Polar CS200cad Heart Rate Monitor

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $169.95


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Product Description

Heart Rate features include OwnCode, OwnCal, OwnZone, average heart rate and maximum heart rate Cycling features include speed (current, average and max), distance, etc and calorie expenditure Wireless cadence sold separately (CY0206) Data features include computer connectivity via Uplink and 7 exercise files Bar or stem mount


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Douglas a Racer from Reservoir, Vic, Australia

Date Reviewed: November 17, 2008

Strengths:    Reliable, 7 memories, great display

Weaknesses:    sonic data transfer dependent on good mic. averages speed over 10secs, so you can be sitting at the lights and it's still reading 27kph. No graphing, just trip averages. Can't display ODO or max speed without stopping it and looking at totals/files

Bottom Line:   
Good reliable speedo.
Make sure you damp the hr band before wearing it or you'll get wierd readings for the first half hour (stuck on half or double your HR until you stop the bike)
I didn't realise this didn't have graphing until I got it home. Annoying. but it's been a pretty good unit.
When I got it, it was pretty much the first HR/cyclocomputer on the market, so exactly what I had been waiting for.

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Favorite Trail:   Westerfolds park MTB circuit

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   online

Similar Products Used:   Cateye Cordless, Union-XT hr cycle computer

Bike Setup:   Giant TCR-C2 Krysium Equip Wheels

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Polar CS200CAD - Calorie Question

Got the CS200CAD on my bike. Pretty cool features. My question, how accurate is the calorie burnt totals? I've set everything up to my body, age, weight, etc. and the HRM is working throughout the whole ride. My HR stays in the 170's when riding and it said I burnt 1600 calories in my hour long ... Read More »

Polar CS200cad Problem

I both recently Polar CS200cad, and everything is working great, except the cadence. Cadence is sometimes working ok for a 5 minutes, and then is gone for 5 minuets. Ther is no electronic interference around. Manual says max 80cm, and my is set on 70cm. If I bring it closer it works ok, bat is ... Read More »

Polar 725x vs CS200cad vs F6

Ok, so, I work at a shop tht carries Polar. Everyone that I have talked to said the biggest tool you can have/use in training for raceing is a Polar. More important than an XO rd, xtr crank, or fox 100 X. Polar. I am looking at 3 models, obviously in the header. Here's my dilemma: I'm afraid that if ... Read More »

Polar CS200CAD operation question

Just got this unit new and have it all set up but have one question. I have it set up for my road bike and my mountain bike. I don't think the manual is too clear on the exact proceedure for switching between the two bike settings. What is the exact proceedure for going from one bike to the other? A ... Read More »

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