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Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference------------------------------------------------------------Schwinn GPS Sport Watch with Heart Rate Monitor and Chest Belt$99.99 + $5 ShippingCondition: New*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!
I preferred it when the monitor looked kinda like a duck.
That was quick
I dont need a $100 monitor to tell you my heart is racing
I think I need some sleep. Just read that as "Heart Rate Monitor and Chastity Belt"
almost hit "I WANT ONE" because I figured it was the crap. I don't know why I try so hard for it, since the last two I received were complete junk. But it's fun so I digress.
$100 for a heart rate monitor is enough to stop my heart!!!!
I don't have tiger blood though, more like
domesticated tabby blood.
brasssong wrote:That was quick
subjectively and outta my rear, this seems a bit pricey. i got something similar oncetime from someplace and i remember spending much, much less. mighta been a woot... hmm
edit: was not a woot. i have no clue where i got it before, but i am kinda stingy and don't think i spent more than thirty bucks for the thing.
I hope I'm not the only one that read that as "Heart Rate Monitor and Chastity Belt."
Turns out I wasn't! Great minds think alike... and i type slower.
Aaaaand no takers.
worldwidewebfeet wrote:$100 for a heart rate monitor is enough to stop my heart!!!!
and apparently also enough to stop a woot-off.
Typed a comment about the computer and boom! I'm at a watch instead...
Pity they never make these smaller, for those of us with small wrists. I tend to look like I'm lugging a wall clock strapped to my wrist with most sports watches.
This one isnt.
Same price as the 12/10/11 woot.. Bought 3 then. One for myself, I love it.. Two I gave as gifts. They both love them as well.
Two problems with these:
1) You actually have to stand still and away from tall buildings to get a GPS lock.
2) There is no screen showing distance, HR/%HRMax, and clock. Believe it or not, that is more annoying than one would think...
Overall, great product and can't beat the price...
System Requirements for PC Manager Software
■Compatible with the following operating system:
- Windows 7
- Windows XP SP 1, 2, 3
- Windows Vista SP 1, 2
- Windows 2000 SP 4
- Windows 98
■Not Mac Compatible
Further proof that Apple people don't have hearts! :-)
thats what she said
egads, someone DID buy one, and it didn't affect the bar at ALL.
Why do they call it a belt? You KNOW some Pinky out there is going to use the chest STRAP as a belt and wonder what is wrong with the HRM. *sigh* I'm glad I am not a tech manual writer.
I bought this off of Woot and am happy with it. It's more accurate than phone apps and is easier to use by looking at your wrist (plus heart rate).
Data can be exported easily to mapmyrun.com as well.
is this an exact replica of last month's woot off ?
use this to check for my pulse after I die sitting here waiting for the nest item
glazedfaith wrote:egads, someone DID buy one, and it didn't affect the bar at ALL.
They probably have thousands.
Three speeds on a woot-off:
Cannot move any of the item.
Holy cats! There are quite a few of these.
Further proof that Apple people don't have hearts! :-)
You needed more proof than their inability to hold conversations with other humans because their head is in their iThis's..... I'll censor myself
Nurgh. I keep *just* missing the computer Woots. I'm really getting tired of being all "darn it! If I had just stayed on/gotten back a *little* later/sooner!"
Judging by the spread of states, their shades, and other statistics, I'd say they've sold to 9 wooters, somehow.
How does Woot test these, since it is well known that Woot staff don't have hearts!!!
They call it a belt because it is a belt. Just like you have belts in your car.
I would like to know how it compares to a Garmin gps/heart rate watch. Cause I'm ready to switch.
I'm wondering if the voice activated remote is compatible with the monitor ?
you wouldn't want to get stressed shouting at the remote too hard.
Turken wrote:I think I need some sleep. Just read that as "Heart Rate Monitor and Chastity Belt"
Can you be sure it isn't?
Neotacha wrote:Can you be sure it isn't?
"You wanna get to business? ... Oh, sorry gramps, didn't know you had a heart condition, maybe some other time."
glazedfaith wrote:Judging by the spread of states, their shades, and other statistics, I'd say they've sold to 9 wooters, somehow.
i was gonna say 6, but now i agree with you.
and also i see now that this has gps and other weird techy stuff. okay, i guess i can understand the price, but daaaaang if i am gonna pay it! :P
I was about to slam this heart rate monitor, then I read the part about GPS. If my treadmill starts moving about, I need a heck of a lot more than a $100 monitor!
worldwidewebfeet wrote:How does Woot test these, since it is well known that Woot staff don't have hearts!!!
epic burn. +1.
Out of idle curiosity, does anyone know how much lead time the Woot staff get to do the write-ups? I'm sure they recycle them as they get more of the same stuff in, but when they first get something, how much time does a staffer get to do the story?
And do they get a starting point, or throw darts at a board or just pull the story out of their heads randomly?
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