Polar V800 – exciting updates inside and out
Today, we unveiled an evolved Polar V800,that comes with some exciting updates - inside and out. The future updates and new colors make it a perfect match for anyone serious about sports.
One of our long-time Polar users, the Ironman 70.3 World Champion Javier Gómez Noya, has relied on Polar products in his training for years. To celebrate this, we are bringing out a Javier Gómez Noya Special Edition in the beginning of May. This bundle, designed for triathletes, includes the new all-black Polar V800, the universal bike mount and the cadence sensor to make it a perfect fit for any triathlete. In addition to the Javier Gómez Noya bundle and the all-black Polar V800, we’re bringing some color to the family with a red Polar V800 later this summer.
Running is one of the most popular sports in the world and keeping this in mind we will be bringing lots of exciting running features to the V800 in the future. Among these is the already released long term analysis of the running index. It allows users to not only see the development of their running efficiency, but also to predict their race times based on their running training. Earlier this spring, the Polar V800 was updated with running cadence from the wrist. Along with this feature no additional sensors are needed for measuring the cadence.
One of the many still to come feature updates will be the possibility to import 3rd party GPX tracks. It means you can import GPX tracks to Flow from other services and be able to experience them using your Polar V800. The usability of the route guidance function on the device side will also be enhanced. But this is just the beginning, there’s still much more to come…
It is a priority for us here at Polar that all the Polar V800 users have a top-notch training tool on their wrists. This means that all the coming feature updates will be available also for the current Polar V800 users.