Globally renowned fitness, sports, and health tech company Polar Electro has taken the wraps off two new running watches – Polar Pacer and Polar Pacer Pro.
The company said that both wearables will offer a superior running experience with powerful training and recovery features that help runners understand their bodies and know when they’re doing too much or not enough to reach their goals.
They are aimed at both first-time runners and more serious athletes and come with the insights to track miles and inform training.
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Polar Pacer Pro Is now on sale and the vanilla Polar Pacer arrives In shops In May.
Polar Pacer Pro
The ultra-light wearable Is powered by what the firm calls a high-performance core processor.
It includes an extensive suite of advanced training tools to help experienced runners improve their running economy and performance.
The new antenna design offers accurate GPS with up to 35 hours of training with full GPS and heart rate tracking enabled.
The firm said that the barometer in Polar Pacer Pro allows runners to automatically measure, in watts, power values from the wrist.
This means they can monitor the effort required for every segment of their run instantly, ensuring they always run at the right intensity and finish strongly.
The compact device sports super-grip buttons to withstand extreme weather condition while there Is an aluminium bezel surrounding the watch face.
It’s got a bright and power-efficient MIP (memory-in-pixel) reflective colour display and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen protection.
Users can easily customise the look of their watch with any standard 20mm wristband with quick release spring bars.
Polar Pacer is aimed more at new runners and promises to teach them how training affects their body, ensuring they find their pace and the right intensity.
Starting with the new Walking Test, beginners and inexperienced runners can easily estimate their initial aerobic fitness based on their VO2max – the ultimate figure to illustrate how much oxygen the body can absorb and use during exercise – by going for a 15-minute walk on a flat path.
Polar Pacer shares similar design principles