|Item Model Number||43238-69716|
|Product Dimensions||6.6 x 3.8 x 1.45 cm; 55 Grams|
CooSpo Fitness Tracker Ant+ Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap IP67 Waterproof with Bluetooth for Wahoo Strava Zwift DDP Yoga Map My Ride Peloton Bike
|Price:||+ $7.85 Delivery|
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- ANT+ Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor - This H6 supports both Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ protocol, allow for wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS devices
- Workout Efficiently - view real-time heart rate, training zones and calories burned, maximize your workout
- App Compatible - Strongly compatible with main stream apps like Wahoo, Strava, Zwift, Endomondo, IpBike, Nike+ Running, elite hrv app, iCardio and others
- Adjustable Chest Strap - Fabric material, comfortable to wear, adjustable length from 65" to 95". Chest strap replacement: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J68QQD3
- ATTENTION: Many customer complain this device won't work because they did not pair it correctly, kindly turn on bluetooth, and go to the APP to add our device. For more info, please visit: https://youtu.be/6JBHwHveelg
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Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ Connectivity allows Coospo to connect to smartphones and GPS devices simultaneously.
Record real time & accurate date of your heart rate which helps you adjust the intensity of exercise and makes you more satisfied with your exercise result.
Works seamlessly with 50+ Apps including Wahoo Strava Endomondo IpBike.
300 hours. Enough power to keep you going for years.
At Coospo we provide good cost performance product with excellent innovative technical; That's why we offer 3 months warranty and provide friendly high efficiency support.
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Heart Rate Monitor
NOTE: It's not used for medical treatment.
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I Mountain Bike ride about 4 times a week - 40-70 miles off road. I have used this monitor with my iPhone and Strava, and Wahoo apps and it works great. I have also paired it with a Garmin 520 and a Lezyne micro GPS cycling computers with no issues. Recently my gym installed 2 Pelaton exercise bikes and it syncs right up with it as well. To date, I have not found a device that it would not work with.
The reason I have bought 3 over the past year is because I lost 1, then found it, and gave one away. My only complaint about the device is I have had some inconsistent readings where it says my heart rate is low. Since I own 2, I tried switching the module on the different straps and what I have found is I am wearing the straps out. I sweat a lot when I ride, so I remove the module from the strap and take the strap in the shower with me to clean it. However, I think either my sweat has corroded the sensors or the constant removal of the strap my have damaged the conductors around the buttons. However you can find straps on Amazon for about $10 which is very reasonable. Both of my modules still work find and one is almost 2 years old.
Battery life seems to be good. My first unit was a direct shipment from China and I think the battery had been on the shelf for a long time, so it ran down in about 2 weeks. With my frequent use, I tend to run the battery down to about 50-60% in 3 months and then just change it at that point.
Pros: Great price and will easily pair with all popular devices and products. Strap feels comfortable and transmission is very accurate.
Cons: Maybe the strap could be a little more durable, but my use is extremely excessive, I sweat a lot, and remove the pod from the strap on every use and wash in the show.... So durability could be more about my abuse than the strap quality.
I'm a big guy, who started riding my old college bike last Summer in an effort to stave-off a heart attack and lose some weight. The band fits my 46" chest, with adjustment to spare. It stays in place, and by the time I hit the end of the driveway, I don't notice I'm wearing it.
I considered several options before purchasing this heart monitor, and decided on it because I figured a heart-rate monitor over my heart should give more accurate information than a gadget on my wrist. A friend uses a "watch" for her workouts, and reported to me that it sometimes slips during her runs and she ends up missing data. This monitor has never slipped during my rides. I've compared my speed graphs to my heart-rate graphs, and they indicate that the CooSpo monitor records changes in my heart-rate well.
I do not use the CooSpo software, because it requires registration. As noted above, I just sync it with Strava.