Sunday, February 1, 2009

Heart Rate Monitor By Seiko

Heart Rate or HR is the average resting heartbeat per minute. It is determined by measuring one's pulse using a variety of methods. The new innovation now that is newly released is the strapless heart rate monitor. The new strapless Intervent Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) is an easy thing to use and can give an accurate measure therefore you can adjust exercise intensity during physical activity. No hassle at all because it has no chest strap, comes with a software, has a rechargeable batteries, has a continuous reading feature, has been tested and proven ECG accuracy.

 It also comes with cradle, USB cable, AC adapter and a quick step guide. You can find this Advance Heart Rate Monitor Device in or you may call them at 1-866-605-7844. This new product is designed for cardiac rehab patients since it is ideal for back-and-forth motion such as running, walking and jogging. What I am happy about this product is that there's no chest strap and it uses a finger sensor. Very comfortable to use. 

 Plus, the monitor connects to a pc for constant heart rate monitoring and analysis therefore, the doctors can access this info for around-the-clock health surveillance. Where to buy? Only at, so visit them now.

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