Hi All, newbie here (7 weeks out) very excited to be a member (not...)
Anyway-58 yrs old-physically active all my life. Had the pleasure of experiencing 3rd degree hear block. Flat line 10-11 times. What a way to spend a Saturday night.
My question: any issues with cold temps? Winter is just starting and I will be hiking/skiing/snowmobiling/etc. Was out walking tonight temps in single digits (F). I swear I could feel a cold/tight spot at my device. Is COLD an issue? As any metallic will be a heat sink, should I take any special precautions with this thing? I could potentially be exposed to -20* F at some points this winter. Tonight was the first I thought I could actually feel this device. Anyone else climb/ski/snow sled in cold temps? What is your experience?
You know you're wired when...
Your kids call you Cyborg.
I have a well tuned pacer. I hardly know I have it. I am 76 year old, hike and camp alone in the desert. I have more energy than I have had in a long time. The only problem is my wife wants to have a knob installed so she can turn the pacer down.