An all new multi-sports wrist mounted heart rate monitor with cycle computer functions. Perfect for triathlon or multi-sports events, heart rate can be monitored off the bike while swimming, running, kayaking etc.
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Using 2.4ghz digital technology the computer receives speed and cadence data from the single ISCTec transmitter located at the bottom bracket. The head unit can also be handlebar bar mounted, using the included mount. Data is stored then downloadable to PC via a USB dongle (sold separately) and is compatible with Cateye’s’ E-Train’ software for analysis and feedback on your training progress or race performance.
Upper display - Current speed, Average speed, Maximum speed, Average lap speed, Maximum lap speed.
Middle display - Current heart rate, Average heart rate, Maximum heart rate, Average lap heart rate, Maximum lap cadence, Current cadence, Average cadence, Maximum cadence, Average lap cadence, Maximum lap cadence, Laps.
Lower display - Elapsed time, Trip distance, Countdown timer, Interval timer, Recovery time, Lap timer, Calorie consumption, Clock, Date, Lap time, Split time.
A heart rate monitor gives you an accurate measurement of how hard your body is working. This allows you to adjust how hard you exercise and achieve your fitness goals, it can also let you know if you should not train as you may need more recovery time. All models will display a basic 'rev counter' indicating your current heart rate in beats per minute. More complex HRM's add simultaneous displays of how hard you are working as a percentage of your maximum rate or how long you've managed to maintain your heart rate inside pre-set target zones. This is a great feature for targeting specific training zones, these are often reffered to as the following: The Energy Efficient or Recovery Zone which is 60% to 70%, The Aerobic Zone - 70% to 80%, The Anaerobic Zone - 80% to 90%, The Anaerobic Zone - 80% to 90% of your maximum heart rate. Each zone has a specific benefit and a HRM will help you to stay within these zones and achieve those benefits. The ability to download data directly to a PC for later analysis is also a nice feature if you're following a long-term fitness program, this can also show what's working well for you.
Cateye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, bike lights and reflectors. In 1964, Cateye became the first company to create a flashing lamp for bicycles. Cateye invented the first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. Cat Eye is a true leader in lens and reflector technology; Cateye's Opticube lens and reflectors allow them to make one of the brightest and most efficient LED headlights in the world.
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