Why We Like The Garmin Pro Plus Heart Rate Monitor
We track our training efforts with the Garmin Pro Plus Heart Rate Monitor whether we're using it alongside a Garmin Smartwatch or on its own, indoor or out. This heart rate monitor is rated to 5 ATM so it's built ready to make a splash in triathlon training. It also has features for running pace, distance, and burned calories to make it an excellent tool for tracking our progress when running or cycling, too.
- Heart rate monitor is versatile for indoor or outdoor training
- Battery lasts for 1 year while training for 1 hour per day
- ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy to track data
- Compatible with Garmin smartwatches (sold separately)
- Stores and forwards heartrate data for tracking
- Features tracking for swim interval statistics
- Item #GRMF05X
- Heart Rate Monitor
- all-day, swim interval
- ANT+, Bluetooth
- Battery Type
- Battery Life
- 1 year (1 hour training per day)
- Claimed Weight
- 5 ATM
- Face Size
- 29.6 x 53.7 x 8.6mm
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- running, training, cycling
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August 30, 2023
Works as describes
- I've put it through the wringer
Like anyone else looking to buy this, I chose this to get more accurate HR data than what my garmin watch provides. I chose the pro plus because I can wear it for swim workouts as well. The strap is a bit sharp around the sensor, and after an ironman (so about 14 hours of wearing it tucked under the bottom of my sports bra), I had a nice cut where the bottom of the strap had dug in. That was the first time it happened, but also the longest I've worn the strap.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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