VERTIX Adventure Watch

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Coros VERTIX GPS Adventure Watch

The VERTIX exclusive Ice Breaker Version adventure watch from Coros features an azure titanium bezel that is a stylistic showstopper. The transparent fiber case creates a watch that is as elegant on your wrist as it is powerful on your adventure.

  • Titanium bezel with high-grade fiber watch body with Sapphire glass (diamond-like coating)
  • Unparalleled battery life with 45 days of regular use, 60 hours in full GPS mode and 150 hours in UltraMax GPS mode.
  • 150-meter waterproof rating
  • 24/7 blood oxygen monitoring with altitude acclimatization assistance
  • Enhanced Digital Knob for easy operation even with thick climbing gloves or under water

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  • At ebay.com you can purchase Coros VERTIX GPS Adventure Watch Box Only No watch included. for only $44.99, which is 95% less than the cost in Newegg ($827.59).
  • The lowest price of coros vertix gps adventure watch with pulse oximeter,titanium bazel/cover with sapphire glass dlc coating,24/7 blood oxygen monitoring, trainer and ultradurable battery life ice breaker was obtained on December 1, 2020 3:09 am.

// Specifications

Brand Coros
Color Ice Breaker
Are Batteries Included Yes
Voice command Touchscreen
Item Dimensions LxWxH 10.5 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches

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// REVIEWS

5 Reviews for VERTIX Adventure Watch

  1. Freedommgl

    i am an old coros customer who has got the pace watch on its first release, and kept it for all my outdoor events including hiking/biking/running, etc.the Pace model was working fine for me, but when i goes more crazy for my activities, i figure out that the 12hour continuous tracking time is not quite good enough for me, as i did long hikes like the hiking in half dome, ski mountaineering at Shasta, or MT whitney, and the mountaineering trip to mt rainier. all of them featuring 12-20 hours of tracking. Also, the hash environment requires tougher performance in the battery and the watch itself (resisting the low temp and the scratches, knock on the rocks.)while all these features got realized in the new vertix model. and even better.the battery life can be up to 60 hours. in real use, after tracking 1.5 hours per day, combined with normal daily use for a whole week, the watch only dropped 12 percent in battery. it also got the route navigation functionality. (the function to used saved tracks for navigation) which is a big help when you are skiing down hill following the climbing up track, or busy hiking and don’t wanna stop, taking out phone/gps for route check.the build is also great with metal construct and a softer wrist band, which makes it matching daily life with no issue.despite all the pros, there are some drawbacks.one thing is the price is a bit higher than most people expected, which means it may not be for everyone, probably pro or crazy guys only. the second one is that while navigating, there is no map shown, only tracks, and some times due to the hand swing, the pointer in the watch is shaking a bit while running.but overall, this is a good choice if you are expecting a long battery life, accurate tracking watch with good build, this would be a great choice.

  2. Joolz

    For the best part of two years I had been on the lookout for a watch that looked good, tracked my (basic) fitness, kept me up to date with notifications, whilst not having to worry about charging it every single day. After numerous attempts in buying and wanting to love the Apple Watch, I ended up making the mistake of investing in a Tag Connected Modular 45. I tend to go for big watches that stand out (hence my dismay in the Apple Watch, even with my small wrists), and as good as the Tag looked, it was unfortunate that the battery life was non-existent. I could even handle the basic capabilities it had with iOS, but knowing that if I didn’t charge it every day meant looking like an idiot with it on my wrist having the battery just died on me? Not good. From there, I tried out the Garmin Fenix 5. I was disappointed in how the watch looked on me – even for someone like myself who admitted to liking big watches, it was too big and bulky. Coupled with the grainy interface on the watch, and the way too many options, it was back to searching for one that suited my needs.I came across COROS whilst reading an article for another watch back in May this year, and after clicking on the link for the Vertix I was intrigued with what I saw. Sure, it seemed like a rip-off of the Fenix 5, but after looking further into what it had to offer I decided to take the plunge and look at picking one up. Not gonna lie, the “Ice-Breaker” version of the watch caught my eye, but after a few weeks of checking the release date in the UK every couple of days I was resigned to the fact that it may be a while before that model would become available. Therefore, when the opportunity presented itself to buy one on Amazon when they became available at the beginning of August, I made the decision to buy the “Fire Dragon” – and I’m so glad I did.The watch has barely left my wrist since purchase. I’ve nowhere near used it to the best of its capabilities; however, so far it’s ticked all the right boxes…LIKES1. Looks amazing – it’s not too big and bulky on my skinny wrist, and there’s not much weight to it. I’ve had so many comments about how nice it looks, and the orange strap really stands out2. The battery life is INSANE! When I first had the watch it was at 95%. After a week of running most days, it was still at 75%. I’ve charged it twice – not because the battery was low, but because I wanted to know the usage after a full charge. I last charged it on Monday – two days and two 30 minute runs later, and it’s currently on 95%. Sure, I’ve turned off the auto backlight, but to have the watch at almost full battery? Puts all other watches to shame3. The watch interface – looks better than the Fenix, more colourful, capable to read (even without the backlight on), and even the watch faces you can choose from look impressive4. The use of the dial – I was not impressed by having to use buttons on the Fenix, and although the Vertix isn’t touchscreen, having the use of the dial on the side to flip through various options is a major plus5. Tracking fitness and sleep – pairing the watch with the app on your phone is so easy to use, and it’s simplicity is definitely a bonus for someone like myself who takes his fitness seriously, but not too seriouslyDISLIKES1. As much as I want it to be an every occasion watch (which was another thing I was looking out for), I can’t see the “Fire Dragon” being one I can wear to a formal event (as opposed to the “Ice-Breaker”); however, the quickfit release straps allow you to pick and choose for such a timeAnd that’s the only dislike I have – and even that is me nit-picking..!This review is based on the basic capabilities of how I’ve used the watch so far – but I’m being honest when I say that I’m so impressed in the COROS Vertix. And as they sold out within days of being on sale on Amazon first time around, I’d advise picking one up as soon as you can…5 November 2019 – UpdateSince the most recent update on the watch, I no longer receive all notifications from my phone. I’ve removed/reset the watch from the app (also deleted and downloaded the app) to see if it makes a difference – unfortunately, what I’ve tried doesn’t work.I’ve attempted contact with the company, no response.As much I love the watch, how it looks, and its use whilst training, I’m deducting two stars (one for the issue with notifications, the other for no response).

  3. s-t-c-h-e-n-g

    After wearing this watch for more than three months, the stunning impression is its long lasting battery life. Most of the watches battery lives cannot last more than 1 or 2 days, making the experience annoying especially during travelling. I gave up my last wrist band due to this reason that I needed to charge it every now and then and the wrist didn’t feel good. And this Coros watch solves all my troubles. I usually try to keep my routine exercises of every 30-60 min per day. Per this usage, I only need to charge the watch weekly and I could wear it all day every day the rest of time. One reason I pick a sport watch like this rather than an iWatch is that I could get less disturbed by too many functionalities or notifications that I don’t really need. This watch does it job perfectly during my hiking/mountaineering/running trips as a super smart watch; and it displays the time without troubling me the rest of time. I just came back from scuba diving, and the display of this watch is just perfect under the sea water. Since winter is approaching, I’m definitely expecting an out-performance on higher altitude.

  4. Rob

    Way over priced and doesn’t have save your location so you can find later! Garmin and Suunto have that feature for the same price!

  5. G Funk

    UPDATEOK I have now used this watch on a 12 day Pfiffner Traverse, plus some bike rides. On the bike, no big deal – it works well.On the traverse, I had the HIKE mode running about 8-9 hours per day, some days full GPS, other days ULTRAMAX mode. Around Day 6, I charged the watch, although I could have gotten 1 more day out of it. ONE WEEK! I love not having to worry about the battery for an entire week. And when you do charge, its done in an hour or so, I believe.The screen is easy to read above treeline. However in the forest, the high reflection will pick up the canopy and can make reading the display tough at times.At the end of each day, over bluetooth, I download the GPX file into my smartphone GAIA app. No internet needed, thank goodness. The track appears in GAIA and I can marvel at how slow I am.The ULTRAMAX mode is not great if you need precise tracking, which I seldom need, so I will continue to use it over full-time GPS. Thats not a “watch thing” – any watch that samples GPS will take a hit to accuracy. Worth it.Also, still not a scratch on the watch, although I tend to be a little careful.Again, note that the COROS has a barometric altimeter as well as GPS-based. So the elevation is displayed at all times. I love this – its lacking on many watches.So, this watch is a hit for me. No regrets yet and I am still thrilled with it.==============It’s only been a few days. I will update this after the Pfiffner Traverse. Here are some reasons why this is a great watch.BUT FIRST, the packaging on this watch is obscene. A huge plastic container! If you want a Pelican case, then go buy one. Coros are shoving all of these plastic containers into the world for no good reason. It’s RIDICULOUS.OK moving on….Battery LifeI need a watch that I can take on backcountry trips of 10, 20, 30 days and not have to worry about frequent charging. Also with this battery life I can spend more time in cold winter ski tours and not be obsessing about the remaining battery.ErgonomicsThe rotating knob is great. So much better than pressing buttons over and over. Zooming into a gps route is a breeze. Navigating menu options is zippy. What a great idea. Touch screens are nice but not with gloves.Winter Use and Mountaineering.You really can operate this watch with winter gloves.Full-Time ElevationThe barometric elevation can be displayed on your watch face WITHOUT initiating an activity. I cannot tell you how basic this is, but nobody does it.FEET PER HOUR!Finally an actual mountaineer apparently got involved and incorporated an ascent rate in feet per hour. Been waiting for this since my beloved Vertech Alpin II – look it up (don’t).Customer SupportThe day I got the watch I had 2 issues. I received help within 2 hours both times. Amazing.MiscThe accuracies of heart rate and gps appear to be quite good thus far.So… this might be a great choice for a runner. But the Vertix is, in my opinion, an EXCELLENT choice if you are into mountaineering, long backcountry trips, backcountry skiing etc.

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