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Unless you are older or have a heart problem, I wouldn't waste my money. I'm a 55 year old smoker, who passes most bikers while smoking and riding no handed. If your healthy, there is little need, unless your training for racing.


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We don't do specific product recommendations. However I got a cheap $25 ANT+ HRM off DX.com and it has work superlatively for the last 6 months, on the original battery. I got a cheap cadence meter off a local supplier and its been nothing but rubbish. Chews through a battery in a day or two, and is very hard to find. I'm glad it was on clearance at $20 ...


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I use a Garmin Forerunner 235 which has these features. The heart rate monitor is built into the back of the watch, rather than using a chest strap which I think the Polar model does. It can also connect to bike speed/cadence sensors, your smart phone etc. A dedicated bike computer like the Garmin Edge 810 is also useful as it adds a map display and route ...



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