Swim and track your heart rate with FORM and POLAR technology glasses

Swim Goggles with POLAR OH1 or OH1 + technology will come on the market in November this year.

The leading technology corporation in the field of manufacturing swimming goggles, FORM, continues to deploy a cooperation relationship with health monitoring brand from Finland, POLAR.

Specifically, since November, FORM Swim Goggles with the famous augmented-reality technology will integrate with POLAR OH1 and OH1 + heart rate monitors via 1 Free software created by FORM.

Under the commitment of these two leading technology corporations in the world, this is a “masterpiece” that reaches the perfect level of accuracy and efficiency, bringing an extremely new experience to the fishermen.

Using the FORM Swim Goggles with POLAR OH1 or OH1 + technology, swimmers can track their heart rate right on the “green track”, assess the level of effort in each specific point of time that no other technology device has been able to do before.

The POLAR OH1 / OH1 + device will be mounted on the FORM Swim Goggles (user temple), using 6 optical LED sensors and proprietary algorithms to monitor and analyze heart rate. After that, the parameters analyzed by OH1 / OH1 + will be transmitted to FORM Swim Goggles, helping users to know their own heart rate.

The POLAR OH1 / OH1 + device uses 6 optical LED sensors and proprietary algorithms to monitor and analyze heart rate.

After the swimmer completes each swim, parameters such as the number of hand fans, the time to complete a lap, the swimming speed after every 100m, the calories consumed at each viewpoint will be synchronized into the FORM application.

Swim App on Android and iPhone operating systems. This will help the coaches and the athletes themselves can adjust the method, lesson plan and play effectively.

In addition to the cooperation between FORM and POLAR, 2019 also saw the introduction of quite a lot of technological equipment for swimmers, including the FORM HUD goggles, Roka’s swim / running goggles. or the heart rate monitor on Instabeat’s swim goggles.