COROS PACE GPS Sports Watch Wrist-Based Heart Rate Monitoring | Includes Running, Cycling, Swimming Triathlon Features Barometric Altimeter, STRAVA Compatible
- Features a wrist based heart rate monitor and performance metrics for running, swimming and cycling activities
- Engineered with a power efficient central core, allowing for battery life up to 30 days in standard mode and up to 25 hours in GPS mode
- Built-in Barometric Altimeter for more accurate elevation readings. Compatible with STRAVA.
- GPS, GLONASS and BDS work together to precisely locate your position, even through interference outdoors
- Receive and control notifications from your phone, including call, text, email and other social media applications
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Optical Heart Rate Monitor
The PACE features a built-in heart rate monitor that records while swimming, cycling and running. With the COROS App, you can fully customize your zone training by adjusting both your reserve and max heart rate. Along with providing post-training stats, the watch will process this information to provide your calories burned and intensity minutes.
Prominent Watch Strap
Every part of the watch matters. We picked the best material to build the watch strap which assists the heart rate sensor to provide accurate readings.
Available in three different colors, you can select the band of your choice that best fits your personality.
Accurate Elevation Readings
We know the importance of data accuracy, that's why the PACE features a barometric altimeter. Unlike most smartwatches, which use GPS to measure elevation changes, our barometer will use the Earth's atmospheric pressure to determine your altitude.
This is crucial for cyclists and trail-runners who need accurate elevation points while making those double-digit grade climbs.
Built for Longevity
No longer do you have to worry about continually charging your watch. With an innovative CPU system engineered for power optimization, the PACE will perform up to 30 days in standard mode and up to 25 hours in GPS mode.
Three Satellite System
GPS, GLONASS, and BDS satellites will work together to quickly locate your position and adjust altitude, even through interference outdoors. It ensures that wherever you are, you can rely on the watch to precisely know your location.
COROS UltraSync Technology cuts your average mobile app sync time in half after your workout. So long are the days you have to spend minutes holding your phone, waiting for the data to upload.
Fully customize your data screen metrics such as cadence, stride length, pace, stroke rate, and SWOLF.
After your workouts, improve your performance by analyzing your workout inside the COROS App with graphical statistics such as pace, cadence, elevation and heart rate zone activity.
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GPS Accuracy: COROS GPS is on par with Garmin when the environment is clear. Both watches usually beat and the same second on each mile. It will have differences when you go through complex trails such as heavy trees and tunnels. I can’t say who is better when each brand has its own way to deal with GPS lost or weaknesses. But overall the variation is acceptable (~0.2 miles in a 20 miles run).
Elevation accuracy: COROS wins. I had numerous times when Garmin told me my finish point elevation is much lower than start point while COROS almost gave me the accurate same reading (~50 feet for a 30 miles trail run). One thing to point out is Garmin auto calibrate your elevation using GPS from time to time, while you have to manually do it with Pace.
Much improved after the latest software update. The app allows to customize heart rate zone which is nice. I don’t own a chest HR band so it is hard to compare.
Battery: it claims 25 hours GPS time which is sufficient for ultra marathon, even for 100 miles if you run fast enough. I have my Garmin FR935 and Pace at the same charge and use, Pace has obviously longer battery life. See pictures attached. The down side is Pace currently doesn’t support ultra GPS mode, however it is promised to be delivered in June.
This is the noticeable disadvantage for Pace as Garmin has so many features including Strava intergration. However, I believe it is a matter of time for them to update the software and get the features on. So far they were pretty good at on schedule updates.
Pace is somehow in between with FR935 and FR735xt. The hardware is comparable with 935 but need catchup on software features. I have seen the critical review below and don’t agree with him. Things like track export aren’t something you need everyday. My last export of track from Garmin was probably two years ago because I need it for Google Earth.
At $299 it gives very good value compares to over priced Garmin watches. Also as a new company their service and engineering team are very responsive. I hope they can keep it up for the future. After all, this is the watch I will recommend to active athletes.
(for the record, it's Strava integration works awesome, BUT, you can't get the unaltered data (Strava applies filters and only offers GPX downloads))
Other weird quirks:
- Changing from Metric to Imperial doesn't change the Auto Laps from 1km to 1mi
- No way to change the clock from Military time
- No way to change the clock at all?
- No way to change the clock face
- Handled being paused very poorly (it didn't restart immediately despite saying it did and kept the data running?)
- No way to force a sync of the watch
- The GPS track wobbles A LOT
- Cannot change polling frequency or GPS policy (ala Garmin or Suunto)
- Data screens are nice, but very limited in customization (only can change 3 fields -- max of 4 fields per screen) -- you guys blatantly copied Garmin, why didn't also copy Suunto with their Spartan customization options -- they really are setting the standard.
- GPS acquisition was quick and seemed relatively accurate
- HR appears accurate and responsive. Haven't tried interval training yet.
- Band is comfortable and adaptable
- Interface is quick (albeit very unintuitive coming from Garmin/Suunto)
- Relatively inexpensive for a 25 hour triathlon watch (haven't tested it yet)
- Allows for barometric altimeter calibration
Overall, this watch could easily be 4-5 stars, but in it's current state isn't a watch I would recommend to anyone. They've had months of beta testing and the watch is missing some of the most basic things possible.
- Follow Garmin and allow the watch to connect to the computer as a drive -- that would solve one of the biggest issues right away.
- Allow the most customization of data fields/screens of anyone -- you are an unknown player and can really differentiate yourself this way.
- Start cranking out firmware updates -- even it's only a couple things. It reassures customers that you're doing SOMETHING. Saying "in June" does not inspire confidence. I will likely end up returning the watch before then and they you've lost a customer and potential advocate (I've owned dozens of different GPS watches and am someone who gives advice to tons of runners within my community).
Watch key placement is in the opposite position of Garmin which took me some time to get use to. But after two days I don’t have any problem at all. I can even say the COROS key position is an improvement from Garmin because you eliminate the chance of pressing the stop key by mistake in the workout if you bend the wrist.