We are always testing some new fitness watch, whether it’s the latest top of the range GPS heart rate monitor for triathletes or a simple activity tracker for everyday fitness and health monitoring. Each time we write a NEW review we try our best to shout about it here. Our most popular brands include Fitbit, Polar, Garmin, Suunto, Mio and Timex. Please check back regularly to see what we’ve been testing this month. Don’t forget to visit our regular competition to win one of the products we’ve recently tested – all you have to do is LIKE and SHARE the Facebook post to win these great prizes
The new Polar M200 uses the LED sensors on the back of the watch to acquire heart rate. This heart rate accuracy tests highlights the accuracy of the Polar M200 when compared to the Polar H7 chest sensor and a Polar M450 ..
Introduction I am lucky, I get to test some of the very best heart rate monitor watches on the market. I quickly know which will be best sellers and which will fail to appeal. Often their success or failure is a result of the watch’s heart rate functionality and accuracy. A few years ago Mio…
Looking for a GPS equipped, 24/7 activity tracking, heart rate monitor watch in a tough, lightweight polyamide case, protected behind a mineral crystal glass, then I think you might like the new Suunto Spartan Sport and Suunto Spartan Ultra, REVIEWED HERE.
2016 has been one of the busiest years for new product releases. Polar have their new M600, Suunto the Spartan and before that we had this brilliant Garmin Vivoactive HR. With smartphone notifications, widgets and applications, built-in GPS and off the wrist heart rate it’s already proving to be a 2016 best seller.
It’s going to be a busy month. With new arrivals from Suunto, TomTom and Garmin. Our friends at Garmin have sent us a Vivosmart HR+ to review throughout September. A very compact activity tracker with built-in GPS and heart rate monitor.
Testing throughout September, the Garmin Vivomove traditional style analogue watch with MOVE bar and STEP counter and the Vivosmart HR+ with activity tracking, built-in heart rate and GPS !
For the customer who wants a TRADITIONAL style analogue watch with real hands … and a built-in STEP counter and MOVE bar to keep you active throughout the day. The Garmin Vivomove is available in several stylish colours including all black, gold and silver with a variety of straps to suit.
We’ve been getting a lot of questions regarding the accuracy of the new breed of OFF THE WRIST strapless heart rate monitor devices. Products like the Mio Fuse, Garmin Vivosmart HR, Fitbit Charge HR and Polar A360. We thought we’d do our own little test ride while on a day trip out to North Wales….
Coming soon .. a product test of the BlueLeza HRM chest strap. A clever heart rate sensor that transmits in BOTH Bluetooth 4.0 (Android & iPhones) and also ANT+ (Garmin devices) > CLICK Here
The Fitbit Blaze is a proper smartwatch. The Charge HR and Surge have smart notifications and Bluetooth connectivity, but they’re not really SMARTwatches. The Blaze is >> BLOG HERE
OK Garmin.. here’s the question. When will you stop making the Garmin Forerunner even better? Every time I think, right, that’s it, this is just about perfect, you bring out a new model.
The TomTom Runner 2 or TomTom Spark as it is also known comes in 6 different packages and 2 sizes. I have had the pleasure of testing the top of the range TomTom Runner 2 Cardio + Music.
It took much longer than we had planned, but we are pleased to announce we now have Fitbit on the website ! Please pop over to their brand page for the latest news, reviews and product tests on the Fitbit Fitness Trackers and Sports Watches. >> BLOG HERE
Our Polar A300 review has been updated with our own REAL PRODUCT images to help you get a better feel for this new activity tracker / fitness monitor.
If you use Strava you will love the new Garmin Edge. Please read our Edge 520 review for the latest news on this great new GPS bike computer.
We have been testing the new Epson SF-810 GPS Runners watch for just over week. It’s a neat package with built-in optical heart rate sensor taking HR from the WRIST, so no need for a chest strap.
We’ve been reviewing the TomTom MultiSport and Runner GPS sports watches with BUIILT-IN heart rate monitoring.
We have been testing the Polar V800 MultiSport watch for some time and WE LOVE IT. Not only is it the best made Polar watch for many years it’s packed with MULTISPORT features and SIMPLE to use …..