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Heart rate strap sagging down


JoeyK
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Hi there guys,

maybe I am disfigured I don't know, but my heart rate strap keeps sagging down when I get out of the sadle when I start climbing.

I did tighten it, but when I start to sweat it sags and I lose my heart rate reading.

Anybody else with the same problem? I did a search and seems like nobody has ever had this problem.

 

Has anybody changed theirs so that you have a strap going over your shoulders keeping it in place?

 

Cheers

Joe

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(This is said tongue in cheek) Not to be vane but I have a v shaped upper body, like Arnie Swazzerneger. Girls just dig me, but not the strap. The bastard doesn't wanna stay put. :D

 

Can't tighten it anymore. Maybe it is to big, but I don't think so.

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Maybe set it up so it naturally rests at the point to which it sags. Otherwise I've heard you can flip it around so the electrodes are on your back.

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Grow some hair to keep it in place. Seriously though, replace the strap and it'll solve your problem. They lose elasticity with time.

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Ok here's another idea. Slick makes clothing that has a polar strap integrated into the clothing. Adidas also makes these, but they are for running.

 

To follow some of the other ideas, try to superglue it to your body.

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I told you chaps.

Get these, your strap won't slip, and you can play with yourself.

 

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Wicked, Dangle!

B)

It's a self portrait, in hindsight I had the ISO setting a bit too high and the shutter speed a tad slow.....................and I could have smiled.

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