Remove, Change, And Wear Atlas Mult-Trainer Bands

Updated 1 year ago by Peter Li

Follow these general instructions for removing, changing, and wearing bands.

Atlas Multi-Trainer is compatible with 22mm watch bands.

Remove And Change Bands

  1. Place the watch face down, look closely at the area where the watch band connects to the watch itself. The watch band is connected by a spring bar with a quick release toggle.
  2. Press the quick release toggle towards the side and gently remove the band.
  1. Slide one end of the new band into the hole. Then press the quick release toggle in and align the spring bar to the opposing hole.

Never force a band into the slot. If you're having trouble removing or inserting a band, press the quick release toggle again.

Wearing A Band

For maximum performance, your Atlas Multi-Trainer should fit closely to your skin.

To get the best results, the back of your Atlas Multi-Trainer needs skin contact for the heart rate sensor. Wearing the Atlas Multi-Trainer with the right fit–not too tight and not too loose–can help improve your heart rate readings.

During Daily Use

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

During Exercise

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

For best possible results, wear the watch 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 the watch 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.
Try to avoid wearing the 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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