Pezcyclingnews: Win: Polar V800 Multisport Watch & Sensor


Jan 3, 2005
Enter for a chance to win a Polar V800 GPS Sports Watch and its compatible Bluetooth Smart Speed & Cadence Sensors. Its complete cycling features plus Bluetooth Smart sensors will take your ride to the next level. The Polar V800 Chosen by Champions is the smartest most advanced multisport watch and would be an awesome Fathers Day gift for anyone! ENTER BELOW. During planning, training and recovering, the Polar V800 is the ideal tool to reach your peak performance. It features integrated GPS and 24/7 activity tracking with customizable multisport profiles. Use it on your wrist or handlebars, your training data is captured – virtually at your fingertips.Whether cycling, running or swimming, the Polar V800 is the latest innovation in wearable technology. It offers everything a cyclist and other athletes want.The winner will also receive a Speed sensor and a Cadence sensor to complete the data tracking package.Learn more at: POLARV800.comTotal prize value: $599.90Check out this massive list of features:Cadence sensor featuresCadenceCadence LimitsBike Speed sensor featuresRace PaceSpeed LimitsAuto start / stopPower sensor (optional accessory)Power output in wattsLeft/right balanceCadencePower zonesBarometer featuresBarometric altimeterAltitude, ascent and descentTemperatureInclinometerActivity features24/7 Activity TrackingSleep Duration and QualityInactivity AlertSmart CaloriesSteps and DistanceTechnical featuresWeight 79gWater resistant – 30mThickness 12.7 mmGorilla glass windowAluminum and stainless steel shellHigh resolution display (128×128)Tap gesturesVibration and audio alertsUpdatable softwareHeart Rate featuresHeart rate in beat per minute / %Heart rate zonesHeart rate in waterTraining BenefitFitness TestThe Orthostatic TestSmart CaloriesTraining featuresSport ProfilesTransition times in multisport trainingTraining targetsTraining loadRecovery statusTraining DiaryWeekly SummariesCountdown and stopwatchJump TestSwimming Metrics Pool SwimmingFree...

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