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I was thinking about getting the CS100.
There is a sale this weekend that has the CS200 for almost the same price as a CS100.

I figured the CS200 should have more features than the CS100; my logic being that 200 is > 100 it would be better and is more expensive. I checked Polar's website http://www.polarusa.com/consumer/cycling/hrm.asp?qid=cycling and the CS100 actually seems to have more features than the CS200.:confused:

Is their chart wrong??
Am I reading it incorrectly?

Thanks,

Craig
 

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Yes and no. Assuming you are looking at this chart - http://www.polarusa.com/comparison/cycling.html - scroll down to the 'Recording Features' section and where Polar indicates the CS200 will store 7 exercise files while the CS100 only stores 1 exercise file. At the bottom of the chart, Polar indicates the CS200 includes the Polar WearLink 31 coded transmitter (user changeable battery) where as the CS100 comes with the original Polar T31 coded transmitter - the wearlink is much more comfortable than the orginal.
 
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