Raleigh’s heart rate linked computer is a bit basic in design but you can’t beat it for data per dollar. Set-up is easy thanks to on-screen button press/menu prompts and the five-cell display mixes permanent HR, speed, time and temperature data with a prompted scrolling lower screen for the other 25 features.
This means relatively small, crowded numbers that can be hard to read in the rough, but there’s a backlight for night training.
The old-fashioned hard plastic sensor belt needs an accurate fit to connect consistently and can slip down and disconnect on rough descents.
The HR functions include adjustable limits and in/over/under-target zone timers as well as a pulse-related calorie burn estimate though, so you’re getting tons of useful training info for your money.