Polar Verity Sense Optical Heart Rate Sensor


Heart Rate Monitor - Arm or Swimming Goggles 

The Polar Verity Sense is an optical heart rate monitor that enables you to accurately track your workout heart rate zones in real time. You can use it to record any workout, or connect to your phone, watch or training device for your workout. Ideal for walking, running, indoor/gym training, multisport and swimming. 

Polar Verity Sense is an optical heart rate monitor that provides you with maximum freedom of movement and multiple options for viewing and recording your workouts. Thanks to Bluetooth®, ANT+ and internal memory, you can either connect Polar Verity Sense to a sports watch or app to see your workout in real time or record your workout in the internal memory and view your data afterwards.

Real Time HR Tracking: connect and follow your workout heart rate in real time. When you connect your Polar Verity Sense to your phone, watch or training device for your workout, you'll know moment by moment where you are with your session and you can adjust intensity should that be necessary.

Go on Feel: you can also record your workouts with internal memory. Want to just listen to what you body is telling you? The internal memory on Polar Verity Sense saves your workout when you want to be free as a bird.

Track Swimming: get all your data in the pool. Polar Verity Sense tracks your heart rate, pace and distance in the pool with the swimming mode. It sits comfortably against your temple in the innovative swimming goggle strap clip that's designed to suit the majority of available swimming goggles (including FORM Goggles).

Comfort: easily slip on and wear the Verity Sense on your arm or temple - or anywhere that suits your sport. Track your heart rate super conveniently from your lower and upper arm and from your temple, but you’re not limited to these options.

One size: 23-32 cm.

2 year warranty.
FREE direct delivery within Australia and New Zealand 5-7 business days.
No delivery to post office boxes.

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