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8 Reviews for Coros PACE 2 GPS Watch

  1. James

    Fantastic battery life, and gathers all the data you’ll need for your runs. COROS app is also easy to navigate and linking your watch to the app is simple and painless.

  2. Pankaj

    They removed the cross country ski mode because it doesn’t have a metal case. Strange, anyway you can use cycling mode and then change the sport to cross country skiing in Strava afterwards.

  3. Shlomo Reinstein

    Here’s my feedback after about a little more than 1 year with this watch. In short, the good part is the amazing battery life, the light weight of the watch and the load of features available on the watch, including the online training hub. The bad part is the accuracy of the altimeter.Pros of the watch itself:1. It is very light and convenient for wearing, even during sleep.2. It has an amazing battery life. I used it for 12 whole days between charges, wearing it all day long, with ~40 minutes of daily aerobic activity, which was mostly indoors (very little GPS usage) – and even then, it still had 10% battery when I started charging it. At 10% it starts asking to be charged.3. It has a great always-on display, which is very clear even under direct sun.4. It has very good GPS.5. It connects very easily and reliably with many bluetooth devices, and due to its amazing battery life, you don’t have to worry about this bluetooth connection taking too much battery (compared to my previous sports watch – Xiaomi Stratos).6. This is a matter of personal taste, but I love the crown button interface. Works great!7. The configuration of the various workout data screens is awesome! You can configure multiple screens for each workout type, which you can scroll between using the digital crown button, and up to 6 data pieces on each screen.Pros of Coros support / app / website:1. Coros support is great! They frequently provide updates of the Android app and the online training hub with bug fixes and new features, and also firmware upgrades with bug fixes and added features.I sent the Coros support team a number of bugs and requests, and they were all fulfilled so far; whatever is not related directly to the watch (app / online site) was usually fixed within a few days, and what’s related to the watch itself was included in one of the firmware upgrades that followed. One very good example of that was sleep tracking, which originally appeared in my “Cons” list (because it didn’t work for me well), and now works great so I removed it from that list.2. The online training hub is great. It didn’t exist yet when I bought the watch a little over a year ago, and went live later on for free. It provides a convenient way to create / update training plans, see your entire training history and statistics.3. The EvoLab metrics is great, and provides some derived statistics about the efficiency of the training and the readiness to easy/hard training.Cons of the watch itself:1. The built-in heart rate sensor is only good for activities where the heart rate does not change rapidly. If the heart rate changes rapidly, it may take some time for the watch to catch up on the change – so it is not reliable for HIIT training, for example.The up side is – I can make the watch use the chest strap and then it will report correct heart rate, and as a result also the other reported data (such as calorie count and training load) will also be more accurate.2. The barometric altimeter is very nice, but it’s not accurate, so I often get about 25% difference between the elevation gain shown on the watch vs. what I see in topographic maps. Similar effect with “floors climbed”.3. Sports selection and configuration: This is somewhat limited. For example, there’s “bike” but no difference between road cycling / mountain biking, there’s no “elliptical” (for which I need to use the generic “gym cardio” sport). There’s “indoor run”, which allows me to select the speed of the treadmill, but this is limited to speeds 3-20 km/h with 0.5 km/h steps between them. My treadmill can only jump every 0.2 km/h, for example I can use 11.4 or 11.6 km/h, but this speed cannot be selected by the watch – only 11 / 11.5 / 12.4. Using the automatic gesture backlight or GPS activity affects the battery life considerably. When using more of these, I have to charge the watch after about 1 week (compared to 12 days without using much the backlight or GPS activity). Even 1 week is awesome, but it shows the toll on the battery life.5. The heart rate display itself during an activity is not color coded (according to the current zone); you can configure the watch to show half a circle with colors according to heart rate zones, with an arrow pointer that shows you where your heart rate is within that circle, but this only works if you display up to 4 data pieces on the workout screen. If you display 6 data pieces, you don’t have this circle and no indication of the heart rate range.Cons of the app / website:1. The app shows most of the details from the watch (some things, like “floor climbed” are only available on the watch itself), but it does not provide much feedback about how to improve.2. Coros EvoLab: This provides a lot of important details about the training, but to get started, it requires one week of running outside for about 5 km each run. I wasn’t used to running at all, I was mostly into mountain biking, so this was difficult, but there is no way to activate the EvoLab metrics without the required outdoor running. * Strangely, I wanted very much to get EvoLab activated for me, so I did those few initial runs, got it activated, and since then this became my primary sports instead of biking 🙂

  4. Josh

    Around 20 runs in. Good price. Compact. Very light but solid. Very easy to use. Analysis info on watch actually helpful. Great ergonomics, just 2 buttons, and I like fabric strap! Battery life good too. Best running watch I’ve had at any price point.

  5. Sharpsburg

    I tend to gravitate toward the underdogs. My last watch (which still works) was a Pebble.I try to avoid Garmin because the plastic hardened and became extremely brittle over time (mayber that has improved).Coros is a bit different. The fact that they added some level of maps to the PACE 2 shows their commitment to their customers. I assume a smaller, more focused, company will be less interested in tracking me and advertising to me like a Fitbit might.I would like integration with Nike Run Club app. I thought it was on the list of an older Youtube video.Also missing is the ability to edit workouts. Coros doesn’t accurately record reps in many exercises, so I would like to correct those. I can understand that a coach may not want an athlete to change the results of a run, but sometimes I forget to push the button between exercises in a workout or start before the 30 second rest period. And there are times when I go for a walk an forget about recording it with the watch. The Nike app allows to add/edit activities with the warning that they will not count toward goals. I personally feel you should be able to select if they count toward a personal goal but not for group competitions or leader boards.The advanced “evo lab” stats are runners and you need to run at least 3 miles multiple times before they have enough info to analyze. Running more shorter distances is not enough.I gave it 5 stars because it does everything I bought it for very well. I don’t have to charge it often. It helps that most of my workouts are not long, but I can get up to 12-14 days with moderate workouts. The ability to have the backlight on during the entire run is helpful although I would like to be able to adjust the brightness level. All the dings I have about accuracy of workouts and I knew ahead of time by watching the Youtube reviews. I would like a larger face option for my aging eyes with the same internals to avoid jumping up to the more expensive categories filled with features I don’t need. But this Pace 2 is exactly what I wanted and loaded with more “tech” than I realized. I use the “find my phone” feature more than expected. I do not have anything to compare it to for accuracy of sleep tracking, so I use as a “relative measure” and compare how well I sleep over time. For the most part I assume the Pace 2 performs as reviewed on Youtube.Brushes with surfaces and hitting door knobs have not created any scratches so far.Easy to wear all day/night.The configurability of the watch face display for each type of exercise and having multiple faces to switch between during workouts is amazing. I can have less stats on the watch face to make it easier to read. Even if I can read small text, reading small text while running is much more difficult. Hats off to Coros.

  6. Rohith

    Pros – you can track strength training – with garmin you will have to spend atleast 30k INR to get this feature. Better battery backup than Garmin. You can easily get 15-20 days on regular usage if you are not keeping it connected with your phone throughout the day and you are using it only for tracking activities. It’s super light weight. Provides you better analysis with exclusive features like cadence and strides that you will only get with pods. Evolab is super useful for serious runners. You can create manual strenght training programs.Cons – app experience can be improved a lot as it is not as polished as garmin connect. That is the only downside i can observe in last 3 months of my journey with this watch.

  7. Shlomo Reinstein

    Here’s my feedback after about a little more than 1 year with this watch. In short, the good part is the amazing battery life, the light weight of the watch and the load of features available on the watch, including the online training hub. The bad part is the accuracy of the altimeter.Pros of the watch itself:1. It is very light and convenient for wearing, even during sleep.2. It has an amazing battery life. I used it for 12 whole days between charges, wearing it all day long, with ~40 minutes of daily aerobic activity, which was mostly indoors (very little GPS usage) – and even then, it still had 10% battery when I started charging it. At 10% it starts asking to be charged.3. It has a great always-on display, which is very clear even under direct sun.4. It has very good GPS.5. It connects very easily and reliably with many bluetooth devices, and due to its amazing battery life, you don’t have to worry about this bluetooth connection taking too much battery (compared to my previous sports watch – Xiaomi Stratos).6. This is a matter of personal taste, but I love the crown button interface. Works great!7. The configuration of the various workout data screens is awesome! You can configure multiple screens for each workout type, which you can scroll between using the digital crown button, and up to 6 data pieces on each screen.Pros of Coros support / app / website:1. Coros support is great! They frequently provide updates of the Android app and the online training hub with bug fixes and new features, and also firmware upgrades with bug fixes and added features.I sent the Coros support team a number of bugs and requests, and they were all fulfilled so far; whatever is not related directly to the watch (app / online site) was usually fixed within a few days, and what’s related to the watch itself was included in one of the firmware upgrades that followed. One very good example of that was sleep tracking, which originally appeared in my “Cons” list (because it didn’t work for me well), and now works great so I removed it from that list.2. The online training hub is great. It didn’t exist yet when I bought the watch a little over a year ago, and went live later on for free. It provides a convenient way to create / update training plans, see your entire training history and statistics.3. The EvoLab metrics is great, and provides some derived statistics about the efficiency of the training and the readiness to easy/hard training.Cons of the watch itself:1. The built-in heart rate sensor is only good for activities where the heart rate does not change rapidly. If the heart rate changes rapidly, it may take some time for the watch to catch up on the change – so it is not reliable for HIIT training, for example.The up side is – I can make the watch use the chest strap and then it will report correct heart rate, and as a result also the other reported data (such as calorie count and training load) will also be more accurate.2. The barometric altimeter is very nice, but it’s not accurate, so I often get about 25% difference between the elevation gain shown on the watch vs. what I see in topographic maps. Similar effect with “floors climbed”.3. Sports selection and configuration: This is somewhat limited. For example, there’s “bike” but no difference between road cycling / mountain biking, there’s no “elliptical” (for which I need to use the generic “gym cardio” sport). There’s “indoor run”, which allows me to select the speed of the treadmill, but this is limited to speeds 3-20 km/h with 0.5 km/h steps between them. My treadmill can only jump every 0.2 km/h, for example I can use 11.4 or 11.6 km/h, but this speed cannot be selected by the watch – only 11 / 11.5 / 12.4. Using the automatic gesture backlight or GPS activity affects the battery life considerably. When using more of these, I have to charge the watch after about 1 week (compared to 12 days without using much the backlight or GPS activity). Even 1 week is awesome, but it shows the toll on the battery life.5. The heart rate display itself during an activity is not color coded (according to the current zone); you can configure the watch to show half a circle with colors according to heart rate zones, with an arrow pointer that shows you where your heart rate is within that circle, but this only works if you display up to 4 data pieces on the workout screen. If you display 6 data pieces, you don’t have this circle and no indication of the heart rate range.Cons of the app / website:1. The app shows most of the details from the watch (some things, like “floor climbed” are only available on the watch itself), but it does not provide much feedback about how to improve.2. Coros EvoLab: This provides a lot of important details about the training, but to get started, it requires one week of running outside for about 5 km each run. I wasn’t used to running at all, I was mostly into mountain biking, so this was difficult, but there is no way to activate the EvoLab metrics without the required outdoor running. * Strangely, I wanted very much to get EvoLab activated for me, so I did those few initial runs, got it activated, and since then this became my primary sports instead of biking 🙂

  8. Shlomo Reinstein

    More than 25 years ago, my doctor advised that I needed to find some form of exercise that helped with cardiovascular health. I started walking for a mile or two, then bought a pair of proper running shoes and began to train a bit more seriously. I downloaded the Runkeeper app to help plan and track my training and ran one or two 5Ks a year, but buying a $400 sport watch just to have a better idea of my not-very-fast pace seemed like an unnecessary expense.Then I saw an ad for the Coros 2 and the more I read about it, the more it seemed like a pretty good investment for my training. I bought it and it wasn’t pretty good – it was (& is) excellent.The amount of functionality for the price is quite impressive. I get all the feedback (both immediate and over time) that I need and then some. The GPS is more accurate than my phone app and the pace tracking is, as well. Sleep monitoring was a function that I didn’t even know I wanted. Heck, even the wristband with its small incremental adjustments is well designed.All in all, this is the best $200 I’ve ever invested in running and I’m looking forward to setting a PB in my next 5K.

  9. Riley M.

    Writing this after using it for a long time.Did a ton of research before choosing it over garmin. Here are some points:1. Garmin has many products with different purposes and the amount of reviews online confuses a common user even more. Coros has simple line of products – just like Apple in the mobile phones.2. Garmin is well known brand and been in the market for a long time but who cares if you get a better product.3. The quality is amazing. No problem on that front.4. Charges fast and battery backup is awesome. I charge it once and use on many runs. Don’t keep track exactly how many.5. Can’t say anything about customer support as I haven’t had any trouble yet…touchwood.The main point is I needed a gps watch for running, a proper gps watch exclusively for running. I don’t care for other features such as smart phone connectivity and all. That’s it! And I found Coros Pace 2 just perfect.I wish the bluetooth connectivity was smoother. It acts up sometimes and I have to restart the watch.Overall, I’m very happy with it and would recommend to runners.

  10. David M-B

    Both of my son’s purchased this watch in August 2022. They are teenage cross country and track runners, they wear these every day/night. They love them and have not had problems with their function or the use of the app. Sadly, both of their bands broke within 1 week of each other. I reached out to COROS and they got back to me quickly to resolve the problem of 2 broken bands. I really appreciate their great customer service and quick response!

  11. Shlomo Reinstein

    More than 25 years ago, my doctor advised that I needed to find some form of exercise that helped with cardiovascular health. I started walking for a mile or two, then bought a pair of proper running shoes and began to train a bit more seriously. I downloaded the Runkeeper app to help plan and track my training and ran one or two 5Ks a year, but buying a $400 sport watch just to have a better idea of my not-very-fast pace seemed like an unnecessary expense.Then I saw an ad for the Coros 2 and the more I read about it, the more it seemed like a pretty good investment for my training. I bought it and it wasn’t pretty good – it was (& is) excellent.The amount of functionality for the price is quite impressive. I get all the feedback (both immediate and over time) that I need and then some. The GPS is more accurate than my phone app and the pace tracking is, as well. Sleep monitoring was a function that I didn’t even know I wanted. Heck, even the wristband with its small incremental adjustments is well designed.All in all, this is the best $200 I’ve ever invested in running and I’m looking forward to setting a PB in my next 5K.

  12. Josh

    When I started serious about Run-Ride-Walk and Gym Workouts, I bought a smart watch Amazfit GTS (for 8-9K) beginning of 2020 lockdown. It was so useful for tracking my activities and ease of not carrying my mobile to sync in Strava during your workouts.By the mid of 2021, I started focusing in training for my First Half Marathon and needed a most reliable and accurate watch that gives me all kinds of analysis about my performance. So while taking advices from running/cycling groups and triathletes, COROS Pace2 is the only suggested one for a price rage below 20K. This watch is at par with Garmin 245, which is 7k more.I started using the day I got it delivered on 30-Jan and this review after a month usage. With my 6days of activities in a week I have done a combination of Ride, Run, Walk and Gym cardio and I am as satisfied with its compatibility as an all-rounder. Didn’t even have a single instance where this watch hasn’t met my expectation. It gives all kinds of performance analysis in COROS app which I am trying to understand still to make use of it. Each activity performance metric break up is available in the app by minute/hour/day/month/year format.When we look at the sensors accuracy; GPS, HR, Elevation, Sleep tracking, body temperature etc is top notch. Battery never drains but it is calibrated to its full potential only after 2-3 cycles of full charge. The battery backup improves after 2weeks of continues usage, but I didn’t use Ultramax mode yet which gives more Hrs of continues GPS usage. COROS App and watch syncs instantly and your activity will show up in Strava the moment you finish it in watch. I don’t want to compare Amazefit here. I have enabled only call and SMS notifications and it is so helpful too. I have synced cadence and speed sensors of by bike with this watch and it makes optional for you if you want to spend another 15-20k for a cycle computer.It is so light weight as if you won’t even know it is on your wrist, and the strap is skin friendly too I didn’t get any itching which I used to get on my Amazfit GTS when I sweat excess. I bought this for 17.5k during a sale and I kept it in my cart for about 2-3weeks to get the lowest price and also I wanted time to through almost all possible reviews and comparison available on internet before making this choice. #Explore perfection

  13. Matt B

    Writing this after using it for a long time.Did a ton of research before choosing it over garmin. Here are some points:1. Garmin has many products with different purposes and the amount of reviews online confuses a common user even more. Coros has simple line of products – just like Apple in the mobile phones.2. Garmin is well known brand and been in the market for a long time but who cares if you get a better product.3. The quality is amazing. No problem on that front.4. Charges fast and battery backup is awesome. I charge it once and use on many runs. Don’t keep track exactly how many.5. Can’t say anything about customer support as I haven’t had any trouble yet…touchwood.The main point is I needed a gps watch for running, a proper gps watch exclusively for running. I don’t care for other features such as smart phone connectivity and all. That’s it! And I found Coros Pace 2 just perfect.I wish the bluetooth connectivity was smoother. It acts up sometimes and I have to restart the watch.Overall, I’m very happy with it and would recommend to runners.

  14. Sharpsburg

    I tend to gravitate toward the underdogs. My last watch (which still works) was a Pebble.I try to avoid Garmin because the plastic hardened and became extremely brittle over time (mayber that has improved).Coros is a bit different. The fact that they added some level of maps to the PACE 2 shows their commitment to their customers. I assume a smaller, more focused, company will be less interested in tracking me and advertising to me like a Fitbit might.I would like integration with Nike Run Club app. I thought it was on the list of an older Youtube video.Also missing is the ability to edit workouts. Coros doesn’t accurately record reps in many exercises, so I would like to correct those. I can understand that a coach may not want an athlete to change the results of a run, but sometimes I forget to push the button between exercises in a workout or start before the 30 second rest period. And there are times when I go for a walk an forget about recording it with the watch. The Nike app allows to add/edit activities with the warning that they will not count toward goals. I personally feel you should be able to select if they count toward a personal goal but not for group competitions or leader boards.The advanced “evo lab” stats are runners and you need to run at least 3 miles multiple times before they have enough info to analyze. Running more shorter distances is not enough.I gave it 5 stars because it does everything I bought it for very well. I don’t have to charge it often. It helps that most of my workouts are not long, but I can get up to 12-14 days with moderate workouts. The ability to have the backlight on during the entire run is helpful although I would like to be able to adjust the brightness level. All the dings I have about accuracy of workouts and I knew ahead of time by watching the Youtube reviews. I would like a larger face option for my aging eyes with the same internals to avoid jumping up to the more expensive categories filled with features I don’t need. But this Pace 2 is exactly what I wanted and loaded with more “tech” than I realized. I use the “find my phone” feature more than expected. I do not have anything to compare it to for accuracy of sleep tracking, so I use as a “relative measure” and compare how well I sleep over time. For the most part I assume the Pace 2 performs as reviewed on Youtube.Brushes with surfaces and hitting door knobs have not created any scratches so far.Easy to wear all day/night.The configurability of the watch face display for each type of exercise and having multiple faces to switch between during workouts is amazing. I can have less stats on the watch face to make it easier to read. Even if I can read small text, reading small text while running is much more difficult. Hats off to Coros.

  15. David M-B

    Great battery life, sleek user interface and perfectly geared for the outdoors and active users. It has all the features you’ll want and can track your workouts perfectly. The sleep tracker could use some work, so you may not want to get it if that’s what you’re looking for. But it’s perfect for me. And the watch and the band is so comfortable to wear, and it looks cool too.

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Coros PACE 2 GPS Watch

Coros PACE 2 GPS Sport Watch: Light, long battery life, multiple sport modes, fitness tracking.

Highlights
Coros PACE 2 GPS Watch: Ultra-light, 20-day battery, running power metrics, 24/7 monitoring.
Pros

- Lightweight design
- Long battery life
- Accurate GPS tracking

Cons

- Limited app compatibility
- No music storage

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// DESCRIPTION

Introducing the Coros PACE 2 Premium GPS Sport Watch with Nylon or Silicone Band, Heart Rate Monitor, 30h Full GPS Battery, Barometer, ANT+ & BLE Connections, Strava, Stryd & TrainingPeaks (Navy – Silicone Strap). This GPS watch is incredibly lightweight, weighing only 29g with the new Nylon band. The battery life lasts for up to 20 days of regular use or 30 hours in full GPS mode, making it an ideal choice for long training sessions.

The Coros PACE 2 Premium GPS Sport Watch is designed to cater to the needs of athletes and fitness enthusiasts. It offers built-in running power metrics from the wrist and complete integration with Stryd power meters. It also includes multiple sport modes such as running, cycling, swimming, cardio, strength, and water sports. With ongoing support and updates available, you’ll always have access to the latest features and functionality.

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// FEATURES

  • Ultra-light design from 29g
  • Battery life up to 20 days of regular use, 30 hours in GPS mode
  • Built-in running power metrics from the wrist
  • Native integration with Stryd power meters
  • Running, cycling, swimming, cardio, strength, and water sports modes
  • Optical heart rate monitor, barometric altimeter, accelerometer, compass, gyroscope, thermometer
  • 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep, step and calorie tracking
  • // Q & A

    How quickly does the GPS connect and is ready to go?

    Depends on your environment but generally within a few seconds.

    Can this be calibrated after treadmill workout if distance is off?

    Yes.

    Will this watch send a signal via ant+ or does it only receive an ant+ signal?

    it can connect to thrid-party hardware via ANT+

    How is the vibration strength of the Coros Pace 2?

    Good vibration strength!

    Does this watch track walking and hiking? I don't see the workout profiles.

    The PACE 2 will track walking but not hiking.


    // SPECS

    Product Dimensions10.5 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
    Item Weight1.23 ounces
    Item model number59202858
    Batteries1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
    Connectivity technologiesBluetooth
    GPSTrue
    Special featuresGPS, Heart Rate Monitor, Barometric Altimeter, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope And Thermometer, Sleep Tracking, Calorie Tracker, Step Counter
    Other display featuresWireless
    Human Interface InputButtons
    ColorNavy – Silicone Strap
    Whats in the box1x Watch
    ManufacturerCOROS
    LanguageEnglish
    Date First Available2019, May 14
    Model #: 59202858
    Coros PACE 2 GPS Watch
    released on May 14, 2019

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