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Sportline S7 Slim Heart Rate Monitor

Walmart # 550125394
$17.72$17.72
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Product Highlights

  • Also measures calories burned
  • Stopwatch function
  • Attractive slim design
  • About This Item

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    Get in shape and stay in shape with the Sportline S7 Slim Heart Rate Monitor. Featuring a patented one-touch interface, this heart-rate monitor and calorie counter is easy to use. This attractively designed Slim Heart Rate Monitor also features stopwatch and count-down timer functions, useful for keeping track of personal speed records or calculating how long to keep going. The Sportline Heart Rate Watch is also capable of displaying the current time and date, along with an adjustable daily alarm to help remind you to keep your fitness schedule. The Sportline S7 Heart Rate Monitor uses a lithium primary battery.

    Sportline S7 Slim Heart Rate Monitor:

    • Also measures calories burned and percentage of maximum heart rate
    • Stopwatch function
    • Count-down timer
    • Displays time and date
    • Daily alarm
    • Attractive slim design
    • Uses lithium primary battery
    • Measures: 0.5"L x 1.5"W x 9.5"H
    • 5-years limited warranty
    • Model# SB4221BL


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    Warning:

    “⚠ This product can expose you to some chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause For more information, go to.” www.p65warnings.ca.gov

    Specifications

    Brand
    Sportline
    Features
    No features description available
    Manufacturer Part Number
    SB4221BL
    Model
    SB4221BL
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    9.00 x 0.75 x 1.50 Inches

    Customer Reviews

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    Most helpful positive review
    5 customers found this helpful
    Great item
    My husband recently had a heart attack. He is in cardio rehab and this was recommended for him to keep track of his heart rate during exercise. His nurse at rehab checked the calibration to their equipment and it was spot on! It's a great watch but mainly it helps him hit his target heart rate.
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    Not worth the money
    I entered in all my personal info required to get the best caloric expenditure reading and it was significantly off. I wore a separate chest heart rate monitor, entered data into a treadmill and used this watch. Chest and treadmill were close by a few calories. The watch was off; about 300 calories too low. I did this a few different times and the watch was always off. I was hoping for at least a ball park figure to get an idea of my overall fitness level but this is not reliable. I'm throwing it in the garbage. Do not buy
    Most helpful positive review
    5 customers found this helpful
    Great item
    My husband recently had a heart attack. He is in cardio rehab and this was recommended for him to keep track of his heart rate during exercise. His nurse at rehab checked the calibration to their equipment and it was spot on! It's a great watch but mainly it helps him hit his target heart rate.
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    Not worth the money
    I entered in all my personal info required to get the best caloric expenditure reading and it was significantly off. I wore a separate chest heart rate monitor, entered data into a treadmill and used this watch. Chest and treadmill were close by a few calories. The watch was off; about 300 calories too low. I did this a few different times and the watch was always off. I was hoping for at least a ball park figure to get an idea of my overall fitness level but this is not reliable. I'm throwing it in the garbage. Do not buy
    1-5 of 41 reviews

    Great item

    My husband recently had a heart attack. He is in cardio rehab and this was recommended for him to keep track of his heart rate during exercise. His nurse at rehab checked the calibration to their equipment and it was spot on! It's a great watch but mainly it helps him hit his target heart rate.

    Good value for the price

    I wanted a heart rate monitor to give me an accurate picture of how many calories I am burning, particularly during P90X and Insanity. You do need to make sure that you are standing still when taking your heart rate, otherwise you will not get a correct reading - but what do you expect? It's not a high-end model. Works great for what I need!

    Good for Beginners/Intermmediate

    If you're a beginner or intermediate exerciser, this is probably the best monitor to buy. Even if you use it long time though, it is an awesome tool. I have had zero problems getting to read my heart rate accurately. I believe that anybody really wanting to measure their caloric burn and heart rate accurately as well as easily should consider this product.

    Good and simple

    Basic. Gives accurate heart rate without all the unnecessary buttons and do-dads of much more expensive monitors. The only drawback is that it is fairly impractical to change the battery when it runs out in about a year...cheaper to just get a new watch. Unfortunately, Walmart seems to have quit carrying them in the stores.

    Heart Monitor

    I purchased this because I thought it would be simple. It is, but it is more difficult to use than expected. You have to hold the heart-rate button down the entire time it is taking your pulse. That's inconvenient while working out. Additionally, the light does not stay on long enough in low light situations. AND IMPORTANTLY, the numbers are small . . . smaller than they appear to be in the description page. It is well built and the price was attractive. It took a day longer to arrive than stated, although that is a minor detail.

    Customer Q&A

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    1-3 of 8 questions
    by dgreenflierJune 18, 2012


    Last answer: September 27, 2012
    1. It is only at the current moment.
    by alluringbeauty615
    2. It can only read heart rates when you hold down the button for a short duration, and even then, it often fails to get a reading.
    by OldLoafer
    3. No, you must place your finger on the sensor to record heart rate.
    by MinaBe
    4. It only monitors and displays your heart rate at time of use. If you want to maintain a record you would have to write it down.
    by jkj85
    5. Only at the current moment; there's no memory for previous times you accessed the monitor.
    by minakiboy
    6. Just the exact moment you push for a reading. And it is very inaccurate if it gives you a reading at all. Look for the expensive $90 sportline model that connects to smartphones. There is a possibility the app for the smart phone will track such data. Good luck!
    by Mike5775
    6 Answers
    Last answer: September 27, 2012

    by pakDecember 8, 2012


    Last answer: June 29, 2014
    1. No, it's not a pedometer. Just a heart rate monitor (and a watch, stop watch and alarm).
    by minakiboy
    2. No. Look for the s12 model. Usually is $10 more than the s7.
    by Mike5775
    3. No.
    by MinaBe
    3 Answers
    Last answer: June 29, 2014

    by CaseeDecember 30, 2013


    Last answer: January 5, 2014
    1. As often as you would like.
    by MinaBe
    2. As many times as you want. Most people measure their heart rate after a period of strenuous exercise, to see if they've reached their heart rate goal. You can find heart rate goals on many websites; they're calibrated by age and other factors.
    by minakiboy
    2 Answers
    Last answer: January 5, 2014

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