Zoom HRV Heart Rate Monitor
Need a new hear rate monitor? Check out this one by Zoom HRV. (POST A COMMENT BELOW AND YOU WILL BE ENTERED TO WIN A FREE ZOOM HRV MONITOR AND ACCESSORY STRAP)
Zoom HRV™ is simply the most comprehensive heart rate training wearable device ever created. It represents a quantum leap in performance capability over similar devices. Most wearables boasting heart rate detection struggle to match the reliability of the most basic chest-belts. Zoom HRV delivers a next-generation suite of biometric heart rate insights that will revolutionize how you train, how you recover, and, most importantly, how you reach new personal bests.
Zoom HRV continuously measures heart rate intensity on land and even under water. Its sensors also detect heart rate variability (HRV) to measure recovery level before and after workouts, and even while you sleep. Physicians and trainers have relied on HRV for decades because it is one of the most important indicators of personal fitness.
Zoom HRV can be worn on your upper arm, lower arm, wrist or ankle. It is water resistant to 50 meters and provides streaming biofeedback on a single charge for five days. Now, just one wearable device can:
continuously measure heart rate monitor all physical movements auto-detect sleep and manage ambient blue light exposure calculate calories burned based on heart rate intensity count laps in the pool, steps on a trail or RPMs on a bike.
Sports Illustrated tested it and you can read their review here.
I’ve been thinking about getting a heart rate monitor – this looks like a good one. Thanks for sharing.
I have used my chest strap HEM with my Garmin for running. It is so uncomfortable to wear and slips even under my sports bra. However, I do feel it is accurate. I have been wanting to try another device with a wrist strap that is accurate. Maybe this is my answer? Thanks for posting!
That’s very cool!
I wonder will is pair with an existing GPS watch and offer an option for people who prefer not to wear a chest strap?
I’d be willing to give feedback on pairing with my Polar V800 if I was lucky to win the draw 🙂
Thanks for the great info on what I’ve read is a good alternative to chest straps for accurate HRV readings! The ability to use the Zoom on the arm or ankle, as well as the wrist, is a real advantage.
Thanks for the information on the ZoomHRV. Is there a possibility that you could review it against the Whoop Strap 2.0. I haven’t seen anyone try to compare these 2 HRV systems against each other.
Any further thoughts on the accuracy of the Zoom? Was there a winner of the contest?