Coros Pace GPS Multisport Watch with Wrist-Based Heart Rate Sensor, Triathlon Features, Barometric Altimeter and Strava & TrainingPeaks Compatible, Red/Black

March 1, 2020 - Comment

Features an optical heart rate monitor and performance metrics for running, swimming and cycling activities Engineered with a power efficient central core, allowing for battery life up to 30 days in standard mode and up to 25 hours in GPS mode Built-in Barometric Altimeter for more accurate elevation readings GPS, GLONASS and BDS work together

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(as of April 16, 2020 6:12 pm GMT-0600 - Details)

Features an optical heart rate monitor and performance metrics for running, swimming and cycling activities Engineered with a power efficient central core, allowing for battery life up to 30 days in standard mode and up to 25 hours in GPS mode Built-in Barometric Altimeter for more accurate elevation readings GPS, GLONASS and BDS work together to precisely locate your position, even through interference outdoors Receive and control notifications from your phone, including call, text, email and other social media applications

Product Features

  • Features a wrist based heart rate monitor and performance metrics for running, swimming and cycling activities
  • Engineered with a power efficient central core, allowing for battery life up to 30 days in standard mode and up to 25 hours in GPS mode
  • Built-in Barometric Altimeter for more accurate elevation readings. Compatible with STRAVA.
  • GPS, GLONASS and BDS work together to precisely locate your position, even through interference outdoors
  • Receive and control notifications from your phone, including call, text, email and other social media applications

Comments

Anonymous says:

I can’t say who is better when each brand has its own way to deal … I owned Sunnto Ambit 3, Garmin 735xt, 235, 935 and Fenix 5. Apparently the sport watch is more than GPS and heart rate sensors. There are tons of features and algorithms that need to be taken care of.GPS Accuracy: COROS GPS is on par with Garmin when the environment is clear. Both watches usually beat and the same second on each mile. It will have differences when you go through complex trails such as heavy trees and tunnels. I can’t say who is better when each brand has its own way…

Anonymous says:

Pleasant surprise for a first effort in watch Since there is a dearth of reviews on this product, I thought I’d post a quick first impressions review, and add to it over time. As some background I’m a triathlete with 30+ races under belt and have worn some type of activity tracker (multiple fitbits, samsung gear, polar v800, garmin 910XT) daily since 2013. I’m a tech geek (IT consultant in healthcare). When he gets too it, I’d recommend checking out the dcrainmaker site if you want every detail tested and explained. That guy is awesome in…

Anonymous says:

Cool design, light weighted, & every function I need A friend recommended me this amazing watch when I asked for sth functional enough for a serious runner, decent to wear casually, while also under an acceptable price. Coros PACE is such a well designed product that magically meets all my needs.The screen is just of the right size and all necessary info are readily readable. Its operation is super easy & intuitive and you don’t even need the manual. I like especially its comfortable wrist band and the red color. I think a blue one will…

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