It's a great way to hook up your iPhone with all the run data metrics for a lot cheaper than the cost of a watch with a foot pod.
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Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Polar Bluetooth Stride Sensor is on sale from September 30th through October at the Heart Rate Watch Company for just $59.99, which is 33% off the retail price.
The Polar Bluetooth Stride Sensor [Polar Bluetooth Stride __title__ ] allows you to receive pace, distance and run cadence data directly with any iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad (3rd & 4th generation) and iPad mini (7th generation) with the complimentary Polar Beat app. "This is a fantastic tool for people that run with their iPhones because it adds a lot of data for a low cost," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company.
The stride sensor comes with a small rubber holder that threads right into your shoe laces. "Thanks to Polar's unique Running Index you can see how your running performance changes over time," says Squire.
"You can use the Polar Stride Sensor Bluetooth on a treadmill, on the road or the trail to get all your running data," says Squire. He adds, "Combine it with a Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart chest strap and you have the ultimate running package adding heart rate data and calories to all of the run data."
The Polar Stride Sensor Bluetooth is both shock and water resistant, plus it comes with a user replaceable lithium coin cell battery that lasts for months for low maintenance operation.
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"Heart Rate Watch Company promises you the absolute best price on the Polar Bluetooth Stride Sensor during this sale and will not be undersold," says Squire. He adds, "It's a great way to hook up your iPhone with all the run data metrics for a lot cheaper than the cost of a watch with a foot pod."
Take the mystery out of running performance by receiving all the pace, distance and stride data outdoors or on the treadmill.
"The sale will run through October while supplies last but hurry because there are limits to how many units we can sell at this deep of a discount," says Squire.