Polar Sleep PlusTM
Your watch tracks your sleep if you wear it at night. It detects when you fall asleep and when you wake up and collects the data for deeper analysis in the Polar Flow app and web service. The watch observes your hand movement during the night to track all interruptions over the entire sleep span, and tells you how much time you actually spent asleep.
Sleep data on your watch
In time view, use the UP and DOWN buttons to navigate to the Sleep watch face.
When your watch detects that you've woken up, it will show your sleep time on the watch face.
You can also manually stop the sleep tracking. Already awake? is shown on the sleep watch face when your watch has detected at least four hours of sleep. Press OK to tell the watch that you're awake, choose Stop tracking your sleep and the watch summarizes your sleep instantly.
Open your sleep summary by pressing OK. The sleep summary view displays the following information:
Sleep data in the Flow app and web service
Your sleep data is shown in the Flow app and web service after your watch is synced. You can view the timing, amount, and quality of your sleep. You can set Your preferred sleep time to define how long you aim to sleep every night. You can also rate your sleep in the Flow app and web service. You will receive feedback on how you slept based on your sleep data, your preferred sleep time and your sleep rating.
In the Flow web service, you can view your sleep under the Sleep tab in your Diary. You can also include your sleep data to Activity reports under the Progress tab.
By following your sleep patterns you can see if they’re affected by any changes in your daily life and find the right balance between rest, daily activity and training.
Learn more about the Polar Sleep Plus in this in-depth guide.