Question about Polar F6 Wrist Watch
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
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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