- Made in the USA and Imported
- 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
- unisex-adult, User Guide;Charging Cable, Plastic
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GPS Multi-Sport Smartwatch with Built-In Heart Rate Monitor and Barometric Altimeter
Whether you’re competing in a triathlon, running a marathon, or freestyle swimming, you should never have to worry about your athletic performance. That’s why we've engineered the COROS PACE to help take your fitness goals, one step further.
PACE is designed to deliver your performance metrics, when you need it most. This premium, lightweight GPS multi-sport watch provides advanced statistics for your running, swimming and cycling activities, all while out-pacing the competition on reliability.
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 aids the heart rate sensor to provide accurate readings.
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.
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.
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 17, 2009
- Manufacturer : COROS
- ASIN : B07KY58RD7
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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.
Functionality: It meets my needs but may not meet yours. As of today, there is NO SUPPORT for add-on devices like chest straps, bike power meters, etc. It is promised and they do support ANT+ and BTLE connectivity, but I am always hesitant to buy anything before it has my critical functionality. For me, that means optical heart rate (I don't really even care if it is accurate, as long as it is consistently off so I can determine my effort level), GPS in swim, bike, and run modes. Long battery life (I can live with a week, but I refuse to charge my watch daily--sorry Apple).
Build: It's all plastic, which I like. It makes it light enough I don't notice it on my wrist. Also, the strap is made of a pliable rubber(ish) material that is more comfortable than the Garmin, Fitbit or Polar products I've used in the past. (5/5). Four buttons, with the right buttons being up/down, and the left side being up a level/select. Navigation is intuitive. Charger is a clip, like Garmin. Anybody in this space heard of magnetic chargers besides samsung? C'mon guys we like easy. Qi wireless charging would be really cool.
Screen: Readable but smaller print/font/icons than on my V800. Not a big deal though as you can customize the data layouts during workouts, although the watch face is fixed. I found this a bit odd and expect at least a few options to choose from in the future. I prefer a clean watch look to info overload. Screen is dim with washed out colors which I'm fine with as long as I get at least 7 day battery life with 8-10 hours of workout activity.
Battery: Not enough time to say, but icon still shows 100% after 1 day of use, with some light workout testing.
GPS: Locks on quickly.
HR (onboard optical): Seems to be pretty solid but I haven't pushed it in a workout yet with my Polar on as a comparison.
Phone app: Basic, certainly not as mature as the major players, but again, I don't care. If you are look for recovery/TSS, etc. Look elsewhere or perhaps you can get it via the strava linkage. I was able to link the devices by the QR code in 30 seconds. It updated the firmware and off I go. Ability to determine which apps get to send notifications to the watch. Works as desired but note there is NO QUICK REPLY functionality, which would be nice. Mostly I just want to know when I get a text, appt, or phone call, as sometimes my phone is silenced and I don't notice the vibration.
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Dislikes: Doesn't like working indoors. Wouldn't reliably link to my two turbo trainers (Bkool Smart Go Pro, CycleOps H2) (drops every 3 seconds), and wouldn't link reliably to my power metre on my bicycle. Not recording all my turns whilst swimming indoors. No ability to mix metric and imperial, so I had miles and Fahrenheit instead of Celsius which is the standard over here in the UK. Coros support not the best.
I purchased this watch in Dec 2018 and at the time I was only running and swimming. I noticed that sometimes whilst swimming it would not count my turns all the time and I would have to stop and start the activity until it started working, but even then some times it would not record turns for maybe three 25mtr length at a time during the activity. I contacted Coros via the app, but had no response. I soon started cycling indoors and found that the watch would just drop the signal to the trainer every 3 seconds, the heart rate and cadence sensors all continued to work, just not the power meter. I thought this could be the trainer and was in the process of buying the H2, so waiting until it arrived. I soon noticed that the issue was exactly the same with both turbo trainers. I contacted Coros and received no response via the app. I waited a couple of weeks and then sent an email directly. Coros responded but due to Chinese NY they took 5 weeks to formulate a technical response. During the five weeks I noticed the lap counting on swimming was quite bad, my friend swims with a Garmin, they recorded 2200 metres, and I recorded 1900, 300 metres short, although we swam side by side. I worked with Coros for months to try and resolve these issues receiving an update in the process, but all to no effect. In the end Coros stated that the watch would not work effectively with the turbo trainers or power metre.
This watch has loads of potential and I really wanted it to be great. If it had worked with my Turbo's, I would have been happy to continue working with Coros to iron out the swim bug, but as they gave up, I soon did as well. Fortunately Amazon are amazing and I was able to get a refund outside the 30 days policy as the watch was not fit for purpose for me. After my recent accident, I no longer cycle outdoors unless with the cycle club on the weekends. So I'm missing out on loads of cycling and decided to buy a turbo trainer to keep my fitness which is working perfectly for me. Just a shame the watch kept dropping the connection to the trainer. All other signals, by the way, were 99% accurate. HRM on the watch and with Garmin Strap, cadence metre, all my ANT+ worked 99%, just not the turbo for what ever reason.
If your exercise routine is outdoors, buy this watch. It's great for running and cycling outdoors!
Can view up to six data fields on workout face, which is perfect for me. Better than the four on my previous Garmin watch. The watch face is nice and clear to view when riding.
Syncing to the Coros app is seamless and syncing to strava is quick.
The strap is soft and comfortable.
Battery life is great, but I don’t think it will get anywhere near the 25 days it states.
For a £179 it’s a fantastic watch
Just hope future software updates are reliable as this is the reason I got rid of my Garmin watch. Their software updates always mucked something up badly.
The barometer and compass are useful too
If you’re like me and just want a watch to track your ride or run and don’t need the masses of health metrics and data, then you won’t go wrong with this watch
I would definately reccomend Coros