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Victoria's Secret creates heartrate monitor compatible bra
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Dec '14
courtesy: Victoria
courtesy: Victoria's Secret
The international lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret has launched a new heart-rate monitor compatible sport bra for women with active lifestyles.

Replete with fabric in-built heart-rate sensors and electrodes, the racer-back design bra can be attached to a separate clip-on heart-rate transmitter with the help of a hook-up panel stitched on the frontal band.

Made using moisture wicking nylon and spandex fabrics, the range incorporates concealed wire for cushioned support, bonded seamless padded straps and soft elastic band for comfort and movement.

The ‘Incredible’ bra line is available in pinkish coloured Hello Lovely and black and gray based Black Marl styles.

The cushioned bra with adjustable back closure is ideal for running, boxing and cardio exercises.

Founded in 1977, Victoria’s Secret is considered as one of the largest American womenswear retailers that sells lingerie, women’s clothing and beauty products through its catalogues, website and US stores. (PB)

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