Dear Berlei Why does your running bra stops stop at FF
Those of us above that need the super doper design much more
If it's any consolation they're no good anyway. I wear mine as an ordinary bra, but seriously regretted trying to run in it.
Even the Ultimate Run Bra? I find it great (only DD/E though, so maybe better in smaller sizes).
Yep, wearing it now for slobbing round the house, but was seriously bouncy when I tried to run. May be my gait I guess. Maddy, the only one I've found to be any cop at all (other than doubling up) is the Freya Active Underwired Crop Top Sports Bra. Fitting is a bit odd (but I had excellent advice from the customer service people at Less Bounce) and it is pretty comfy. Much better than wearing two shock absorbers!
I use a scosche and love it, so was a bit disappointed to hear Garmin have gone for the Mio. Having said that it may work wonderfully. I think a lot of the early Mio problems were down to a dodgy antenna?? I purchased the scosche whilst waiting for Garmin/Polar to catch up on the optical side of things before upgrading my current watch. I definitely find it more comfy than a chest strap, but then I think due to having to wear a pretty heavy duty sports bra (not a problem the gentleman of this forum may have), I probably can't wear the chest strap in the most comfortable place.
I think I'll be keeping my scosche for now, but it is my birthday in August, so may be tempted to see how generous husband is feeling. I suspect Polar will come up with something soon, and as DC says this is probably the beginning of it appearing in many Garmin devices.