Thanks, Cougie. He's a bit of a greedyguts cos he has a Polar HRM already. The wrist one is fine for his turbotrainer but (to be fair) he says that it's a buggah to take both hands off the handlebars to check his workrate readings when out on the road.
Still don't know what to do about the cadence thing.... I'm inclined to think it's a waste of money.
I'm looking to buy my partner a cyclo-HRM for Christmas. I can't afford to fork out wads of money so I'm thinking of the Polar CS100 or the CS200CAD.
My query is: I'm swithering about whether to shell out the extra £30 for a cadence counter. He does a mixture of road biking and turbo-trainer work. Is the counter worth it the extra money, or would I just be shelling out for an unnecessary extra?
Okay, so it's a matter of quality versus quantity. That makes sense. Ta!
Hi, Dodge - you've not changed a bit since I was last here! As for me, I've moved house to the seaside, got a doggie and been suffering from terrible PF. Yay for the first two and a massive big boo for the last.