Full AW - Watch and Heart Rate Monitor - IB - V7 - 27-02-13

Full AW - Watch and Heart Rate Monitor - IB - V7 - 27-02-13
User Manual
Model LWH2
Introduction 2
Parts 3
Features 4
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor 5-16
Target Heart Rate 16-17
Battery Information 18
Specifications 19
Troubleshooting 20-21
Diet and Lifestyle Information 22-33
Maintenance and Caution 34
Storage 34
Disposal 35
Customer Feedback 36
Warranty 36
Explanation of Symbols on the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor 37
Introduction
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When you start to exercise, your heart rate increases in proportion to the intensity of the
exercise. The Lloydspharmacy Watch and Heart Rate Monitor allows you to measure your SET
heart rate whilst exercising so that you can alter the intensity of your exercise to ensure a
safe and efficient workout.
If you have not exercised for a while, we recommend that you start gently and gradually
build up to moderate activity. If you have any health problems, you should speak to your
doctor before starting an exercise programme. Transmitter belt
Before using the Lloydspharmacy Watch and Heart Rate Monitor, please read the < >
instructions included in this user manual. (© —— > _——— 9)
Features
* Large LCD display
* Water resistant
* Daily alarm
* Clock (12/24 hour)
* Calendar
* Stopwatch
* Fat burnt counter (grams)
* Calorie counter
* Countdown
* Backlight display
* Maximum heart rate alarm
* Heart rate measurement
* Easy usage by direct key operation
* All heart rate information in one display
* Wireless data transmission from belt to watch
Clock
Heart rate (HRM)
- Memory (MEM)
- Fitness level (FIT.LV)
- Zone
- Calorie (CAL)
- Fat burn (FAT)
- Exercise timer (E.TMR)
Stopwatch (STW)
Down timer (D.TMR)
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Preparation before using the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
The Watch and Heart Rate Monitor requires 1 x CR2025 battery (included) in the watch
and 1 x CR2032 battery (included) in the transmitter belt.
To insert/replace the battery in the watch, you should remove the battery
cover with a screwdriver. Insert/replace the batteries into the battery
compartment, observing correct polarity. Replace battery cover securely.
To insert/replace the battery in the transmitter belt, you should
remove the battery cover from the reverse of the belt.
Insert/replace the batteries into the battery compartment,
observing correct polarity. Replace battery cover securely.
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Before using the Lloydspharmacy Watch and Heart Rate Monitor please remove the To turn the watch on press any button to activate then follow the
peel-off label. steps below to store your information.
1. Put watch on your wrist — | NOTE: To reset the watch or turn it off press and hold the set and
/ select buttons [SEL] [SET].
2. Whilst wearing the watch put the transmitter <—
belt on. Adjust the elastic belt so that it fits
tightly around your chest just below the pectoral
muscles. Moisten the transmitter’s conductive pads
with cool water in order to ensure good contact with
the skin at all times.
3. Setting the date of birth
To set the year of birth press the select button [SEL] until the display
shows the correct year, to set the year press the set button [SET].
(The years range from 1900 to 2004 but the default year is 1950)
To set the month of birth press the select button [SEL] until the
\ display shows the correct month, to set the month press the set
button [SET].
conductive pads conductive pads To set the date of birth press the select button [SEL] until the display
shows the correct date, to set the date press the set button [SET].
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
4. Setting your weight
To set either KG or LB press the select button [SEL]
until the display shows the correct unit of weight,
to set the KG/LB press the set button [SET].
To set your weight press the select button [SEL]
until the display shows the correct unit, to set this
weight press the set button [SET].
5. Setting your training zone
To set your low and high zone - use the table
provided on page 17. For example for a 35 year old
using the ‘Fitness’ regime, you would set your low
zone at 120 and your high zone at 148. For a 20 year
old using the ‘Performance’ regime you would set SET
your low zone at 120 and your high zone at 148.
To set your training zone press the select button [SEL] until the display shows the correct
unit, to set this zone press the set button [SET]. Repeat the above for both low zone and
high zone.
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
6. Setting the clock
Press and hold the set button [SET] the display will ask for the hour
setting.
To set either 24hr or 12hr press the select button [SEL] until the display seT
shows the chosen method, to set press the set button [SET].
Repeat the above for the hour, minute, year, month and date.
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
7. Setting the alarm
To set the alarm from the clock screen, press the
select button [SEL] then press and hold the set
button [SET] until the hour flashes. Press the
select button [SEL] until the display shows the
desired hour, to set the hour press the set button
[SET]. Repeat the above to select the minutes.
Once you have set the alarm time press the mode button [MODE] to
return to the clock screen.
To turn the alarm on/off press the select button [SEL] then press the
set button [SET], you will see ®, appear on the left hand side of the
screen when the alarm is on. To return to the clock screen press the
select button [SEL].
To stop the alarm, press any button or wait one minute for it to automatically stop.
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Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Current heart rate
From the clock screen press the mode button [MODE] to change to the
heart rate monitor screen. Your current heart rate is displayed on the
top right of the screen.
If there is a signal being received from the transmitter belt the @ will flash in the top left
hand corner of the screen. The symbol will freeze and the last heart rate recorded will be
displayed if no signal is being received. For power saving, the watch will automatically
return to the clock screen if no signal is received within 5 minutes.
% of maximum heart rate
This is the data showing the percentage of current heart rate
comparing to maximum heart rate (MHR by age). It is useful to
monitor your heart performance safely and effectively during exercise.
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Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Training zone
This is the graphical direct relationship between current heart rate and maximum heart
rate. The bar moves up and down, not only to make you aware of upper-zone, zone,
below-zone range and MHR, but also to show the extensiveness of your heart rate. It is a
very important and effective tool to monitor your workout.
8. Setting your training zone alarm
To set the alarm from the clock screen, press the mode button [MODE] once then press
the select button [SEL] until you get to the zone screen. To turn the alarm on/off press
the set button [SET] you will see ® appear in the left hand side of the screen when the
alarm is on.
Activation symbols
A Heart rate exceeds the upper-zone range.
Y Heart rate drops below the below-zone range.
z Heart rate is within the pre-determined zone.
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
To set the training zone activation alarm press and hold the set button Мускат
[SET] then press the select button [SEL] until you get to the required ва! НЕ
activation symbol ( x, ¥ or I). To set the activation symbol press the seT
set button [SET].
Then to set the training zone press the select button [SEL] until you get
to the required zone (1 Health , 2 Fitness, 3 Performance or U
user-defined), see page 16 for explanation of zone 1,2,3 and U. To set
the zone press the set button [SET].
Exercise Timer
In the exercise timer screen (E.TMR) you can read how long you were in the different zone
ranges by pressing the set button [SET]. This wil show you the ‘ength of time your heart
rate was in eachzone _“N | /
as well as your
average heart rate
during that time.
Below-zone time Zone time Upper-zone time Total time
To reset the exercise timer, press and hold the set button [SET] until the data clears.
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Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Memory A
From the clock screen, press the mode button [MODE] once then press the (5
select button [SEL] until you get to the memory (MEM) screen. To see the |:
maximum and minimum heart rate (HI or LO) press the set button [SET].
To reset the max or min heart rate, press and hold the set button [SET]
until the data clears.
Calorie
In the calorie screen (CAL) you can see approximate energy consumption
in calories.
To reset the calorie counter, press and hold the set button [SET] until the
data clears.
Fat burn
In the fat burn screen (FAT) you can see approximate fat burnt in grams. &
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This will only start counting once 65% of MHR has been reached. wkd (EN
To reset the fat burnt counter, press and hold the set button [SET] until © FAT
the data clears.
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Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Fitness level
Immediately after training (with the transmitter belt in position) set the
watch to the Fitness level screen (FIT.LV). Press the set button [SET] to start
a 5 minute countdown. Your heart rate and fitness level will be displayed
after the countdown. Fitness level Heart rate after 5min SET
> 130
5 130 - 120
4 120 - 110
3 110 - 105
2
1
105 - 100
< 100
Down timer
To set resting times between exercise programs you can set the down timer [D.TMR] to
whatever resting period you desire. From the clock screen press the mode button [MODE]
to change it to the down timer screen (D.TMR). To set the countdown
press and hold the set button [SET], the hours will flash, set the hour by
pressing the select button [SEL] until the desired hour is displayed. To
set the hour press the set button [SET]. To start and stop the
countdown press the set button [SET]. To reset back to the time you
have specified press and hold the set button [SET].
Using Your Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
Stopwatch
From the clock screen press the mode button [MODE] to change it to
the stopwatch screen (STW). To start and stop the clock press the set
button [SET], to reset the clock press and hold the set button [SET]. A
maximum of 9 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds can be displayed.
Target Heart Rate
Working your heart to one of the following intensity levels provides different benefits to
your fitness. PLEASE NOTE: THESE TARGET HEART RATES ONLY APPLY TO ADULTS
Zone 1 - Health (50-65% of MHR) Zone 2 - Fitness (65-80% of MHR)
Is ideal for people who are new to exercise Is ideal for people who want to lose
or are starting again after a break. weight. At this level, fat is the main source
Zone 3 - Performance (80-95% of MHR) of energy for the body. It will also improve
Will help get your body used to exercising Your fitness and endurance.
at a faster pace. Your lung capacity will Zone U - User-defined
improve. This level of intensity will also This is the low and high zone you set in the
help with weight control. beginning.
Target Heart Rate
Maximum Health Fitness Performance
Age | Heart Rate Bottom Top Bottom Top Bottom Top
(MHR) threshold | threshold | threshold | threshold | threshold | threshold
50% of | 65% of | 65% of | 80% of | 80% of | 95% of
MHR MHR MHR MHR MHR MHR
20 200 100 130 130 160 160 190
25 195 97 126 126 156 156 185
30 190 95 123 123 152 152 180
35 185 92 120 120 148 148 175
40 180 90 117 117 144 144 171
45 175 87 113 113 140 140 166
50 170 85 110 110 136 136 161
55 165 82 107 107 132 132 156
60 160 80 104 104 128 128 152
65 155 77 100 100 124 124 147
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Battery Information Specifications
1. Please use 1 x CR2025 battery in the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor (included) and Model Number: LWH2
1 x CR2032 battery in the Transmitter belt (included). Product Name: Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
2. Remove the batteries if the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor is not in use for long Power Supply: DC 3V, Watch 1 x CR2025 & Belt 1 x CR2032 batteries
periods of time. Watch Accuracy: + 3.5 sec / day (max)
3. Warning: If batteries leak and come into contact with the skin or eyes, wash Accuracy of Heart
immediately with copious amounts of water. Rate Measurement: + 3-5 BPM
4. Batteries must be handled by an adult. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Water Resistance: Watch ~ 100ft/30mtr Belt ~ shower proof
5. Only batteries of the same or equivalent type are recommended. Operating Conditions: 5°C to 40°C; 30%RH to 75%RH
6. Remove exhausted batteries from the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor. Storage Conditions: -10°C to 55°C; 10%RH to 90%RH
7. Supply terminals are not to be short-circuited. Size: 85mm x 72mm x 31mm
8. Dispose of batteries safely according to battery manufacturer's instructions. Weight: 50g (without batteries)
The expected lifetime for this product is 2 years, under normal usage.
NOTE: Design and specifications are subject to change without notice
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Check points
Solution
No heart rate
displayed.
Is the transmitter belt in the
correct position?
Re-position the belt.
Are the conductive pads dirty?
Please clean the conductive pads.
Have the conductive pads
been moistened prior to use?
Please moisten the conductive
pads with cool water.
Has the battery been
exhausted?
Please replace it with a new
battery.
Incorrect heart rate
displayed.
Is the transmitter belt too
loose?
Please tighten the transmitter
belt.
Are the conductive pads dirty?
Please clean the conductive pads.
Have the conductive pads
been moistened prior to use?
Please moisten the conductive
pads with cool water.
Has the battery been
exhausted?
Please replace it with a new
battery.
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Troubleshooting
Problem Check points Solution
Watch display has | Has the battery been Please replace it with a new
faded. exhausted? battery.
Incorrect figures Has the battery been Please replace it with a new
displayed on the | exhausted? battery.
watch.
Display fades when | Has the battery been Please replace it with a new
the light button is | exhausted? battery.
pressed
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
The health implications of being overweight or obese are well documented. Some of the
most common problems linked to being overweight or obese are heart disease, type 2
diabetes, hypertension and osteoarthritis. In general, weight issues are caused by an
excess of fat.
It is widely accepted that by getting down to a healthy weight you will minimise those
potential health risks. The best and safest results for weight loss come from the
combination of a balanced diet and regular exercise. An additional benefit of this is that it
is sustainable.
There are two basic ways to reduce weight: increase exercise to burn calories and cut
down the calories you eat.
Healthy eating tips
* Eat lots of fruit and vegetables and high fibre foods to help keep your diet healthy,
balanced and satisfying
* Try to enjoy a variety of foods in your diet
* Make one or two positive changes to your diet each week and build on them
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
* Drink plenty of water to prevent getting dehydrated (6-8 glasses/day). A glass before a
meal may help to reduce the appetite
* Spread your calorie intake throughout the day by eating regular meals and avoid heavy
meals in the evening
* Eat regular meals, starting with breakfast. People who have breakfast find it easier to
control their weight
* Choose lower fat foods and check portion sizes, especially when eating out
* Try to get hold of the menu in advance when eating out, choose healthier options and
avoid rich sauces, fried foods and pastry. Pick fruit, sorbet or low fat ice cream as
desserts
* When days do not go to plan, do not give up. Think positively and 'get back on track'
right away. The occasional lapse is very normal
* Cut down on salt by adding less to food when cooking or during your meal
* Divide your plate in half, cover half with vegetables and share the remaining half equally
between starchy foods and meat or fish
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
The balance of good health
There are eight key tips for a healthy diet that you may like to consider:
* Enjoy the food
* Eat a variety of different foods
* Eat the right amount to be a healthy weight
* Eat plenty of foods rich in starch and fibre
* Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables
* Do not eat too many foods that contain a lot of fat
* Do not have sugary foods and drinks too often
* Drink alcohol in moderation
The idea of a balanced diet is to include foods in the right proportions. The aim is to get
all the nutrients your body needs whilst maintaining a healthy weight. It is not a case of
having roughly equal measures of everything. There should be a lot of some foods and
just a little of others.
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
The Balance of Good Health divides food into 5 different groups:
- Bread, other cereals and potatoes (starchy foods)
* Fruit and vegetables
* Milk and dairy foods
* Meat, fish and alternatives
* Foods containing fat and foods containing sugar
Bread, other cereals and potatoes
This group contains starchy foods such as; breakfast cereal, pasta, rice, oats, noodles,
maize, cornmeal, potatoes and all types of bread.
Contrary to popular belief, these foods are not fattening. In fact, they contain about half
the amount of calories as the same weight of fat or oil. It is what we add to foods in this
group that makes them fattening, so try to avoid:
* Having them fried too often (e.g. chips or roast potatoes)
» Adding too much fat (e.g. butter/oil or margarine)
« Adding rich sauces and dressings (e.g. creamy sauces on pasta)
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
Try to eat wholegrain, wholemeal or high fibre versions where possible. This is because
they contain more fibre. There are several advantages to eating foods rich in fibre:
* It prevents constipation
* It helps to protect against bowel problems, including cancer
* lt helps control the appetite by keeping a person fuller for longer
» Soluble fibre, such as that in oats, has also been shown to lower cholesterol levels
Tips for increasing complex carbohydrates and fibre:
* Make sure a starchy carbohydrate such as breakfast cereal, potato, bread, rice or pasta is
eaten at each meal
* To increase the intake of fibre, go for wholegrain varieties
* Replace some of the meat in soups and casseroles with lentils, pearl barley, beans or
peas
Diet and Lifestyle Information
Fruit and vegetables
Eating at least five servings of fruit and vegetables a day is an important element of a
healthy eating plan. As part of this quota, a person can have fruit or vegetables that are:
* Fresh, Frozen, Canned, Dried, Juiced *
*A glass of fruit juice counts towards your 5-a-day target, but it only counts as one portion
however much is drunk in a day. It is recommended that a person eats a wide variety of fruit and
vegetables and tries to avoid adding fat or rich sauces to vegetables or adding sugar or syrup to
fruit.
Milk and dairy foods
This group includes:
* Milk* * Yoghurt and fromage frais**
* Cheese** * Eggs
*Use semi-skimmed or skimmed milk
**Choose lower fat versions whenever possible. This means low fat cheeses and low fat
or 'diet' yogurts and fromage frais.
This group does not include butter or cream, which are included under the section for
fats
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
Meat, fish and alternatives
This food group includes:
* Red meat * Poultry
* Fish* * Pulses**
* Beans** * Nuts
* Seeds * Soya products
* Vegetable protein foods such as quorn
*Fish includes frozen and canned fish such as sardines and tuna, fish fingers and fish
cakes. Aim to eat at least one portion of oily fish such as sardines or salmon each week,
as these contain oils which will benefit the heart and help to keep it healthy.
**Beans and pulses are good alternatives to meat as they are naturally very low in fat.
Choose lower fat versions whenever you can- e.g. by cutting the fat off meat, removing
the skin from poultry and eating fish without the batter. Many of these foods naturally
contain fat so try to cook them without adding any oil or extra fat.
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
Fats
This food group includes:
Margarine, butter, other spreading fats and low fat spreads, cooking oils, oil based salad
dressings, mayonnaise, cream, chocolate, crisps, biscuits, pastries, cakes, puddings, ice
cream, rich sauces and gravy.
These foods are all high in calories and need to be controlled carefully if a person is to
lose weight or fat. Although some fats are better for our health than others, they all
contain the same amount of calories and so it is important to limit sources of all fats. We
all need to include some fat in our diet and it helps to make foods more interesting and
enjoyable.
There are three main types of dietary fat- saturated, mono-unsaturated and
polyunsaturated and most foods contain a mixture of these three. Food labels often give
the type of fat present in food, as well as the amount. Saturated fats are the most
damaging to your health and are usually found in animal products such as meat, butter,
milk and cheese. Mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are referred to as
‘healthier’ types of fat, as they can potentially lower your blood cholesterol levels and
reduce the tendency for blood to clot. These are largely found in oils and fish.
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
Oily fish such as salmon, sardines and pilchards are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are
unsaturated fats. Current recommendations are that we should aim to eat fish at least
twice a week, including one portion of oily fish. In smaller amounts, this type of
"healthier' fat can also be obtained from plant foods such as rapeseed, walnuts, soya, flax
and linseed oils.
Sugars
This food group includes: Soft drinks, sweets, jam, cakes, puddings, biscuits, pastries and
ice cream.
Sugary foods often contribute few vitamins and minerals to the diet and are high in
calories. Artificial sweeteners make it easier to cut down on these foods without missing
out. Eating sugar too often can lead to tooth decay and weight gain.
Here are some tips to help reduce sugar intake:
* Avoid foods with high sugar content. Remember sugar has many different forms and
may be referred to as sugar, glucose, sucrose, dextrose, brown sugar, fruit fructose, cane
sugar, honey, molasses, treacle, syrup and many more
* Use artificial sweeteners in tea and coffee if you need them
Diet and Lifestyle Information
* Use less sugar when cooking
* Buy ready made low sugar desserts
* Substitute sugar coated cereals with high fibre and wholegrain ones
* Buy tinned fruit in natural juice rather than syrup
* Cut down on the amount of biscuits, cakes, honey, jam and marmalade
* Cut down on all kinds of sweets and chocolates
* Choose low calorie soft drinks or unsweetened fruit juice diluted with water
Physical Activity
Regular physical activity, combined with healthy eating, is known to be the best method
of losing and maintaining a healthy weight, as well as improving your overall health.
There are numerous benefits of being more active.
Benefits of exercise
* More energy and greater stamina
* Stronger, more toned mucscles for a better shape and appearance
* Lower risk of heart disease and stroke
* Lower risk of osteoporosis
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Diet and Lifestyle Information
* Reduced risk of diabetes
* Improved blood pressure and cholesterol levels
* Less breathlessness
* Feeling less stressed
* Better quality of sleep
* Better self esteem
* Helps speed up weight loss and helps maintain target weight
Any extra physical activity benefits health and fitness. A good target is to aim to do 30
minutes each day.
Once you get started you will identify more and more opportunities to be active and this
Will increase the chances of successfully losing weight and keeping it off. The 30 minutes
of exercise does not have to be done all in one go. Two lots of 15 minutes, or even three
lots of 10 minute bursts of activity, may be just as effective as 30 minutes of continuous
activity. Everyone should try to fit this into their normal routine and once established,
aim to gradually build this up to 60 minutes a day.
Diet and Lifestyle Information
A good way to start getting active is to carry on with an everyday routine, but do things
in a way that requires a bit more energy, and then build this into a daily lifestyle.
You should always check with your doctor about the best form of activity if:
* You have not been active for some time
* You have heart trouble
* You have high blood pressure
* You have experienced unexplained chest pains
* You have experienced dizziness or fainting
* You have a bone or joint problem that could be made worse by exercising
* You have concerns about becoming more active
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Maintenance and Cautions
Do not immerse the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor in water or any liquid. Do not drop
the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor or throw it from a height
* Do not use any chemical to clean the main Watch and Heart Rate Monitor. In case you
need to clean them, please wipe with a damp, lint free cloth
Storage
* After use store the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor safely and out of the reach of
children
* Store the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor in a cool, well ventilated place
* Do not expose the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor to direct sunlight and protect them
against dirt and moisture
* Never place any heavy objects on the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
* Remove the batteries from the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor if you are not going to
use it for a long period of time. Leaking batteries can damage the Watch and Heart Rate
Monitor
Used, fully discharged batteries must be disposed of in a specifically labelled collection
container, at toxic waste collection points or through an electrical retailer. You are under
legal obligation to dispose of batteries correctly.
NOTE: You will find these markings on batteries containing harmful substances:
Pb = battery containing lead
Cd = battery containing cadmium
Hg = battery containing mercury
Please dispose the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor in accordance with the directive
2002/96/EC-WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). If you have any queries,
please refer to the local authorities responsible for waste disposal.
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Customer Feedback Explanation of symbols on the Watch and Heart Rate Monitor
We are constantly striving to delight our customers with our products and customer
service. We value your opinion and feedback on our Watch and Heart Rate Monitor as
this helps us to develop and continually improve. We would be grateful if you'd share
your thoughts in reviewing this product. Please visit www.lloydspharmacy.com and look X Disposal in accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE)
for the customer services section on the bottom of our home page.
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C € Complies with the European Directive
This product is guaranteed for a period of one year from the date of purchase against
mechanical and electrical manufacturing defects. There are no user serviceable parts inside
the instrument. Any attempted repair by unauthorised persons invalidates the warranty.
This does not affect your statutory rights.
An electronic version of the User Manual is available for download from
www.lloydspharmacy.com
Lloyds Pharmacy Limited, Coventry, CV2 2TX.
www.lloydspharmacy.com C €
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Made in P.R.C.
Attention: Read the operating instructions for use!
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