Burner Issue ?
During training, the macro counter freezes making the measurements inaccurate. I noticed that when activated multiple times it slowed down the clock while tracking activity causing serious interface lag
Has anyone encountered the problem?
With certain heart rate monitors, the calculated value is incorrect, as if there were a transmission problem
@scafroglia93 Same problem for me, was actually going to post about that myself. Experienced it with S9PP and now Vertical.
Regardless of the sport used and OHR vs heart rate strap, the Burner exhibits these constant discrete shifts up and down where one would expect a gradual change. Not sure the shifts follow the change in intensity well either.
Last but not least, I’m not persuaded with the numbers it gives overall: my RHR is 43, give or take. My max HR is 179. I get 50% fat food source at around 97-100 bpm, which is low recovery heart rate zone for me if that. By the time my heart rate gets to 130-140 bpm, it’s nearly 80% carbs… The numbers don’t jive with neither Polar’s FuelWise, nor FatBurner data field in Garmin Connect IQ.