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Polar V800 Red Specs

Polar V800 Red Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateSep 2014
Display resolution128 x 128 pixels
Ports & interfaces
Battery typeSR927W
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Rechargeable battery
Battery low indication
Colour of productBlack
Housing materialAluminium, Polycarbonate, Stainless steel
Protection featuresWater resistant
Built-in distance meter
Recommended activityFitness, Running
Clock mode12h/24h
Alarm clock
Sport watch to PC data transferTraining data
Fitness test
Vibrating alert
Motivating feedback

Polar V800 Red Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-13
Keen swimmer? Fitness junkie, or just want to get healthier with regular visits to your local pool? Then you need an activity tracker that is both waterproof and tracks your swimming strokes and distances. See all activity tracker reviews . Here we gathe...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-25
Strong, durable design, Easy to follow training plans, Great addition of circuit workoutsBulky to wear all day for activity tracking, Mobile app lacks web app's data, No builtin heart rate monitor
The Polar V800 launched way back in 2014, but it remains a go-to watch for hardcore runners, cyclists and triathletes among others.It's easy to see why. The rugged multisport GPS watch delivers super battery life, tracks an array of sports and there's a h...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-10
In terms of design, the Polar V800 is a well-designed product, that definitely has that high-end feel to it. For those fashion conscious sports people, the product also comes with a variety of different bands and it also feels quite sturdy compared to som...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-27
Excellent build quality, Stellar battery life, Water/sweat proof to 30 meters, Good feature set, Easy to use interface, Predictive GPS, Accurate heart rate and distance/pace data, Large easy to view screenProprietary charging system/USB cable, No ability to wirelessly stream music, Not compatible with older Polar sensors
Earlier this year I reviewed the Polar M400 sport watch and was pleased with how feature packed and fitness oriented it was. I have used it on and off throughout 2015. When Polar gave me the opportunity to put their latest flagship training device through...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Polar have always had a strong pedigree when it comes to cycling head units and runnning watches. The V800 watch is Polar's latest multi sport watch, covering everything needed for the triathlon, and a few other sports as wellOne way to look at the Polar...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-28
Strong build quality. Easy to use, yet very powerful. Impressive battery life.Highly annoying charging/syncing connector. The heft won't suit everyone and makes it a dubious choice for all, day wear. Not much use as a sleep tracker.
The Polar V800 is Polar's flagship multisport watch. This means it's a more complex and beefy version of its little brother the Polar M400, built to compete head-to-head with the Suunto Ambit3 range, TomTom Multisport Cardio and Garmin Forerunner 920XT an...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-13
I enjoy running for a variety of reasons and find that I get out more often when I have devices attached that track all of my fitness data for later analysis and goal setting. Data, results, goals, and even friendly competition all help to motivate me to...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-30
Design, battery life, large and clear display, personalisation, additional sensor optionsComplicated, no ANT+, expensive
Polar has been scaling down the physical size and improving the look of its GPS fitness watches throughout the last few product cycles. The latest V800 has competitor Garmin clearly fixed in its sights, with running, cycling, and swimming activities paire...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-09
Since even before the announcement I've been using the V800, with now daily usage in the past couple months as it has neared release, which ultimately culminated last week in the first final software release. As such, I've got a pretty good idea on where ...
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