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Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor

Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor

Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
Polar A300 Fitness Tracker and Activity Monitor
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Features

  • ACTIVITY TRACKER: Waterproof fitness monitor motivates you to reach your daily goal by tracking your steps, distance, and calories burned 24/7
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Vibrating inactivity alerts help you keep moving throughout the day
  • SLEEP TRACKER: Automatically tracks your sleep time, quality of sleep, and sleep patterns
  • COMPATIBLE: Compatible with H7 Heart Rate sensor for continuous, accurate heart rate
  • CUSTOMIZE: Design your A300 fitness tracker to fit your style with interchangeable wrist bands in different colors

Description

The A300 tracks your moves 24/7. It shows your steps, distance, and burned calories. Let the A300 guide you and show you different ways to reach your daily goal.


Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces


Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


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ASIN: B00TXHZEVG


Item model number: 90051948


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars1,011 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,684 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #568 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


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Features

  • ACTIVITY TRACKER: Waterproof fitness monitor motivates you to reach your daily goal by tracking your steps, distance, and calories burned 24/7
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Vibrating inactivity alerts help you keep moving throughout the day
  • SLEEP TRACKER: Automatically tracks your sleep time, quality of sleep, and sleep patterns
  • COMPATIBLE: Compatible with H7 Heart Rate sensor for continuous, accurate heart rate
  • CUSTOMIZE: Design your A300 fitness tracker to fit your style with interchangeable wrist bands in different colors

Description

The A300 tracks your moves 24/7. It shows your steps, distance, and burned calories. Let the A300 guide you and show you different ways to reach your daily goal.


Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces


Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B00TXHZEVG


Item model number: 90051948


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars1,011 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,684 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #568 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • ACTIVITY TRACKER: Waterproof fitness monitor motivates you to reach your daily goal by tracking your steps, distance, and calories burned 24/7
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Vibrating inactivity alerts help you keep moving throughout the day
  • SLEEP TRACKER: Automatically tracks your sleep time, quality of sleep, and sleep patterns
  • COMPATIBLE: Compatible with H7 Heart Rate sensor for continuous, accurate heart rate
  • CUSTOMIZE: Design your A300 fitness tracker to fit your style with interchangeable wrist bands in different colors

Description

The A300 tracks your moves 24/7. It shows your steps, distance, and burned calories. Let the A300 guide you and show you different ways to reach your daily goal.


Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces


Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B00TXHZEVG


Item model number: 90051948


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars1,011 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,684 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #568 in Activity & Fitness Trackers


abunda_amazon_reviews I purchased no less than five other activity trackers before I found this one: the Garmin Vivofit 2, the Garmin Vivosmart HR, Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Blaze, and the Mio Fuse. The Polar A300 was perfect for my lifestyle; I workout 6 days per week for at least an hour per day. My workouts include at least 3-5 days of heavy weight training, Hiit, bootcamp or circuit style workouts, yoga, and spin class. The Polar A300 provides an comprehensive tracking system. I'm no longer tracking my workouts with one app, then going to another to see my steps, sleep and daily activity. The Polar does it all! The Polar A300 is a very functional fitness tracker. It has all of the features of the Garmin and the Fitbit, but it simply works better. If your sole activity for exercise is running, then any of these will probably work for you. If you do any other type of exercise, the Polar is the way to go. During setup of the Polar, you can choose between three activity levels for your profile. Based on the level you choose, a daily goal is set for you. Unlike the Fitbit and Garmin, the activity goal can be reached in three ways (intense or moderate exercise, or steps). For example, on days I do a cardio based workout, I typically reach my activity goal by the end of the workout. On my rest day, I may have 12,000+ steps yet I still have not reached my activity goal. On a strength training day, I accomplish a large percentage of my activity goal, but I might need to take a walk around the block to meet the goal. With the Garmin and Fitbit, I would often begin my day with an intense 500+ calorie burn workout and still end the day without reaching my goal because I didn't get the purposed number of steps. The Polar A300 has a number of advantages over other fitness trackers. Here are some that stood out to me: * It's waterproof;although Garmin devices are also waterproof, Fitbit is not. * Battery life: I am going 2-3 WEEKS between charges even though I use the Polar connected to a heart rate monitor for at least an hour per day. The other activity trackers that I tried required charging every 3-5 days. * Heart Rate Monitoring: Wrist based heart rate monitoring is simply not as accurate or dependable as a chest strap. With both the Fitbit Charge HR and the Fitbit Blaze, a good sweat would prevent the device from detecting my heart rate. The heart rate on the Garmin Vivosmart HR was always lagging or just plain wrong (way off). Neither of these will pair with a chest strap. At first I thought it would be useful to know my resting heart rate; a head-up when I'm over training or getting sick, but with the way the Garmin averages the resting heart-rate, it doesn't work for this purpose. I also found that I am very aware of an increase in my resting heart rate and I don't need a device to show this. There was no real benefit to 24 hour heart rate monitoring. The Polar A300 does not do 24 hour heart rate monitoring or even wrist-based heart rate monitoring. It connects to the Polar H7 chest strap. Even better, I've been able to pair the Polar with my Scoshe Rythym + arm band Scosche RHYTHM+ Heart Rate Monitor with Armband, Black since I'm not crazy about wearing a chest strap. I can choose the type of activity that I am doing and set the watch to record. I can also pause the workout on the watch, view the current heart rate, heart rate zone, time, and calories burned. (Note that you do not get smart notifications if the watch is in workout mode, a feature I love). The Polar A300 does not calculate a resting heart rate, but it does do something better: the Polar OwnIndex Fitness Test (similar to a V02 max test) to measure cardiovascular fitness. To take this test, you simply put on the chest strap and lay still for a minute or two. The first time I took this test, my score was a 42 (which was great for a 36 year old female!). The app instructed my to take the test again in 6 weeks to see if I've improved. I'm looking forward to the next test; I like having a goal to work towards (beating my previous score). * Smart Notifications: the Polar A300 does vibrate when your phone is getting a notification, text, or call. You have the option to answer or decline a call, but you cannot respond to a text (none of the trackers I tried offered that option). You only get a line or two, so you can't always see the full message. The Fitbit Blaze was slightly better for receiving text messages because you could read the whole message. * Time to Move! One of the great features of the A300 is the "Time to Move!" notifications. Even after I reach my activity goal for the day, the watch will vibrate if I've been sitting for more than an hour. I found it so ironic that the Fitbits did not have this capability. * Display: The time and date are always displayed on the Polar A300; it does not require some elaborate wrist movement to may the display turn on (and yet the battery life is still so much better than the other activity trackers!). * Durability: This is a functional watch; it does not have a touch screen. I purposely chose the A300 over the A360 because I'm pretty rough on watches. I don't want to worry about scratching a delicate screen. I wanted something that worked well, not that just looked pretty and that's what I got. The Polar A300 has a comfortable band and seems to hold up to most anything. I read some reviews that the band was too long for some women, as it is unisex, but I have not found that to be the case. I have very small wrists and the strap does come all the way around my wrist, but it's held in place with the ring around the band. I chose the A300 over the M400 because I am not a runner and I don't need GPS. More than that, I read that the M400 does not have a vibration feature. I haven't tried the M400, so I can't say for sure, but this was important to me. Overall, this is a great device; it's perfect for my lifestyle. I highly recommend to anyone who wants a fitness tracker that can monitor workouts, daily activity, and sleep.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;SO Much Better than Fitbit and Garmin;;Pamela;;;I loved this product until it was time to change the battery in the H7 Bluetooth Transmitter. The battery lasted 15 months, and although it appears that you should be able to change the battery yourself, the battery door absolutely will not open (tried butter knife, all sized coins, etc.). If you look on the Amazon Questions Answered of this transmitter, you will see that this is a common problem. It really needs to be re-designed. Currently waiting to hear back from Polar Customer Service to find out if I can ship it to them for battery replacement. Update - I was so pleased with Polar's warranty service, I am changing this back to a 5 star rating. In addition to fixing the battery door, they replaced the battery, and gave me a brand new chest strap for free. The repair process was quick, efficient, and Polar kept me informed of the status of my repair regularly.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love This Product and App, Great Warranty Service;;M. Phelps;;;I've used 2 other Polar models including the FT4 and the FT7 before getting this one and I have to say that I absolutely love this model. Some reviewers claim that the watch is too big but I barely notice it. I've included some of my favorite and not-so favorite features: Pros: Comfortable bands that come in different colors Nice larger face to read things by Fitness test! Tracks lots of sports and activities that you can also customize Tracks your sleep quality Beeps at you if you've sat for too long to get moving again Pretty accurate with whatever moving activities you're doing Syncs via Bluetooth with the phone app Can plug it right into your computer to charge/update your info Cons: To get the best activity monitoring, you need to use the HR monitor (like for non-walking activities like yoga, dancing, etc) Larger than a Fitbit Overall, I love this and would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get fit or monitor their health in general.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I think I'm in love;;eppie

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pamela - Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2016
SO Much Better than Fitbit and Garmin
I purchased no less than five other activity trackers before I found this one: the Garmin Vivofit 2, the Garmin Vivosmart HR, Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Blaze, and the Mio Fuse. The Polar A300 was perfect for my lifestyle; I workout 6 days per week for at least an hour per day. My workouts include at least 3-5 days of heavy weight training, Hiit, bootcamp or circuit style workouts, yoga, and spin class. The Polar A300 provides an comprehensive tracking system. I'm no longer tracking my workouts with one app, then going to another to see my steps, sleep and daily activity. The Polar does it all! The Polar A300 is a very functional fitness tracker. It has all of the features of the Garmin and the Fitbit, but it simply works better. If your sole activity for exercise is running, then any of these will probably work for you. If you do any other type of exercise, the Polar is the way to go. During setup of the Polar, you can choose between three activity levels for your profile. Based on the level you choose, a daily goal is set for you. Unlike the Fitbit and Garmin, the activity goal can be reached in three ways (intense or moderate exercise, or steps). For example, on days I do a cardio based workout, I typically reach my activity goal by the end of the workout. On my rest day, I may have 12,000+ steps yet I still have not reached my activity goal. On a strength training day, I accomplish a large percentage of my activity goal, but I might need to take a walk around the block to meet the goal. With the Garmin and Fitbit, I would often begin my day with an intense 500+ calorie burn workout and still end the day without reaching my goal because I didn't get the purposed number of steps. The Polar A300 has a number of advantages over other fitness trackers. Here are some that stood out to me: * It's waterproof;although Garmin devices are also waterproof, Fitbit is not. * Battery life: I am going 2-3 WEEKS between charges even though I use the Polar connected to a heart rate monitor for at least an hour per day. The other activity trackers that I tried required charging every 3-5 days. * Heart Rate Monitoring: Wrist based heart rate monitoring is simply not as accurate or dependable as a chest strap. With both the Fitbit Charge HR and the Fitbit Blaze, a good sweat would prevent the device from detecting my heart rate. The heart rate on the Garmin Vivosmart HR was always lagging or just plain wrong (way off). Neither of these will pair with a chest strap. At first I thought it would be useful to know my resting heart rate; a head-up when I'm over training or getting sick, but with the way the Garmin averages the resting heart-rate, it doesn't work for this purpose. I also found that I am very aware of an increase in my resting heart rate and I don't need a device to show this. There was no real benefit to 24 hour heart rate monitoring. The Polar A300 does not do 24 hour heart rate monitoring or even wrist-based heart rate monitoring. It connects to the Polar H7 chest strap. Even better, I've been able to pair the Polar with my Scoshe Rythym + arm band Scosche RHYTHM+ Heart Rate Monitor with Armband, Black since I'm not crazy about wearing a chest strap. I can choose the type of activity that I am doing and set the watch to record. I can also pause the workout on the watch, view the current heart rate, heart rate zone, time, and calories burned. (Note that you do not get smart notifications if the watch is in workout mode, a feature I love). The Polar A300 does not calculate a resting heart rate, but it does do something better: the Polar OwnIndex Fitness Test (similar to a V02 max test) to measure cardiovascular fitness. To take this test, you simply put on the chest strap and lay still for a minute or two. The first time I took this test, my score was a 42 (which was great for a 36 year old female!). The app instructed my to take the test again in 6 weeks to see if I've improved. I'm looking forward to the next test; I like having a goal to work towards (beating my previous score). * Smart Notifications: the Polar A300 does vibrate when your phone is getting a notification, text, or call. You have the option to answer or decline a call, but you cannot respond to a text (none of the trackers I tried offered that option). You only get a line or two, so you can't always see the full message. The Fitbit Blaze was slightly better for receiving text messages because you could read the whole message. * Time to Move! One of the great features of the A300 is the "Time to Move!" notifications. Even after I reach my activity goal for the day, the watch will vibrate if I've been sitting for more than an hour. I found it so ironic that the Fitbits did not have this capability. * Display: The time and date are always displayed on the Polar A300; it does not require some elaborate wrist movement to may the display turn on (and yet the battery life is still so much better than the other activity trackers!). * Durability: This is a functional watch; it does not have a touch screen. I purposely chose the A300 over the A360 because I'm pretty rough on watches. I don't want to worry about scratching a delicate screen. I wanted something that worked well, not that just looked pretty and that's what I got. The Polar A300 has a comfortable band and seems to hold up to most anything. I read some reviews that the band was too long for some women, as it is unisex, but I have not found that to be the case. I have very small wrists and the strap does come all the way around my wrist, but it's held in place with the ring around the band. I chose the A300 over the M400 because I am not a runner and I don't need GPS. More than that, I read that the M400 does not have a vibration feature. I haven't tried the M400, so I can't say for sure, but this was important to me. Overall, this is a great device; it's perfect for my lifestyle. I highly recommend to anyone who wants a fitness tracker that can monitor workouts, daily activity, and sleep.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Phelps - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
Love This Product and App, Great Warranty Service
I loved this product until it was time to change the battery in the H7 Bluetooth Transmitter. The battery lasted 15 months, and although it appears that you should be able to change the battery yourself, the battery door absolutely will not open (tried butter knife, all sized coins, etc.). If you look on the Amazon Questions Answered of this transmitter, you will see that this is a common problem. It really needs to be re-designed. Currently waiting to hear back from Polar Customer Service to find out if I can ship it to them for battery replacement. Update - I was so pleased with Polar's warranty service, I am changing this back to a 5 star rating. In addition to fixing the battery door, they replaced the battery, and gave me a brand new chest strap for free. The repair process was quick, efficient, and Polar kept me informed of the status of my repair regularly.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By eppie - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2016
I think I'm in love
I've used 2 other Polar models including the FT4 and the FT7 before getting this one and I have to say that I absolutely love this model. Some reviewers claim that the watch is too big but I barely notice it. I've included some of my favorite and not-so favorite features: Pros: Comfortable bands that come in different colors Nice larger face to read things by Fitness test! Tracks lots of sports and activities that you can also customize Tracks your sleep quality Beeps at you if you've sat for too long to get moving again Pretty accurate with whatever moving activities you're doing Syncs via Bluetooth with the phone app Can plug it right into your computer to charge/update your info Cons: To get the best activity monitoring, you need to use the HR monitor (like for non-walking activities like yoga, dancing, etc) Larger than a Fitbit Overall, I love this and would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get fit or monitor their health in general.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pamela - Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2016
SO Much Better than Fitbit and Garmin
I purchased no less than five other activity trackers before I found this one: the Garmin Vivofit 2, the Garmin Vivosmart HR, Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Blaze, and the Mio Fuse. The Polar A300 was perfect for my lifestyle; I workout 6 days per week for at least an hour per day. My workouts include at least 3-5 days of heavy weight training, Hiit, bootcamp or circuit style workouts, yoga, and spin class. The Polar A300 provides an comprehensive tracking system. I'm no longer tracking my workouts with one app, then going to another to see my steps, sleep and daily activity. The Polar does it all! The Polar A300 is a very functional fitness tracker. It has all of the features of the Garmin and the Fitbit, but it simply works better. If your sole activity for exercise is running, then any of these will probably work for you. If you do any other type of exercise, the Polar is the way to go. During setup of the Polar, you can choose between three activity levels for your profile. Based on the level you choose, a daily goal is set for you. Unlike the Fitbit and Garmin, the activity goal can be reached in three ways (intense or moderate exercise, or steps). For example, on days I do a cardio based workout, I typically reach my activity goal by the end of the workout. On my rest day, I may have 12,000+ steps yet I still have not reached my activity goal. On a strength training day, I accomplish a large percentage of my activity goal, but I might need to take a walk around the block to meet the goal. With the Garmin and Fitbit, I would often begin my day with an intense 500+ calorie burn workout and still end the day without reaching my goal because I didn't get the purposed number of steps. The Polar A300 has a number of advantages over other fitness trackers. Here are some that stood out to me: * It's waterproof;although Garmin devices are also waterproof, Fitbit is not. * Battery life: I am going 2-3 WEEKS between charges even though I use the Polar connected to a heart rate monitor for at least an hour per day. The other activity trackers that I tried required charging every 3-5 days. * Heart Rate Monitoring: Wrist based heart rate monitoring is simply not as accurate or dependable as a chest strap. With both the Fitbit Charge HR and the Fitbit Blaze, a good sweat would prevent the device from detecting my heart rate. The heart rate on the Garmin Vivosmart HR was always lagging or just plain wrong (way off). Neither of these will pair with a chest strap. At first I thought it would be useful to know my resting heart rate; a head-up when I'm over training or getting sick, but with the way the Garmin averages the resting heart-rate, it doesn't work for this purpose. I also found that I am very aware of an increase in my resting heart rate and I don't need a device to show this. There was no real benefit to 24 hour heart rate monitoring. The Polar A300 does not do 24 hour heart rate monitoring or even wrist-based heart rate monitoring. It connects to the Polar H7 chest strap. Even better, I've been able to pair the Polar with my Scoshe Rythym + arm band Scosche RHYTHM+ Heart Rate Monitor with Armband, Black since I'm not crazy about wearing a chest strap. I can choose the type of activity that I am doing and set the watch to record. I can also pause the workout on the watch, view the current heart rate, heart rate zone, time, and calories burned. (Note that you do not get smart notifications if the watch is in workout mode, a feature I love). The Polar A300 does not calculate a resting heart rate, but it does do something better: the Polar OwnIndex Fitness Test (similar to a V02 max test) to measure cardiovascular fitness. To take this test, you simply put on the chest strap and lay still for a minute or two. The first time I took this test, my score was a 42 (which was great for a 36 year old female!). The app instructed my to take the test again in 6 weeks to see if I've improved. I'm looking forward to the next test; I like having a goal to work towards (beating my previous score). * Smart Notifications: the Polar A300 does vibrate when your phone is getting a notification, text, or call. You have the option to answer or decline a call, but you cannot respond to a text (none of the trackers I tried offered that option). You only get a line or two, so you can't always see the full message. The Fitbit Blaze was slightly better for receiving text messages because you could read the whole message. * Time to Move! One of the great features of the A300 is the "Time to Move!" notifications. Even after I reach my activity goal for the day, the watch will vibrate if I've been sitting for more than an hour. I found it so ironic that the Fitbits did not have this capability. * Display: The time and date are always displayed on the Polar A300; it does not require some elaborate wrist movement to may the display turn on (and yet the battery life is still so much better than the other activity trackers!). * Durability: This is a functional watch; it does not have a touch screen. I purposely chose the A300 over the A360 because I'm pretty rough on watches. I don't want to worry about scratching a delicate screen. I wanted something that worked well, not that just looked pretty and that's what I got. The Polar A300 has a comfortable band and seems to hold up to most anything. I read some reviews that the band was too long for some women, as it is unisex, but I have not found that to be the case. I have very small wrists and the strap does come all the way around my wrist, but it's held in place with the ring around the band. I chose the A300 over the M400 because I am not a runner and I don't need GPS. More than that, I read that the M400 does not have a vibration feature. I haven't tried the M400, so I can't say for sure, but this was important to me. Overall, this is a great device; it's perfect for my lifestyle. I highly recommend to anyone who wants a fitness tracker that can monitor workouts, daily activity, and sleep.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Phelps - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
Love This Product and App, Great Warranty Service
I loved this product until it was time to change the battery in the H7 Bluetooth Transmitter. The battery lasted 15 months, and although it appears that you should be able to change the battery yourself, the battery door absolutely will not open (tried butter knife, all sized coins, etc.). If you look on the Amazon Questions Answered of this transmitter, you will see that this is a common problem. It really needs to be re-designed. Currently waiting to hear back from Polar Customer Service to find out if I can ship it to them for battery replacement. Update - I was so pleased with Polar's warranty service, I am changing this back to a 5 star rating. In addition to fixing the battery door, they replaced the battery, and gave me a brand new chest strap for free. The repair process was quick, efficient, and Polar kept me informed of the status of my repair regularly.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By eppie - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2016
I think I'm in love
I've used 2 other Polar models including the FT4 and the FT7 before getting this one and I have to say that I absolutely love this model. Some reviewers claim that the watch is too big but I barely notice it. I've included some of my favorite and not-so favorite features: Pros: Comfortable bands that come in different colors Nice larger face to read things by Fitness test! Tracks lots of sports and activities that you can also customize Tracks your sleep quality Beeps at you if you've sat for too long to get moving again Pretty accurate with whatever moving activities you're doing Syncs via Bluetooth with the phone app Can plug it right into your computer to charge/update your info Cons: To get the best activity monitoring, you need to use the HR monitor (like for non-walking activities like yoga, dancing, etc) Larger than a Fitbit Overall, I love this and would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get fit or monitor their health in general.