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SIGMA SPORT

SIGMA SPORT ID.Run HR Heart Rate Monitor black (2020)

ID: 633325
£87.99
£74.99
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Product Description

If you run regularly and put your heart and soul into it, then the iD.RUN HR is an essential for your running. It has all the relevant running functions, GPS and measures your heart rate comfortably on your wrist. You can then use the SIGMA LINK app to evaluate the training data in detail via the DATA CENTER. In addition, the iD.RUN HR provides an integrated activity tracker that motivates you to get the most out of your day.

Wrist-based heart rate
The heart rate measurement on the wrist is performed by means of an optical sensor, which makes a chest strap obsolete. During a training session, your heart rate is recorded continuously. Even in everyday life, if the activity tracking is activated, there is the option of quick measurement within the start screen. The heart rate is then displayed for 5 minutes on the display below the time.

Easy to use
The operation of the iD.RUN HR is very simple and intuitive. Each of the four buttons is assigned a clear function. Good readability makes it easy to know the most important training parameters and large icons help navigate the menu.

Heart rate functions
During your training you will be shown the current heart rate by default. You can also display other values such as the maximum and average heart rate as well as individually defined target and intensity zones during the training session. In the start screen, a short-term measurement of the heart rate can also be started without having to start a training unit.

Activity Tracker
The Activity Tracker is permanently visible in the lower part of the start screen. If the Activity Tracker has been disabled, this section will remain free. Use the + and - buttons (left and right) to scroll through the values of the Activity Tracker. These include steps, calories, daily distance, the daily goal, the current heart rate and the activity indicator.

Multifaceted training analysis
The iD.RUN HR offers a varied training evaluation. You can get first insights into the individual training units and the monthly training statistics in the clock display itself. For a more detailed analysis, the data can be read out via NFC with an Android smart phone and stored in the SIGMA LINK app. If you connect the operating system via USB cable to the DATA CENTER on your PC, the training data can be evaluated in even greater detail.

Personal Best
As soon as you set up a new training record, the personal best time is displayed. The fastest 1 km / 5 km / 10 km, the longest distance, the longest training time and the most consumed calories are saved. In the menu, you can view your personal best performance with the associated date.

Track recording
The GPS position is constantly saved and used to determine the current speed and distance. You can view the track in detail in the SIGMA LINK app or the DATA CENTER.

Lap functions
A short tap on the clock display (tap screen), or a button press will set you on a lap. Alternatively, there is the possibility to set automated laps (e.g., 1 km, 10 min, etc.). A maximum of 99 laps are possible.

When you stop a lap, a brief overview of the lap time as well as the distance is displayed. You can view various parameters for the current lap during the training session and look more closely at the clock display after the training. A detailed evaluation is possible via SIGMA LINK and the DATA CENTER.

Statistics
The sum of the training units, training time, distance and calories are shown on a monthly basis for the last 12 months on the clock display.

Automatic start/stop
The iD.RUN HR has an automatic start/stop function for an even more precise recording of the training time. For example, at a traffic light, the recording need not be paused manually. The clock detects the pause, and stops and starts recording automatically.

Three sport profiles (Running, Cycling, Other)
Using the sport profiles, presets can be defined for the respective sports. These can apply to the sensors (for example, GPS) used, but also the display impressions in the training, which can be individually configured.

8 languages
There are eight different languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Polish and Czech

Details

  • DeepL access to the current heart rate
  • Average and maximum heart rate per lap
  • Time in zone
  • Target zone with zone indicator
  • high quality processed with silicone bracelet and mineral glass
  • Data transfer via USB or NFC
  • Analysis of data in the Sigma Link app or in the data center
  • Updateable via Sigma Data Center
  • Key lock
  • Waterproof: IPX7
Specifications
Intended use
Watch, Pulse, Activity Tracker
Power Source
Battery pack  
Junction
Digital, Coded
Functions
Speed Sensor Function: Average speed, Actual speed, Max speed
Time Function: Time, Stop watch, Date, Training memory, Alarm
Heart Rate Frequency Function: Heart rate, Max heart rate, Average heart rate, Heart rate as % of your max
Wheel Functions (optional): Speed sensor, Kilometres
Trainings Function: All relevant running functions
Running Function: Speed, Cadence, Tripmeter
Function
GPS functions, Odometer, Battery level indicator, Alarm, Start/Stop function, Lighting function
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: Sigma Sport ID.Run HR Heart Rate Monitor  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2020
Product number
633325
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