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Dec 2013
6:30pm, 26 Dec 2013
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BarefootEm
Merry Christmas everyone!!

I have been advised that it might be an idea to get myself a HRM after a couple of funny turns that are being investigated.

I run with a Garmin Forerunner 10 which doesn't have a HRM attachment, and the only things I have used in the past are HRM that test at a single point, not keep a track on it as you train. A couple of questions... if I buy a separate HRM can I link the info with my Garmin? Or do I need to get a posh new Garmin with HRM function included in order to have the two work together?

Can anyone recommend a good HRM? I have a Withings Pulse which allows me to check it while stationary, (have to put it on the end of my finger for about 10 seconds to get a reading). So I can check it before and after a run, but I have no idea what my HR is doing during the run...

Thanks for any info xx
Dec 2013
9:00pm, 26 Dec 2013
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andydgg
just google heart rate monitor watch, amazon have them, what about this one for £12.99 amazon.co.uk ?
You can get one from aldi or lidl for about £10 when they have them, or a garmin 110 with hrm was £90 on a amazon last week, this week it's £110, keep checking amazon the prices change all the time.

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Merry Christmas everyone!!

I have been advised that it might be an idea to get myself a HRM after...

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