It has never been easier to keep track of your workouts with the new line of PulseWare electronic fitness products by Highgear. Four watches that make up the 2005 PulseWare line each have a unique set of features for various uses and activity levels, outputting beats per minute through finger touch and/or chest strap monitors while offering quick access to time, chronograph and calorie functions.
For more casual fitness activities like walking or light jogging, three of the four PulseWare watches incorporate advanced sensor technology that monitors ECG-accurate heart rate without a chest strap. These watches output personal data at the touch of two fingers and are designed specifically for receiving on-demand information at any given time without the inconvenience of having to use a chest strap.
In addition to measuring heart rate and programming personal heart rate zones, PulseWare also keeps track of calories burned to assist with weight control. Its these two functions-heart rate and calorie tracking-that empower PulseWare users with the ability to get the most out of individual exercise, nutrition, and weight management programs and ultimately get and stay in shape.
All PulseWare watches feature INZONE displays-a quick-glance color graph that visually tracks your workout level. Customizable heart-rate zone alarms monitor your cardio level to alert you to slow down or to pick up the pace.
The smallest watch in the PulseWare line, the Mini is designed to comfortably fit smaller wrists. It features finger pulse sensor technology without a chest strap and tracks calories burned during exercise. Its the ideal watch for general fitness. MSRP: $85
Also for smaller wrists, the Solo uses chest transmitter technology and records percentage of maximum heart rate and high/low heart rate ranges. This watch is for more strenuous endurance activities such as running and cycling. MSRP: $100
A slightly larger module than the Mini and Solo, the Max has an easy-to-read display face with oversized digits. It features finger pulse sensor technology without a chest strap and tracks calories burned during exercise. MSRP: $85
Same size as the Max, the Duo is the deluxe model in the PulseWare line designed with both finger pulse sensor technology for everyday fitness monitoring and chest transmitter technology for strenuous endurable exercise. It records percentage of maximum heart rate and high/low heart rate ranges. MSRP: $125