|Item display length||5 inches|
|Item display width||4 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Soft strap|
|Manufacturer||Polar Electro, Inc.|
|Item model number||91063831|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 2.54 x 20.32 cm; 22.68 Grams|
Polar Pro Soft Strap
- Comfortable chest strap for heart rate measurement
- The smart fusion of soft fabrics and adaptive electrodes make it extremely sensitive to your heart’s electrical signals, so the heart rate sensor can pick up heart rate quicker and more accurately
- Compatible with all Polar heart rate sensors, utilizing the same snap attachment method
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Polar soft strap the Polar soft strap is the most comfortable chest strap for measuring your heart rate. Comprised of soft fabrics covering the adaptive sensor, the strap is extremely sensitive to your heart's signals, meaning that readings are quick and accurate. Compatible with all Polar heart rate sensors that use the snap attachment method. Size 3X-Large fits a 30-45 inch chest.
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So not wanting to go through the returns process multiple times, I stepped up and bought this genuine Polar strap. Glad I did. Not only does the heart sensor snap easily into place, this strap has what looks like about 1/3 longer rubber signal pickup than on the original strap. The result is a signal that never acts crazy or drops out. The clasp has been changed from the hook & loop of the original to a snap-fit design that can be operated with one hand. I wish it were less expensive, but I guess you really do get what you pay for.
First, the rubber sensor strip started to curl away from the fabric at each end. It was initially only an inch or so of the rubber that peeled away and I could live with that. Then it was two inches. I decided to try super glue. That didn't last more than a few days and the delamination worsened.
Then I used my nearly non-existent sewing skills and I used a needle and thread to reattach the rubber to the fabric. I didn't do a great job but it worked. But I shouldn't have to do any of that.
Come on Polar, get your act together!!