Garmin HRM 3 Premium Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap

Priced: $70.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 9 reviews.
Garmin HRM 3 Premium Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap
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Garmin HRM 3 Premium Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap -

With a soft, breathable fabric strap, the Garmin HRM 3 Premium heart rate monitor chest strap delivers reliable heart rate data in chafe-free comfort to your Garmin while you chase your fitness goals.

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Fabric:

  • Strap material insulates the sensor from static electricity to help reduce false heart-rate spikes; improved sensor algorithms also work to reduce false spikes

Features:

  • Compatible with the Dakota 20; Edge 305, 500, 510, 705, 800 and 810; Edge Touring Plus; Forerunner 110, 210, 220, 305, 310XT, 405, 405CX, 410, 610, 620 and 910XT
  • Also works with Dakota 20; eTrex 30FR60 and FR70; Oregon and Colorado series; GPSMAP 62s, 62sc, 62st, 62stc, 78s and 78sc; Rino 650 and 650t; fenix; Montana 600, 650 and 650t
  • ANT+ wireless technology sends a signal to your Garmin wrist-top or handheld GPS (sold separately) without picking up interference from nearby athletes' heart rate monitors
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Activity:Cross-training
Weight:1.8 ounces

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Garmin HRM 3 Premium Heart Rate Monitor Chest Strap Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great improvement over prior versions

I used the first generation strap successfully for 2 months, after which it would not accurately measure my heartate. I tried ba-bump, constantly wetting during a workout, still no luck. So I used a polar strap (with the Garmin attachment), and that worked great. Upon losing that strap, I had to order this one. So far, after about 20 uses, it's working well.
It has a 3rd, new area that they recommend wetting. If you're like me, and using your wet fingers, it's hard to do, as this area is more clothe like, as opposed to rubber like the the 2 other nodes.
It's supposedly machine washable, but I still hand wash it.
Overall, satisfied with this newer strap. I've used it running, and on bike rides. I have yet to wear it in the water and onto a bike ride (triathlon application. As you know, the monitor is not for heart rate use in water, but can be worn in the water for us triathletes.
Nora the Triathlete at REI on 07/07/2013

Works great! I forget it's on!

I am riding about 4 times a week and training in specific heart rate zones to prepare for a century I have coming up and got this strap to use with the Garmin heart monitor I had previously. It is nice because a) you can snap the actual heart monitor part off the strap which saves the battery and allows you to machine wash the strap on delicate, and b) thee fabric is softer and more conforming than the regular one that I believe is the base model and is hard plastic. It just makes it more comfortable. The adjustment on it is a little fiddly but nothing terrible. I slide it up under my sports bra band and don't even notice it. I also find that it is more sensitive than the base model that I had before. I haven't had to wet myself down to get it to work yet. I'll get another strap like this if I wear it out.
rugbymurf at REI on 09/09/2013

good update

I have had a chest strap Hr monitor for a long time and it has been accurate and with the same battery has lasted for years till I dropped it in the parking lot and a car ran over it. The new silver strap version seems to pick up the HR a little more accurately, but I am getting a rash at the site where the antistatic pad is. This may be something that just applies to me. Overall, a great device that is long lasting.
mnmaddog at REI on 10/10/2013

Garmin HRM 3

The Garmin HRM is so far a great addition to my training tools that I use to gage, evaluate and maintain my fitness for Multi Sport Training. The only down side is the price of over $70.00.
kbortels at REI on 05/05/2013

Garmin HRM 3 Premium

Seems to better solve the HR spikes I periodically dealt with in the previous version.
cje1971 at REI on 07/07/2013

Great

much better than the chest strap that came with my garmin unit
sws cyclist at REI on 11/11/2013

Works well

Works well-syncs quickly with Garmin Edge 500.
Andybike at REI on 08/08/2013

Negative Reviews:

Terrible

I have bought this heart rate monitor with a Garmin Edge 510 cycling computer and a cadence/speed sensor. I am very happy with the 510 and the c/s sensor.
The HRM is another story. It worked somewhat okay during the first 10 days. I had to ensure the electrodes and third area on the strap were wet, that the strap was positioned and tensioned just right. Now, after two weeks, it has become completely unreliable. It will either not work at all or give very bad readings.
Considering how expensive this sensor is, it's is an outrage that Garmin would release such a faulty product to the market.
MattEngels at REI on 09/09/2013

Works sometimes

This is the fourth hr strap that I have gotten for my garmin 510. They have all had fairly spotty performance. REI is great in replacing them, but I wished that they just worked. It has been frustrating.
Bjmdmd at REI on 07/07/2013