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Your phone is http://www.gsmarena.com/huawei_honor_7-7269.php which makes no mention of ant+ support. However that site also doesn't state my phone has ant+ http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_s5_active-6356.php If you can find your phone's chipset on http://forum.xda-developers.com/hardware-hacking/hardware/ref-devices-ant-hardware-t2879990 it will ...


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The main time I train by HR is for training off the road (on a turbo (or erg - I row as well)). I use it to train in certain bands eg long steady sessions at low intensity holding 150-160 etc. On the road I'll keep an eye on HR and use it as confirmation of perceived effort. I used to use (and still have) a Suunto HR watch (t3c - I think it's discontinued ...


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This requires you to stretch to $109 or $160 and you'll get the product in November, but it'll be well worth it. I recommend backing Pebble 2 or Pebble Time 2 on kickstarter. Both has HR monitors and the data can be viewed on both your phone and watch. Both also has on-board step and sleep tracker. Time 2 also has 10 day battery life (Pebble 2 has 5), and ...


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I've had a couple of basic heart monitors that don't integrate with anything. They suited me and are cheap to try. One of them came with a handlebar mount for the wristwatch display which was solid enough when I tried it briefly. I bought them for running, and found that I didn't like the zone notifications and alarms (on the treadmill analogue models are ...


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Interesting and personal topic. I'll ignore your budget for now... Ok i make use of a Garmin Edge 1000 with a HR monitor. I like to monitor my HR by % of max rather than beats. Makes it easier when looking at zones thinking of it in %. For a indoor training on Zwift i use the Wahoo Kickr you refer to above. Now here it records in beats since thats what ...



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