Polar H10

Polar H10: Quick Review & Comparisons

Polar’s new chest-strap heart rate monitor (HRM) is the H10. I’m going to assume, as I would do with a Garmin or Suunto chest strap HRM, that it’s accurate. Some of Polar’s marketing literature states increased accuracy over the previous H7 model. The H7 has historically been used by Sports Labs as a HRM-of-choice due…

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New Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20s – £450 ??!!??

Technically it’s new. Actually it’s not that interesting. What’s more interesting is that Pocket-Lint report a whopping £450 price tag for the non-Sapphire version. Ouch. Well here we go. A sapphire version of Casio’s AndroidWear 2.0 trekking watch with a harder SAPPHIRE glass screen. We can all sleep easy tonight. I think the black has…

Polar M200 Review

Polar M200 REVIEW – GPS, Optical HR Running Watch. Entry Level AND Quality.

Polar’s latest M200 running watch is priced as a budget model yet it has some advanced components on board that make it worthy of consideration for many levels of runner. It generally ticks the boxes with: GPS accuracy; personalised training plans for most levels of runner; and an inbuilt optical heart rate monitor for the wrist. It…

TomTom – A 3rd New Product – The TOUCH Activity Tracker…FAT + Muscle Tracker!

So here we have the last of today’s announcements from TomTom. It’s an activity tracker…with a highly useful twist. It’s a 247 highly specified activity tracker. It includes, for example, optical heart rate monitoring as well as the usual suspects; steps, calories and sleep. It also links to your smartphone for notifications and has sport…