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Polar RCX3 Heart Rate Monitor Review Completed By Heart Rate Watch Company Blog

June 25, 2012

Heart Rate Watch Company blog testers recently evaluated the new Polar RCX3 heart rate monitor which was just released in the GPS and Run versions in June.

Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) June 25, 2012

The Heart Rate Watch Company blog recently completed a review of the new Polar RCX3 GPS and Run units that were recently released by Polar. Anyone that would like to read the full review can simply visit blog.heartratewatchcompany.com.

“We are excited to have the Polar RCX3 in stock and the women’s version has drawn a lot of interest thanks to its smaller sizing and styling”, says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, “This watch offers most of the RCX5 features, minus the pacing and intervals, at a lower price point and works with all the same great sensor technology”.

The new Polar RCX3 comes in both GPS and Run units with the GPS unit being better suited to outdoor sports outside of running and the running unit being ideal for runners.

POLAR RCX3 GPS

The Polar RCX3 GPS includes the small G5 GPS sensor, which only weighs 2 ounces, along with a clip for attaching to shorts waistbands or to bike jersey pockets. “The clip is far preferable to the old armband and is virtually unnoticeable”, says Squire.

The G5 unit includes a micro-USB to USB cable for charging and downloading mapping information and data. The Polar RCX3 GPS also includes a Polar WIND chest strap and a Polar Datalink data transfer stick to move workout data to Polar Personal Trainer software.

For cycling, inline skating, stand up paddle boards and loads of outdoor sports the Polar RCX3 is the better of the two options because it looks at speed ion miles per hour, as opposed to minutes per mile which is the way runners consider speed.

POLAR RCX3 RUN

The Polar RCX3 Run includes the new Polar S3-Plus stride sensor that analyzes your stride data along with speed and distance to help you achieve better pacing.

“The best thing for people to do is visit Heart Rate Watch Company blog to read our full review”, says Squire. He adds, “If they need further expert consultation or have questions we maintain

a national toll-free line at 866-586-7129 staffed by real athletes and testers who really know the drill”.

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