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Impact Sports Technologies introduces the world's first armband heart rate monitor and calorimeter, the ePulse2TM. Until now dynamic heart rate monitors required an uncomfortable chest strap and special watch practically restricting their use to serious athletes. ePulse2, the "People's Fitness Monitor," now makes it practical and convenient for anyone who exercises or is interested in tracking calories burned to obtain the benefits of heart rate monitoring while conducting literally any type of activity from running to walking or simply doing daily chores. Since the ePulse2 Armband Heart Rate Monitor does not require an ungainly chest strap and special watch, it can be conveniently used for general fitness, during aerobics, running, tennis/racquetball, golf, resistance training, weight loss monitoring, or even daily activities. Features: Continuous Heart Rate Max / Min / Avg Heart Rate Exercise Calories Burned Calorie Count Down Target Heart Rate Zones Color Day / Night OLED Display Custom Heart Rate Zones Rechargeable Battery Exercise Time Strapless – Armband Only! Stop Watch with Split Times Technology: The ePulse2 brings the benefits of heart rate monitoring to everyone with its ease of use and convenience. This is accomplishment via sophisticated integration of light-sensor and micro-chip technology (similar to that used in hospital heart rate monitors) that allows the ePulse2 to accurately read the pulse from the forearm under exercise and motion conditions. The ePulse2 is lightweight, incorporates a customizable, easily read day/night full color OLED display and is powered by a rechargeable battery. It requires no programming to immediately display heart rate and with a simple input of personal data, it will also calculate calories burned and target exercise zones. ePulse2 works equally well for both men and women. This innovative product addresses the prevailing issue other heart rate monitors struggle to overcome…the wearing of a chest strap! At best, chest straps are an annoyance, and at worst, are so uncomfortable that they alienate many people from utilizing this type of valuable training and fitness tool. In particular, women seem very sensitive to chest straps and many won't use heart rate monitors due to this physical requirement. Now, ePulse2 comfortably conveys heart rate (and other important data) allowing anyone to easily regulate their workout intensity and better attain specific fitness or weight management goals.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 2 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0019ZDIOK
  • Item model number: EP1

Customer Reviews

E-Pulse – a promising device but not there yet!

326 people found this helpful.
 on November 14, 2008
By Philip J. Klotzbach
After reading the mostly positive reviews of the ePulse on Amazon, I decided to purchase the device about one month ago. I work out quite hard and pushed this device to its limits. Here are my general thoughts on the ePulse.

Great Monitor

18 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2009
By L. Harrison
I bought this monitor because it was the only non-chest strap monitor that had good reviews. I was not disappointed.

Decent tool if you use it right

59 people found this helpful.
 on September 20, 2009
By oldtaku
In spite some of the warnings in the reviews here I bought this because I dislike strapping stuff to my oh so manly chest when I’m sweating gloriously while exercising and the hand pulse sensor on my stationary bike is cruddy.

Battery Life Not Long Enough

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 25, 2013
By Linda S. Qualls
The ePulse works just fine. I have (over the past two days) had good luck with finding how many calories I am burning during kettlebell, jogging and turbo-fire.

Works very well, user-friendly- risk of mild discomfort on forearm-

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 12, 2013
By J. Woodward
I purchased the strapless heart rate monitor watch mainly for an experiment I am running. The purpose was since I founded a start-up company to improve bicycle seats comfort and am testing bicyclists on it- I needed an accurate way of keeping all the bicyclists working out the same difficulty. With limited financial considerations, I have to be conservative with money so cost is important. These felt pricey but they do their job well.

Measures heart rate well, but some bad comprimises in design

20 people found this helpful.
 on September 16, 2009
By Andy in Washington
I recently became much more interested in my heart rate during exercise, and decided to make the plunge and buy a heart rate monitor. Several years ago I used one with a chest strap, and wished to avoid a repeat of that experience- so this product attracted me.

Easy to use

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 28, 2010
By Harold K
The Impact Sports ePulse comfortably straps around your forearm instead of the chest. The bright display doesn’t need to be covered to see it like the newer model. Mine shows the heart rate at about 10 BPM more than my motorized inflating arm and wrist pressure heart monitors; but that’s OK.

Still gets my pulse up…

 on June 11, 2010
By jg
The first one I had seemed to be working until some problems with the battery occurred. First time good service, item was replaced. The next one I received measured constantly erratic numbers (confirmed independently by another monitor) – it even measured erratic numbers while not on the wrist and did not recognize that there was no signal. I contacted the company again and they send a new one 9see below). Service is certainly very good.