- The Elastic Strap: The strap can
be rinsed in fresh water or washed with a mild soap. Never
scrub, chest strap does wear out and may need to be replaced.
- Transmitter: Never scrub the
rubber electrode surfaces. Carefully dry the transmitter
immediately after each workout or rinsing. To extend its life,
avoid bending the electrodes.
- Watch: If the display contrast
changes and figures become faint, it is time to replace the watch
battery. Consider changing the watch and transmitter batteries
at the same time.
- Storage: Do not expose your heart
rate watch to extreme cold or hot temperatures. For example, do
not leave your heart monitor in a car indirect sunlight or near a
- Batteries and Battery Replacement:
Transmitter: Unscrew the battery cover located on the
back of the transmitter with a screwdriver or similar object.
Remove the old battery. Place the new battery, model CR2032,
into the compartment with the (+) side facing up. Replace the
cover and tighten screws.
Watch: Unscrew the four screws on the stainless steel
back cover. Look closely at the battery housing and remove the
two small screws located at the 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock
positions. Gently remove the battery and replace it with a new
battery the (+) side facing up. Return and tighten the two
battery housing screws. Secure the watch back panel with the
four outside screws. Be careful not to over tighten and strip