Tesco Heart Rate Monitor!

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by Praetorian, Nov 3, 2008.

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  1. Praetorian
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    Praetorian LE

    Anyone else bought one? I was playing with my new one tonight, and I have managed to get it stuck on thinking that I was born in 1950. Anyone got any ideas how to change it back?

    Prae
     
  2. msr
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    Do you still have the packaging?
     
  3. Praetorian
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    Sorted it now, just reset the fucker!
     
  4. devilish
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    How much? My old one is busted.
     
  5. RHODESIAN
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  6. Praetorian
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    £20! A princely sum!
     
  7. CityBanker
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    £20? That's pretty good.
     
  8. devilish
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    Fcuk me! I got my last one from Lidl, £5. Probably why it's busted. :roll:
     
  9. Praetorian
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    This ones pretty good actually.
     
  10. Spenny
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    Lloyds chemist have one at £10 - a reasonable bit of kit apart from the fcking battery which died within minutes!!
     
  11. gobbyidiot
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    I got one from Maplin and had to take it back - you needed a jeweler's screwdriver to put the battery in it FFS. £20 from Tesco sounds good - I tried a Polar one that said it was ECG accurate and pretty much seemed to be, but some of them seem to throw out random numbers - you can guess more accurately.

    The other thing I wondered about was whether heart rate was everything as a measure of cv effort. Running fast on a treadmill my heartrate can be very high, but perceived exertion is quite low. Carrying weight up a hill heartrate can be lower, but my heart can be banging out of my chest, and if I open my mouth wide there's a horrible rushing sound of blood with each beat, "tak-sheesh, tak-sheesh".

    I think some exercises get the blood back to your heart more efficiently through the so-called "peripheral heart action", so heart rate seems lower, but the amount of blood shifted and the real effort is higher.
     
  12. Praetorian
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    Ok, stand by, I needed one to reset this one, as I fucked up when I initially set it up. I think thats standard practice for watches/similar to be honest.
     
  13. nebapneb
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    just got one meself and ballsed up my weight though
    would love to be 50lb if i were 6

    how did you reset it as the instructions are shite
    am i going to have to de-battery re-battery it?
     
  14. eodmatt
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    Fu ck I need a drink!
     
  15. nebapneb
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    tescos are doing an offer on cranberry juice
    help with any nasty urinary tract infections you might have picked up over crimbo :twisted:
     

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