap with the bra and now I never forget my strap at home when I go to the gym. Really comfortable!
Summary: I had high hopes for this product but was a bit disappointed. The bra itself is good quality, but the holes through which the HRM chest strap are looped are poorly sewn and all began to fray within a week of use.