PREMIUM GPS MULTISPORT WATCH FOR MULTISPORT TRIATHLON TRAINING Train smarter and discover the winner within yourself with Polar Vantage V. A premium multisport watch designed for pro athletes and for anyone who trains like a pro. If you're looking for a cutting-edge water-resistant companion for triathlon or marathon training, Polar Vantage V is the perfect match. With the latest wearable tech innovations the Polar Vantage V gives you all the accurate data you would need to maximise your performance.
Weight: 66 g
Measurements: 46 x 46 x 13 mm
Display: Always on colour touch display with Gorilla Glass. Size 1.2, resolution 240 x 240.
Battery: 320 mAh Li-pol battery. Battery life up to 40 h in training mode (GPS and wrist-based heart rate).
GPS Barometer: Integrated GPS GLONASS. Assisted GPS for fast fix times. Barometric altitude, incline, ascent and descent.
Connectivity: Bluetooth Low Energy. Custom USB cable for charging and data synchronisation.
Watch: Time date. Alarm with snooze.
UI languages: English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Indonesian, Czech
Sensors: Compatible with Polar BLE heart rate sensors.
Water resistance: Water-resistant (WR30)
Wristbands: Durable and comfortable silicone.
Sizing: S: wrist circumference 130-185 mm; M/L: wrist circumference 155-210 mm
Plan your training: Plan all your training from individual workouts to full season plans.
Analyse your results: Get to the heart of your performance with the extensive training analysis tools.
Share with your coach: Share your training data with your coach or PT with the free Polar Flow for Coach service.
Get social: Share your highlights, join groups and let the Polar Flow community help you on your way to your goals.
In The Box
Polar Vantage V pro multisport watch
Polar Vantage V user manual
Listening to your body is one thing, understanding what it is telling you is an altogether different story. Polar helps you get under the skin of your training. We put it down to a combination of expertise in sports, physiology and electronics, coupled with a deep understanding of customer needs. It’s no surprise then that we’ve been leading the way in technological innovations and heart rate monitors since 1977.
The Ad'Vantage" of Run PowerBy: Chuck on 22 March 2019Polar ain't no newbie to the wearable market. Ten years removed since my last encounter with this iconic cardiovasculation metric creater, I've come jogging back for another go. The promise of run power in unit turned my head faster than a white sock and saddle combo. While run power can be achieved with a variety of foot pod sensors, there is a definite terminal velocity to how many gadgets I am willing to don. With copious amounts of experience with power meters on the bike, I knew what to expect. The biggest requirement with any power measurement is the device needs to be accurate within itself. I found the readings to be consistent over multiple runs. Even on runs with a mate wearing the same watch, we were at most times with in a few percent of each other. In a world delayed by heart rate lag time, power is the answer for anyone looking for real time pacing and interval data. Your power updates every second based on a ten second measurement. This is far quicker than the thirty to forty second lag of heart rate. The rest of the watch matches whats expected. It's light and thin like similar Garmins, only without all the plastic. The build feels solid. My only beef is with battery life and GPS accuracy. Expect your distance to vary slightly from your running mate's. As a 10K runner the battery life is no issue. For those ultra long distances it may not last, although you can charge the watch while in active training mode, something Polar's competitors don't do. I give my experience a solid 4. Good value and some really useful features that set this watch apart from the field.