Heart Rate Monitor Watch
You Know You Need a Watch Anyway . . .
So Why Not Wear a Watch
That Could Save Your Life?

Do you know what your heart rate is at rest? During everyday activity? While exercising? Knowing these simple facts could save your life.

Medical experts will tell you that by monitoring and lowering your pulse rate, you can save enormous wear and tear on your heart, your body's most important organ.

This is critical, because every 38 seconds another American dies from heart disease, our nation's #1 killer.

During the course of a single day, that adds up to a whopping 2,300 deaths. And as the publisher of popular newsletters, including Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report, Newsmax takes its commitment to your health seriously.

Why Just Wear an Ordinary Watch . . . When You Can
Wear a Heart Rate Monitor That Also Tells Time?

This amazing Heart Rate Monitor Watch helps you easily check your heart rate at any given moment, even while exercising — with just the touch of your finger.

But that's not all . . .

An average normal heart beats from 60 to 100 times per minute at rest.

Do you know what your heart does at rest — and during exercise?

If you want to ensure your optimal health, you really should.

Finally, monitoring your heart rate is as simple as wearing a watch!

Without the use of a chest strap or the awkward discomfort of any wires, this unique watch allows you to check your own heart rate and calculate calories burned — with just a slight touch of your finger. Whether you're walking, playing golf or tennis, or just relaxing, your Heart Rate Monitor Watch makes it easy for you to know what your heart is doing. Now you can make sure you're not overdoing it.

It looks like a sport watch (so no one will suspect you're discreetly monitoring your long-term health) . . .

And despite the high-tech benefits, this watch is as simple to use as 1-2-3.

First, along with setting time and date, you enter in your age, weight, and sex. This information is stored in the watch's memory.

Second, when you begin exercising, you simply start the watch's internal counter.

And third — when you finish, you simply stop the counter, press SET, and touch the sensor once lightly.

Based on your preset information, the time on the counter, and your heart rate, your watch will tell you how many calories you burned during your workout. It's that easy . . .

And of course, you'll receive a large-print instruction manual with the watch that includes photos.

Plus, additional features of your Heart Rate Monitor Watch include:

  • Easy-to-read time and date
  • Daily alarm and hourly chime
  • LCD screen display
  • Chronograph (stop watch) with split-lap time
  • Pulse mode to check your pulse at any time
  • Water resistant up to 30 meters (feel free to swim with it)
  • Stainless steel back
  • Battery included

Because of the deadly consequences of heart disease, we're offering this watch for the discounted rate of only $7.95 (plus $3.95 s/h)!

Get the Next 3 Issues of Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report

You'll also get the next 3 issues of the Heart Health Report when you claim your Heart Rate Monitor Watch today!

In Heart Health Report, Dr. Crandall keeps you up-to-date with his latest and best advice to prevent or reverse heart disease — the very same methods he uses with patients who travel from around the globe to see him at his clinic.

Fight back against this deadly threat with cutting-edge information about the best heart-healthy diets, simple lifestyle changes, and heart supplements, as well as when to consider surgical procedures or drugs (along with warnings about procedures and drugs you should avoid).

Each month, Heart Health Report provides you with Dr. Crandall's expert tactics to help you:

  • Slash your risk for a heart attack . . .
  • Keep your blood pressure in check . . .
  • Lower your cholesterol safely and easily — without statins . . .
  • Minimize your need for dangerous medical procedures like bypass surgery . . .
  • Keep your heart ticking smoothly for a long and healthy life . . .
  • And more, much more . . .

No matter what health issues you may be coping with, you'll discover every issue of Heart Health Report to be an outstanding source of useful action strategies that help you enjoy the life you were supposed to live!

Heart Disease Doesn't Wait — Don't You Wait Either!

So let's be straight on this: please act quickly. We only have a limited quantity of these Heart Rate Monitor Watches available and we expect them to go quickly with this special offer.

You have no risk or obligation.

Of course, we'd love it if you continued your trial subscription to Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report. "Test drive" it at our expense, and with no obligation.

And YOU be the judge of its value.

Even if you choose not to renew your subscription, you can keep your Heart Rate Monitor Watch, A Doctor's Guide to Your Heart Rate and the monthly issues regardless.

So trade in your ordinary watch for a watch that not only tells time, but also helps protect you from the threat of heart disease. And take advantage of these additional two health-boosting items, too.

Aren't your heart and health worth it?

Claim Your Heart Rate Monitor Watch for
Just $7.95 (plus $3.95 s/h) and the Next 3 Issues of
Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Sales tax included where applicable. Your trial subscription comes with convenient automatic renewal. At the end of your subscription, we'll notify you. If you want to keep the publication, do nothing and we'll renew your subscription using your credit/debit card on file and charge you $54.95 ($49.95 for digital) for the first year (12 issues) of Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report and thereafter at the lowest renewal rate then in effect. There is no risk, you can cancel within the first six months for a full refund of the unused portion of your subscription.

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