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Polar Vantage V – Premium GPS Multisport Watch for Multisport & Triathlon Training (Heart Rate Monitor, Running Power, Waterproof)
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- Ultra long battery life: with up to 40 hours of training time with GPS active, The Polar Vantage V can stand up to your toughest training and grueling races
- Polar precision prime hr: Polar redefines the gold standard in optical heart RATE accuracy by combining the latest in bio-impedance electrodes and optical sensors
- Running power: accelerate the effectiveness and precision of your training with running power. Captured for the first time EVER directly from the wrist, The Vantage V can help fine-tune your effort
- Training load Pro: separating cardio load, muscle load and perceived load, Polar training load Pro provides an unparalleled look into how your training affects your body
- Recovery Pro: taking into account factors outside of training that can influence recovery, recovery Pro provides a holistic view of not only what you've done, But tells you what to do next
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Polar Vantage V
Premium GPS Sports Watch for Multisport & Triathlon Training
Train smarter and discover the winner within yourself with Polar Vantage V, a premium multisport watch designed for pro athletes and for anyone who trains like a pro.
- Training Load Pro and Recovery Pro
- Running power from the wrist
- Polar Precision Prime sensor fusion technology
- Ultra long battery life: 40h in training mode
- Integrated GPS
- Built-in barometer
- Nightly Recharge and Sleep Plus Stages
- 130+ sports profiles; always-on color touch display
Wrist-based Running Power
Polar Vantage V is the first mutlisport watch to measure running power from the wrist without any additional foot pods or power meters.
GPS and Barometer
Integrated GPS for accurate speed, distance and route tracking. Assisted GPS for fast fix times. Barometric altitude, incline, ascent and descent.
Innovative Tracking for Swimming
Polar Vantage V detects your heart rate, swimming style, distance, pace, strokes and rest times. Distance and strokes get tracked also in open water swimming.
Training Load Pro & Recovery Pro
Get a comprehensive view of how your training sessions strain your body in different ways. Avoid over-training and injuries and follow your recovery level on a daily and longer-term basis. Recovery Pro requires Polar H10 HR sensor.
Stay connected with notifications from your phone. Get alerts for incoming calls, messages, emails, calendar events and more – from family and friends and also from your coach.
Polar is the ultimate choice in heart rate monitors for athletes of all levels. Join the Polar community and share your experiences in social media.
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Style: Pro (Includes H10 HRM Chest Strap) | Color: Black
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Long time Polar fan, I ran my M400 into the ground, bought one for my significant other (who still uses it frequently) and thought it was an outstanding, all-around great product designed for multisport athletes. It got me through everything between 10-100K. When it finally died, I thought I'd splurge and I bought the M600 when it was first released. It brought me nothing but grief and is arguably the worst designed product ever. Crap battery, touch screen face (awful to use when sweaty, which is all the time in FL), the Android Wear interface is just clumsy, etc... Worst of all for an endurance athlete - unreliable.
Having had that experience, I was starting to have doubts about the updated Polar product lines, but didn't want to buy the V800 as it was missing some features I wanted like the wrist HR. I began to look at other companies until this came along.
Granted, the price jump was steep going from a $300 watch to a $550 watch, but I haven't regretted it for a moment. There are some techy folks out there who can do that stuff in much better detail, but here's what I love:
-Optical HR is accurate and great for about 90% of my runs. If I want to do some crazy interval stuff, the H10 HR monitor is a slick upgrade from their last and is used in other applications as well
- Orthostatic test is amazing. I started using it daily from day one and it's like it reads my body's mind. My training schedule doesn't always pair perfectly with it's advice, but it has helped me manage over training as I prepare for a 100 miler. Every morning I'm asked if I'm more sore than yesterday, more strained than yesterday and how well I slept. Just by asking the questions, I think it helps you to be more evaluative review of where you're at rather than just getting up and hammering out the next workout mindlessly.
- EASE OF USE - They moved away from the M600 nonsense (a return to buttons helped greatly with that) and navigation on the watch reminds me of my M400, just with more bells and whistles. Simple, intuitive and anyone familiar with Polar products will immediately be comfortable
-Wrist strap - no more of that garbage stretchy rubber they use, this band is much nicer, doesn't get stinky and while there's a little give, it feels and looks much nicer. Can also be replaced which is nice
- Charger improvement - while I'm still on the fence with Polar's magnetic charger, it is leaps and bounds better than the M600, which would barely stay attached. This one encompasses the entire back of the watch and the connection is much more reliable
-BATTERY LIFE - This is a game changer for Polar. I ran (x7) and worked out in the gym (x5) for over a week on a single charge. Even my M400 couldn't pull that off. Today's run was 1:07:00 ish and it only dropped the batter by about 4% overall, including the wrist HR and the sounds on. Amazingly, with slight settings tweaks, this will stay up and running for any ultra-marathon I throw at it
-Data/analytics - So much info, I think only pro athletes and trainers could use it all, but it sure is fun as hell to see it anyways. Polar added power from the wrist and the new Cardio Load report which is immensely helpful in understanding why I perform they way I do and how I can tweak my targets to meet my goals.
-Sleep stats - M600 also had this, but when you have to CONSTANTLY charge the damn thing, it's probably happening when you're sleeping. Not the case with this watch and I'm actually seeing an improvement in my sleep habits just from seeing what I've been up to. Even asks how well you
To be fair and balanced:
- No way to see the actual power level until plugged in, hope that comes in an update. Right now it only shows a battery icon with a bar which is meh
- Connection issues to PolarFlow continue to plague the connection to the computer, so I would recommend syncing by phone only
- Changing workouts on the fly is still iffy and I haven't been able to figure out how to revisit a workout I haven't completed yet (going into past days)
- Screens while working out can be added and modified, but it's a little clunky and I haven't really played with it much.
-Polar Flow is great, but if you're creating workouts for months in advance, the website is cumbersome. I'm getting used to the season planner features, but am not at a place yet where I would review.
All in, a huge leap for Polar, puts them in the higher-end Garmin or Suunto categories for serious athletes or those who take their training seriously. I would recommend without reservation.
I have factory reset everything several times and nothing seems to fix it. For $500 this is better as a cat toy than an HR monitor. As you see on the screenshots. My phone is better at it....
The Vantage V now offers a touchscreen and adds and Altimeter. The new wrist-based power by Power is a cool feature that translates in multisport. It now has 9 LEDs on the wrist-based heart rate is the most accurate that I have used. With 1 sec intervals of recording the battery life of the long days of training and racing.
The new sleek look to this watch allows me to wear this all the time and doesn't feel as bulky during the performance.