M400 is an exceptional blend of sporty design, integrated GPS and advanced training features, along with plenty of options to keep an eye on your activity 24/7. Push your boundaries and step out of the ordinary. In the Polar Flow service, you can set yourself targets and reach them - in all the sports you do. M400 also keeps tabs on your personal bests and lets you know when you've made a new record. M400 gives you the freedom to explore new, more adventurous routes: you can measure your pace, distance and altitude and find your way back home. Light, comfortable and water-resistant, M400 is made to be worn all day long - both in and outside your training sessions. Get guidance throughout your workouts, capture your activity and get alerts when it's time to get upand move. When you use M400 together with the Polar Flow service and app, you get all the tools, stats and support you need to step up your game. Challenge yourself with new goals, go over your training sessions and learn more about your active lifestyle. Sync all your training details between M400 and the Polar Flow web service and app with Bluetooth Smart. After training get a quick visual overview of your training and analyse your achievements in the Polar Flow app. The very moment when taking the first step of the run, when you compete only with yourself. That moment you discover you're stronger than you think and feel like you never want to slow down. Those are the moments beyond ordinary. Moments when you know you're building something new.
Track pace, distance and altitude with the built-in GPS. Find your way back home with Back to Start.
Follow your 24/7 activity, calories and steps. Daily activity at different intensity levels (low, medium, high).
Plan, sync and share your training with Polar Flow mobile app and web service.
Set targets to beat your personal best.
Train at the right intensity within your personal heart rate zones (requires H7 heart rate sensor).
NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN THE BLACK
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 03 August, 2015.