Polar blends a M400 and A360 in this affordable entrance turn tracker

October 23, 2016 - running watch

The Polar M200 has left live, radically merging all a best facilities of a M400 and a A360 into one affordable small package.

Squarely directed during amateur runners who wish to get some-more from their training sessions, a Polar M200 brings a Finnish company’s visual heart rate tracking tech to a wrist during a budget(ish) cost point. It will cost $149 when it goes on sale after this year.

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Polar initial combined wrist-based bpm tracking with a A360 and it was a bit of a let down but, with a just-launched Android Wear powered M600, we found a heart rate monitoring most some-more on a money.

With GPS built in and entrance to Polar Flow and a dedicated using programs it offers and that underling $150 price-tag, a M200 could good be an ideal initial using watch. The Garmin Forerunner 35 is substantially a closet rival, though that’s around $50 more.

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What’s more, a Polar M200 throws in bland activity tracking facilities such as steps, burnt calories, nap time and nap quality, and it boasts smartwatch-esque facilities such as call alerts, incoming texts and third-party amicable media updates.

We gave a Polar M400 4 stars when we reviewed it behind in 2014 and we were recently tender by a heart rate tracking on a M600 so we’re flattering vehement by a M200’s credentials.

The waterproof Polar M200’s ubiquitous battery life isn’t mentioned so distant though we do know that you’ll get 6 hours of GPS tracking before it’s burnt out. We also know Polar will be punishment transmutable wristbands for $19.90 a pop.

The M200 is rising after this year and, as mentioned costs $149. It comes in red and black as standard, with a other colour options to follow.

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