POLAR - Pacer Pro (Advanced GPS Running Watch)

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This is an ultra-light, new-generation GPS running watch with an integrated barometer that equips serious runners with advanced training tools to improve running economy and performance. Make every run a good run.

S-L: Wrist circumference 120-210 mm

  • Powerful training tools for serious runners.
  • Integrated barometer with wrist-based running power.
  • Hyperfast, high-performance core processor.
  • Bright display for optimal readability in any condition.
  • Advanced optical heart rate tracking technology.
  • Accurate GPS and long-life battery.
  • Rapid charging and data transfer.

Gorilla Glass 3.0 Screen

You can see clearly now. A 1.1mm glass screen that’s as durable as before – but now everything is 3mm closer to the surface.

Improved Readability

MIP (memory-in-pixel) reflective color display allows for maximum readability in bright conditions – no more squinting in the sun, now it’s as clear as day.

Speed up the process.

Everyone loves going fast. The problem with things going too quickly is that it’s difficult to keep up. Not anymore. Our new CPU gives you a smoother, more powerful UI experience and performance.

Skip charging, not data.

Whether you want to train every day, or not, you still need your watch to keep running 24/7. Not a problem – one full charge gives you one full week.

  • Up to 100h - Training time in power-save modes.
  • Up to 35h - Training time with full GPS and HR tracking enabled.

Polar Charge 2.0

Polar Charge 2.0 magnetically snaps onto your watch and charges in the time it takes for you to get your gear on.

A running lab on your wrist.

Let’s take it one step beyond when it comes to running science. More performance insights insight.

  • VO2max - The ultimate figure to illustrate your aerobic fitness – once you know it, you can work on consistently improving it.
  • VO2max value - without going to a lab. Normally, you would have to go to a laboratory, stick a mask on, and run on a treadmill until you’re exhausted just to get your VO2max value - not anymore.

Running Performance Test

Run at the right level.
The Running Performance Test helps you personalize your heart rate, speed, and power zones so that you’ll always hit the optimal running pace.

HR Training Zones

Forget about others. Follow your heart.
Efficiency is key – target HR zones allow you to monitor the level of effort required for different intensities based on your heart’s beats per minute (bpm).

Precision Prime™

Polar Precision Prime™ sensor fusion technology tracks your heart rate from the wrist. The innovation combines optical heart rate measurement with other sensor technologies to rule out motion artifacts that might disturb the heart rate signal and produce unreliable readings.

Optimized HR Tracking

We're in pursuit of perfection.
We took the algorithm that omits motion from the equation and made it better, then we made the sensor smaller and removed the famous Polar bumps. Why? Well, we discovered the “Goldilocks Zone” for HR measurement – not too big, nor too small, it’s just right.

Pace Calculator

Find your pace.
You’ve probably spent some time trying to figure out what your running pace would need to be to finish your next 5K, 10K, or marathon in a particular time. Pace Me is a simple running pace calculator app that will show you predicted distance completion times for whatever running pace you select.

Running Index

How do you rank as a runner?
Run. Track your heart rate and speed. Get your score. Compare it to people of the same age and gender – work on running better than them.

Training Load Pro™

When you train, the different systems of your body become strained. Training Load Pro™ monitors this strain to provide you with detailed insights.

Training Load Pro™ gives you values for the load placed on both your cardiovascular and musculoskeletal system (Cardio Load and Muscle Load) after every session, and with Perceived Load, you can rate how strained you feel - allowing you to see the immediate strain on your body, and monitor training-induced strain over the long-term.