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Coros Pace 2 Premium GPS Sport Watch

$369.00

The lightest GPS watch on the market at its launch – from 29g with the new COROS Nylon band with battery life of 20 days of regular use, 30 hours in full GPS mode
Built-in running power metrics from the wrist plus native and complete integration with Stryd power meters
Featuring running, cycling, swimming, cardio, strength, and water sports modes with ongoing support and updates.
Includes optical heart rate monitor, barometric altimeter, accelerometer, compass, gyroscope and... read more

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ENDURANCE ON YOUR WRIST

COROS PACE 2 offers 20 days of daily use. That’s 20 days of tracking heart rate and sleeping, triggering backlight, measuring steps, getting notifications and even alarms every day. So, leave your charger behind, and travel for your next race, game or family vacation with confidence.

PACKS A PUNCH

Thanks to the efficiency of COROS GPS battery technology, COROS PACE 2 offers 30 hours of full GPS battery life. That’s a 20% increase from the original COROS PACE. If you need a little extra life, switch to UltraMax mode when the watch has low battery remaining.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

COROS PACE 2 is jam packed with the sport modes you’ve been looking for. Go beyond your standard Run, Bike or Swim, and test out the new Strength Mode, or explore the accuracy of Track Run mode.

YOUR NEW PERSONAL TRAINER

The Strength Training program has over 200 exercises and growing already built in for upper body, lower body, core work and more. COROS PACE 2 autodetects your body movements and monitors your heart rate to measure your calories burned.

MUSCLE HEATMAP

Once you’re done, check out the all new muscle heatmap to see which muscle groups saw the most action in a daily, weekly, or monthly view, to help determine your next block of training.

LEARN FROM THE BEST AND SHARE

Once you’re done, check out the all new muscle heatmap to see which muscle groups saw the most action in a daily, weekly, or monthly view, to help determine your next block of training.