The Javier Gomez Noya Special Edition Polar V800 GPS Heart Rate Watch
- Integrated GPS
- Sport specific profiles including swimming and transition times
- Shows you how your training affects your body and helps you compare the load of different sessions
- Shows you the time necessary for recovery before the next training session
- Based on your long-term progress, predicts your event finish times for 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathons
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Polar V800 is a multi-sport watch with GPS, heart rate, training load and recovery. 24/7 activity tracker measuring steps, calories, time, sleep, activity goal and activity guidance. Running, cycling, swimming and triathlon mode including transition times. Features include calories, training benefits, running index, altimeter, Back to start function, race pace and route guidance. Measures pool metrics and open water including stroke rate, SWOLF score, stroke type, distance. Links to Polar balance smart scale. Features the Polar Bike Mount, Polar Cadence Sensor, Polar H7 heart rate sensor with red strap and a USB charging cable.
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On land the H10 is excellent. However, one of the major advertising elements of this products is its triathlon capabilities which include an extensive swimming feature suite, and is a particular reason I purchased this unit. I swim 3-5 days a week and have thus far had zero success with the included H10 heart-rate sensor. No matter how tight the strap is, even to the point of being uncomfortable, it will roll over and slide down my chest when making a turn or pushing off the wall initially and become a worthless annoyance from that point forward until it can be reset or removed at the next wall. I am sure these issues would go away with the addition of either a tight fitting rash guard/wet-suit for men or when worn under a one-piece suit for women but it is still none the less disappointing and seems as though this aspect of its design was never actually tested by Polar. None of these things are deal breakers but I would like others to be aware of them if thinking about purchasing primarily for swimming.
UNACCEPTABLE for a watch which cost me $385.00
Furthermore a quote for $330.00 dollars to fix an obviously DEFECTIVE PRODUCT.
Granted, I train A LOT (10h+ weekly) and I sweat profusely, but I rinsed the watch pretty much after every use. This should not have happened with a product that even aims at professionals.
The Garmin watches I compared it to after this debacle appear to have a much more solid back and water proofing, the whole design of the Polar seems flimsy in comparison. I do prefer the stylish look of the Polar but not at the expense of functioning.
I also had problems with the charger/sync cable due to corrosion around the port regardless of how often I rinsed the watch, another MAJOR FLAW.
Overall the functionality is decent, albeit pool swimming was somewhat unreliable. Generally speaking the watch seems overpriced for its function, compared to other brands, even if it did still work.