Women's Heart Rate Monitor Watch

Polar FT7 Women’s Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Spring 2010) Review

Polar FT7 Women's Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Spring 2010)Polar FT7 Women’s Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Spring 2010) features Energy Pointer. It displays the calories you burned while having your workout. This watch comes with a coded heart transmission that avoids crosstalk.

This heart monitoring watch also features Polar OwnCal, Polar OwnCode and a display text available for 8 languages.
This monitor watch has a pause button located at the left side which makes it difficult to be accidentally hit during workout.

When it’s time for you to stop your training session, you just press and hold the pause button and the summary of your workout is stored in the watch.

If you really want to follow your workout by numbers, you can also try Polar’s FlowLink which lets you easily import your workout data to your computer through a USB port.


Energy Pointer: This heart rate monitor watch shows you if the main effect of your training or exercise is fat burning or fitness improvement.

Polar OwnCal: This heart rate monitor displays the amount of energy expenditure in one session of exercise. It also shows the kilocalories that you accumulated in several sessions of exercise. It allows you to get daily or weekly exercise programs considering calorie expenditure.

Due to Polar OwnCal’s feature of tracking both the accumulated kilocalories and energy expenditure, it allows you to achieve short-term goal as well as long-term goal.

Polar OwnCode: This monitor ensures a transmission which is free from disturbance on your own heart rate data through Polar OwnCode technology that blocks unwanted signals from the other heart rate monitors.

HeartTouch: This heart monitor watch has a button-free operation.

Coded Transmission: This feature is a transmitter-inclusion made in soft fabric material that eliminates interference from other heart rate monitoring devices.

The electrodes of the transmitter are integrated into the strap for comfort and flexibility in use. These electrodes are responsible for picking up heart signal.

Other features

  • EnergyPointer tells you if the main effect of your training is fitness improvement or fat burning
  • Displays calories burned
  • Comfortable textile transmitter and coded heart rate transmission to avoid cross-talk
  • Polar OwnCal – calorie expenditure
  • Polar OwnCode (5kHz)
  • Manual target zone – bpm (upper limit)
  • Data transfer: Compatible with polarpersonaltrainer.com
  • HeartTouch – button-free operation of wrist unit
  • Backlight Date and weekday indicator

This Heart Rate Monitor watch is not a medical device so it is not intended for use in any medical or for monitoring application on patient. Consulting a physician before engaging in any physical activity is recommended.

Below are the comments of the Polar FT7 Watch as experienced by its users.

Users’ Positive Comments

  • This is by far the easiest watch to set up and use.
  • It accurately tracks details on multiple workout sessions.
  • It has a newly-designed chest strap that is very comfortable to use.
  • I haven’t experienced any signal dropouts even when I’m bending over.
  • It allows me to see heart rates in a large font that I just have to quickly glance at the monitor to see my progress while exercising.

Find out more comments and details of the Polar FT7 Women’s Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Spring 2010) here.

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