Strapless but Efficient: Nike D75 Heart Rate Monitor
If you wish you could keep pace with technology in the matter of heart rate monitors, you’ve got your wish with the Nike D75. It’s so simple to use and oh so easy to read – none of the serious stuff strapped on A list athletes gunning for the Olympics.
For the latest models, check out the Nike Heart Rate Monitor Range.
You’re no athlete but you want to know how your heart is going when you take those long distance hikes because as a health buff, you want to meet a target heart rate and you want to manage your jogging or walking performance. Your Nike D75 will do the dirty work for you. By feeding information into the monitor such as your age, your ideal heart rate is calculated.
Look no Bulk
You don’t want a bulky contraption that says a lot of stuff, you just want to know how fast or slow your heart beats per minute and measure the distance you have traveled; for all its worth you want the information in big bold graphics on your wrist; that’s the idea behind the Nike heart rate monitor.
What Comes with the Package?
This strapless Nike heart rate monitor that comes with a one-year warranty is a wrist worn monitor with a built-in pedometer that counts your heart rate when prompted. The monitor’s face is a large LCD display that shows the heart rate, steps taken and distance covered, and date and time. If you want to use the stopwatch mode and countdown timer, you can do so without much fuss while you count your steps, check the distance covered, and count calories burned. Since it comes with a simple instruction guide, it won’t be tough to manipulate the monitor.
The Nike D75 heart monitor boasts of the Accelerometer technology or the automated measuring of speed and the effect of gravity on your pace. This is a unique feature of the product aimed for tireless walkers and joggers who want to keep track of their performance and at the same time check out their heart rate target. The accelerometer counts your steps by the swinging motions of your as you stride along so if you don’t move your arms, nothing can be recorded.
The Nike heart monitor has programmed memory recall allowing you to review your previous session when you want to make comparisons with your current exertions and will display the time, day, and date of the last session. This makes it easy for you to design your exercise or walking regimen, if you want to step up or slow down – depending on your heart rate reading and your personal physical fitness goal.
Forget your standard wristwatch. The Nike D75 will tell you the time and sound an alarm (after you program it) to remind you of appointments. Indeed, this little monitor is packed with high-end features.
During exercise, your heart rate rises and the higher it goes (but within safe limits), you burn more calories efficiently. The monitor measures the maximum time your heart beats in a minute so you gun for the margin of 50% or 85% maximum heart rate or 220 beats per minute to achieve your ideal target heart rate. Without the aid of a Nike heart rate monitor, you won’t know if you’re exerting enough effort to burn those calories.
If you are interested, check out our Strapless Heart Rate Monitor Range.
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