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A370 Fitness Tracker With 24/7 Wrist Based HR
Offering personalized activity and exercise guidance, the waterproof A370 now integrates intelligent, wrist-based,continuous heart rate and fitness tracking with improved sleep analysis and phone assisted GPS via Bluetooth Smart. Key Benefits: Continuous Heart Rate Smart Phone Assisted GPS I
POLARA370 Fitness Tracker With 24 By 7 Wrist Based HR
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A370 Fitness Tracker With 24/7 Wrist Based HR

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1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Color
Black
Size
Medium/Large
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POLAR
Description

Offering personalized activity and exercise guidance, the waterproof A370 now integrates intelligent, wrist-based,continuous heart rate and fitness tracking with improved sleep analysis and phone assisted GPS via Bluetooth Smart. Key Benefits: Continuous Heart Rate Smart Phone Assisted GPS Improved Sleep Analysis Broadcast Heart Rate Use in conjunction with Polar Flow App for added features and benefits 3rd Party fitness app compatibility (i.e. Apple Health, Google Fit, etc.) Smart Notifications displayed directly on your screen Smart Coaching features offers the best possible guidance on how to develop your training as well as helpful feedback on your progress

  • Continuous heart RATE - have the A370 intelligently Track your heart RATE through the twists and turns of everyday life.
  • Assisted GPS - Use your phone's GPS to Track speed, distance and route ; Get notifications for incoming calls, messages, social media and calendar appointments right on the screen of your Polar A370.
  • Improved sleep analysis - get the valued insight you need to get a good Nights rest ; The wristbands are made of a soft material and come with a secure buckle.
  • Broadcast heart RATE - the A370 can be used as a hr sensor. Pair it to your favorite fitness app
  • 3Rd party compatibility - exercise and activity data is automatically sent and is available to be used in services where you allow it
  • NOTE: Refer the User Guide before use.
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It's pretty darn good for getting your HR through the wrist.
by Valued Customer on August 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It works as good as I thought it would, and from what I got on reading the reviews for it. The battery is basically non-existant, I have to charge it at least once a day or two. Then again I'm constantly using it while at the gym but the last one I had lasted almost a week with one charge. GPS seems to work great too but the heart rate is kind of terrible when it comes to strength training.

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I really love this watch
by Valued Customer on August 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I really love this watch. I lost my older Polar A360 so needed another. THe upgrade is phenomenal. More accurate activity and heart rate tracking and more detailed summaries of sleep time and quality. The band is also much improved! I needed a small but they didn't have it in the color I wanted so I ordered the medium and it fits perfectly fine. I hate I lost the old one but I am loving the new and improved Polar!

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Sports Watch
by Valued Customer on August 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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High qualitySports watchApplication on phone

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Easy and effective
by Valued Customer on July 30, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I will have to revise my review if I have issues later, but so far this watch is fabulous. I wore it swimming and it worked great. I've worn it while also wearing a chest strap monitor and they matched

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Great looking and accurate
by Valued Customer on July 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Overall, I really like this fitness monitor. It works great and is actually quite accurate. I do light weight lifting, elliptical, treadmill, and swimming and have only very occasionally found the heart rate off from taking my pulse manually. It is quite stylish and normally proportioned for an average sized 5'9 165# male i.e. not big, oversized, or clunky looking. I really like being able to see the different heart rate zones while I am working out. Works great with the Polar Flow app on my iPhone and iPad. The sleep tracking works well and seems accurate. The daily heart rate function works well and provides good insight into my daily activity. It is waterproof and I use it swimming all the time with no issues at all. The little charging port cover is a wee bit of a pain because its so small but otherwise it works fine. I get about 4-5 days between recharging. Recharging is very quick, easily less than an hour, which is nice; I usually charge it up while I am taking a shower and almost never have it go dead on me.The one thing I really don't like and took off one star for is the fact that it doesn't sync with 3rd party (non Polar Flow) apps easily. Its not that it can't be done - its just a bit of a hassle. You have to switch it to heart rate monitor mode in which case you can't use any of the normal heart rate / fitness profile features on the band itself. It also won't record the exercise session to display in the Polar Flow fitness app while in heart rate mode. Having to switch modes and all to frequently re-sync the band (even between even the Polar Flow and Polar Beat apps) was a hassle. I don't know - maybe all fitness bands work that way but it really seems like it should be more seamless. I would really like it if Polar could improve the integration with 3rd party apps on iPhone/iPad.

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This little watch is an excellent fitness tracker for casual use
by Valued Customer on July 22, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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My husband bought this watch for me last winter. I was having what I thought were funky symptoms and thought a watch with continuous heart rate might help me. Long story short, the ""funky"" symptoms turned out to be a heart attack, and I ended up in cardiac rehab.I tell you that to make what I'm about to say understandable. This little watch is an excellent fitness tracker for casual use. It does a fine job of providing 24/7 heart rate, if you want it, or of sampling and giving you an average heart rate, if you want that. It gives lots of info about your sleep patterns, and overall activity levels. It scores your daily activity based on your overall level of activity, rather than just footsteps, which is great. It syncs over to My Fitness Pal and coordinates with your food intake if you're dieting. The optical HRM is plenty accurate enough for daily life and a casual work out. It's a great choice if you are just using it to help you get fit and feel better.If you want to wear a Polar HRM on a strap for greater accuracy, you can. It works just fine, and is ez-pz to use. I did that for quire a while, and it synced easily and worked well. That ability puts this little fitness tracker in a much higher level of ability than most of it competitors out there on the market.Buuutttttt, I ended up in cardiac rehab. And because of the nature of my heart problem, I needed an accurate heart rate tracker. This little guy tracked with the EKG in the lab quite well until I was deep in my workout and dripping with sweat. Then it reported heart rates that were consistently about 20 bpm higher than the EKG.That wouldn't be a problem for most people. First, I would never, before the heart attack, have exercised enough to sweat like that, where I was literally dripping sweat onto the equipment and had to use a towel to wipe both the treadmill and myself down. Second, even if I had, the deviation on the heart rate wouldn't have been important.But for me, with my heart condition, it really mattered. When I exercise, I need to stay below certain numbers and above others, and it matters a lot that I do it that way. I talked to the rehab people about this, and the conclusion was that NO optical heart rate monitor is accurate enough for following a cardiac rehab prescription. I opted for quire a while to use it with the Polar H7 heart rate monitor. That gave me an accurate heart rate, but the watch was still awkward to use with the phased workouts that were part of my rehab prescription.I got tired of fiddling with the watch in the middle of trying to get my heart rate to certain levels during the different phases of my workout. I ended up buying a Polar v800 with their H10 heart monitor to track my workouts.That's kind of a hoot, since I'm not the least bit athletic. But I need the ability to transition between levels of heart rate, and to different types of exercise in a timed progression, and I need the heart rate on which I'm basing my workout to be within a few beats of accurate. The v800 with the H10 tracks right along with the lab's EKG. It matches it almost beat for beat. There are a lot of good things about this, but one that's important to me is that I feel safer, knowing that I'm not pushing my heart too hard and going to get myself in trouble, or, that I'm not pushing it hard enough and failing to condition it properly.I still use my A370 for daily use. It's small, light, attractive and loaded with every option I need for that. Both watches sync to Polar Flow and the software combines the data into one seamless presentation that is fun and informative to study. It's a good combo for me. The a370 is a great watch for ordinary fitness tracking and casual exercise of the I-want-to-look-good-and-feel-better variety. It's ability to sync with a chest strap HRM when you need it gives it a much higher level of accuracy than other fitness trackers in this price range, if you need that.

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Great for General Fitness, not Specialized Training
by Valued Customer on July 21, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I wanted to wear this a few months before posting a review to really try it out. This is the fifth Polar product I've had, including more expensive watches and fitness monitors. I have to say, despite it looking massive on my puny wrists, it is perfect for my needs. In fact, I wear it day and night.Up front, it needs to be said that if you are a serious athlete in a specific sport, then this watch is probably not for you. It is a nice fitness tracker for those of us who are more generalists in nature and don't need specific training data - lap times, splits, etc.Here's why I love this watch:-It tracks the basic data I care about, namely steps, sleep, fitness level, heart rate, heart rate zones, and it does it without the pesky chest strap. Big improvement!-The various touch screens allow me to easily see where I am for my fitness level throughout the day, but there isn't so much data it is overwhelming- which was my previous experience with Polar.-It is comfortable to wear, and I sleep with it on.-It has a timer for the days I need to track my running pace and shows me the break down of where my heart rate is during various training zones.-It has the option to be interchanged with other color bands, in case you get tired of a certain color Kind of the Pop Swatch craze of the late 1980's.-One of my favorite things - I can sync the watch directly with my Polar Flow app on my phone. This is a big deal because with the other products,you had to plug them in directly to the computer, and half the time the Polar Sync application failed to start. In fact,this is what happened to my M400 - it just stopped syncing with my computer.There are a few negatives:-I have very small wrists, and even with the small band, this watch looks pretty huuuuge and manly on my skinny kid looking wrists.-It isn't the most aesthetic thing in the world - definitely not something Steve Jobs would be proud of, so on days I need to dress up for work, this isn't the look I really want.-It's kind of pricey for what it is - a glitzed up basic fitness tracker with a few more bells and whistles. However, I think you are paying for no chest strap, which is fairly newer technology, and a color,easy to use touch screen.-Syncing with the computer is still a pain- clumsy and doesn't work half the time.Overall, for what I do, which is part time group fitness and running, I love this product.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on July 14, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Love it

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on July 13, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Just Love It

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Totally water proof and accurate.
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I wear this everyday and for three days I use it in our water aerobics class. It is just perfect for me. I especially like being able to keep track of my heart rate.

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Good Colored screen Bad strap.
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I have bought this watch back in December 2017 and I have enjoyed using it, so here is my review of this watch:The best things about it:- Price was good compared to other watches of the same features and size.- Screen is colored.- You can swim with this ( which is one of the reason I have bought it in the first place).- Comfortable fit on your hand.- Option for sport actives to add up to 20.- Light in weight.The bad things about it:- Compared to other watches of the same features battery life is short, it would last 3 days with normal use and the fourth day watch will be on low battery mode which renders it useless because you can't start an activity in this mode.- Wrist band broke after 7 months of use, which is a very bad life cycle giver to the fact that this watch was designed for sport activates and swimming. And guess what replacement bands are at 24.99USD.- Odometer seems off, some day I sit at the office for full day and I see that my target is met by 60%.- I would not recommend this to anyone deciding to buy it, because of the wrist band and the odometer.

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Use this as a tool to track everything that is fitness related
by Valued Customer on July 09, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This is an excellent resource to track your overall fitness. I especially like the sleep monitor as well as the training tools. Great feedback when reviewing the detail on the app. The only challenge is that the synch process can be frustrating.

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