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Oregon Scientific WM100 Scientific Smartsync Data Logger Heart Rate Monitor with PC Download

by Oregon Scientific, Inc
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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4.0 out of 5 stars No frills but totally meets my needs July 14 2012
By Glenn
I've had my datalogger for three years now and still enjoy it. It has it's quirks, as the other reviewer pointed out, but it's not very expensive unit and I definitely feel I've gotten my money's worth.I've never had it fall off or cut out during a session.

The software isn't very modern, but it does the job just fine. I like the graphs and how it shows the time spent in each heart rate zone. The data exportable in csv format if you want get fancy with it elsewhere.

It does show some erroneous beats one in a while (240bpm range), but they are so few that it doesn't skew the stats.

I wear this data logger jogging, cycling, and also motorcycle racing. I've also had it on for a whole day at the office just to see what it looks like.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Expected Better. Dec 8 2011
I have only had the unit a couple hours. These are my first impressions of the unit.

The Bad:

- The belt clip is quite weak, and is easily slid off on the data logger.
- The data logger arrived with a dead battery, so I had to first get a new battery before testing the unit.
- The unit could use a point to tie a leash to it so it cannot be easily lost.
- the software looks like it came from 1998, not a 2006 product.
- The USB port cover is easily broken off.
- At higher activity in an electrically noisy enviroment the data logger loses sync often. Many counts reaching 240bpm and many dropped counts (I can live with these, the 240 is just silly)

The Good:
- The software the comes with the data logger is compatible with Windows 98SE
- The data logger is nice and small
- when clipped on the data logger sits nice and tight on my belt
- It's 2 second heart beat is nice conformation of it receiving data
- Appears to have linked with my Polar Heart rate transmitter without issue (once I replaced the battery)
- Slipping the string of my pedometer leash under the battery cover worked to secure the unit.
- At lower heart rates the recorded data is accurate.

The summery:
- Its a good concept, but the actual logger has many design oversights that would have made it better. I can only give it an initial 3 of 5.
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