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Reebok Heart Touch Strapless Heart Rate Monitor Watch
List Price: $59.99

Our Price: $37.33

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Product Description

Heart Touch

  • ECG accurate heart rate
  • No chest transmitter required
  • Time of day
  • Calendar
  • Daily Alarm
  • Easy to read, large digital display
  • Countdown timer
  • Night Vision

Improve your daily and weekly workout routine with the Reebok strapless heart rate monitor watch. Outfitted with several handy features, the watch is ideal for runners who don't want to deal with a cumbersome chest strap while working out. The watch delivers several accurate heart rate readings, including maximum, average, and minimum heart rates. As a result, it's easy to determine whether you're running at a steady pace or you need to pick up the intensity a bit. The watch also offers a 100-hour chronograph with 50 memory slots, so you can recall your average heart rate and split time for your last several workouts. And thanks to the four training zone sessions--each with an optional visual and double alarm--it's easy to design an effective workout regimen.

Other details include a scrolling dot matrix display with Reflec-trix technology; a quick-start mode that gets you going after entering your age and heart rate; a Softex transmitter belt with a user-replaceable battery; water-resistance to 30 meters; and all the standard watch functions, including 12- and 24-hour time modes showing hours, minutes, and seconds.

About Reebok
Reebok's United Kingdom-based ancestor company was founded for one of the best reasons possible: athletes wanted to run faster. So, in the 1890s, Joseph William Foster made some of the first known running shoes with spikes in them. By 1895, he was in business making shoes by hand for top runners; and before long his fledgling company, J.W. Foster and Sons, developed an international clientele of distinguished athletes. In 1958, two of the founder's grandsons started a companion company that came to be known as Reebok, named for an African gazelle.

  • Strapless heart rate monitor watch for jogging or working out
  • Gauges maximum, average, and minimum EKG heart rates
  • 100-hour chronograph with 50 heart rate and split time memory slots
  • 4 training zone sessions with optional visual and double alarms
  • Water-resistant to 30 meters; 12- and 24-hour time modes

Customer Reviews:

  • Not so much....
    Some problems with keeping time... inexplicably resets the time randomly. And some difficulties in consistently reading pulse accurately. Good idea that didn't work so well in practice. Maybe I was expecting too much for the money....more info
  • Junk
    In order to obtain my heart rate, I followed the directions and placed the pads of my fingers on each of the touch sensors. This monitor did not display my heart rate and kept defaulting to the time of day. Do not recommend....more info
  • Worse than useless
    I sent this heart rate monitor back to Amazon the very next day after receiving was completely inaccurate (perhaps defective?), displaying a resting heart rate of 89. Why do I know that it's inaccurate?...because I'm on a pacemaker, my resting heart rate is set at 62. I did not try for a replacement, will look around for a strap-type heart rate monitor....more info
  • Great value for the price
    This works great! The only thing is that you have to press the silver button below to get a reading. But for 40 bucks, it's worth it if you're looking for a cheap heart monitor watch that does the job. ...more info
  • Not bad for the price and strapless.
    For $30 and no strap this is a decent device. My resting HR is 68, here are consecutive readings: 68, 63, 68, 68, 64, 68, 69, 70, 75, 66, 68, 63, 68, 65. It does not give a constant "live" reading from your wrist. HR measurement comes from placing your thumb and index finger on two metal pads on the front of the watch for 3-8 seconds. Finger location on the pads definitely affects the readings, so you may need to do some trial and error to get accurate readings. Long story short, if you want a simple HR reader this unit is fine, if you want something that is very accurate and takes live readings, get different one....more info
  • Works great for quick heart-rate check.
    I use it when swimming laps. At end of a set, I grab the monitor-watch
    from poolside, lay it on my wrist, and take a quick reading. The monitor
    doesn't even have to be strapped on!...more info
  • The best
    This is the best every watch. No chest or waist strap. Easy to use and very accurate. I use it every day.
    ...more info
  • Reebok Heart Monitor Watch
    Watch worked as advertized for 3 weeks then died. Replaced battery but that did not help. Rip off....more info
  • Unsatisfied Customer
    I received the Heart Rate Monitor Watch and wore it to the gym twice. The third time I went to use it within a week the watch stopped working and the screen is now blank. It worked great to begin with but I now have to find a repair place to try and fix it....more info