Get the most accurate heart rate readings

Updated 5 months ago by Peter Li

The right fit can help improve the accuracy of your heart rate readings.

During daily use

Wear your watch at least 1 finger above your wrist bone and make sure the watch is snug on your wrist.

Your watch should maintain contact with your skin such that you can’t see the light shining from the sensor.

During exercise

The key is to wear your watch as high up on your wrist as possible. A good method is to wear it 2 fingers above your wrist bone.

Your watch should maintain contact with your skin such that you can’t see the light shining from the sensor.

For best possible results

Warm-up to get your heart rate up before starting a workout timer. This ensures your watch provides stable readings from the start.

If your watch loses your heart rate during exercise, pause for a moment (approximately 10 – 30 seconds). Continue once your watch is locked onto your heart rate.

Try to avoid

Wearing Atlas Multi-Trainer too loose. Make sure the sensor is always in direct contact with your skin: you shouldn't be able to see the light shining from the sensor.

Wearing Atlas Multi-Trainer watch too tight. Wearing the watch extremely tight can cut off blood flow and reduces the sensor's ability to monitor heart rate.


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