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Polar Wearlink+ Heart Rate Transmitter Set w/ Bluetooth Technology Med/XL 92038127

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Basic Features
  • Wireless technology improves the training experience of sport trackers
  • Enables users to train with heart rate and get more out of their sessions
  • Provides heart rate data to compatible mobile training applications
  • Bluetooth transmission ensures that the mobile device using a mobile training application picks up the right heart rate signal and not someone else’s
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Compatibility:
With the following phones:

Android phones:
HTC Wildfire S, Desire S, Sensation XE
Samsung Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Mini, Galaxy Gio, Galaxy i9000
LG Thrill

Symbian phones:
Nokia 5230, 5530 OMU, 5530 XpressMusic, 5630, 5630 OMU, 5700 XpressMusic, 6110 Navigatori, 6290, 6700 slide, 6710 Navigatori, 6760 slide, C5-00, C5-03, C6-00, C6-01, C7-00, E5, E52, E63, E66, E7-00, E71, E72, N76, N8-00, N97 mini, N97 mini OMU, X6 OMU

WearLink+ transmitter with Bluetooth wireless technology improves the training experience of sport trackers by adding heart rate to mobile training applications. This enables users to train with heart rate and get more out of their sessions.

WearLink+ transmitter with Bluetooth provides heart rate data to compatible mobile training applications, helping their users to understand how hard they are working in any given workout.

The Bluetooth transmission ensures that the mobile device using a mobile training application picks up the right heart rate signal and not someone else’s.

WearLink+ transmitter with Bluetooth wireless technology picks up your heart’s signals and transfers that data into a compatible mobile training application. The soft textile chest strap seamlessly adapts to your body shape, bringing full freedom of movement to your training. With its hook mechanism, the transmitter is just as quick to put on as it is to take off.

• provides heart rate information to compatible mobile training applications

• uses Bluetooth transmission, ensuring that the mobile device fi nds your heart rate signal

• machine washable textile strap

• water-resistant connector

• user replaceable battery
Polar Wearlink+ Heart Rate Transmitter Set w/ Bluetooth Technology Med/XL 92038127$64.50
4 stars based on 26 reviews 
I would recommend to a friend
Buy the H7 instead of this one. 2 Spend the extra [REVIEW].49 at time of review and get the H7 sensor instead of this one. The battery life is far too short. It's not compatible with gym cardio equipment. It's not compatible with any of the 5Khz training computers ie. watches The H7 IS compatible with gym equipment, some android based Bluetooth phones I use the Samsung S3, and these Polar watches... FT1, FT2, FT4, FT7, FT40, FT60, FT80, RS100, RS300X, RS400, RCX5, CS100, CS200, CS300. This fact also makes it useful if you are a swimmer as you can't swim with your phone. I wish I had done better research prior to purchasing this model. It's now time to buy the H7 and dump this one on eBay.
0 of 0 found this review helpful
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Battery Life and Not Transmitting 5 After 12 months of dealing with the battery dying after 2 uses 2 hours total and not getting a steady reliable signal, I am done with this product. You should recall this product and refund our money!
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Polar Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor 5 Great heart rate monitor and app for the iPhone! Works great and keeps accurate data. Also, the link to the polar trainer site works very well.
0 of 1 found this review helpful
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Unreliable, eats batteries after a few runs, company not willing to replace defective unit so far 2 When this product works, it appears to be accurate, and it works with my RunKeeper software. Unfortunately, it doesn't work often.

In the 11 months that I've owned the Polar Wearlink Bluetooth heart rate monitor, it has been very unreliable. It works for the first 2 or 3 times I go jogging, but by the 4th or 5th day of jogging it starts to "drop out" halfway through my run. Removing and testing the battery after a few runs reveals that the battery is almost dead. The problem gets worse as the battery runs down further, until it won't even connect to my phone at all.

I've tried batteries from three different manufacturers, and I've spent about in batteries so far trying to get this thing to live long enough to be useful.

I've tried detaching the unit from the chest strap immediately after jogging as per the instructions to insure that it continue transmitting inadvertently after I take it off.

I've even tried removing the battery after each run. This helped, but it still began failing after 6 or 7 runs.

I sent it back to the manufacturer after the first month, and they "tested" it and returned it with a new chest strap. The replacement strap didn't help, and the device continues to eat batteries and fail part way through most runs.

I am very frustrated with the device and Polar. I wish they would just replace it, but they want me to send it back to their repair department again. To make matters worse, I've been trying to get an RMA from Polar for the past ten days. After my first e-mail, they asked for my shipping address which had already been supplied in my first e-mail. They never responded to my second e-mail. I sent a third one today, so we'll see if I get a response to that.
3 of 3 found this review helpful
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Great device! 5 I use this device on a regular basis with my smartphone. Never had any problems so far. The best thing is that HR data can be transmitted up to R-R speed each single heartbeat. So you can even calculate your heart rate variability for an efficient training.
I use the Heart Rate Monitor+ for Polar App which works fine with the Polar Precision Performance Software, which can be downloaded from Polat at no charge.
The only things that can be improved is the battery coverage and it would be nice if the guys from Polar change to a rechargeable battery system via USB.
0 of 2 found this review helpful
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Review 5 Really easy to use, and quick delivery, very happy with my product and the service.
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Wear link 5 Simple and easy to use.
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THE PROS ARE GREAT, THE CONS RUIN THE EXPERIENCE 3 THE PROS ARE GREAT, THE CONS RUIN THE EXPERIENCE

First off, the pros for this device are exceptional. I link it with my Droid X and run SportsTracker. The features in SportsTracker are wonderful, I can’t say enough about having the data transmitted to the website for review. Today will be my 100th cardio workout with the transmitter and if there was an alternative for SportsTracker data collection and transition, I would switch today.

Even without interrupting the “line of sight” the Bluetooth link drops every ride. I ride with the phone attached to my handle bars, for constant monitoring of heart rate zones. I have never had a ride where the unit didn’t drop the connection. Sometimes I wait 2-3 minutes for it to reset, sometimes I shut off the Bluetooth connection on the phone and restart it, sometimes I finish my ride without this information.

The unit will report heart rates in excess of 190 bpm for quick blips almost every workshop. This interferes with max heart rate data. Not a deal breaker, but a pain.

I don’t know how anyone can claim the batteries last for 150 hours. No way, not even close. I get between 6 and 24 hours on a fresh, new, straight from the package battery. It can’t be that every battery I have bought has been old or undercharged. I have bought them all over the country from many different stores. I find the 150 hours of battery life absurd.

Replacing the battery is one of the biggest pains of this unit. It takes up to 5 minutes to unlock, bang the back off the unit, use a sharp tool to release the battery, load and relock. I understand the unit has to be “waterproof” but this system is too much work and can’t really be done on the road. I disconnect the transmitter from the strap after every ride. Because of the number of batteries this thing eats, I have a kit in my duffle bag with all the tools required to switch to a fresh battery.

Bottom line, it is a great idea that needs a lot of work. If this was a beta, all these complaints would be part of the next design. Whereas this is the final product, it is hard for me to suggest the Polar Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor for purchase. I love the concept, I just wish it worked better.
10 of 10 found this review helpful
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So far GREAT!!!!!!!! 5 Just recieved it in the mail today and went for a bike ride, and it worked great use with a blackberry
0 of 1 found this review helpful
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Works as advertised 5 I am using the Polar belt with my Sony Ericsson Xperia 10a and the Cardio Trainer for Android 2.1. Its works very well and functionality is excellent.
0 of 1 found this review helpful
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works for me! 5 don't have any problems with range, but I put the phone in my front left pocket.
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A great accessory for my Motorola Droid w/Endomondo app 5 I have been using the Polar BT HR xmitter for over a month with my Motorola Droid and Endomondo software. It works great, and the analytic side of me likes the HR, speed, elevation, and mapping info that is provided with this technology.

I have found that you need to power on the Polar BT HR xmitter before starting the phone app, and you should exit the phone app before you power off the Polar BT HR xmitter. This operational procedure seems to hold true for the other apps that I have tried.

I have placed my phone in various locations on my body when running, and on my bicycle, but I have not experienced any signal issues like a few people reported. I just wonder if they moistened the chest strap enough before use, or needed a new battery.

It would be nice if this xmitter was compatible with Polar's proprietary devices, but I am sure that battery life would suffer.
2 of 3 found this review helpful
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Checking Back In after a few months 3 I initally had some issues with this monitor -- it wasn't really working. I switched out the batteries, and it began working MUCH better. I also found that I needed to have a clear line of sight between my chest strap and the phone.

So, check your batteries. I'm on my third set already. Not ideal, but it does work when it has fresh batteries.

Get an arm band of some kind. I initially used the pocket on my riding kit -- not nearly as good. But, with an arm band, I get a good overall result.

When it works in conjunction with RunKeeper, it is a great combo. Distrance, elevation changes, speed changes, all sync'd up to my HR changes -- it's a complete picture of my ride.
4 of 4 found this review helpful
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polar bluetooth works great for me 5 why get an expensive heart rate unit when a smartphone you already own an an bluetooth HR monitor will do everything and more

I will admit that you might need to be a little techie to troubleshoot issues but i haven't run into anything I couldn't resolve.

Heart rate monitors are going the way of the stand-alone GPS units.
0 of 0 found this review helpful
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Equipment used with 5 I am using the Polar belt with my Nokia N8 and the Sports Tracker applications. Its functionality is excellent. and then send the information to the web site of sports-tracker.com and I can take some Photos and then send the photos into the web site too. I love it.
0 of 0 found this review helpful
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Polar Wearlink belt with bluetooth 5 Excellent product. Now I can check my heart rate any moment during my workout. It is very confortable and reliable. I love it.
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Polar Wearlink+ w/Bluetooth 3 I'm using this monitor with Cardio Trainer on a Motorola Atrix. It was a royal pain to get this monitor to pair to the phone. I've been using Bluetooth phones and devices since 2004, so I have some experience...

Once I got it to pair, the Cardio Trainer does not reliably see the monitor. It seems to work best if you put the strap on first, snap the monitor onto the strap then launch Cardio Trainer within 30 or so seconds.

Another thing that baffles me is that Polar did not build in the telemetry circuitry to get the transmitter to talk to the Polar watches or the exercise equipment. To do that I had to buy and wear a T31 transmitter.
4 of 5 found this review helpful
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Polar Wearlink+ Heart Rate Transmitter Set w/ Bluetooth 5 Works as advertised. I would recommend it.
0 of 0 found this review helpful
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Is this transmitter available with a computer? 5 I'd like to use this transmitter with CardioTrainer on a Droid X.

I'd also like to have a computer on my wrist so I can easily see my heart rate without checking my phone constantly.

I've been told that this transmitter is not compatible with Polar computers which seems odd. I'm also wondering it this transmitter is included in a set with a computer. Otherwise I'd have to buy a set, plus this transmitter, which would cost an extra and leave me with an extra, unused transmitter.

Does anyone have any information about this
1 of 2 found this review helpful
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Love this Polar 5 I use this with Runkeeper on my HTC Desire Android 2.2 and it does a great job.
2 of 2 found this review helpful
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Polar Wearlink+ Heart Rate Transmitter w/ Bluetooth 5 I've been using the Polar F6 yes, that old! for years and love it because it interacts with the equipment at my gym. Recently, I started using RunKeeper who notified users of this Polar Wearlink+ model that would work with my DroidX. I particularly appreciate that the battery is replaceable and the band can be machine washed. I wet the band as instructed, attached the Polar unit, and positioned it snugly not tight over my heart as close to possible, configure my phone for BlueTooth and the unit was detected quickly! Heart rate info now displays clearly on RunKeeper. Cool! Highly recommend for people who use Heart Rate data in their exercise regimen.
3 of 3 found this review helpful
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Hard to get consistent Bluetooth connectivity 2 I am using this HRM with Runkeeper referred here from the Runkeeper site on an Android platform. The Runkeeper app works great while I am riding, but the missing component is the HR data -- the reason for the monitor. It doesn't seem to stay connected, and it's hard to reset the connection if in the middle of a ride.

I'll give it a few more tries, but it looks like I flatline about 2 minutes into each workout. If things change, I'll update.
1 of 1 found this review helpful
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So far so bad.... 2 the polar is not registering an accurate heart rate. Im going to give it a few more trys and will update this review
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Absolutely Awesome 5 This heart rate monitor works great with my Runkeeper App. It was very easy to use and my phone found the heart rate monitor right away. If you are using Runkeeper this is a must have!!!!!
1 of 1 found this review helpful
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Got a dud :! 1 I must have got a dud! My Android phone cannot find the polar device to connect to it. I even tried changing the battery. It doesn't even work with my FT60. The instruction were not very helpful and the device is only listed on the Polar website in Denmark! I sent Polar USA an email to inquire about this problem on 1/17/2011. It's now 1/22/2011 and I have not received a reply. I even email runkeeper as they had video instruction how to connect it to the cell phone and got no reply. Has anyone else had this problem
8 of 10 found this review helpful
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polar wearlink+ 4 simply awesome
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