Epson E11E223052 ProSense 367 GPS Multisport Watch with Ultra Long Battery Life and Sapphire Glass - Black
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- Built-in GPS — RouteSense GPS technology accurately tracks your route, distance, pace and more.Smartphone Compatibility:iPhone, Android
- Ultra long GPS battery life, #1 in its class* — up to 46 hours with GPS on.
- Stylish, lightweight design; robust and water resistant — comfortable fit designed for premium performance.
- EasyView display with brilliant sapphire screen — wide-angle, high-contrast screen for superior readability.
- Wrist-based heart rate monitor — highly accurate and convenient CardioSense HR technology.
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Epson View App:
ProSense watches automatically upload** to the Epson View App and Web portal, where all your workout and activity data come to life. Looking for a sidekick? We don't mind if you want to hook up with one of our partner apps and automatically upload your data**. ProSense watches support RunKeeper, Strava and other popular running apps.
Luxury GPS Multisport Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate and Long Battery Life
Developed by Epson, is one of the leader in sensing technology, the stylish, easy-to-use ProSense 367 helps you train like a pro with accuracy and training features for athletes of all levels. Monitor your performance with RouteSense GPS and CardioSense heart rate technologies, which display key stats on our premium, sapphire-glass, EasyView display. This sleek watch features the best GPS battery life in its class* - up to 46 hours, and tracks running, swimming, cycling and other daily activities, automatically transmitting data to the intuitive Epson View App** for analysis or goal tracking.
Multitasking Made Easy
We understand that while running is your big love, you might also want to jump in the pool or head out on your bike. With ProSense, keeping track of your cross training is easy. ProSense multisport watches track running and treadmill workouts, as well as indoor and outdoor cycling and swimming.
#1 GPS Battery1 Life in its Class*
ProSense 367 watches offer, with up to 46 hours, the best GPS battery life in their class*, so you don’t have to worry if they will have enough juice to track data for your entire run. Charge your watch less often and know that you will finish strong.
Workout alerts help you stay on pace and the built-in Smart Stride sensor automatically measures cadence and stride length. Training effect, recovery time and VO2 max estimates let you see your true fitness level and take the guessing out of your performance.
Keep Your Goals in Sight with the EasyView Display
Never lose sight of your progress. ProSense watches make it easy with a wide-angle, high-contrast sapphire screen that offers superior readability. Your stats are clearly visible, whatever the lighting and weather conditions.
Not Just a Pretty Face
ProSense watches are stylish and lightweight. Designed for performance, they feature a comfortable and breathable band and robust, water-resistant design. The ideal running companion, these sleek performers fit like a glove and deliver critical data, right at your wrist.
All You Need - Right at your Fingertips
With smart connectivity and notifications, ProSense watches are like having your own personal assistant. Get alerts for email and text messages, as well as calendar entries and calls. You can even control your music**.
|ProSense 17||ProSense 57||ProSense 307||ProSense 347||ProSense 367|
|Sport Modes||Run, Walk, Treadmill||Run, Walk, Treadmill||Run, Walk, Treadmill, Bike (Indoor/Outdoor), Swim (Indoor/Outdoor)||Run, Walk, Treadmill, Bike (Indoor/Outdoor), Swim (Indoor/Outdoor)||Run, Walk, Treadmill, Bike (Indoor/Outdoor), Swim (Indoor/Outdoor)|
|Integrated Heart Rate Sensor||Optional||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Life (GPS & HR Mode)||13 hours (GPS only)||10 hours||20 hours||46 hours||46 hours|
|Display||LCD Display (128 x 128 resolution)||LCD Display (128 x 128 resolution)||EasyView Display (240 x 240 resolution)||EasyView Display (240 x 240 resolution) Mineral Glass||EasyView Display (240 x 240 resolution) Sapphire Glass|
|Quick-release ProSilicone Band||-||-||✓||✓||✓|
Developed by Epson, a leader in sensing technology, the stylish, easy-to-use ProSense 367 helps you train like a pro with accuracy and training features for athletes of all levels. Monitor your performance with RouteSense GPS and CardioSense heart rate technologies, which display key stats on our premium, sapphire-glass, EasyView display. This sleek watch features the best GPS battery life in its class* — up to 46 hours, and tracks running, swimming, cycling and other daily activities, automatically transmitting data to the intuitive Epson View App** for analysis or goal tracking. You can even share data** on social media or popular running apps like Runkeeper or Strava.
* Compared to popular GPS running watches within the same category in standard GPS and heart rate tracking mode as of June 2017. User customization may affect battery life.
** When paired, via Bluetooth, with a smart device (iOS and Android).
*** See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options.
**** SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.
- Product Dimensions : 1.85 x 1.85 x 0.62 inches; 2.26 Ounces
- Item model number : E11E223052
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : November 2, 2017
- Manufacturer : Epson Golf
- ASIN : B075S49D36
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App? Complete and utter trash! Check the review on the Epson app before buying. It basically makes all smart functions of the watch pointless. Making your watch a glorified Casio from the 80s.
1. Eight-Day Battery Life
I can get 7 to 8 days between charges which is simply awesome compared to the every day or every other day of other watches.
I turn off bluetooth to get to 8 days and then turn it on when charging and sync with the phone app. That 8 days is still with going on Runs or walks each day that use GPS during the exercise. It's simply phenomenal.
Downside? Charging time is about 2 hours if not a little more.
2. Round Form Factor
I know there are android wear watches that are round, but this watch does such a good watch being a smartwatch (LED screen) and the round form factor. A lot can fit on the screen, but it does a good job highlight the important metrics which can easily be seen at a glance.
It just looks and feels natural, and I've received complements on how nice it looks.
3. You don't want to be over-connected
I don't need or want emails and texts to interrupt my life. I also don't want a device sending out strong radio signals (non-ionizing radiation) from my wrist. I can turn off bluetooth and sync only when I need to.
This does have a feature where the watch can notify you of text messages. I turned it on, but it was a bit clunky, and you couldn't read all of a text message, and I turned the feature back off.
4. You want to improve your running, walking, swimming and overall health
The watch really shines at what it was designed to do.
Bottom line, is that it has helped me get out more, train more, and improve.
More specifically, the watch can help track a number of sports:
- Running: The watch helps you keep track of pacing, distance, heart rate, cadence, stride and more.
The benefit of being an LCD is that it is always on. A quick glance shows you your progress no matter how bright the sun is outside.
I've really enjoyed that it shows pacing so I can see where I'm at and where I want to be when running.
You can view your results on the watch or on the phone. A cool thing about the app is that it will tell you how well (or not) your workout benefited your cardiovascular health.
- Walking: The watch can track your progress and metrics similar to a run.
- Swimming: This one is fantastic. It tracks your laps, and what stroke you're using. I love it for this. Since I'm a wimp, I have to rest between laps sometimes, and the watch detects this and changes the face/complication to show seconds "resting" and my current heart rate. It's brilliant. I can see at what heart rate I'm all tired out at, let it decrease and then get back at it after the short breather.
- Hiking, treadmill, cycling, exercise bike, open water, triathlon, and other:
These are the other workouts you can track. The "other" workout tracks GPS, but you can turn that off. It's good for things like P90X or other workouts where you want to track your heart rate and workout.
5. Apple Health Connection
The watch connects and sends it's data through the epson app to the Apple Health app on the iPhone. Steps, workout, heart rate, etc. get transferred over which is great.
The downside is that restful sleep doesn't get transferred over, only total time in bed. I wish that it did restful sleep like other smart watches I've used (like the Misfit Shine).
Hopefully, they'll add this in the future.
6. Sapphire Glass
The watch face is made from sapphire which if I understand correctly is bested in hardness only by diamond. I have noticed no scratches at all. You don't need a screen protector on it like you would for the Apple watch. Yes, you can get an Apple Watch with Sapphire glass but not on the entry models.
I really like that this has sapphire to protect against scratches. It really ups the quality of the watch.
7. Weight and Fit
Due to the size, I thought that the watch would be a beast to wear, but it fits comfortably with a silicone band, and the watch does not feel heavy. There's weight to it, but it's not a drag on the wrist.
I wondered if it would look too massive on my wrist, but it fits beautifully.
I appreciate that there are so many size options on the band, it really makes for a great fit, and silicone is a great material for comfort and non-reactive.
A few quips
Some have noted dead pixels. Mine does not have any dead pixels looking at the watch normally or with the backlight on. However, if I tilt the watch away from me and turn on the backlight (by pressing any button), I can see one or two brighter pixels. These can't be seen when looking at the watch normally, it's only when I angle the watch so it doesn't bug me. After weeks and weeks of testing, the pixels and screen have performed as expected.
THere's an option to have the backlight turn on when you turn your wrist to view, but I turned that option off. I slept with the watch on, and it would sometimes blind me at night when turning. You can simply push a button and get the backlight on.
Although I like the silicon band, it is a dust magnate. Just wash the dust off, and it's fine. Sometimes the loose end of the watch band will slip out of the keeper (not the buckle, but the little insert for the end of the band). Not a big deal, but it would be nice if that were a little more grippy.
Syncing sometimes takes a while. When first out of the box, it wanted to update the firmware which took an hour or so. I wish they would speed up that process, but I've only had to do that once, and it was while it was charging, so not a big deal, just be prepared for that.
Overall - I love it
Overall, I really enjoy this watch because I get the functionality of a great sports watch with a beautiful watch face, great battery life, and I don't have to receive text messages to my wrist, in fact, I can turn off the connectivity, and not have a device that sends off non-ionizing tradition straight from my wrist. If you're looking for a watch to help you train, get up and move, and be more healthy this is a great choice.
The screen is easy to read. It appears to use E Ink technology (like the screens used for Kindle readers), so it's easily visible in all conditions. The backlight works well - I suggest turning off the wrist-activated backlight, and set it to turn on whenever a button is pressed. Otherwise it'll randomly turn on in the middle of the night whenever you swivel your wrist.
Before going on a run, press a button and it'll start tracking your GPS location and other data like heart rate and intensity of your workout. In the Android app, it will graph this data based on how long (or alternatively how far) you ran. It can also show you the path you ran on a map. The pre-programmed sport trackers include running, walking, biking, indoor running, indoor walking, indoor biking, pool swimming, open water swimming, triathlon, other 1, and other 2. I've only used the walking option. There is no skiing tracker on the watch (although skiing is listed in the app... which doesn't really make sense).
The pulse monitor works pretty well. It uses a little blinking green light on the back of the watch, which measures the pulse very accurately. There is an option to monitor constantly or only when exercising. If you choose to monitor constantly, it does not save the data (as far as I know), but it allows the sleep tracker to work.
The sleep tracker automatically figures out when you're sleeping, and how long you're sleeping. It isn't very accurate, and only tracks how long you slept (not sleep quality).
The problems are mostly with the app (which could get updated eventually). If you change some of the settings, you have to manually synchronize with the watch before changing to a different settings screen (you can't just change a bunch of stuff, and then synchronize everything all at once when you're done). You also can't trim your exercise time; for example, I failed to stop recording my walking at a park, and it recorded my drive home, and there was no way to delete the last 5 minutes of the recording. But again, this is part of the app, so it could get updated.
Overall, this is a good watch. Not perfect, but for someone who is serious about fitness, it will fit their needs nicely.