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Polar CS-Seres Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors

 

The new Polar CS series cycling computers combine all the features of a top of the line heart rate monitor with the most important cycling features. There is a Polar CS cycling computer available no matter what level cyclist you are -- from amateur to pro!

Polar CS100 & CS100B Polar CS100 & CS100B
Wireless Polar CS Speed Sensor, Innovative Estimated Time of Arrival feature, with Speed Pointer, OwnCal, OwnZone, OwnCode and more. With speed sensor and bike mount. CS100 version also includes a T-31 coded transmitter.
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from $79.95
Polar CS200 & CS200CADPolar CS200 & CS200CAD
The Polar CS200 and CS200-CAD cycling computer / heart rate monitor features double wireless speed AND cadence - not to mention a built in heart rate monitor. Comes with CS speed sensor, bike mount and Wearlink coded transmitter. CAD version also comes with CS cadence sensor
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from $149.95
Polar CS300 Polar CS300
Tracks cycling calories burned both per hour and per km, calculates estimated time of arrival, Cycle features: trip, distance, cadence-based target zones, distance-based interval and recovery measurement, and wheel size settings for two bikes.
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$199.95
Polar CS400 Polar CS400
Track your ride with wireless sensors, prepare your detailed training program with the Polar ProTrainer 5™ software and use the Incline measurement to adjust your cycling effort accordingly. With Wireless Polar CS Speed Sensor, Cycling Intensity, Estimated Time of Arrival and more.
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$319.95
Polar CS600 & CS600-POWERPolar CS600 & CS600-POWER
The Polar CS600 and Polar CS600-POWER cycling computer / heart rate monitor is for both the professional cyclist and for the cyclist who wants to ride with the best.  The Polar CS600 with the updated Power Output Sensor™ W.I.N.D is the market’s most complete cycling system to plan, monitor and analyze your training. Available with power output sensor
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from $399.95
 

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