Epson ProSense 347 GPS Multisport Watch with Heart Rate and Ultra Long Battery Life - Black
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- Built-in GPS — RouteSense GPS technology accurately tracks your route, distance, pace and more.
- 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 easy-to-read mineral 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.
GPS Multisport Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate and Long Battery Life
Developed by Epson, a leader in sensing technology, the easy-to-use, easy-to-read ProSense 347 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 the premium mineral-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 deeper 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 Battery Life in its Class*
ProSense 347 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 mineral-glass 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 easy-to-use, easy-to-read ProSense 347 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 the premium 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 deeper 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; 2.19 Ounces
- Item model number : E11E223042
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : November 2, 2017
- Manufacturer : Epson Golf
- ASIN : B075RYCPJD
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Here's my breakdown, positives:
- Awesome display, very easy to read
- Long battery life
- HR sensor is fairly accurate
- Bluetooth iOS setup was smooth, did not encounter any problems.
- The GPS locked fairly quickly.
- 4 different faces are included (see pics).
- Sport Tracking include (Run, Walk, Treadmill, Bike, Pool Swim, Open Water, and Triathlon)
- No altimeter, I like to track my steps including floors climbed.
- No sleep monitor.
- The wristband is short, my wrist is not that big and it has very little slack left.
- The wristband is a lint and dust magnet.
- I have a stuck pixel in the display, kind of annoying actually, but doesn't stop functionality
- No wireless charging.
Overall an excellent multisport activity tracker, the watch looks very sporty and the look is comparable to the Garmin Fenix line. The app works well for what's available now, you can link this up to Strava, Runkeeper, TrainingPeaks, and MapMyFitness, but it doesn't show MyFitnessPal at this time, I hope that gets added as well. This is a great watch for any enthusiast that wants HR and GPS tracking ability, the watch does feel really good on the wrist, its so light that its barely noticeable its on my wrist, great watch!
When I use the GPS exercise mode, the results start showing big differences. On today's run, Garmin recorded 4.02 miles while Epson says 3.9 miles. That's a 3% difference which is close enough for me. Garmin says 529 calories and Epson says 955 calories. Garmin says 535 feet of elevation gain and Epson says 1142 feet. I know Garmin has a barometric altimeter, while Epson is using GPS elevation, which is notoriously inaccurate. Does Epson's terrible elevation data cause a wildly inaccurate calorie count? I could not find any information on Epson's calorie calculation in their documentation, so I really cannot trust it.
Both devices give me heart rate readings with graphs by time or broken out by training zones. The numbers look close enough for my purposes. Both devices also give me maps of my route, which is is nice to have for reviewing later, especially if it is a new route to me.
The Epson is a much larger device (both width and thickness), as shown in the photo. While the Garmin is not especially attractive, at least it is relatively unobtrusive. Epson is big enough to feel clunky on my wrist, especially if I am wearing it all day (to take advantage of the step counter).
Both devices have a smartphone app that syncs your data and also sends notifications to the watch. I'm using this watch with a Google Pixel Android phone. The Garmin app by default uploads your data to the Garmin website. With Epson, you have to upload to a 3rd party website like Strava, which may not be compatible with all the data that your device is collecting.
Notifications work much better with Garmin than Epson. For incoming phone calls, both Garmin and Epson will display the caller ID or contact name so I don't have to pull out my phone to see who is calling. For incoming emails, Garmin displays the sender name and subject line, while Epson just says "you have mail". For text messages, Garmin shows the contact name and message. Epson shows no notification for text messages.
The only advantage (for my use case) that I can find with this Epson watch is the much longer battery life. Garmin claims 1 week of battery life with the GPS off or 13 hours with the GPS on. Epson claims 46 hours of battery life with the GPS on, which I suppose is great for some ultra endurance sports. For me, I never exercise more than 8 hours in a day.