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As you can see the V800 is in the same ballpark as other watches.  It’s a little bit skinnier (width and depth) than most other units, but still tends to be about the length:USB cable for data sync with PC or Mac via Polar FlowSync Bluetooth Smart Hybrid solution for sensors: BT Smart & 5kHz (heart rate, stride, bike speed, cadence, power) Polar Flow web service compatibility with Mac OS X 10.6, OS X 10.7, OS X 10.8, or later, and PC Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, or later Polar Flow mobile app compatibility Updatable software Compatible third-party power meters (Check third-party compatibility) UI languages English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, German, Italian, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese

Further, you can also use automatic laps, which are separate (in addition) to manual laps.  These can be configured for example for every 1-mile (or kilometer), and then will automatically show on the display, as well as afterwards in Polar Flow:I know this watch is old , but would it still be worth looking at , if one were able to pick it up for cheap brand new with the HR bundle ? or just put that money towards a newer modern watch ?Directs you to your starting point in the shortest distance possible (straight line distance), as well as shows the distance to your starting point.Most adults do very well with eight hours of sleep, but sleep needs may vary from about six to nine hours. Your sleep needs are affected by several factors like individual characteristics, training load, mental stress, body’s condition and possible sleep debt.

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  1. g the price is right? Seems given its age, or maybe because a new model is on the way, retailers are dropping the price. I know Gar
  2. Note that you cannot compare your results of orthostatic test to your friends’ results: they are individual and apply only to you.
  3. So if the best GPS and HRM accuracy, and in-water swim HRM readout, aren’t your #1/2/3 critical features, then (as a currently very happy V800 user here), I’d at least consider alternatives. If you aren’t worried that your GPS varies by an extra 100ft per mile, and if you never use the near-ECG quality HR tests and statistics and just want “BPM” at a point in time, and the in-water swim/Gymlink abilities aren’t important (or never used) then the “rest” of the field offer more.
  4. Given that those free-trial days are to create the habit of you using Strava regularly, and 7 days being way too short especially when the weather is bad, it’s a smart move to extend that trial period anyways.
  5. Hi, everyone who is hypothesizing about the next V800…I want one too, so I just asked Polar via support request. This was the response: “At the moment there is no word on the successor to the V800. Any information out there is purely rumor and/or speculation.”
  6. The second is simply called ‘Quick’.  In this mode you choose one metric and then it’ll void the other metrics out.  Sorta like a goal.
  7. In addition to training-induced fatigue, the orthostatic test results are affected by several other factors, such as mental stress, sleep, latent illness, environmental changes (temperature, altitude), and others.

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  1. The V800 includes fast and accurate GPS functionality, allowing you to see your speed, distance, and route.
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  3. After you’ve saved the workout you’ll be given a summary screen that shows your activity totals, including recovery times:

Polar V800 Full Specifications. Image. Screen resolution. All the way back in early January at CES Polar announced the V800 multisport GPS watch. This would be their first multisport integrated GPS watch to market, combining the RC3 GPS watch along with the RCX5 non-GPS multisport watch.. – for anyone doing long distance/long time activities, battery life is excellent. It has adjustable GPS tracking frequency to balance accuracy with battery life, an a monochromatic screen to avoid color-screen drain.Assuming you do have the footpod however, you’ll see cadence displayed on the unit, as well as stride length: Q: What’s the most challenging aspect about biathlon? A: The sport in itself is so challenging! You can always shoot faster, have better skiing technique and ski faster. I’m used to training a lot, and I know what it takes to reach the top. You have to find the kind of training that works for you. For me, long and calm jogs do the trick. Race pace allows you to set a target speed/pace for a certain distance. It then helps pacing the run or ride by showing the current speed/pace and by telling how much you are behind or ahead of the set target.

I have been using my Polar V800 the last two years for Olympic/HIM races. This year I am doing a full IM. Through my training this year I have realized primarily on the bike that my battery drops significantly (1/2 battery) over the course of a 4 hour training ride with HR strap, Stages Power meter, and GPS connection. I am concerned my V800 won’t last the entire race with an expected finish between 11-12 hours. Has anyone experienced the V800 battery life running out during the long duration races? I’m also curious if the battery just doesn’t have the juice like when I first bought it and that is causing the quick battery loss.Ray in case you’re reading this: have you heard something similar or is there anything at all you can share with us?I want to buy a watch that I will use for open water swimming, cycling and possibly as an interval timer… I’m trying to decide between the Polar v800 and Suunto ambit3 peak. Which is better or is there an even better alternative in the same price range?

Polar solves that problem on the V800 by re-broadcasting the heart rate signal so other devices can pick it up.  In theory, it’d be genius (and awesome!).  But in practice, it doesn’t really work out.  That’s because the ‘other devices’ part really only means ‘other Polar devices’.  My testing has found (and Polar confirmed) that non-Polar devices currently can’t see the rebroadcasted signal at all.  Making it rather…lame. Navegando con el Polar V800. Polar V800 como reloj de uso diario. Monitor de actividad. El Polar V800 se presenta en una caja de reducidas dimensiones, cartón de calidad y un diseño cuidado. Por supuesto, Polar también piensa en los compradores que van a la tienda sin informarse previamente.. The only time I find the navigation “buggy” (or just plain does something wrong) is when I have a map that has a crossover point that included an elongated out-and-back loop, there the watch can try to navigate me to cut off the out-and-back part sort of like a shortcut. It threw me one time, so I ignored its navigation at that point (because I knew that part of the course well enough). Then when I did the course a year later, it did the same thing again – that time it didn’t affect me at all because I was already expecting it. But this is pretty rare (albeit consistent on that course), so overall I’m very happy with it, and rely on it quite heavily many some trails. POLAR V800 bez HR to dokonały pulsometr, który sprosta wymaganiom nawet profesjonalnych sportowców. Posiada on możliwość pomiaru tętna nawet w wodzie. Modej ten jest wysoce precyzyjny i z dużą dokładnością podaje temperaturę, wysokość npm czy stopień nachylenia When it comes time to viewing things like cadence afterwards, these will show up on Polar Flow just like any other metric:

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Along the bottom I’ll get a breakout of total steps (plus distance if I tap that field) and calories for the day, as well as my total active time.  Had I worn it sleeping that night I’d get that information as well.  Personally I find the watch a bit too bulky to wear sleeping, but each person will differ of course.With Route import you can import new routes to Polar Flow web service from other services that support GPX or TCX files. Just export the files from the service and import them to Polar Flow. From Polar Flow you can sync the routes to compatible Polar devices.The only downside to the ‘Free Multisport mode’ is that that if you have a ton of sports saved it may take a second or two and you may have to briefly concentrate (which, can be tricky in a triathlon).  However, there’s a regular fixed mode I’ll talk about in a second.

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The Polar V800 multisport GPS watch lets you monitor your heart rate underwater, but its boxy design is uncomfortable for people with small wrists. The Polar V800 has comprehensive features that make it useful for any athlete who participates in more than one sport The flaws stated by others here are true, but I find they mostly fall into the “nice to have” category. Like transmitting from watch to bike device. If you have the Polar bike device, you don’t need to use the watch unless you’re DC Rainmaker.

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  1. Further, you can configure/change the display on the front slightly to also include your name, which is kinda interesting.  This appears to come from Polar Flow.
  2. – barometric altimeter, which gives you climb/descent data more accurately than even accurate GPS
  3. ders to alarm you about different tasks (e.g. drink break) during training session, based on a certain time or distance. You can set these re
  4. Obviously, it should go without saying that based on the features in the product today – the V800 isn’t really a swimmer’s watch.  Down the road, perhaps, but not today.
  5. Stores all your daily physical activity. You can easily follow your daily and long-term physical activity in Polar Flow app and web service. The total active time is the cumulative time of body movements that are good for your body and health.
  6. g from the menu.  I’ve actually configured two swim
  7. g in the spring though!

Polar V800, vaihtoranneke

Q: What’s the most challenging aspect about your sport? A: It’s no longer the distance – that I can handle. Now the challenge is more about how to win and how to get faster and faster. Helps you to understand how each training session benefits your fitness. It also gives you motivating feedback immediately after exercise. With the Training Benefit feature, you can make your training more varied by altering your training intensity and duration. Löydä Polar V800, vaihtoranneke parhaaseen hintaan ja nopeimmalla toimitusajalla. Halvin hinta ilman toimituskuluja 32,99 € ja toimituskuluineen 37,94 €. Katso aina edullisimmat kaupat Polar V800 tyylikäs ranneke - Valkoinen Näytä vaihtoehdot ▾ Näytä vähemmän ▴. 2-7 päivää

While it’s easy for one to say “having the best GPS accuracy wins all”, ultimately, it doesn’t when it comes to the business side of things. The vast majority of consumers find their competitors products ‘accurate enough’ (quibbles aside). And ultimately, in order for a product to make money you have to have enough of a differentiator to draw a lot of people to buy it. Not to mention that I suspect they won’t be able to put in the GPS chipsets of yesteryear, since those take up too much battery juice. That’s primarily why Garmin doesn’t use them.While the left side is for the light (plus a menu while running), and then the back button (which pauses/ends the workout).V800 general “best of” features are battery life, extremely accurate gps and hrm accuracy. Unique to polar, real-time hr in water, if that matters (other brands sync once out of the water). If those factors aren’t make/break for you, the v800 has some long-term reliability concerns, but those who want its best-of features, nothing competes, but other units have more or different features, so its what you want most in them that matters.Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked.If you would like a profile picture, simply register at Gravatar, which works here on DCR and across the web.Finally, to that end I’ve put this little placeholder section in here as a way that I can quickly add updates and notes to the review without overhauling the entire review.  Make no mistake I will overhaul as able, but sometimes my schedule just won’t permit me to test a just released feature that same day and write about it immediately.  So this allows me to quickly plop in items of note in the updates world.  Updates that have occurred will have dates next to them, as per below.

The Orthostatic test is perhaps one of my favorite tests to complete, mainly because it involves hanging out on the couch:Comming from an V800 and a Fenix 3, and recently exchanged my F3 to and F5, i World advice you to NOT to expekt ‘great’ GPS om the F5. Its As good and As bad as the F3. The barometer is much better :-).Make your journey more exciting with Strava Live Segments. Get alerts about nearby segments, see real-time performance data during a segment and get your results right after you finish. Polar V800 comes with a free 60-day Strava Premium Membership.With all that set you’ll press the red button.  This will bring you to the screen with your configured sport profiles.  Sport profiles are basically modes that you can configure for a slew of different sports.  While you can’t create your own sport (Cow Tipping), you can choose from a huge list of sports and then tweak all the settings.

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Now typically (as in the case of the Polar Loop), an activity monitor will tell you on the unit how many steps you’ve taken, distance walked, your progress towards the defined goal of the day (steps), and calories.  It may also show a few other random things like time of day.  Unfortunately, in the case of the V800 it only shows this single page:As you’ve seen throughout the review there are numerous compatible accessories for the unit. I’ve consolidated them all into the below chart, with additional information (full posts) available on some of the accessories to the far right. Also, everything here is verified by me – so if it’s on the list, you’ll know it’ll work. And as you can see, I mix and match accessories based on compatibility – so if a compatible accessory is available at a lower price below, you can grab that instead.Assuming you don’t have a footpod your pace and distance will come automatically from GPS.  Again, a footpod is NOT required to get speed/distance/pace while outdoors (that’ll come from GPS).Note that when it comes to elevation, you’ll also get grade information displayed – but that’s currently only available in the cycling mode when the speed is fast enough to calculate the grade.  It won’t show up in running, no matter how steep a hill you’re going up or down.

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To that end though I’m really looking forward to seeing what Polar delivers software wise on both Polar Flow and the V800 over the next year.  We have the plan through the end of the year, but it’s how they keep the watch competitive in the marketplace into next winter and spring that’ll be the real question.  If they can deliver everything promised, and then double that again in the following 6 months – I think they’ll be on the right track to really shake up the market. Polar V800 without Heart Rate: Polar V800 training computer, Custom USB cable, Polar V800 Getting Started Guide. Still unsure if you should go with the Polar V800? Learn more from the comparison chart below. *Chart credit to DCRainmaker www.DCRainmaker.com For example, if I use the Wahoo RPM cycling cadence-only sensor, the V800 will incorrectly think it’s a combo sensor and override the GPS with a zero-value speed.  Resulting in non-correct speed and distance values (0-MPH, 0-Miles).  At the same time, if I use non-Polar footpods, it won’t calculate the stride length, nor does it seem to calibrate at all.  There are other examples, which I’ve outlined below in the table.Creates a video presenting your previous training routes and allows you to see the highlights of the session. The video is available in the Polar Flow web service and you can share it with your friends and contacts in the Polar Flow community.The V800 is able to wirelessly upload both workouts as well as daily activity tracker data (i.e. steps) directly via Bluetooth Smart to your mobile phone, and then from there to Polar Flow online.  The pairing process is seamless and only takes a couple of seconds to setup.

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  1. Q: When you were young, did you have any idols in sports or otherwise? A: Luc van Lierde (who’s now my coach) was my idol when growing up.
  2. It won’t show you steps walked nor distance.  Just a bar graph without any numbers.  What’s sorta frustrating here is that I identified this six months ago in my original post and noted that it made the activity monitor side kinda useless.  Unfortunately, it wasn’t changed.
  3. i’ve been using this guy for a while for cycling, running and general (weight) training. No bells and whistles, anyhow GPS accuracy, HR accuracy with H7 and H10 and smooth work with Stages power meter is really all what i need. The screen could be a bit bigger though. BTW – i switched off all “fancy” features like smartphone notification or strava segments. I use it to collect and display my data, which i then analyse and share with my coach in TrainingPeaks + archive in Strava and Polar. What is the advantage of either Fenix 5 or Suunto Spartan? I was trying many times to justify that spend for myslef – but when it comes to detail analysis it was always more “i’d like new toy” decission 😉 I still consider it great watch for training.

[Update note: As of October 5, 2015 the long awaited Android compatibility for Bluetooth Smart notifications has finally arrived!]By the way, should I first try a (hard) factory reset I have just learnt about in one of the above comments? 32.99 €. Ranneke Polar V800 mallille joka on valmistettu ympäristöystävällisestä silikoonista. Kestävä ranneke on myrkytön sekä käytettäessä miellyttävän pehmeä. Kokoa pystyt säätämään kätevästi oman rannekokosi mukaan. Mukana tulee kaksi jousipalkkia ja asennustyökalu.. Polar Vantage V on pro-multisportkello, joka on suunniteltu ammattiurheilijoille ja kaikille, jotka treenaavat kuin ammattilaiset. Jos etsit vedenkestävää huippuluokan harjoittelukumppania triathlon- tai maratontreeneihin, erittäin pitkäkestoisella akulla varustettu Polar Vantage V on täydellinen valinta

Sport-specific profiles

Kaupan nimi: Kaupan www-osoite: * Tarkempia tietoja: Nimi tai nimimerkki: Sähköpostiosoite (vastausta varten): Kiitos palautteestasi!Viestin lähetys epäonnistui, yritä myöhemmin uudestaan.   In a Facebook group a dealer wrote, that the V800 successor was now presented at a closed event. Will come in August or September. Nice to know. Maybe you will get further infos or a sample much earlier?Want to compare the features of each product, down to the nitty-gritty? No problem, the product comparison data is constantly updated with new products and new features added to old products!Alternatively, for everything else on the planet, simply buy your goods from Amazon via the link below and I get a tiny bit back. No cost to you, easy as pie!

Running cadence from the wrist

The V800 can be used in a cycling mode, like most other multisport watches.  In this mode you’ll get all the same functionality as in running, plus the ability to pair to other sensor types like cycling speed and cadence sensors – and down the road, power meters.  Further, in this mode you’ll also get included information. Q: How much training do you do in a year? A: When the season is underway I work from race to race, and train in between. Altogether I do roughly 12,500 kilometers, or 550 hours of training in a season, including off-bike training in gym.

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Once I connect it to my phone I do get the step counts there within the daily activity summary.  This view comes in a giant donut.  I’ve personally always found the layout a bit confusing, but it hasn’t changed yet: Q: How do Polar devices help you during training? A: I turned pro when I was 21 years old, so over the years I have learned a lot about how my body reacts to training. My Polar heart rate watch helps me confirm the way I feel, both when I’m training and when I’m racing. Depending on your product, tapping the display during training takes a lap, changes the training view, or turns on backlight.By clicking Subscribe, you agree to receive emails from Polar and confirm that you have read our Privacy Notice

Polar V800 GPS Sports Watch. by Polar USA. Currently unavailable. Syncs to Polar Flow app and web service where you can plan and analyze your training; Compatible with Bluetooth Smart running and cycling sensors You can click on an activity to look at the details of it. The upper half of the activity will show summary stats including total distance, pace and attitude stats:Yes, for example with Android app SyncMyTrack even with the free version (just doesn’t store passwords). I used it weekly.

In this case, the marker was 1,490m (or 4,888.45ft).  The V800 read 4,860ft.  So pretty darn close – only about 30ft (9m) – inline with what I saw with other units (for example, the Edge 1000 read 4,869ft).At wat price does polar v800 make sense today? Full price $698 in aust. What disc price is reasonable? Free download of your Polar V800 User Manual. Still need help after reading the user manual? Post your question in our forums Additionally, you can also use Amazon to purchase the V800 or accessories (though, no discount). Or, anything else you pickup on Amazon helps support the site as well (socks, laundry detergent, cowbells). If you’re outside the US, I’ve got links to all of the major individual country Amazon stores on the sidebar towards the top.

24.90 €. Vaihdettava Polar ranneke A370/A360. Rannekkeen ympärysmitta 140 - 200 mm Note that you’ll actually create workouts within the ‘Diary’ portion after selecting a given day and adding what’s called a “Training Target”.  This too is fairly confusing since I tend to have a collection of workouts I use and don’t really think to associate them with a specific day.  I wish this was just a separate section that I could easily get to and make workouts.  Plus, “Training Target” doesn’t really convert into English as the idea for a pre-scheduled structured workout.  Rather, most would think that would mean an end-goal (i.e. run 10 miles).– the GPS accuracy–particularly measuring speed without having to use a footpath–is commonly known as the most accurate, ironic considering Garmin is a GPS company and Polar is not. A thorough article about it is here:link to fellrnr.com. Since it’s for running and other sports, it doesn’t have all the facing navigation stuff you’ll find in Garmins, Suuntos and others. It matches accuracy of leading footpads unlike any other GPS watch, unless you spend $200 on a Stryd footpad (w/power).When I give the watch a weigh-in, the V800 comes in at 82g, right inline with all the other multisport units on the market:The idea with activity monitoring is to give you a better understanding of how much activity you have outside of training – allowing you to put together a comprehensive view of your day to day work effort.  For example, yesterday I walked about 8 miles while out doing errands in the city.  Then, after doing all that, I ran another 11 miles.  If I didn’t have an activity monitor on, I might not be able to quantify the full extent of my errands, which, might not allow me to understand why my run later that evening was a bit slower.

V800 is becoming old. Ray, do you have any update on when Polar might release a new model (similar to V800)? Q: How do you handle a weak moment? A: By analysing it. I seldom can just forget about it, but try to find out what’s causing it, and break it down. In the meantime, I’ll go ahead and show you the unboxing for the model with the heart rate strap.  In putting this together, the box I had is from a few months ago – so it’s plausible it looks slightly different than the final boxes.  No worries though actual contents are the same.To do so you’d need sensors that transmit both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart.  For example, in the heart rate world that’d be something like the Wahoo TICKR, 4iiii’s Viiiiva, Mio Link, Scosche RHYTHM+, and likely others coming down the pipe.Strava Live Segments make your runs and rides more exciting. Your Polar V800 alerts you when you approach one of your starred Strava segments, gives you real-time data on your performance and shows your results after you finish the segment.

Allows you to easily follow up on your past training and activity as well as your planned training sessions four weeks ahead and back in time. Information shown includes: training plans, individual training results, tests.The V800 is still probably the single best “triathlon/multisport” tracking watch specifically for those events, and the ONLY choice if you want to see “in the water” heart rate readouts (also GymLink for lots of gym workout equipment that still supports it natively which you don’t get with most of the competition). Katso 7 Myydään polar v800 ilmoitusta parhaalla hinnalla. Halvimmat tarjoukset alkaen Eur 60. Tsekkaa ne! Lisätiedot myydään uuden tieltä polar a370 white, ranneke on muistaakseni kokoa small Hey energinė, I’be got two questions: 1. Any idea when to expect an updated version of V800? Not sure wether to buy it now or is there a new one just around the corner? 2. Could somebody share their experience with updated navigation capabilities of the V800?Stores your recent training files. Memory capacity and number of stored training files varies according to training computer and what and how much data is included in files (e.g. heart rate, GPS). Certain languages also affect the memory capacity.

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I have found though that tap to lap kinda doesn’t really work while cycling.  The bumps in the road will constantly trigger it – so make sure you turn it off there and just use the buttons instead.Hopefully sooner rather than later, my V800 gen2, 3rd one 2nd replacement per previous discussions, is now having an altitude problem (I keep everything clean, have done what I can to scrub around the screw holes, run manual calibration when starting, etc) where part way into a run, the altitude suddenly starts climbing at roughly 2000ft over a half mile or so. Looks great but obviously is not right. I run out and back, an a course that ranges from maybe 560ft above sea level to 530ft above sea level (a lakeshore trail) it tracks perfectly for awhile, then climbs anywhere between 2300ft to over 4000. Just started the past 1-2 months or so. I don’t need altitude tracking obviously, but don’t know what other things it impacts (GAP obviously, which I don’t typically look at). Anyhow, that’s my latest bug/defect report, since it is out of warranty, ill live with it until the next release, not going to buy another of this generation, but if that is too far away, may have to switch to a competitor for the first time (house full of polar trackers here). Q: How can you tell if you’re overtraining? A: Usually you don’t notice the signals of overtraining until afterwards, for instance if you get ill. In especially hard training I spot it. For instance last fall it wasn’t going so well. My coach said everything seemed great, but I myself felt it. When I’m overtraining, my heart rate just won’t get up. My aerobic threshold is 160 bpm, and if I have to ski at full stretch to reach it, then I’m overtraining. My body is so used to hard training that it’s not easy to spot overtraining. Getting back on track after overtraining can take just a couple of days for me. But the effects can be seen later, after some months, and analyzed even later than that. The second mode is an ultra-long battery mode designed for getting upwards of 50-hours of battery life.  In this mode the GPS update is reduced to every 60 seconds (with HR data), thus resulting in less accuracy but far more usage time.  This is generally best for hiking where you’re moving comparatively slowly.  It’s not at all ideal for cycling where you’d be moving rather fast and thus the difference in 60 seconds would cut many corners (unless of course your riding across the US or something).

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Q: How old were you when you started doing sports? A: I started to swim competitively when I was nine, and got my first bike at the age of 17. My dad was a marathon runner so he got me interested in running from early on. Well, it depends.  In theory it should, but in practice I see things just aren’t as guaranteed as they are in the ANT+ world.  Stuff like basic heart rate straps tends to work well, but when you get into other sensors there’s often tiny little variants that can cause trouble.  In order to make that clear, I’ve put together a mini ‘caveats’ chart below.  This chart I’ll update as things change.  This is separate from the general ‘accessories’ section at the bottom of the review.  I did that because that chart lists everything that’s compatible (it at least pairs), whereas this shows a few little quirky things of note. Q: How many hours do you usually train per week? A: A hard week consists of 30-35 hours of training: 600-700 km on a bike, 30 km swimming and 100 km running. Overall, the features are super-basic in the navigation section.  I hope over time we’ll see things get built out a bit more.  At present, I can’t imagine many folks will find the navigational capabilities very useful, especially compared to more full-featured hiking/navigation watches like the Suunto Ambit series and Garmin Fenix series.

– integration at the gym. Most treadmills (and other gym cardio machines) having read-outs that show you your heart rate while using Polar HR strap, armband, or wrist-based monitor). So you don’t have to keep raising your arm to look at your watch, if you’re into heart rate monitoring. And while you can use it with bluetooth if the machine supports it, it uses a historically common and “it just works with no setup” 5Khz transmission. And there is no conflict with multi-bluetooth connections. The v800 watch will still simultaneously pickup, record, and use your heart rate. If the machine uses bluetooth, the watch uses 5Khz. If the machine uses 5Khz, the watch will use bluetooth.Wanna save some cash and support the site? You have two options. The first is to use Clever Training with either the coupon code (DCR10BTF) or the VIP program. Both save 10%, see details by clicking below: Polar V800. Tiedot. Kysymykset. Kuvaus. Vähän käytetty polar v800 urheilu ranneke/kello. Näytä lisää Näytä vähemmän [Update note: As of April 15, 2015 the V800 can now support Bluetooth Smart notifications. Sadly, this anxiously awaited feature is only available on iOS 8.0 at this time, but they tell us Android support is coming ‘soon’.  So, anyway, with this feature enabled you can get alerts from your iOS device about incoming calls and messages (such as calendar events, emails, SMS, and social media messages) displayed directly on your V800.  You can set the watch to display the basic contents of a message, such as who a text message is from and the first 30-40 characters of said message.  

Once it’s done it’ll show you a summary of your workout segments, but then allow you to pull open individual sports and look at those just as if they were their own standalone segments:Setting aside pricing, which clearly has some downward pressure given the “oddity”, this is a truly excellent device for someone who has focused intent on fitness improvement technique. I find that Polar keeps up with most of the latest and great AND useful technology and adds in “must-haves”. They are sometimes first, but rarely far behind–again where the technology is proven useful. A few examples of this are Strava segments, GoPro integration, Strava segments, and running power (w/Stryd).

Speed and distance also indoors

You'll support the site, and get ad-free DCR! Plus, you'll be more awesome. Click above for all the details. Oh, and you can sign-up for the newsletter here!You can create training targets in Polar Flow and save them to your training diary or as favorites for later use. Sync your targets to your training device. You can set phased targets with heart rate or speed/pace guidance to create an interval workout or add simple training targets, such as ‘burn 700 kcal cycling’ or ‘run 30 minutes’.

Power output is an absolute value of the external work rate, whereas heart rate is the measure of physiological effort needed to produce the power output. Seeing how your heart rate corresponds to the power zones and how it changes over time gives more insight into how your performance is developing.After starting this mode it’ll then ask you to select your first sport.  At this point it’s really just like completing a single-sport activity.  Any of the views/configuration settings/sensors that you’ve setup for that particular sport profile will be there just like normal:

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Thus far, some of these bugs are ‘moderate’ (Bluetooth ones, stride sensor) and a few are barely noticeable. Q: How do you handle a weak moment? A: I think about the support network I have and how lucky I am that I can fulfill my passion every day. The backlight can be turned on by pressing the upper left button.  It’ll stay on temporarily before turning back off.  However, while in an activity you can force the backlight to remain on by holding down the upper left button and then setting the backlight to stay on.  I prefer this for night running.

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Next you’ve got the status view you can look at the state that the unit believes you’re in from an overall recovery status:Sivun suora URL https://hintaseuranta.fi/askel-ja-sykemittarit-seka-rannetietokoneet/polar-v800-vaihtoranneke/6667170 Mikä tuote on kyseessä: * Tarkempi kuvaus virheestä: * Nimi tai nimimerkki: Sähköpostiosoite (vastausta varten): Kiitos palautteestasi!Viestin lähetys epäonnistui, yritä myöhemmin uudestaan.   hi everyone , happy user of the v800 since more than a year now , the only thing i really miss and would make me consider buying another watch is the strava live segments feature . i understand it might have been discussed before but now that a new cycling gps computer has been teased (aka polar m460) , it seems like live segments are gonna be enabled on it ( i know it’s just rumors but some norvegian site already leaked the specs ) . so my question is would it be a step in the right direction to get that feature on the v800 too ? i don’t really understand how strava deals with other companies to enable those features on their watches or computers , so if ray or someone who knows how that works can explain this to me it would be greatly appreciated ! ray i know you don’t comment on unannounced products so if you read this just consider the strava side of the question 😉 thx in advance really appreciate your site ! cheersIn the event you add the ‘Triathlon’ sport profile to your watch (in addition to Free Multisport), then you can configure the modes ahead of time on Polar Flow.  This allows you to just advance seamlessly between the different sports without having to choose them (more appropriate for races).

My situation definitely won’t reflect everyone here. I like knowing that Polar gives me the most accurate data, but realistically I’m not a professional athlete, and I’ll probably never even notice the difference with slightly less accurate data. My two cents.First and foremost – let me get this out of the way to minimize confusion: The Polar V800 at this time does not support swimming metrics such as distance or strokes (either in a pool or in openwater).  It does however support heart rate in the water, as well as time recording.  Updates for adding in that support are listed in my updates section a bit further down.

Offers an easy way to follow your training, activity and progress in the Polar Flow web service. You can see your data in a daily, monthly or weekly view.Adding to the GPS accuracy, heart rate under water, and other things Chris mentioned, the v800 and companion Flow website have:

Купить Polar V800 (HR) по лучшей цене: Купить 100cm Portable Charging Cable Smart Watch Charger with Data Capabilities for Polar Smart Watch V800 Charger #5 по цене 408 ₽. Купить Jakcom H1 Smart Health Watch Hot sale in Smart Accessories as xenxo wearable smart ring tom tom polar.. Make sure that your training is taking you in the right direction. Go to Polar Flow to see your Running Index, Fitness Test results and a wealth of other detailed information.The v800 shows “ok” once it has a certain number of satellites, but continues tuning as it picks up more. One trick I found helpful, after it says ok, walk about 2-3 large figure-8s (30m radius or so), which helps it fine tune it’s accuracy as well as pull in more satellites, locking it in very accurately. Usually about 30 extra seconds makes it dead-on.I’ve just bought a V800 (used) and been very happy with it but my last two runs the gps start point is about 100 metres away from where I actually am.Allows you to define settings in your training computer for up to three sensor-based bikes. When you start training, you can select the bike with the correct settings for that particular cycling session.

1) As of today the V800 swim metric support is limited.  I can’t use it to track openwater swims (aside from my heart rate), and I can’t use it in the pool to track distance/stokes/metrics.Preemptive notifier: See the section at the end titled “Updates & The Future” to validate that things in this section haven’t changed since I wrote this post – specifically in relation to the multisport piece.Which, brings me to my final point.  Polar has a long history (read: their entire history) of not playing well with others or industry standards.  Up until now, not a single device has followed an industry standard for sensors.  It’s always been only their own.  With the V800 (and the V650), they’ve been proclaiming that the industry standards of Bluetooth Smart is the “way of the future”.  Thus allowing you to use accessories of any brand.You can change the screen display during activities (but not in regular watch mode) to either be white text on black background, or the inverse:

The V800 is the first Polar device to support Bluetooth Smart sensors.  Previously, they’ve only supported them via their smartphone apps.  As of this writing, the Polar V800 supports the following sensor types:Hello everybody My V800 is broken (problem of waterproofing after 2 years and 3 months) and Polar offers a new one for 190 € with 6 months warranty. But I can also buy a 920 xt HRM3 for 255 € with 2 year warranty. What is the best choice ? I’ve been thinking about it for a week but I’m going around in circles. I do triathlon and use a cadence / speed sensor on my bike. ThanksThanks for reading! And as always, feel free to post comments or questions in the comments section below, I’ll be happy to try and answer them as quickly as possible. Silicone Strap For Polar V800 Smart Watch Replacement Adjustment Sport Waterproof Band For Polar V800 Watchband Wrist Strap Lots of great points above and below, thanks all. Regarding Polar customer service… take what they told you on the phone or via email with a grain of salt. Before I bought my M400 I emailed to ask for confirmation that music control was on the way (had been mentioned by Ray and elsewhere). At the time this was a ‘need’ for me. They confirmed and told me it should be rolling out in months if I remember correctly. Nearly three years later and no music control. Not a core feature by any means but still, I was mislead and what they told me informed my purchase decision.E.g. you can export a specific route in GPX format or a training session including key training data like route, heart rate, calories and cadence in TCX format.

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