Polar M400 GPS Sports Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Black

February 1, 2015 - Comment

M400 is an exceptional blend of sporty design, integrated GPS and advanced training features. It takes the best of wearable activity trackers, integrates full GPS and advanced training features and provides you with meaningful data that helps you make improvements in your lifestyle and training program. Lightweight and compact, M400 is designed to be worn

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M400 is an exceptional blend of sporty design, integrated GPS and advanced training features. It takes the best of wearable activity trackers, integrates full GPS and advanced training features and provides you with meaningful data that helps you make improvements in your lifestyle and training program. Lightweight and compact, M400 is designed to be worn all day. With its high-contrast and high-resolution display, M400 is the perfect companion for outdoor use, at any time of day. Its 24/7 activity features help you reach your daily goal and motivate you to keep moving throughout the day. Measures your pace, distance and altitude with integrated GPS. Incorporates loads of traditional and unique Smart Coaching training features to help improve your performance: automatic laps, interval timer, finish time estimator, Sport Profiles (adjustable), personal best tracking, running index (develops your running performance). Connects to Polar Flow mobile app and web service where you can sync, share and plan your workouts. Polar Flow Relive feature replays video highlights of your workout journeys and enables you to share with friends. Compatible with the H7 Bluetooth Smart heart rate sensor (sold separately, not included). Water resistant. Rechargeable battery. Battery life: up to 9 hours training time (when both GPS and HR in use), 24 days in time mode with daily activity monitoring.

Product Features

  • More than just GPS; M400 combines the best 24/7 activity and GPS features and provides you with helpful data for lifestyle and training improvement
  • Tracks your pace, distance and altitude with integrated GPS; Get guidance to beat your personal best; Explore new routes with Back to Start feature
  • 24/7 activity tracking – displays steps, calories and daily goal; Inactivity alert motivates you to move; Plus tracks sleep time and quality
  • Train at the right intensity with target heart rate zones with included H7 Bluetooth Smart heart rate sensor; Water resistant; Rechargeable battery
  • Plan, sync and share your training with Polar Flow app and web service; Plus, play and share video highlights of your workout journeys with Relive

Comments

shamanologist & yogatarian says:

this is polars mid range super productive watch. a little expensive but SOOO worth it. this device is a great upgrade to my last polar that lasted 10 years.things you should know, this does not have a battery in the watch device itself, but rather usb charger. if you do it at your computer, you will download the sync application and be directed to the polar flow website where you will have profiles to choose from from yoga to multi and triathletic to trotting for all of those pony people out there.the ability to do this helps keep…

Josh says:

Tons of features in an affordable package Overall, I like the watch. It seems to offer a ton of features not typically found in a $180 watch (fully customizable data fields with up to 4 items per screen, a pretty useful “Back to Start” feature, elevation gain/loss, and the ability to count down the time until your activity is finished, sort of like a GPS unit you’d use in your car.What I like:-The watch looks very attractive and has a very low profile-The watch uses a normal USB cable to charge, not an awkward…

Mark D says:

Pleased and Impressed I’ve had my M400 for about a week and have had a chance to put it through a few paces – it is an incredibly powerful device and I’m still learning some of the tricks, but here’s my take:Out of the box initial impression: Very attractive watch and very comfortable to wear. Even though it is large, it doesn’t seem that big on my wrist.First takes: I have now taken it on two outdoor bike rides, a few indoor stationary bike rides, and some treadmill walks, and it works…

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