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Polar V800 GPS Sports Watch with Heart Rate Monitor

by Polar

RRP: £399.50
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  • Measures every training session, 24/7 daily activity, calories burned and HR monitoring
  • Tracks your speed, distance and route with integrated GPS and altimeter
  • Get guidance while training, switch between sports and track HR while swimming
  • Waterproof to 30m/ 100 ft and rechargeable battery
  • Allows you to plan, analyse and set you training targets with the free Polar Flow app and service

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  • ASIN: B00KZ9I7VU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Jun 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,203 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Sport Profiles
Training Load and Recovery
Polar Flow App Automatic data sync and instant training data view
Gain an Edge by Training and Recovering, Smart.

The Polar V800 encompasses all the best of Polar's design and technology. Its unique training and recovery features can help any athlete reach their peak performance.

Plan Your Training

The V800 can help you follow your carefully planned training sessions. All you need to do is import your training plans into the Polar Flow training diary and sync it to the V800. While training, the V800 will guide you to meet your targets. For example, if you're not keeping the right pace the V800 vibrates. It will also alert you when it's time to begin your next training phase.

Recovery Based on 24/7 Activity

The V800 is the first triathlon training device to incorporate 24/7 activity tracking. Why is this data useful? Because your daily activities and sleep patterns can affect your recovery time. With 24/7 activity tracking data you will know your true recovery status and exactly how much time is needed to recover from your last training session. The V800 also tracks your daily total calorie burn and shows where your calories are being burned (activity, training, BMR). With this information, you can manage your calorie intake and refuel when needed.

Analyse your Training in an Instant with Polar Flow Mobile App. Analyse in Detail with Polar Flow Web Service.

• Create training targets and sync to V800 • Training diary and targets • Advanced training analysis • Get a long term view of your training load and recovery times to adjust your training plans • Maps of your training routes with explore and relive features • Activity features such as daily activity, steps, and sleep time • Create various training reports and track your progress through test results • Compatible with PC Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and later, Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 and later • Polar Flow mobile app transfers data via Bluetooth Smart • Compatible with iOS 6 and newer, Android version coming later in 2014

Train According to Plan
  • Measures every training session and 24/7 daily activity
  • Tracks your speed, distance and route with integrated GPS
  • Records your heart rate even while swimming with the comfortable dual-mode transmitter
  • User-definable heart rate zone limits
  • Interval trainer guided workouts--heart rate / distance
  • Vibration and audio alerts
  • Tap gestures
  • Extra tough Gorilla Glass lens and breathable wrist strap. Weight 79g.
  • User configurable displays--all lines
  • Sport Profiles (adjustable)
  • Helps you understand your training load and recovery need
  • Accurate altitude readings with a built-in barometric pressure sensor (temperature, altitude, ascent and descent-metres, degrees, percentage)
  • Fully customizable sport profiles
  • High-contrast black and white display which is optimised for sports. The screen is easy to read even in low-light conditions.
  • Supports triathlon training with transition times
  • Access four weeks of your training history at the touch of a button. Memory capacity 99 hours training with GPS and heart rate.
  • Allows you to plan and analyse your training with the free Polar Flow app and web service and share data with friends and coaches
  • Future-proof, firmware is easy to update and upgrade
  • 14 hours rechargeable battery life in training mode, 50 hours in GPS power save mode.
  • R-R Recording
  • Compatible with Polar Bluetooth Smart running and cycling sensors
  • Backlight, time of day (12/24h) with alarm and snooze
  • Waterproof to 30m /100ft

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dr. M. Vladeanu on 27 Aug 2014
Colour Name: Black/GreySize Name: One Verified Purchase
OK, before we start, I just like to mention that although 100% objectivity is rather impossible to achieve, I like to stay as objective as I possibly can. I've had the V800 for 3 weeks, used it 6 times/week for running and strength training.

So, V800: the good, the bad and the ugly...

The Good:
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- Really accurate and easy to set up. Despite what I read on review sites, it picks up GPS signal between 5-10sec. First time it took 18 sec to pick up satelites. I do not live in a built up area. Mapping is really accurate (I run trails in Great Windsor Park - where you get lots of tree coverage). Plotting the map in Polar Flow showed the running path right smack on the trail - puny little watch but impressively accurate nevertheless.
- Lots of screen configuration options. Get the info YOU want rather than what the designer thought you shoud get. This is essential for someone like me who sometimes trains by heart zone, other times by speed or distance and also does the odd time by max hear rate fartlek. You can have all that on the screen (4 data fields) or just one. Yo can have multiple data screens at the push of a button with 1 to 4 data fields in it.
- I love, love, love the recovery status. What a fantastic feature, even if you should not totally trust it. However so far I'm injury free, so it seems to work.
- activity tracking is actually quite good. How good you ask? Ok, put it this way: it picked up the fact that I woke up last night to take a p*ss. So, I found it very accurate.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By KAT on 15 Jun 2014
Just received my Polar V800. Firstly let me point out that I am not a super athlete but a moderately healthy 50+ individual who wanted a single device to replace a multitude of other devices (Polar F80 sports watch, Nike+ Foot pod sensor, Polar Loop etc). I also strongly suspect that stronger athletes will find, as I have so far, that there is no other single device on the market that can cover the breath and depth of features as the V800 can. So my first impressions:

- One device. So far it has very quickly and seems to have accurately tracked, via the inbuilt GPS, my distance, speed, altitude.
- Great display of information: time duration, calories, etc.
- Charges quickly and seems to have a good battery life in between charges.
- A lot lighter and less bulky to wear that first impression. It is not going to win a beauty contest but is not the most ugly sports watch / monitor either,
- I use the Polar H7 Bluetooth Heart rate strap (there is the option to buy the v800 with one). You can pair this with the v800 to get heart rate info etc. Polar give the impression that this is the only operating mode, however you can also avoid bluetooth pairing as the v800 will also receive the H7's analog heart rate signal. The H7 can only connect via Bluetooth to one device at a time. Pairing it with the V800 enables you to have a unique relationship with the two and therefore avoid interference from other users' heart rate transmitters. If this is not going to be a problem to you, not pairing the H7 to the v800 leaves the H7 free to pair with the Polar Beat app, for example via an iPad. This enables you to graphically view, in real time, your heart zone and exercise progress via the ipod/ipad Polar Beat app at the same time as the v800.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. O. J. Watters on 5 July 2014
I bought the pre-sale version directly from Polar and I must say its the best fitness Monitor/Sports watch I have ever owned.
All aspects of measurement are extremely accurate. The GPS is especially accurate and only takes seconds to lock and almost never loses signal.
It monitors your day to day activity as well as your logged exercises to get an accurate picture of recovery and calorie burn etc.
The Polar Flow software suite is also very good.
The watch looks very stylish and even though it is quite large you do not really notice it.
Fantastic piece of kit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liam Finnie on 29 Aug 2014
Colour Name: Black/GreySize Name: One
This watch was bought as a replacement for my Garmin Forerunner 410. Polar has done an excellent job designing this watch, it is by far the most stylish GPS training watch I have seen, and matches a wide range of clothing (you can even change to an 'analog' watch face when not in training mode if you want). The watch is also very intuitive and easy to use, while having many advanced features. You do not need to read any manuals to figure out how it works, just pick it up and start using in. If you want to fine-tune any displays or choose your favorite types of training activities, the Polar Flow web-based software is also very intuitive. Connect the watch to your computer via the provided USB power cord, and Flow lets you decide what stats (heart rate, altitude, time of day, speed, temperature, etc) you want displayed on the watch face for different training activities that you are interested in - and then just hit 'Sync' to send the updated training profiles to your watch.

Polar seems to have also done quite a bit of research to make this watch fit into your training routine naturally. For the first training run, it took about thirty seconds or so to find GPS reception, but on subsequent training runs it picked up GPS signals within a few seconds, since the watch anticipates future GPS satellite positions to lock-on faster. The GPS signal itself was very accurate, even while running in forested trails. If you need to pause your training run (i.e. waiting at a stop-light while running), and forget to resume training mode, the watch will vibrate to remind you it is still paused. The watch also vibrates every lap (i.e.
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