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Invicta 9309 , i ran a hammerdrill, noe it only has a heart beat, half a sec ,clicks back


Despite the incident with the hammer drill, it sounds like a flat battery.
Or maybe, the vibration has caused a bad connection with the battery.

Jun 26, 2013 | Watches

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Two problems with my Polar F6: 1. There is some fade on in the bottom right of my watch. That occured before my battery was replaced. 2. After my battery was replaced the heart rate has been off by 30-60...


Yes, it is a problem with the installation of the battery. If you did not send the watch into an authorized service center then you should do so this time. It is very easy to damage the circuit boards in the watch if not done properly, plus there is a service warranty when going through the service centers. The fade was most likely from the battery dying, but could also have been from a degraded seal and moisture issues.

Link to Authorized Service Center -

I also have "how to" function related info in my tips and tricks page.

Mar 20, 2011 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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The battery was flat. renewed it and all working EXCEPT it no longer can pick up heart rate from monitor (tried it with another monitor and still will not pick up heart beat) Help Please...about...


i guess stopped of use your strap for a long period of time. so you need to nicely clean the strap and try a lot of times until it work again.
I happend to me before and the strap worked only after the 10th session on the treadmill

Feb 11, 2011 | Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor (Purple)...

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I changed the battery in the f6 . I had erratic readings. Now watch seems fine but it wont read heart rate,,,,I get no heart beat at all .


Check out my tips and tricks section for a guide on troubleshooting heart rate readings.

One other possibility if you changed the battery yourself (never recommended) is that some damage or moisture has gotten into your watch and made it impossible for the watch to read heart rate. This is a more common reason than you think and why all manufactures of Heart Rate monitors and other types of watches have you send them in to their authorized service centers.

Dec 08, 2010 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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The watch monitors heart beat for about 2 minutes then it goes back to time


This is an old post - is it still a problem? If so, what is the model number of the watch?

Dec 04, 2009 | Polar F1 Heart Rate Monitor Watch HRM. F1

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Watch goes slow when wearing it but keeps time when not wearing it Because I started having a problem with an old reliable Acqua quartz analog watch running slow,  I replaced it with a new Timex quartz...


There is nothing wrong with your watch. Probably it's the one measuring heart rate and pulse (heart beats per second).
Use your users manual to set the watch.
By the way: Timex is one of the worst watch producers.

Jan 07, 2009 | Watches

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Timex M515 Heartb Rate Monitor in correct readings


I´m experienced the same problem of incorrect readings after a long time without use. I cleaned the rubber parts of the chest strap with soap and water, than I use some silicone grease or other silicon liquid to keep the rubber hydrated. Make a careful cleaning in the contact area between the rubber and the plastic parts, the fissure in these area use to be full of "sweat dust".

Jan 03, 2009 | Timex Digital 30 Lap Heart Rate Monitor...

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Polar F6


Hello,

It sounds like most of you have the heart rate set to display in % of max heart rate. Most Polar products have the option of heart rate in BPM(beats per minute) or percentage of max.

If you look at the display during the exercise, you will see a % icon. You can turn it off in by hitting the back button and go down to HR view settings.

Hope this helps.

Chris @ Polar USA

Aug 02, 2008 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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Polar f11


no it shouldnt be cause the heart rate would be based off your pulse

im not a heart specialist but ive had my share of heart polups and a faulty valve in my heart
i was told by my doctor that the heart rate is monitored by bloodpreasure threw the veins pulse so i dont think that the size of the watch would make a difference this is in my opinion based off my own docs words hes the doc what can i say

but recommend that you speak with your doctor about heart monitor watches they know more indepth about these devices or your local pharmacy

i hope this helped you out

Jun 05, 2008 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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