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    Oregon Scientific SE102 Heart Rate Monitor Watch with Vibration Alert and Tap-On Lens

    Oregon Scientific SE102 Heart Rate Monitor Watch with Vibration Alert and Tap-On Lens. Quickly and easily change and view your workout data simply by tapping the lens.

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    Unique patent pending. Tap-On lens technology holds your display for ten seconds. Vibration alert for heart rate zone during training. Displays current, average, and percentage heart rate readings

    Measures calories burned Calculates fitness index and minimum/maximum heart rate when you enter exercise data into the watch Stopwatch (99h:50m:50s) with count-up timer Clock, calendar, and alarm Backlight Water resistant up to 50m (163 ft.)

    Includes Splash Proof chest belt  and batteries (note fascia colour may vary from picture shown – but main body of watch is black/grey)

    Via: Gadgets Quick

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