and the housing for the heart rate sensor is soft plastic which easily deforms when changing the battery
Darren Lynch, Amazon
28 January 2015
Summary: With 1 hour of daily use this unit consumes a battery every couple of months, and the housing for the heart rate sensor is soft plastic which easily deforms when changing the battery. Figure on changing the battery with every 60 or so hours of use.
Summary: I have been using this watch about 5-6 days a week since I purchased it almost a year ago. It has a lot of functionality built in like fitness test, zone lock, workout history and it also gives you a weekly review.
Summary: this watch store my heartbeats continuously, witch my old polar watch did not. it gives me feedback, and guide me for the intensity of my training, be it on my bike or with the weights. great product.
Summary: Overall great product - I've been using it for a year now, logged about 300+ hours of activity and only recently had to change the battery. Great for running, swimming, hiking, weight training, etc.
Summary: I was so excited to try this, but was very disappointed. 1. Polar personal trainer.com won't let me save strength training exercises. 2. Strength training guidance doesn't display the dotted line so it was difficult for me to predict when to do the next set. 3. Polar won't get back to my questions.
Summary: This watch is really great but the black background display is very bad. in low light condition you can barely see the numbers, you have to look at the display at the wright angle to see the numbers. i return this watch for replacement with the black and white display (traditional)