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Scosche Heart Monitor Rhythm+

This breathable neoprene armband design means greater comfort and ease of use. The Scoshe Rhythm+ has been hailed as the best heart rate monitor available today. This revolutionary exercise and fitness tool accurately monitors heart rate allowing you to maximize your workouts and is compatible with ANT+ and Bluetooth smart devices.

  • Heart Rate Monitor Armband Featuring a Large and Small Black Strap. Bonus Pack Includes One Additional Free Orange Armband.
  • Works with all Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ enabled devices and equipment: watches, fitness equipment, smartphones, and tablets Breathable lightweight Armband – no need for a bulky chest strap.  RHYTHM plus works with most popular health and fitness apps, including: DigiFit Run keeper MapMyFitness Strava and more
  • IP67 waterproof construction, can be submerged up to 1 meter
  • Comfortable, adjustable armband to monitor heart rate
  • Comes in various color options to fit your personal style
  • Rechargeable battery with eight hours of battery life
  • Not Orange Theory Compatible

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Scosche RHYTHM+ Heart Rate Monitor with arm band and charging cradle 

Scosche RHYTHM+ Heart Rate Monitor with arm band and charging cradle. This heart rate monitor is in full working order. Retails for $80, see https://www.scosche.com/rhythm-plus-heart-rate-monitor-armband for details. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS First Class.

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Scosche RHYTHM+ Armband Heart Rate Monitor - Ant Plus - Tested Working

For consideration is a Scosche RHYTHM+ Armband Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor, Ant Plus. Pre-owned. Tested bluetooth connection, pairs to phone. Please see pictures for additional detail. We ship out FAST USPS or FedEx with tracking! We strive for customer satisfaction...

Scosche RHYTHM+ Armband Heart Rate Monitor - Ant Plus - Tested Working

Scosche RHYTHM+ Armband Heart Rate Monitor comes with USB Attachment Cable, and Wall Charger Adapter. Tested and working. I downloaded the Scosche app, synced it to my phone, and it showed my heart rate.

Scosche Rhythm24 - Waterproof Armband Heart Rate Monitor Black

Train Smart, Get Fit. ™ The nucleus of our health and fitness is the heart. Being able to accurately monitor, measure, record and transmit heart rate data over an extended period of time is essential to maximizing one’s workout - whether it be running, cycling,...

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11 Reviews for Scosche Rhythm+

  1. Adrienne F

    Pros: * It was recognized by a lot of devices: iPhone6 (via bluetooth, works with Wahoo Fitness, MapMyRide, Strava…),  Garmin Forerunner 910XT Tri Bundle Black, One Size  (via ANT+). * It came with FOUR bands, one short and one long black and one short and one long blue (I bought it blue). The bands can be adjusted by Velcro. * I did a 10K run and it did not move and it was very comfortable. * It is pretty light (22 g). * I compared the readings against a Garmin chest strap, a stethoscope and an Omron blood pressure monitor. The readings were pretty similar. * It is easy to turn on/off (gotta read the manual !). * The band is elastic.Cons: * It is water RESISTANT (NOT water proof) (1 meter/30 min), so I would not swim/dive with this thing on. * The band does not dry very fast.Other Thoughts: * It uses very bright green LEDs, which bombard your skin using a very high rate, so I am not sure if long exposure to this will cause skin problems. I hope this was tested for several months/years. * It is rechargeable, let’s see how long the charge will last and if the battery can be replaced.Update: * I have used it a couple of times now. The band is still an issue, despite of being comfortable, it gets soaked with sweat and becomes annoying. Also, it takes forever to dry when you wash it.Update: I am now removing two stars. I have been using it a lot and here are the problems: – Usually when I run more than 4 miles and it is warm the wrist band accumulates enough sweat that make it loose and it starts to slide down in my arm. Very annoying! – To put this thing on while wearing long sleeves is a bit challenging. – Lately it is giving me much higher heart ratings, I am not sure if it is because of the mix sun scream/sweat, the battery or a mix of all. The fact is, it is not as reliable as before. You might think that my heart rate is really higher, however how do you explain to switch from one arm to the other and have a huge difference (like 40 beats less)? – Every now and then it turns itself off (during a competition/training) and when I turn it back on the readings are completely off.I try to charge it after two usages, max, so it should have plenty of charge.Update (04/May/2016): I guess I finally figured out why it was not giving me the right heart rate, one of the green LEDs is not working anymore. It lasted less than 6 months. There goes another star…Update (14/May/2016): It turns out that Scosche has lifetime warranty (first owner), so I paid around US$ 7.00 to send the unit back for repair and I got it back today. Despite of not getting any updates during this time, I got a functional unit back (I am not sure if it is new or not). I will put one star back for the lifetime warranty! Hopefully this one will last more than 6 months.Update (10/Sep/2018): Since 26/Jun/2017, when I got a Garmin Forerunner 935, I have been using this heart monitor exclusively for bicycle rides. I like to use the Wahoo App on my iPhone to monitor cadence/speed/time and heart rate and the Garmin chest strap will not connect to the iPhone, so I have to use this one. Ever since they replaced this unit (back in 14/May/2016) I have not had any problem, so I am putting back one star. I also was able to connect it to the Garmin Forerunner 935.

  2. Liz Zélandais

    I had to debate between 4 and 5 stars. I would give this 4-1/2 if I could.Pros:1) Because of the RHYTHM’s ANT+ and Bluetooth capabilities, it pairs with pretty much everything, which is rare in HRM receivers. I have tried it with my Garmin 920XT device, as well as with the Moov and MapMyFitness apps, and ZAP! It’s paired. Done! Easy.2) It provides a dependable heart rate number. Maybe that’s a “well, DUH”, but if you’ve used Garmin products (or a few others that routinely get dicey), you know what it’s like to wonder if you need to replace your HRM or get to a cardiologist.3) It’s comfortable to wear–I don’t even notice it when I’m working out. If you’re female and tired of a chest band fighting with your sports bra, this is a blessed relief.4) It recharges (rather than having a battery that requires tiny screwdrivers and a great deal of patience to periodically replace), and does so easily and efficiently. It comes with a charging cradle.5) It has a button so you can turn it off and on. Some might consider this an irritation that doesn’t belong in the “pro” column, but I like knowing when it’s on (it has an LED that flashes–good for knowing it’s ready to pair) and being able to preserve the charge if I want to.CONS:1) This is my bad, so really shouldn’t be counted against the RHYTHM, but I’ll mention it anyway: It looks ilke a watch. I want it to give me a read-out like a watch on its face. When my Garmin was out for repair and I was pairing this with apps on my iPhone, it kind of drove me nuts. (But still grateful to have a dependable HR read-out even though I had to look at my phone.) So reminder to self, this picks up the HR just like a chest band. It’s not a watch. And its so much better than a chest band in so many ways. I apologize–it’s probably some unreasonable demand from my reptilian ganglion.2) The band is a little clunky and does become a sweat magnet as other reviewers have mentioned. I don’t mind it, but not a plus–and I haven’t run with it in summer heat, at which point I will probably start minding it more.3) Wild price fluctuations. When I purchased this less than two weeks ago, it was $59.95. As of this writing it’s $79.95. I love capitalism as much as the next person, but price gouging, not so much.

  3. jsatch858

    Good HR monitor. Kind of expensive as that’s all it does, considering some of the more advanced features of dedicated chest straps. However, it is far more comfortable than a chest strap, to the point of forgetting it’s on, especially when worn on the inside of your arm under your sleeve. But for a one trick pony, which again it does very well and comfortably, it seems overpriced. Replacement straps seem a tad pricy as well, for what they are. In short, if you hate chest straps and wrist HR monitors don’t work well for you, this could be the ticket.

  4. ooloiseloo

    Awesome HR monitor, charging station is simple, it pairs with many apps, is pretty accurate when comparing to monitor on exercise bike. Comfortable to wear, too but can get in the way a bit during yoga poses on your forearms. No reason to stop using it though! Love it.

  5. Julian

    Fairly reliable and accurate optical HR sensor, slightly positional, suitable for forearm or upper arm, much better than a wrist based HR sensor (eg. smart watch or sports watch), and in some ways more reliable than a chest strap HRM – different, and maybe better for some people.

  6. Zach

    Excellent heart rate monitor for exercise! The forearm monitor is easier to use than a chest monitor.

  7. creativeyellow

    I purchased this heart rate monitor after reading several reviews online. It works really well and was easy to pair to my device. I especially love that I can position it further up my arm instead of traditional heart rate monitors that go around your chest. The seller of this product shipped this product to me pretty quickly. I would recommend both the product and the seller!

  8. Gabrielle Soojian

    This works much better than a chest strap heart rate monitor. No need to get it wet and no need to wear it over my chest, which I always hated. Unlike a chest strap, this monitor ALWAYS pairs with my Peloton bike.

  9. Steve L

    I have an Apple Watch 4 and it tracks cardio workouts quite well, but has problems with weight lifting routines due to the ups and downs of the heart rate I imagine. I read a LOT of great reviews for this product and was excited to get something that would supplement my AW4 for workout routines. Take a look at the attached image. I used the Scosche for the first part of the workout and then gave up and went back to the AW4. You can see the incredibly wild swings with the Scosche. It routinely went from over 100bpm to the low 50s. I don’t hit low 50s when I’m in REM sleep – never mind during a workout. Sadly this is going back and I’m now convinced the only way to get an accurate HR reading during weight training is to use a chest strap (which sucks). I DO NOT recommend this product to anyone – period…

  10. RexAudio

    Couldn’t get it to work with any accuracy or regularity, very frustrating. I will return it.

  11. amitkarir

    The best heart rate sensor in terms of accuracy. I wish this model had cadence as well for riders but that was added later in rhythm24.Overall, this is still my go to monitor for pairing with my Apple Watch

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