Looking for a smartwatch that can keep up with your active lifestyle? Look no further than the Polar Grit X Pro. This multisport smartwatch is perfect for adventurers who demand the best in performance, reliability, and accuracy. Built with military-grade toughness and scratch-resistant sapphire glass, it can withstand even the toughest conditions. Plus, with FKM wristbands and MIL-STD-810G premium design, it’s water-resistant up to 100m, making it perfect for all your outdoor activities.
But the Polar Grit X Pro isn’t just tough, it’s also smart. With an ultra-long battery life of up to 40 hours of training with GPS and HR tracking, or up to seven days in watch mode with 24/7 HR tracking, you’ll have plenty of time to explore the great outdoors. And with unparalleled OHR tracking and GPS accuracy, you’ll always know your precise location and heart rate without any other gear.
This smartwatch also boasts a turn-by-turn guidance feature powered by Komoot, which automatically tracks your movements and ensures real-time navigation to get you on the right path. And with fully automatic and intelligent overnight recovery measurement, you can track your sleep behavior and recovery from training and other factors during the night to make optimal choices for the day ahead.
claudio gomes slaviero –
for gym and climbing
bret osborne –
Just incredible that a $500 watch can be essentially unusable in most outdoor situations especially if you actually need to read the seconds. The screen is so dim that even with the brightness setting at it’s highest you’ll still be squinting to see the screen outside and the seconds are so small that they are all but invisible in direct light. Also the backlight light only stays on for about 7 seconds so you’re constantly having to shake you’re wrist or hit the backlight button. I just returned a Garmin Instinct that was almost 1/3 of the cost and had a 100x better display.What a shame, it’s a beautiful watch and I’m sure it’s accurate but I’ll never know because I returned it the same day I received it.
Was looking forward to this watch but the screen is so dim and is hard to see at times. Returned it and got a Suunto baro 9 and none of the problems. But the polar was a good watch with the exception of the screen being kinda laggy and dim. Polar App was amazing I just couldn’t justify paying $459 for a watch with that dim and laggy of a screen.
Very bad light on the screen.
Simo Kotirinta –
The media could not be loaded. A key lock is a key lock whose purpose is to prevent the buttons from working. If I want to activate the keys, I must remove the key lock before that.The video shows that the key lock does not work, and the watch can be turned off with the key lock on.This is a real problem for me, and I can’t trust the device to stay on throughout the workout.This functionality/non-functionality has not been mentioned to the end user. There is not even a mention in the manual that pressing the OK/START key can turn off/restart the product. The only mention is this “you can wake up your watch by pressing and holding OK for 4 seconds”. I can’t understand why the device can be turned off even though the key lock is on. And why master reset/Power off doesn’t require a combination of two keys.I lift weights, ski and roller skate. When I lift weights and so, depending on the exercise, I have some kind of wrist supports. When I ski or roller skate, I have poles. in all these sports, a loop goes around the wrist, and it touches the watch. If the wrist is bent, the wrist support on the wrist touches the watch buttons. I have verified that this happens during practice, and this is why the watch turns itself off.This was my sixth Polar watch. And this was the last Polar watch for me.
Stephanie White –
I pair the watch with my Polar H10 cheststrap to conduct a 24-hour HRV reading I analyse in Kubios. Game changer! Essential information for those of us managing chronic conditions like dysautonomia, POTS, ME/CFS and other that require pacing or reduced sympathetic nervous system functioning.
Missing AZ –
Great watch – looks fantastic and HR measurement is stellar. But trying to get the polar platform to play nicely with Zwift for indoor training sessions is incredibly frustrating. I have found threads from 2016 about Polar users asking for better integration, but apparently this is not important to Polar. Considering switching back to Garmin for this reason.
Exe Laptop Repairs –
I loved this watch from the first moment I saw it; Its stunning and has loats of features; Also its a very strong watch, military grade with the addition of an anti scrath Saphire glass; I could not be happier!!