I'm on my 3rd strap in 3 years.. and I've gotten quite paranoid, so I've threaded the strap with braided fishing line. This way, if the strap breaks it'll still stay on my wrist. I'll post pictures of how it looks like when I get home.
And I just had another amazing encounter with the Sol... at the end of the dive as I was climbing up onto the boat, I checked the dive computer and everything was fine. I took off the BCD, put my hand on the ladder and found that my Sol was all black. The silver faceplate and plastic screen protector had fallen off! Anyway, the Sol now looks more compact and cool without the faceplate, except it now has 4 ugly white patches in the corner which must have been the sticky tape holding the faceplate in place.
great thanks... I did see the other 2 photos u posted sometime back... but cant see the detailed weaving 'path'
my partner's face plate dropped off some time back too... but stuck it back w superglue
also if u do safety stop w a friend who is also using a heart rate monitor the reading goes bonkers..
I just had a 195bpm reading!!
I cannot believe it.. u must be v lucky to get a ultimate strap...
do u wear your galileo loose? and on wrist or further up your arm?
what is your secret?
anyone have a solution to calibrate the transmitter??