Polar M460 Bike GPS/Computer with Heart Rate Monitor £69.97 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
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Polar M460 Bike GPS/Computer with Heart Rate Monitor £69.97 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

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Found 20th Oct
Seems a great price given that it includes Polar's new H10 HRM which sells at £60.73 alone. Unit originally priced at £200 and only came out earlier this year.

Version with HRM is exclusively for Prime Members, but the none HRM version is the same price and available for all I believe.

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Great deal. Thanks!

Pricing error i think, they have now changed it to tracker alone for £69.97

bluntmachetti18 m ago

Pricing error i think, they have now changed it to tracker alone for £69.97


Still showing as coming with the HRM in the other sellers section from Amazon.

Good deal for the computer and hrm, Hot!

I've joined prime just to get this!

Save even more money by buying a basic cycle computer from Wilkos, Tesco or B&M for about a fiver.

The novelty of monitoring your heartbeat and other data soon wears off and all you'll want to know is current speed, distance travelled and perhaps how long your ride took.

ebble5 m ago

Save even more money by buying a basic cycle computer from Wilkos, Tesco …Save even more money by buying a basic cycle computer from Wilkos, Tesco or B&M for about a fiver.The novelty of monitoring your heartbeat and other data soon wears off and all you'll want to know is current speed, distance travelled and perhaps how long your ride took.


Main reason why people buying this is heart rate monitor, which shows after workout your burned calories and % of fat which is was burned. and + GPS. I don't really care about my speed (;

I've got one of these and it doesn't upload to runkeeper annoyingly.
Comparing this to a wilko cycle computer is a joke, sorry. If you're happy with a cycle computer fine, but fitness trackers are a different beast entirely.

ebble10 m ago

The novelty of monitoring your heartbeat and other data soon wears off



On the contrary, it motivates me to exercise properly. Being in the right zones for the right time isn't novelty, it's essential to maximising your workout.
Worth mentioning that this particular model can be customised to show you which zone you're in and beep if you fall outside of it, that sort of thing. It's actually very cool.

Also it pairs with any bluetooth accessories (I have mine paired with wahoo gear)
Edited by: "moosery2" 20th Oct

moosery28 m ago

I've got one of these and it doesn't upload to runkeeper annoyingly. …I've got one of these and it doesn't upload to runkeeper annoyingly. Comparing this to a wilko cycle computer is a joke, sorry. If you're happy with a cycle computer fine, but fitness trackers are a different beast entirely.On the contrary, it motivates me to exercise properly. Being in the right zones for the right time isn't novelty, it's essential to maximising your workout. Worth mentioning that this particular model can be customised to show you which zone you're in and beep if you fall outside of it, that sort of thing. It's actually very cool.Also it pairs with any bluetooth accessories (I have mine paired with wahoo gear)


moosery28 m ago

I've got one of these and it doesn't upload to runkeeper annoyingly. …I've got one of these and it doesn't upload to runkeeper annoyingly. Comparing this to a wilko cycle computer is a joke, sorry. If you're happy with a cycle computer fine, but fitness trackers are a different beast entirely.On the contrary, it motivates me to exercise properly. Being in the right zones for the right time isn't novelty, it's essential to maximising your workout. Worth mentioning that this particular model can be customised to show you which zone you're in and beep if you fall outside of it, that sort of thing. It's actually very cool.Also it pairs with any bluetooth accessories (I have mine paired with wahoo gear)


If you upload to strava, garmin or endomondo.com, use this site which syncs the data between all the sites including run keeper

tapiriik.com/

Can this be used for running? I guess you could find some hacky way to strap it to your wrist?

rodman22 m ago

same price from currys/ pc …same price from currys/ pc worldhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/polar-m460-bike-computer-rrp-199-6997-currys-pc-world-2815184


Ah! Maybe I should cancel it since I have not used it yet.

rodman25 m ago

same price from currys/ pc …same price from currys/ pc worldhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/polar-m460-bike-computer-rrp-199-6997-currys-pc-world-2815184


Currys deal doesn't include the HRM though does it?

Seen that Currys price and out stock but with HRM this a cracking deal, review... road.cc/con…tor

OoS...!

Has anyone had theirs shipped yet? Mine's still showing as "Dispatching Now" and has been since I ordered on Friday!

Mine has been dispatched, arriving Tuesday.

Mine arrived yesterday

Still says dispatching on mine but they took money this morning so looks like it's coming!
Edited by: "mmk1125" 23rd Oct

Mine's left Italy now...

ebble20th Oct

Save even more money by buying a basic cycle computer from Wilkos, Tesco …Save even more money by buying a basic cycle computer from Wilkos, Tesco or B&M for about a fiver.The novelty of monitoring your heartbeat and other data soon wears off and all you'll want to know is current speed, distance travelled and perhaps how long your ride took.


I'm not sure where you are being serious or not?

"Novelty"? Wow, evidently someone hasn't been keepig up with cycling tech over the past 10 years or so!
Not heard someone say "heartbeat" for a while too...

Also, current speed is probably one of the worst metrics to use!
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