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It's never been possible to record heart rate accurately during swimming - it is now The swim HR module stores up to 20 hours of heart rate data during swims, then forwards it to a compatible device at the end of the session It also sends real-time heart rate to the watch when the monitor is out of the water HRM-Tri strap is the smallest and lightest heart rate monitor from Garmin Designed with rounded edges and no exposed seams, the strap remains comfortable during extended hours of training, and is designed to be worn under a tri suit A simple bi-fold adjustment reduces elastic weight and makes sizing easy Additionally, the new straps provide advanced run metrics - by measuring cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time when paired with a compatible device Lasts up to 18 months (assuming three hours/week use) with user-replaceable CR2032 battery HRM-Swim has the same features as HRM-Tri with a special non slip design - keeping the monitor in place - even during push-offs from pool walls Bundle version includes one of each strap.
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If you've used Garmin HRM monitors before, there's nothing extra to say here. These are solid and do the job well. Quick note (based on research and a bit of experience): -The swim one is specifically recommended for the pool. It sticks to you a bit better, and will also hold up better in chlorine -The tri one works well in open water, and appears to have all the capabilities of the HRM-Run (not included) monitor. Paired with my Fenix 3 I was able to get data around left/right balance, ground contact time, vertical oscillation, etc. I've only had them for a couple of weeks so I'm not sure how they'll hold up, particularly since the strap isn't replaceable. Please remember to follow the wash/care instructions to get the most out of them. Lastly, neither the HRM-Tri nor the HRM-Swim seem to send HR information in realtime. They both appear to store it and then synchronize at the end of your activity. Oh, double lastly.. swim HR information doesn't sync to Strava. This appears to be a Strava limitation. Letting you know to save you the time of troubleshooting it :)
I ordered these HRMs when they were on sale. Because the package was shipped from UK, I was told it may take up to a month to arrive in Canada. When it did not arrive, I contacted Probikekit and a replacement was dispatched quickly. Finally the box arrived last week on my door step. The communication with probikekit was smooth and courteous. In the end all I needed was to sign a letter stating I did not receive the product, the replacement was shipped literally the same day. I started using the HRMs as soon as I opened the package. They work great. I chest felt compressed with the older Garmin HRMs so I switched to wrist version. But the wrist one lacked some information on my running dynamics. After trying these ones, I did not notice any feeling of suffocation and they felt very comfortable. The HRM-Swim still feel might slip off when I turn in the pool but it never did. The running dynamics from HRM-tri is a great additional information for post run analysis. I highly recommend the HRMs and Probikekit.