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Polar CS500: We Have A WINNER!

The mighty PEZ database has stopped chugging, and the entries have been sealed – all that’s left is to choose one – drum roll please… And the Winner is Victor Iglesias of Hialeah FL! Victor was thrilled he’d won the new Polar – once he realized this wasn’t a joke…

It took a few minutes of my best “I’m not pulling your leg” convincing, but when it comes to giving away awesome swag, we don’t give up just because the winner doesn’t believe us!

The timing couldn’t be better, as Victor says it’s time to replace his ancient Polar – so old he can’t even remember the model – but for sure the new CS500 will look great on his Pinarello Dogma.


One lucky reader has won the Polar CS500 valued at $319.95 – just by entering the contest!

Technology that puts you in front. Design that keeps you there.
Don’t just take our word for it. Why is the CS500 the best new product for serious cyclists? Take a look:
Rocker Switch Operation
Control the CS500 with a quick, gentle touch. View the display you want by just touching the sides of the cycling computer. Working on a pivot mechanism, the CS500 is effortless to use in race conditions, giving you more precision and control, even at high speeds.

Oversized Display
Highly visible in all conditions, the CS500 has a larger, clearer data interface so more information can be shown at once, making it easier to see and safer to concentrate on where you’re going.

Guidance at Polarpersonaltrainer.com
We understand that giving your body enough recovery time between sessions is just as important as the training itself. Use the DataLink with your Mac or PC to download your training data to polarpersonaltrainer.com and we’ll show you when you’ve recovered enough to tackle another training session with our new Training Load feature.

Congrats again, and thanks to everyone who entered!

Get more info at their website: www.PolarUSA.com

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