Coros: Multisport Watches
Making a mark in the world of fitness is no easy task. It's the same as your regime; you have to put in effort every day to see the results. But from time to time, there are market disruptors that come in with all guns blazing and get everyone’s attention.
One of these is Coros. Although relatively new in the industry, they as a watch brand have found their niche rather quickly. Exceedingly popular amongst fitness enthusiasts, the Coros watches like Pace and Apex have been received well by both people and critics alike. Being light and stylish, each Coros has been made with the optimum user experience in mind.
So, now you want to get a Coros watch for yourself, but which one to buy. This question perplexes a lot of new fitness watch buyers. What do you need in the watch? Is it worth the price tag, and how do you intend to use it? Will you be taking it out into the sun or the water or just for light jogs? These are some of the things that you need to take into account while deciding on a Coros watch.
In total, there are three timepieces that you can choose from - Pace, Apex, and Vertix. All these are GPS-enabled smartwatches, but the Apex and Vertix have additional features that might appeal to different people. But do not underestimate the Pace. It is the perfect companion for people who are looking for simplicity and ease of function.
Here are the best features of each to help you decide which one is right for you:
Coros Pace 2An update to the previous, the new Pace 2 is a great all-rounder watch that improves upon the foundation that its predecessor laid. Now 30% lighter than the last generation, the new Coros Pace multisport GPS watch just weighs 29 grams.
The Coros pace GPS sports watch now has a battery life of 30 hours. This means that you will only have to charge the watch once every fortnight even with heavy usage. The trendsetter and the product that launched Coros into the market, Pace is a great all-in-one solution that rivals even the more advanced models by their counterparts.
Its new nylon strap is comfortable and does not chafe you even if you train for 3-4 hours a day. The night mode is another feature that has been added to the new generation of Pace, which makes it great for a variety of applications.
The sleek design and the large dial should be more than enough for most runners looking for style and functionality. Coros Apex multisport watch is the middle-of-the-road option in the Coros lineup. The Coros Apex premium GPS multisport watch 42mm is perfect for most people, whether they be hardcore enthusiasts or just getting into fitness.
The two-button interface works exceptionally well in most settings, and the Coros Apex watch is streamlined and simplistic. With 35 hours of charge and 30 days of battery backup on the basic mode, the Coros Apex premium multisport GPS watch doesn’t need a lot of charge to last long. One of the best watches that is the perfect blend of looks and features, the GPS Coros Apex premium is a great fit for any enthusiast.
If you are in the market for a new watch, then buy the Coros Apex premium GPS multisport watch without any hesitation. Coros Apex Pro gives you a host of features that are hard to find at this price point and is not bulky like its competitors. The ideal size and the comfortable strap make it a great daily driver and chic enough for office use too.
Coros VertixIt is a great mix of functionality, style, and features and is definitely aimed at people who like to have adventures. Built rugged for trail hikers and cross-country runners, the sapphire glass is tough and does not get damaged even on impact. From distance, heart rate and elevation gain to stamina level and compass, the Coros Vertix multisport GPS watch has all the features that you would need.
Its exceptional battery life of 45 hours can be extended to a whopping 150 hours when switched to a lower GPS mode. The five optional screens are available at any time and only a swipe away. If you are someone who loves to take on mountains or trails at elevated levels, then the Altitude Acclimation System is a boon for you. It automatically starts after you get to 2,500 m and gives you a score based on how acclimatized you are to the environment. It also gives an alert if you should turn around and go back on your trail if continuing on it might be dangerous for you.
Finding the perfect watch is a daunting task, but not as daunting as the path you take on your fitness journey. Let a smartwatch make this journey easier. Get the GPS Coros Apex premium multisport watch or Pace or the Vetrix. These will add value to your life and wellness in general and are stylish enough to be worn instead of a normal watch too.
Whatever your choice may be, you won’t go wrong with a Coros.