The Jarv Premium Bluetooth Smart heart rate monitor uses the latest low power Bluetooth 4.0 technology to connect to your IOS device compatible devices include the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and 6 plus and all iPad devices, iPod Nano, and New iPod Touch.
You can also use it to connect to other bluetooth activity devices such as bike cadence sensors .
The heart rate monitor together with 3rd party iOS App turns your iPhone into a mobile training device for runners, cyclists, and other fitness enthusiasts. It connects wirelessly via Bluetooth Smart technology to your iOS device without the need for any adapter and delivers accurate real-time heart rate data.
The Bluetooth Smart heart rate monitor works with most iOS fitness and sports Apps.
One user replaceable CR2032 battery is INCLUDED (approximately 3 year battery life)
- Latest low power Bluetooth 4.0 Technology Wireless heart rate monitor for iPhone 4/5, IPad, iPod,
- No need for a bluetooth dongle to connect to your iPhone, iPod or iPad
- Tracks heart rate, distance, pace, and more!
- Works with over 50 running, cycling, walking and wellness Apps. Visit http://www.jarvmobile.com/support_JRV-HRM1285.asp
- Including MapMyRun, RunMeter, Endomondo, LogYourRun and Runkeeper.
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Works well, but unsure of reliability I am a physician and tested the unit against other ANT units and it measures up fine and is equally as accurate. It is very nice to be able to use a Bluetooth unit that syncs perfectly with the iPhone. With that said I have used the unit for about 2 weeks of testing so far and so cannot be sure of the long term reliability. There are some concerns:1. During one of my runs the unit outputted a heart rate of over 1 million causing the program to re-calculate my average heart rate…
You get what you pay for Paired well with apps but heart rate was not accurate, it jumped all over the place while not moving a muscle and didn’t improve with exercise. I even tried re-adjusting the strap to make sure it had good contact with my skin.I expect a heart rate monitor to be at least good at its primary function, I am returning and ordering a Polar H7 (rated well for accuracy).Update 5/30/13: Mobile City sent me a complimentary unit and it works great. Paired with my iPhone 5…
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