Garmin HRM-Tri Heart Rate Monitor

December 28, 2018 - Comment

Enhance your triathlon experience by pairing HRM-Tri with Forerunner 920XT. Stores heart rate data when underwater, then forwards it to the 920XT. Garmin’s smallest and lightest module fits within the width of the strap. Soft, rounded edges and covered seams make the strap super-comfortable out of the water, too. Forerunning, provides feedback on running form

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(as of December 12, 2019 7:22 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Enhance your triathlon experience by pairing HRM-Tri with Forerunner 920XT. Stores heart rate data when underwater, then forwards it to the 920XT. Garmin’s smallest and lightest module fits within the width of the strap. Soft, rounded edges and covered seams make the strap super-comfortable out of the water, too. Forerunning, provides feedback on running form (cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time). Capable of storing up to 20 hours of heart rate data.

Product Features

  • COMPACT AND COMFORTABLE – HRM-Tri is the smallest and lightest heart rate monitor from Garmin. Designed with rounded edges and no exposed seams, the strap remains comfortable during extended hours of training.
  • SWIM HEART RATE1 – Stores up to 20 hours of heart rate data during swims, then forwards it to a compatible device at the end of the session. It also sends real-time heart rate to the watch when the monitor is out of the water
  • RUNNING DYNAMICS2 – Provides feedback on running form by measuring cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time when paired with a compatible device
  • BATTERY LIFE – Lasts for 10 months (assuming 1 hour/day use) with user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
  • Includes – HRM-Tri, manuals. Supports heart rate variability and advanced heart rate features

Comments

Anonymous says:

good device; more comfortable than HRM-Run and stores data when out of range of watch I run 40-50 miles a week plus cycle when weather permits and I use Garmin to track my time, distance, speed, HR, HRV, etc. stats. I feed the Garmin data files into FirstBeat Athlete and use its coaching feature to know when to rest, go light, and go hard. But I also play sports where wearing a big watch isn’t desirable or permitted and this meant I couldn’t collect data for these workouts. I was left trying to estimate key stats and manually putting them in to Garmin Connect and Athlete…

Anonymous says:

A Great Solution For The Elusive Reliable HRM While Swimming Works just as advertised and is a good solution for swimming – until the holy grail of live-while-swimming HRM arrives – especially when paired with a Garmin device (I use 920XT). The shipping documentation (as opposed to the pre-purchase marketing documentation) discourages pool swimming because of the effects of chlorine on the band, but I shower after every swim and I just leave the HRM on and wash it with gentle soap. I have seen no unusual deterioration after a few months of pool swims.

Anonymous says:

Great for other sports It’s advertised for run swim bike, but I was looking for a heart rate monitor I could wear for other contact sports where wearing a watch wasn’t an option. It’s been fantastic for basketball, football and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.Getting a heart rate monitor that actually has onboard storage is important, because the other monitors depend on the connection to either your smart phone or your fitness device, and are useless without those being right next to you. No… you can’t run around…

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