What battery does the polar FT7 take?
FT7 uses battery type CR1632. See the video for instructions. Polar Service Centers will help you with any questions.
How do I change the time on my polar ft7?
Select Settings > Watch, time and date .
- Alarm: Set alarm Off or On.
- Time: Select Time 1 and set the time format, hours and minutes.
- Time zone: Select time zone 1 or 2.
- Date: Set the date.
- Watch face: Select Time only, Time and logo or Birthday logo (Selectable only on birthday).
Is Polar ANT+ compatible?
Polar H10 is compatible with top fitness apps, sports and smart watches, gym equipment and many other Bluetooth and ANT+ devices. Polar H10 can be connected to Bluetooth and ANT+ devices simultaneously.
How do I change the battery in my polar FT7?
- Lever the battery cover open by using the clip on the strap.
- Remove the old battery from the battery cover.
- Insert the new battery inside the cover with the negative (-) side outwards.
- Align the ledge on the battery cover with the slot on the connector and press the battery cover back into place.
How do I turn on my polar FT7 watch?
Start With Basic Settings To activate your Polar FT7 training computer, press and hold any button for one second. Once the FT7 is activated, it cannot be switched off.
What is a polar fitness watch?
The Polar V800 is a fitness watch that’s perfect for runners and cyclists, but also offers training target support for less popular activities like kitesurfing , sailing, dancing, and disc golf. You can expect 14 hour rechargeable battery life in training mode, or up to 50 ours in GPS low power mode.
What is the polar watch?
When selecting a Polar watch, things to look for are a chest strap that fits correctly, a watch size that is gender appropriate, an easy-to-read display with large, easily accessible buttons, and a battery that is user-replaceable.
What is a heart rate monitor?
A heart rate monitor (HRM) is a device you wear to measure and display your heart rate continuously. Electrode sensors in a chest strap detect each heartbeat and transmit the data to a receiver display such as a watch, fitness wearable, or phone app. The data is displayed as the number of beats per minute.