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Strap BioHarness and TEAM S-M
Part #: RXBHSTRAP-S-M, RXBHSTRAP-M-XL

This is a replacement strap for new TEAM and BioHarness Bluetooth systems. Sizes are available for small to medium size frames (69-84 cm; 27-33 inches), and medium to extra large size frames (84-104 cm; 33-41 inches).

The strap will only work with the newer circular logger devices, not the original ISM units.

Strap only—device sold separately.

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