It pays to shop around for the features you need, and not buy a lot of things you don’t need. Too many extra features may confuse you and discourage you from using your heart rate monitor regularly. That’s bad. It’s better to get something simple that you can commit to using regularly.
Whatever wrist heart rate monitor you choose, use it regularly. It will provide you so with much detailed information about your training; you’ll wonder what you ever did without it, and you’ll never want to be without one again.
I enjoy using my Garmin Vivofit with a heart rate monitor for setting fitness goals and monitoring my heart rate, steps walked and the amount of sleep that I get. For additional info, click the link below.