Coros has launched a new GPS watch called the VERTIX, which the California-based company claims to be “the world’s most powerful adventure watch.”
Building on the success of their award-winning APEX, Coros has introduced the VERTIX, boasting impressive features such as a battery life of 45-days in regular use, 60+ hours in full GPS mode and an even more impressive 150 hours using the low-power UltraMax GPS mode.
Additionally, the VERTIX also has a pulse oximeter that’s capable of 24/7 altitude acclimation monitoring, wrist-based navigation with interactive touch screen for easy viewing, detailed training metrics and performance evaluations, as well as 150-meter water proof rating.
The VERTIX also features a rugged titanium frame and bezel with scratch-resistant sapphire glass, which is available in four colors including an Icebreaker option that has a clear see-through casing.
Three buttons and a digital crown allows for easy access to the VERTIX’s menu system, providing users with detailed training metrics and the ability to analyze performance to help keep them in peak fitness zones during activity. Moreover, the watch is packed full of sensors such as a heart rate monitor, compass and a barometric altimeter for accurate elevation readings.
The Coros VERTIX sells for $600, which will be available in four colors starting in June.
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