Suunto t1c Heart Rate Monitor and Fitness Watch (Black Pattern)
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- Versatile heart rate monitor watch in contemporary "black panda" color
- Displays current heart rate, average heart rate, and maximum heart rate
- 3-tier zone training system to keep your workout safe and consistent
- Includes Suunto comfort belt; dual-time, date, and alarm functions
- Provides log memory for 1 workout; water-resistant to 100 feet; 2-year warranty
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Suunto|
|Case diameter||42 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||13 millimeters|
|Dial colour||White plastic round case|
|Item weight||181 grams|
t1c Black Panda Pattern - Digital quartz movement featuring wrist-top weight-loss companion, Fitness/Training mode: Heart rate monitor providing heart rate zone-training, Measures calories burned and records training history, Training Effect (T.E.) function measures real effect of training on wearer's fitness, Heart rate limits-setting capability keeps wearer training at correct personal intensity, Reviews training sessions after activity and stores/recalls data in weeks/months format, Time mode: 12 and 24-hour format, Alarm with snooze, Sleep mode for conserving power, Push-button backlight, Negative (light-on-dark) digital numbers, Digital day-date-month-and-year display, White plastic round case with 5 polished silver-tone selector buttons, Metal caseback with user-replaceable battery, 30 meters/100 feet water resistant *Included: Black 'Suunto' heart rate comfort belt/chest strap works as code-driven transmitter for wrist-top monitor to precisely monitor heart rate and calorie consumption
Top Customer Reviews
Next time I will get something that will allow me to transfer add data to a PC.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I have had problems with this product ever since I bought it. The biggest problem is that the belt loses contact with the watch. This happens on a regular basis at least once per workout and its VERY frustrating. This problem became so bad that at times it quit working altogether. At that point I had to send in the watch & belt to get repaired......apparently the belt went bad and was replaced for free.
Since the watch/belt was fixed, it still does not work reliably. The watch still loses connectivity with the belt once per workout for minutes at a time. I'm too cheap to just throw this thing into the trash and get something else, but trust me, as cycling season is starting to heat up, that day is soon to come.
If you want to avoid frustrations during your workout, I suggest you look for another product.
While it looks nice on your wrist, the T1c has amounted to nothing but frustration for me. It links with the transmitter belt intermittently at best and reads inaccurately when I've needed it most. On top of all this, the unit IS NOT user-friendly. Navigating through the menus to review your training/workout results demands, in my opinion, an engineering degree of some variety.
Not a good product. I'm giving up on this thing and I'm now shopping for a Polar HRM.
bought another Suunto watch.