You can’t go anywhere in January without the words ‘DETOX’ and ‘NEW YEAR, NEW BODY,’ jumping out at you (or is that just our subconscious picking things up?)
Yes, it’s that time of the year again when thanks to the Christmas indulgence you can’t zip up you’re trousers but can’t be bothered to get off the chair and face the long slog the running machine demands from you.
The SE200 is a pink heart rate monitor watch from Oregon Scientific which has been designed especially for ladies who want to combine style with the latest fitness technology, and helps them get fit faster.
Sound too good to be true? It's not. The watch tracks your heart rate with ECG accuracy so that simply by exercising at the correct intensity, you can have a more effective and less rigorous workout. In other words, you get more calories burned for less effort - Genius.
If this wasn’t enough - the watch will also tell you all the important details you really want to know such as calories and percentage of the fat burnt - so you can work off that sneaky chocolate bar you had on the way to the gym.
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