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My Polar F6 is not water resistant like it's supposed to be??????

My watch is supposed to be water resistant to 30 meters but I was in the pool yesterday and it filled up with water on the 2nd lap. I got it working again but I would really like to use it in the pool. What should I do?

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Your watch is water resistant...not water proof...which means if you get a little water on it, fine..but certainly not wearing it in the pool!

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