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7 Reviews for Polar H10 Chest Strap

  1. Dr. Wayne Nadler

    A few complain about sizing but these are clear in the description. This is an xs/s and fits way better than the garmin strap in how small it goes. I had the smaller garmin and it didn’t adjust as small as this one does.I can’t say enough about how awesome this strap is functionally, and how much better it is than others on the market.- it doesn’t slide nor chafe even on the hardest runs.-the clip stays put on hard workouts.-it easily pairs with multiple devices, so you can have zwift running and your head unit with no issues.So happy that polar finally made it compatible with other platforms it is so worth the money.

  2. GRL

    The Polar H10 was easy to fasten to my chest and stayed there. I used a small amount of electrode gel rather than water so the connection was excellent with little “noise” when I connected to the ELITE HRV app which has an array of useful readings and training information. HR and HRV data appears accurate when compared to other medical grade devices. If accuracy while in motion is important, this is a very good product. However, I would caution a buyer to read the size of the strap to make sure that it will fit properly. I am 6’1” and about 200, the strap fit well but I can see that this M-XXL size strap may not fit larger users with chests more than 50”. The choice of App is also important. The Elite HRV app came to my attention as there was a connection with Mindfulness practices as well as exercise. I have not explored other Apps yet, but I am pleased so far.

  3. Liane

    The description was confusing. I have 56inch chest and the description given by seller wasn’t clear with regards to size or even the product name! Very confusing for someone who is a newbie like me. So, this is Polar H10, Medium-XXL size and it’s supposed to be quite accurate in measuring heart beats! The strap is easily adjustable, so don’t worry about tight or loose fitting. You don’t need to buy a compatible smart watch. Just download Polar beat app and the product gets connected via Bluetooth. I had a heart attack and wanted to monitor my heart rate while doing my brisk walking and light exercises. H10 is probably the best product for that.

  4. Lectrichead

    Edit: I changed my review to a four star. Took off one star only because of the app not being that great. I will leave my initial review below only for reference so anyone that thinks they have noted the same will understand that it is not a specific problem with the H10 but more an issue with how the H10 and other HRM, including Garmin communicate with your watch or Garmin Connect if you use that. Turns out this is how these HRM work, at least with Garmin watches. If you put it on and connect it to your Garmin watch, you will only see your rate from the HRM after you have started an activity. This gets confusing but this is what Garmin says: “The HRM will only connect to the watch while actively recording an activity. If you are wearing the watch and not recording an activity, the watch will still be the primary activity tracker.” What this means is that you can have the HRM strap on and pair/connect it via ANT+, but when you leave that sensor pairing setting the watch will disconnect from the HRM strap and the heart rate you see anywhere on the watch will be from the wrist sensor only. THEN, if you start an activity, the strap will override the wrist and you will get the heart rate from the strap as long as the activity is still going. As soon as you end the activity, the watch goes back to using the wrist sensor heart rate. This is true only for the watch, however as if you are wearing the strap with no activity in progress, the heartrate that is synced with Garmin connect is the HRM strap, (I think). I tested this by turning off the wrist sensor while wearing the strap. I then had dashed lines in the heart rate field on my watch so no display of HR on the watch even though I was wearing the sensor. But I still got a heart rate synced to the Garmin Connect app – so that had to be coming from the strap. As soon as I start an activity, however I get a brief message that the watch and the HRM strap have connected and a heart rate starts to display on the watch, even with the wrist sensor off. I told you it was confusing and maybe a bit involved for a review but maybe the information will help someone else considering using this Polar H10 with a Garmin watch.Bottom line is that the H10 was working as well as it could and working as well as the Garmin HRO Pro Plus I replaced it with. They just do not work as well and intuitively as they should. If you are wearing and HRM Strap paired with your watch, I think that any and all heart rates displayed on the watch should come from the strap as that is much more accurate than the wrist sensor. But that does not happen. You will only see the heart rate from the strap when you are in an activity and in the records on Garmin Connect and I believe also in the Polar app. When I replaced the H10 with the Garmin HRM Pro and it was the same, I went into it in depth, testing all possible uses and the above is what I found.INITIAL REVIEW:I liked the design of the H10. Also, the strap was VERY comfortable which is good as with many others, the strap is a big complaint. The issue with this H10 was that (I thought) it would not stay connected and transmitting either in ANT+ or Bluetooth. I started out using it with a Forerunner 255S watch. It would pair and connect just fine but within seconds of leaving the pairing/settings screen and returning to the main screen or a running activity screen, the HR would drop off the display. Go back into settings and it was showing disconnected in the list of devices. But just selecting the H10 in the list would prompt it to immediately reconnect. I then tried it with the Polar App on my Samsung S22 Ultra via Bluetooth and it worked fine, staying connected and displaying an accurate HR.So, I thought maybe it was an issue with the Garmin FR 255S. I tried two other different model watches however, and it was exactly the same, it would not stay connected. After much troubleshooting online and with phone support, I had to send it back.I will try the Garmin HRM Pro Plus which is on sale here on Amazon right now. Hopefully I will have better luck staying in the Garmin universe since my watches are Garmins. Having seen a couple of older Garmin HRMs and reading reviews, I know some complain about the straps being less comfortable than the H10. We shall see. I have to say the strap on the H10 was great! If the H10 will connect and stay connected for you I think you will love it! But the whole reason for a HRM is to have consistent heart rate monitoring and recording and the H10 was not doing that. (Again, this is what I thought but I was wrong as all the straps do this where they only connect when running an activity.) Hopefully using a Garmin HRM with the Garmin watches will work. And, hopefully the Garmin strap will be OK.

  5. Lectrichead

    I went looking and while others were really good choices too; when it comes to accuracy Polar heart rate sensors and straps are highly rated across the board, compatible with pretty much everything, and are durable.I was particularly impressed with the in-depth research and testing they do with their equipment, neutral comparisons that they make with other comparable HR sensors as well as certified medical heart rate monitoring.I started leaning toward the Polar H10 , which are the 5th generation of Polar’s Heart Rate tech, which started in 1977.According to Polar’s testing against medical-grade heart rate equipment and other heart rate sensors – the ECG H10 sensor detects HR within 2 ms accuracy at 92.9% for running, 99.3% for cycling, 95.3% for weight training, 95.6% for all activities combined.Amazing accuracy, and very much as good or better than the informal tests I have done of previous HR sensors and straps that I have had – my tests being comparing them to other equipment as well as manually using the old tried and true ‘two fingers on the neck or wrist and a watch’ method. This sensor IS quite wide and extends across a large part of the strap, this entire section is the HR sensor area.The H10 can do two Bluetooth conenctions, with ANT+ both will connect to multiple ANT+ channels and there is a proprietary GymLink connection also – which connects to some fitness devices.The H10 can be used with any device underwater.The H10 has an internal memory that can save one training session on its own and can be accessed with one of the Polar apps like Polar’s Beat app.The H10 works with pretty much everything and anything that we use for fitness nowadays. Anything that receives Bluetooth (Bluetooth 4.0 and Bluetooth BLE) or ANT+ and the Gymlink 5 kHz signals. It will output Bluetooth and ANT+ at the same time and even two Bluetooth devices at the same time.This of course includes watches by nearly all manufacturers as well as nearly all bike computers (not including non-smart old-style bike speedometers/odometers without ANT+ and Bluetooth), and any smartphone. This list is extensive.The HR sensor is not rechargeable but uses the common 2025 battery, Polar says that it lasts 400 hours. One thing you may want to do to extend battery life (recommended by Polar themselves and individuals who have used it over time) is to pop up one of the sensor pod’s connectors out of the strap so that it goes to sleep, I have tested it many hours after I have stopped an activity and taken off the chest strap, and sometimes it still is transmitting. So this is something to keep in mind.The battery is easy to change, via what looks at first glance to be a quarter-turn battery hatch that you turn with a coin to open but it actually is quite different, as it snaps open with a little tab. The battery door is of course sealed with an o-ring and everything seems very tight and secure.The total weight with the strap is 60 grams with the sensor pod itself being 12 grams by itself.The soft strap is very easy to put on, wet it with a little water so the sensor can get good contact with your chest skin (you can wait for a little sweat to do it for you but then the sensor may not read well until that happens). You position the sensor monitor pod itself in the front of your chest, which puts the long wide sensor strap in a very good position all across your chest. This sensor area is quite extensively wide to give you that nice accuracy.You could even position this fairly inaccurately and it may still probably work – whether you positioned it by accident or deliberately as perhaps the strap does not fit you well for whatever reason. Some people do have problems with chest straps for many reasons, so I think those who do might find this works better than other chest straps with smaller sensor areas. It even works if you get it too low or too high on your chest, within a reasonable range.There are little rubbery dots on the strap itself to keep it in place. Does this actually make it work better? I don’t know, but it seems like a great idea. I have never had one move on me so I can’t say whether this makes any difference to me personally, but perhaps to others who have issues with HR chest straps staying in place, it might be just the thing to help.The latch snaps into place easily with one end snapping directly into the other end, to take it off you push a button on the latch and it disengages easily. The button is slightly recessed so you never accidentally pop it off (at least I have not as yet) and also won’t get squeezed even by a tight jersey or compression shirt.The strap is very adjustable, with a conventional adjustable loop system to tighten or loosen it. There are two size options for the strap when you order – XS/S and M/XXL. The smaller one covers chests 20-30 inches (58-71 cm) in diameter while the larger one goes from 30-45 inches (67-95 cm).While riding or running or lifting or anything else I can’t even feel it unless I consciously make myself aware of it.The Polar H10 sensor monitor is easily cleaned with a little dish soap and water, and a quick wipe to dry it. The soft strap is also very easy to clean with soap and water, or you can put it in a washer – though I recommend using a small washer bag to keep it from snarling and getting bent around other things, and maybe air-dry it instead of using a dryer Make sure you take the sensor off first of course.The soft strap now comes in not only the standard black but a burgundy with a design on it.The H10 is fully waterproof and can be used underwater for swimming and other things, up to 30 meters deep.And you don’t need your watch or phone with you for swimming or anything else, at least for one session as the internal memory can store one workout. To set this up you use the Polar Beat app so you do have to connect it to your phone first, set it up and then you can use the strap without the phone present or nearby. When you are finished you reconnect and download the sensor data to the Polar Beat app, which can upload it to a few other sites or allow a download.The Polar Beat app also can be used to keep the firmware updated, check battery power, etc. And there are a number of workouts and such that you can use it for. The Polar Beat app can also estimate your Vo2 Max, you find this in the app under Upgrades (not sure why – as it’s a free option) and then under Fitness Test. It estimated mine at 49, somewhat above what other fitness services estimates mine at but very close.Also, the Polar Flow app is another app with training and syncing to other services.And of course any other device you sync it to will have it’s own abilities when connected to the Polar H10.You can even test your HRV (Heart Rate Variability), which is a good test of your health and recovery.You could use this as a 24-hour monitor with the right app, I suppose, but the H10 is really meant for exercise. But if you wanted to test your HR and HRV over an extended period of time you could. I think it would be comfortable sleeping, depending on the person, but it’s not really made for that and it’s possible that the sensor area might dry out over such a long period of inactivity.Lastly, I was going to include some comparison charts between the H10 and other HR monitors that I have but, outside of a few dropouts by optical heart rate sensors because of arm movement – which is to be expected, they all performed within pretty much identically. I had to really go data point by data point comparisons to see much difference.So in conclusion I would very highly recommend the Polar H10 – you are not going to be disappointed in accuracy, comfort, usability, connectivity, and compatibility.

  6. Lectrichead

    I went looking and while others were really good choices too; when it comes to accuracy Polar heart rate sensors and straps are highly rated across the board, compatible with pretty much everything, and are durable.I was particularly impressed with the in-depth research and testing they do with their equipment, neutral comparisons that they make with other comparable HR sensors as well as certified medical heart rate monitoring.I started leaning toward the Polar H10 , which are the 5th generation of Polar’s Heart Rate tech, which started in 1977.According to Polar’s testing against medical-grade heart rate equipment and other heart rate sensors – the ECG H10 sensor detects HR within 2 ms accuracy at 92.9% for running, 99.3% for cycling, 95.3% for weight training, 95.6% for all activities combined.Amazing accuracy, and very much as good or better than the informal tests I have done of previous HR sensors and straps that I have had – my tests being comparing them to other equipment as well as manually using the old tried and true ‘two fingers on the neck or wrist and a watch’ method. This sensor IS quite wide and extends across a large part of the strap, this entire section is the HR sensor area.The H10 can do two Bluetooth conenctions, with ANT+ both will connect to multiple ANT+ channels and there is a proprietary GymLink connection also – which connects to some fitness devices.The H10 can be used with any device underwater.The H10 has an internal memory that can save one training session on its own and can be accessed with one of the Polar apps like Polar’s Beat app.The H10 works with pretty much everything and anything that we use for fitness nowadays. Anything that receives Bluetooth (Bluetooth 4.0 and Bluetooth BLE) or ANT+ and the Gymlink 5 kHz signals. It will output Bluetooth and ANT+ at the same time and even two Bluetooth devices at the same time.This of course includes watches by nearly all manufacturers as well as nearly all bike computers (not including non-smart old-style bike speedometers/odometers without ANT+ and Bluetooth), and any smartphone. This list is extensive.The HR sensor is not rechargeable but uses the common 2025 battery, Polar says that it lasts 400 hours. One thing you may want to do to extend battery life (recommended by Polar themselves and individuals who have used it over time) is to pop up one of the sensor pod’s connectors out of the strap so that it goes to sleep, I have tested it many hours after I have stopped an activity and taken off the chest strap, and sometimes it still is transmitting. So this is something to keep in mind.The battery is easy to change, via what looks at first glance to be a quarter-turn battery hatch that you turn with a coin to open but it actually is quite different, as it snaps open with a little tab. The battery door is of course sealed with an o-ring and everything seems very tight and secure.The total weight with the strap is 60 grams with the sensor pod itself being 12 grams by itself.The soft strap is very easy to put on, wet it with a little water so the sensor can get good contact with your chest skin (you can wait for a little sweat to do it for you but then the sensor may not read well until that happens). You position the sensor monitor pod itself in the front of your chest, which puts the long wide sensor strap in a very good position all across your chest. This sensor area is quite extensively wide to give you that nice accuracy.You could even position this fairly inaccurately and it may still probably work – whether you positioned it by accident or deliberately as perhaps the strap does not fit you well for whatever reason. Some people do have problems with chest straps for many reasons, so I think those who do might find this works better than other chest straps with smaller sensor areas. It even works if you get it too low or too high on your chest, within a reasonable range.There are little rubbery dots on the strap itself to keep it in place. Does this actually make it work better? I don’t know, but it seems like a great idea. I have never had one move on me so I can’t say whether this makes any difference to me personally, but perhaps to others who have issues with HR chest straps staying in place, it might be just the thing to help.The latch snaps into place easily with one end snapping directly into the other end, to take it off you push a button on the latch and it disengages easily. The button is slightly recessed so you never accidentally pop it off (at least I have not as yet) and also won’t get squeezed even by a tight jersey or compression shirt.The strap is very adjustable, with a conventional adjustable loop system to tighten or loosen it. There are two size options for the strap when you order – XS/S and M/XXL. The smaller one covers chests 20-30 inches (58-71 cm) in diameter while the larger one goes from 30-45 inches (67-95 cm).While riding or running or lifting or anything else I can’t even feel it unless I consciously make myself aware of it.The Polar H10 sensor monitor is easily cleaned with a little dish soap and water, and a quick wipe to dry it. The soft strap is also very easy to clean with soap and water, or you can put it in a washer – though I recommend using a small washer bag to keep it from snarling and getting bent around other things, and maybe air-dry it instead of using a dryer Make sure you take the sensor off first of course.The soft strap now comes in not only the standard black but a burgundy with a design on it.The H10 is fully waterproof and can be used underwater for swimming and other things, up to 30 meters deep.And you don’t need your watch or phone with you for swimming or anything else, at least for one session as the internal memory can store one workout. To set this up you use the Polar Beat app so you do have to connect it to your phone first, set it up and then you can use the strap without the phone present or nearby. When you are finished you reconnect and download the sensor data to the Polar Beat app, which can upload it to a few other sites or allow a download.The Polar Beat app also can be used to keep the firmware updated, check battery power, etc. And there are a number of workouts and such that you can use it for. The Polar Beat app can also estimate your Vo2 Max, you find this in the app under Upgrades (not sure why – as it’s a free option) and then under Fitness Test. It estimated mine at 49, somewhat above what other fitness services estimates mine at but very close.Also, the Polar Flow app is another app with training and syncing to other services.And of course any other device you sync it to will have it’s own abilities when connected to the Polar H10.You can even test your HRV (Heart Rate Variability), which is a good test of your health and recovery.You could use this as a 24-hour monitor with the right app, I suppose, but the H10 is really meant for exercise. But if you wanted to test your HR and HRV over an extended period of time you could. I think it would be comfortable sleeping, depending on the person, but it’s not really made for that and it’s possible that the sensor area might dry out over such a long period of inactivity.Lastly, I was going to include some comparison charts between the H10 and other HR monitors that I have but, outside of a few dropouts by optical heart rate sensors because of arm movement – which is to be expected, they all performed within pretty much identically. I had to really go data point by data point comparisons to see much difference.So in conclusion I would very highly recommend the Polar H10 – you are not going to be disappointed in accuracy, comfort, usability, connectivity, and compatibility.

  7. Will

    First off if you have a big chest, be it buffness or fat (looking at you darn boobs), this reader may have trouble reading. The location of this goes under the chest after you moisturize the strap and put it on.After installing the app, I noticed there are times the reader has my pulse extremely high when standing still but when I check in with another reader my pulse was marking at a lower rate. I had to tighten it a bit and press as close to under chest area until it aligned but having to do this each time is tedious. Sometimes I wonder why the pulse couldn’t be read somewhere more convenient and yet I chose this because its easy to hide under clothes.That said, once you have the pulse monitered correctly, it works well! It doesn’t slip out during workouts or bring much discomfort. I make sure I don’t tightened it supertight but enough where the reader won’t skip my pulse.For cleaning, I make sure to wipe it down with sanitary wipes after each finished session and put it in a custom pouch I made. You can’t wash the strap in a washing machine, but after using for too long what I do is wash it gently with warm soap and water then let it air dry. I don’t submerge the strap out of fear for the components but I make sure it’s clean and not smelling full sweat and grime.Overall it’s a decent device but definitely troublesome for big or defined boobers.

  8. Cinthia

    Easy to setup with my Suunto 9 Peak watch. Reliable and accurate readings. It’s the best heart rate monitor that I’ve used.

  9. ana2938

    Convenient and fr spinning

  10. Sonia S.

    Have used several years ago. Purchased this new one. As usual it is a great product and I vouch for it. If you are bigger than medium built it may be tight as only small size is available with Amazon.

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Polar H10 Chest Strap

Polar H10: Reliable, accurate, and versatile heart rate monitor.

Highlights
Accurate heart rate sensor. Multiple connectivity options. Comfortable and waterproof chest strap.
Pros

- Accurate heart rate
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Comfortable fit

Cons

- Pricey
- Requires compatible device
- Battery life (500 hours)

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// DESCRIPTION

The Polar H10 Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap is a high-quality and dependable heart rate sensor that is suitable for both men and women. It is designed to work with a range of sports and smartwatches, fitness apps, and all HRM compatible cardio equipment, making it a versatile option for fitness enthusiasts.

The H10 is renowned for its accuracy and is considered the most precise heart rate sensor in Polar’s history. It provides top-quality heart rate measurement, which is the preferred choice of many professional athletes. This heart rate monitor is ideal for individuals who want to track their heart rate during various activities such as cycling, rowing, running, training indoors, or swimming.

The Polar H10 Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap is made of 38% Polyamide, 29% Polyurethane, 20% Elastane, and 13% Polyester, with silicone prints. It has an operating temperature of -10 °C to +50 °C / 14 °F to 122 °F.

The Polar H10 Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap is a reliable and accurate heart rate sensor that is perfect for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. It offers a variety of connection options, is easy to use, and is comfortable to wear. Whether you’re running, cycling, swimming, or training indoors, the H10 will allow you to track your heart rate and improve your performance.

// MEDIA GALLERY

// FEATURES

  • Works with many sports watches and apps
  • Most accurate heart rate sensor in Polar’s history
  • Multiple connectivity options (Bluetooth, ANT+ and 5kHz)
  • Comfortable and interference-free chest strap
  • Fully waterproof for versatile use
  • Software updates available via Polar Beat app
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • // Q & A

    What are sizes for polar heart rate monitir

    Note that if you are a male and have a muscular chest (in the 40s) skip getting this (m-xxl) since you will have to throw the undersized strap a way anyway. Instead get the separate XXXL replacement strap from the beginning and and the standalone X10 monitor and make your own unit and save a few bucks. https://www.amazon.com/Polar-Chest-Strap-Black-XXX-Large/dp/B06WGMT41P/

    Does the strap provide continuous heart rate monitoring? Can I wear it 24/7?

    The monitor is continuous as long as you're wearing it. You'd need something to log the data - the app is setup for workouts but it might let you have a workout without a time limit. I don't know how comfortable it would be to wear 24/7 - especially when you were sleeping. In truth, a better option would likely be a heart rate enabled fitness monitor like a fit-bit (I've used both a charge 3 and a Alta-HR). I wear it 24/7 and it does exactly that. Good luck.

    To those with experience changing battery, is the flip cap easy to open/close? H7 used a coin slot on soft plastic, so edges rubbed off=hard to open

    I found the H7 to be of the poorest design compared to the ease of changing the battery in the H10. I can’t tell you how many of my clients disliked the H7. I think you will love the ease of the H10 battery replacement.

    What app do u download w the heart monitor?

    Hi Christy, the Polar H10 is compatible with many apps and devices, the two Polar apps you can use are Polar Beat or Polar Flow, both can pair to your H10 Sensor so you can view and record your training sessions.

    Basic compatible watch?

    Any ANT+ or BT compatible watch should work. I use mine with Zwift on Apple TV and Garmin Edge on the road.


    // SPECS

    Item Package Dimensions L x W x H‎4.53 x 3.7 x 1.81 inches
    Package Weight‎0.1 Kilograms
    Item Dimensions LxWxH‎1.3 x 2.6 x 0.4 inches
    Item Weight‎0.13 Pounds
    Brand NamePOLAR
    Warranty Description‎Yes
    Model Name‎H10 ANT+
    ColorBlack
    MaterialPolyester
    Suggested Usersunisex-adult
    ManufacturerPolar
    Part Number92075964
    Model Year‎2019
    StyleH10
    Included Components‎Polar H10, pro strap, getting started guide
    SizeXS-S: 20-26"
    Sport TypeWireless
    Polar H10 Chest Strap
    released on March 12, 2019

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    // POLAR Company Profile

    Polar is best known for creating heart rate monitoring devices. Their wide variety of shapes and sizes makes Polar a top player in Wearable HR Monitoring. Polar played a pioneering role in developing the entire wearable HR monitoring market segment. – View Profile

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