Worth buying this product.
Good quality product. Very easy to use and unique. For the first time I'm seeing this.
It is a good HRM for the price , good after sales service provided by Decathilon. Have been using close to 2 yrs ,I guess the transmitter in the chest strap has poor water protection,the back cover does not
close properly .The stop watch function is not clear ,after starting it
can not be stopped with any obvious combination of buttons.
For a senior citizen (70+) it is an useful aide to track level of exercise.
Ease of use and alarms -bpm out of range.
poor documentation and possibly lax supervsion.
I have a very expensive Heart Rate watch, as I run ultra-marathons and train using heart rate. I wanted something more simple, and less expensive, for my girlfriend - she wanted to train to heat rate, but didn't need any other complex data fields or GPS. This was perfect - easy to use, large numbers and slim fit. It seems accurate and is certainly good value for money.
I've had problems getting Heart Rate Monitors to link to my mobile/smartwatch via Bluetooth, so thought I'd try this low-tech alternative instead.
This is very easy to use, with no set up required, beyond putting the battery in the HRM!. To use, simply strap on the HRM belt and press the coloured button on the watch. The watch picks up the HRM reading automatically. I use this for long distance running - training and races, and it's worked well.
So if you just need to know your current heart rate this is for you. If you want to record your heart rate history and download this to a computer then you'll need to look elsewhere.
I was dubious that something so reasonably priced could work so well, but delighted that it does!
The instructions state that one must follow the intuitive onscreen guide. Complete rubbish !
The instructions cannot be followed.
There are not even instructions on this company site
Thankfully its cheap enough to throw away which is what I will do and I suggest others do not buy it until proper instructions for use are available on this site.
Nothing as it does not work
Instructions impossible to follow
I'm sorry that the instructions for setting up the OnRhythm110 Heart Rate Monitor are not clear.
Here are the instructions and some videos:
If you are still having trouble I can ask one of our product trainers to get in touch and talk you through the set up and use.
Please don't throw away - as the product is covered by our 365 day "satisfied or satisfied" guarantee then you are welcome to return your HRM for a full refund.
David Daker Commercial Director DECATHLON
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Took quite a while and much cursing of Decathlon to get it to read my pulse - but then it all clicked in place when I saw the rain drop symbol on the back of the chest pad - make sure the strap is wetted each side of the main pad, just as the diagram on the back shows. Think this should be made much clearer in the instructions as this seems to be the main problem when trying to get a reading
not too difficult to use
Slightly fiddly at first to get used to
I tried for half hour to measure my heart rate and it was displayed only one time. I run on a running machine and my heart rate was going high enough but still not picked up.
has good display
heart rate not picked up. difficult instructions,
I have checked with the product manager and he has made me aware that when using the OnRhythm110 Heart Rate Monitor it can be effected by other products giving off electromagnetic waves. This could include mobile phones or possibly on the running machine if that was also transmitting information.
If for any reason it does not work in a more isolated environment you are more than welcome to return the product to a Decathlon store. If you often run on treadmills a coded HRM could help as these are less likely to be have interference from other sources.
David Daker Commercial Director DECATHLON
Clear screen, easy to use, nice big buttons with good tactile feedback. Picks up my heart rate straight away every time, and the chest strap part still works fine after an accidental trip round the washing machine - impressive.
No GPS, pace counter etc but you wouldn't expect that for the price. Only downside - possibly wish I'd spent a bit more to get one that stores laptimes.
Cheap and functional, great watch for the price.