Heart rate monitors can tell you when you need to pick up the pace or that you’re pushing your limits. These heart rate monitors will give you a more accurate reading than your Apple Watch or that old treadmill at the gym.
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You can pair the Polar H10 with your iPhone, Android, or Apple Watch to track your heart data through Polar’s app with Bluetooth. The soft, lightweight strap will fit anywhere from an XS to an XXXL chest. If you’re a swimmer, this monitor is for you. A note: this watch only remembers one workout session at a time.
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The Lintelek displays your heart rate during your workout on its slim screen. After you finish your workout, it will give a report on your maximum, minimum, and average heart rates. While you can run in the rain with this watch on, you can’t swim laps in it like you can with the Polar H10.
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The Ezon monitor watch comes with a chest strap that is adjustable and is water-resistant. This monitor displays your heart rate in large numbers, so it’s easy to see while you’re on the move. When you push your exercise outside your set heart rate zone, this watch will set off an alarm telling you to slow down.