Garmin 935 Wahoo Tickr Fit

Wahoo Tickr Fit

Wahoo’s TICKR Fit optical HRM has just hit the shops. It’s an exciting sign that Wahoo are continuing to introduce new, and usually innovative, products. Whilst the TICKR Fit is nothing too amazing to shout about, I do have a personal rather strange interest in heart rate monitors so I will, no doubt, have a…

Polar H10 H7

Polar HRM Incorporates GPS Capability

Well not for  you and me it doesn’t. Maybe. Polar’s team solution (March 2017, here) includes a shirt-based HRM which we mentioned here some time ago. this is the Polar HRM which includes a motion sensor and GPS for use in team sports. The first of those links is an interestingish read on the Polar…

SHFT RUN + Garmin HRM-TRI + Runscribe + STRYD

SHFT – detailed review of a dual app- and pod-based running coach that’s also a power meter

First Impressions My initial view of SHFT was that it looked to have well-made hardware pods with a fairly comprehensive, ‘proper’ run coaching app. Proper in the sense that it gives ‘instant’, personalised, actionable, corrective, audible feedback on your running form. Some of its competitors promise the same, yet do not convincingly deliver. SHFT also…

Garmin HRM-BIKE – Opinion & Speculation

OK. Fill in the sequence: SWIM-XXXX-RUN-TRI Thinking caps on. Now try this one. HRM-SWIM, HRM-XXXX, HRM-RUN, HRM-TRI Using my considerable powers of deduction there just might be a HRM-BIKE in the offing 🙂 Ta da !! So the HRM-SWIM brought underwater caching of heart rate (nice), a bit of stickiness to the torso and a bit of…

New GARMIN HRMs for TRI and SWIM : HRM-TRI, HRM-SWIM

Two new Garmin HRMs are announced July 2015 along with a new black/grey 920XT. Look closely at the centre logo and you will see one version for swimming and one for tri. ——————————————————————————— EDIT: September 2015 – >> Here is my hands-on review << EDIT: October 2015 – >> Here is the new HRM-RUN << ——————————————————————————— Both…