Last October, Polar updated its Vantage V and M GPS sports watches with several new features such as advanced sleep tracking and recovery measurement to name a couple.
As of this week however, the wearables giant has further updated its range of Vantages watches to include compatibility with the third-party training apps FitSpark, Race Pace and Strava Live Segments.
According to Polar, these updates include:
Additionally, the Vantage V is one of the only GPS sports watches that supports running power without the need for any external heart rate strap or waist/foot pod.
However, the Strava Live Segments support is limited to the Vantage V and will not be present on the Vantage M.
The Vantage V is available for $499.95, while the Vantage M sells for $279.95. Both watches are available in a variety of colors, including black, white, orange, blue and black copper.
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