Sigma Sport PC800 Heart Rate Monitor

Sigma Sport's PC-800 displays your current pulse as well as a clock, stopwatch, date, alarm clock, upper/lower limits (with audio alarm for out-of-zone warnings), and displays your total training times inside and outside of those limits.

User Reviews (2)

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Marc   Racer [Apr 18, 2005]
Strength:

Simple, light-weight, water resistant

Weakness:

Inconsistent, unreliable, bad reception

This thing has been flaky from day one. The only time it works well is on hot days where you're really working up a sweat. On training rides on cool days it maybe works 10% of the time. Then again on a hot race day or in the gym it will work close to 100% of the time. Get anywhere near power lines and reception gets screwed up. It was extremely frustrating to use. Finally I broke down and spent $400 on a Polar system - omg what a difference ! So if you live on the equator, or like to slather your chest with conductive gel, you might enjoy the PC800. Otherwise if you want consistency and accuracy in a HRM, steer clear.

Similar Products Used: Polar 725
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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
3
Jason   Cross Country Rider [Nov 16, 2004]
Strength:

It Does what you need it to do. It is easy to use, has a very easily read display and all the basic functions a good HRM needs.

Weakness:

No backlight, but I don't ride at night so that is ok with me.

Good HRM for the price. If you need a basic HRM this one will work well and fit the budget.

Similar Products Used: polar hrm
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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