The Peloton Heart Rate Band is a wrist-worn heart rate monitor.
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Peloton's Peloton Bike, Tread treadmill, and home exercise app all have a new heart rate monitor. The Peloton website has the simply titled Heart Rate Band, which sits on the forearm (rather than the chest or wrist) for more precise tracking. It employs optical sensor technology, comparable to the heart rate monitor armbands from Polar, Scosche, and Wahoo. It has a number of LED indicators that display your current heart rate zone, battery life, and if the gadget is linked to the Peloton equipment via Bluetooth.Peloton's Strive Score metric is also supported, which might help you figure out how long you've spent in those tougher heart rate zones.It works with third-party apps through Bluetooth and ANT+, much like other heart rate monitors, so you're not limited to Peloton's hardware. On the battery front, it's a rechargeable unit that can last for up to ten hours on a single charge. It's hardly surprising that the HR armband has arrived. Peloton was said to be working on a new heart rate monitor that will link with Peloton bikes and treadmills back in June 2021.This came on the heels of the announcement that Peloton had bought Atlas Wearables, a well-known firm that had developed multiple iterations of a gym tracking wearable that also included wrist-based heart rate monitoring.The wristbands were also shown in photographs showcasing Peloton's Guide linked strength hardware, which is anticipated to be released in 2021.We know from our experiences with Polar, Scosche, and Wahoo armbands that taking heart rate measurements from the forearm or higher up the arm may produce accurate optical-based readings. While the Peloton Heart Rate Band isn't revolutionary, it will appeal to consumers of the company's products. The Heart Rate Band is available now for Rs. 6,776 on the Peloton website.
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