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Epson E11E222042 ProSense 57 GPS Running Watch with Heart Rate from The Wrist - Red
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- Built-in GPS — RouteSense GPS technology accurately tracks your route, distance, pace and more.
- Wrist-based heart rate monitor — highly accurate and convenient CardioSense HR technology.
- Easy-to-use menu — easily navigate via 5 simple buttons.
- Long GPS battery life — up to 10 hours with GPS on.
- All-day activity tracking — track steps, heart rate, calories and sleep.
|Color||ProSense 57 - Red|
|Included Components||Watch , charging clip , start guide|
|Number of Items||1|
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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 Running Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate and Easy Activity Tracking
Developed by Epson, a leader in sensing technology, the easy-to-use ProSense 57 helps you train like a pro with accuracy and training features for runners of all levels. Monitor your performance with RouteSense GPS and CardioSense heart rate technologies, which display key stats right at your wrist. This stylish watch features an intuitive menu and a long, up to 10 hours, GPS battery life. Control music, receive notification and track heart rate, steps, calories, and sleep - it automatically transmits your fitness data to the Epson View App. Available in black, kale green, and red.
Never Skip a Beat with CardioSense HR
ProSense watches feature a convenient and comfortable wrist-based heart monitor. CardioSense HR technology delivers highly-accurate and convenient data, right at the wrist.
World Class Battery Life
ProSense 57 watches offer world class battery life, 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.
Take Control with an Intuitive Menu
Get going - at the touch of a button. Designed for ease of use, ProSense watches feature an intuitive, 5-button design, so you can spend more time running and less time reading a user’s manual.
Make Every Step Count with All-day Activity Tracking
Knowledge is power. So why not get the facts on your daily activity, 24/7? Discover important stats such as steps, calories and sleep.
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.
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.
|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 ProSense 57 helps you train like a pro with accuracy and training features for runners of all levels. Monitor your performance with RouteSense GPS and CardioSense heart rate technologies, which display key stats right at your wrist. This stylish watch features an intuitive menu and a long GPS battery life. Track heart rate, steps, calories and sleep — it automatically transmits data to the Epson View App* for analysis or goal tracking. Control your playlist, receive notifications and even share data* on popular running apps. Available in black, kale green and red.
* 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.
Color: ProSense 57 - Red
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To start, it's super light weight and at times I almost forget I'm wearing it. I've even been sleeping in it to track my rest. I'm not a runner but needed something to motivate me to keep being active. This has actually got me looking for more ways to get steps in so I meet the goals I've set as well as tracking my walks when I work out. It's a bit gratifying to pull up the app and see where I've been. You can actually look on your history screen to see the periods during the day where you were active versus sedentary. Again, helpful for me as it presents a challenge to beat my own actions from the day before.
I only use the phone/text/email notifications when I'm working out fo a cursory glance to see if it's anything to do with the kids. I turn it off for the rest of the time. It's the same with GPS, I only use it if I'm outdoors walking. I get a ton of battery life, about 2 days out of each charge. One thing I really wanted it for was the sleep tracker. Since having kids I don't feel like I sleep well and never get truly restorative rest. According to my sleep tracker I don't get any 'deep' sleep, ever. I could honestly buy this assessment for myself but my hubby sleeps like a rock. I had him wear the watch to see what his results were and according to the tracker, he didn't get deep sleep either. We are either doing something wrong or there is some kind of issue.
I really like the heart rate monitor, it's showing just how out of shape I am. If nothing else this is a great motivator. I'm not crazy about the size or style as it's a bit too bulky for me but I can see it easily enough. It hasn't stopped me from wearing it constantly. Overall, minus the sleep issue, I've enjoyed using this watch/health monitor. It's a solid four star for helping me to get more motivated.
The 57 fits my needs very well. From an aesthetic point of view it’s pretty nice. For a guy I have relatively small wrists and a lot of watches look like I’m wearing a hockey puck on my arm. The 57 looks nice with a large round face. The housing is a non-reflective black plastic. The strap is rubbery and feels nice on the wrist. The strap has a lot of holes in it so I found a comfortable fit and the additional holes allows it to breath. The watch/band is very light. I hardly notice that I’m wearing it.
The watch has a total of five buttons. Up, down and enter on the right and back and start/stop on the left. The default display shows you the date/day, the time (minutes and seconds but you can turn seconds off in the settings), your current heart rate, a bar that shows you where your heart rate is on a 1 to 5 scale, and the bottom of the screen shows if your Bluetooth is connected or not, a battery indicator, and the letters HR that blink when it’s not detecting a heart rate and stay solid when it does.
When I first received the watch I plugged in the charger to a USB port and then clipped it onto the watch. I really like how this watch charges. My wife uses a Fitbit and she has to take the watch out of the band and insert it into the charger. The Epson charger just clips on and off.
Setting the watch up was straightforward. I downloaded the Epson View app onto my Android phone but I set the watch up on the watch rather than using the app. It walked me through everything. I found that the buttons on the sides of the watch were intuitive – go up or down in a list, enter to select, back – it all made sense without digging through a manual. The guide that comes packaged with the watch will get you started but there’s an 87 page user manual on the Epson website for the ProSense 17/57 that’ll answer just about any question you can come up with. I did have to fire up the app to connect the Bluetooth to the phone I will be using with the watch. That was quick and worked the first time. After the initial setup it was easy to change settings on the watch itself although you could change them in the app and your phone will then download the changes to the phone. You can also see your history on the phone but I find that easier to view on the phone because of the screen size.
Speaking of the screen. The watch has a backlit face. You can turn the backlight off if you want. If you don’t you can elect to have it come on when you flick your wrist and/or press a button. I wasn’t sure why I’d want to turn it off until I was in the middle of an exercise routine and the battery was getting low. I’m not sure how much battery life that saved but I made it to the end. The point is, Epson didn’t force anything on me. I got to choose what to do. I should also note that without the backlight on the watch is pretty easy to read in normal light conditions if you’re looking straight at it.
In actual usage the watch is easy to use. You select what you’re doing (run, walk, treadmill, or stopwatch), pick your settings for that activity and go for it. The watch does have GPS and it connected quickly and immediately put me into running mode and showed me my distance, pace, etc. At the end of my run it saved the workout so I could review it later. The battery is OK. How long it lasts between charges is obviously going to heavily depend on what you're doing. If I simply wear it as a watch and don't flick around the screens, etc I can easily get two days between charges. If I go on a run and have GPS on I won't get anywhere near that but I'd estimate the battery is good for 12+ hours with heavy use. I just clip on the charger every night and I haven't had a problem. Granted, it won't measure my sleep when I do that but that's not something I'm tracking.
As a smartwatch the Epson is adequate but that’s not what it’s trying to be. Once I connected it to my phone I was able to get notifications when I received an email, a text, or an appointment reminder. You won’t see the full email, text, or calendar entry but you will receive the first part of each of those and you’ll have to pull out your phone to see the rest. It’s a nice feature and it’s easy enough to turn off (just disconnect the Bluetooth) if you don’t want to be bothered.
Overall I’m happy with this watch. It’s not the brightest, and shiniest, and doesn’t have features you’d find on much more expensive watches but I’m just an average guy who wants to keep track of things without a bunch of complications so it works well for me.