You can go into a tech/electronics store and view the display models.
I would love to know which wrist heart rate monitor has audible heart rate alert zones plus constant heart rate display if possible and large font size. Help and thanks
Has anyone used a home ECG device and has anyone found their physician found it useful? Thinking about getting one but not sure the utility.
Ha! Funny you should ask, @Judee.Anyone else having issues?
I am using visible and finding it very interesting. That's how I happened to get the heartmath monitor- HRV turns out to be more useful than I thought. I don't have a wearable like the garmin, but I thought I might try whatever visible recommends when they get to that stage.Has anyone using the Garmin (or other tracker) tried Visible?
The not so good things...the watch band is starting to get blister-type pop up areas above the watch face...I went through that form and entered my info. It couldn't find the serial number I took from the box so then I emailed the company but haven't heard back yet.
Sooooo disappointing, no? It sounds like it just doesn't work a lot of the time, which makes it....useless.C/S said to give it a week for the new watch to learn my body but when I look on their forums I'm seeing others mention this issue even after owning their Garmin watch for months
Has anyone using the Garmin (or other tracker) tried Visible? I have been using it side-by-side with the Garmin and seeing some parallel readings, and some where Visible's pacing number feels more accurate than Garmin's BB. I will continue to experiment.
C/S said to give it a week for the new watch to learn my body but when I look on their forums I'm seeing others mention this issue even after owning their Garmin watch for months.
No armband...just my phone for the HRV/BPM. I am finding Visible to be really helpful, particularly in conjunction with my Garmin. (Of course that is dependent on the Garmin functioning, which so far is not your experience, Judee!)So are you using the Verity arm band?