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10/26/12 7:34 A

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I believe Polar HR monitors are all waterproof. They just say not to press any of the buttons after it is already submerged. I have used mine successfully in the water many times. Two things affect HR while swimming: the cold water will result in a HR lower than expected, as will the fact that you are prone.

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4/15/12 7:10 A

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I don't but Iknow garmin has one, I think it's either the 410 or 510 version



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4/14/12 11:28 P

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Anyone use a HR monitor for their swimming? Suggestions for make and model?

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