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Rated 4 out of 5áby lkombat Good Workout Feedback
The Under Armour 39 sensor is a great device to track your overall effort during a workout. It is better than standard heart rate monitors because you can see what you're doing and not having to look at a watch. I use it with the iPhone 5s and it works ok.I've had a problem keeping it synced to the app on the phone, but I haven't figured out if that's operator error or software error. It doesn't save to a computer. Hopefully UA comes out with an app with more options.Great for weight lifting, HIIT, and kettlebell workouts.
March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Tasha This product is GREAT!
I recently purchased the Armour39 module/chest strap and have used it for a couple of weeks. I have used it in a variety of workouts (weight training, walking, running, cycling) and it has worked well. It's nice to have a unit that will work for all of these different workouts, as many of them on the market do not. I did not purchase the wrist unit and use my phone with the free phone app. If they make a change to the app, I would recommend that they have a way to download workouts to a computer. The app will store about 180 days of workouts, so it has plenty of space. But, it would be nice to see some sort of workout comparison. It's not the fault of the unit, just the app feature. Otherwise, the phone app is easy to use and "decipher". I am very pleased with the unit and would recommend it to others. The price is very similar to others on the market, but this unit will do more of what I want, so it's a good value. This unit does not monitor sleep cycles, as some others do. I was not concerned with that and wanted it more for the actual tracking of workouts.
January 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Cass Awesome!
I love this and use it every day! I love that it links to my phone and am able to keep track of my progress
January 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby VAL Awesome features with the iPhone or iPad
You can really see how hard you r pushing yourself each and every workout
January 1, 2014