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The Polar V800 is an advanced multisports GPS watch for serious sports enthusiasts and professional athletes who want to reach peak performance.

SMART COACHING :

-TRAINING LOAD: Shows you how your training affects your body and helps you compare the load of different sessions. Monitor your load continuously to recognize your personal limits and adjust training intensity and duration accordingly.

- RECOVERY STATUS: Shows you the time necessary for recovery before the next training session.

- TRAINING BENEFIT : Delivers motivating feedback immediately after training describing the effect of the session.

- RUNNING INDEX : Shows how your running performance is developing.

- SMART CALORIES : Lets you know exactly how many calories you’ve burned based on your weight, height, age, gender, your individual maximum heart rate (HRmax) and how hard you’re training.

- ORTHOSTATIC TEST : Orthostatic Test is an easy and reliable test to determine your current condition. It shows how your heart rate responds to training and factors such as stress and illness. By repeating the test regularly, you’ll learn what to expect with your heart rate and what can affect it. You can then adjust your training to allow your body to recover when it needs it.

- FITNESS TEST : A five-minute test that measures aerobic fitness from your resting heart rate, heart rate variability and your background information. Complete the test regularly to see the progress you’re making.

- ACTIVITY GUIDE: Shows how active you’ve been during the day and gives practical guidance for reaching your daily activity goal.

FEATURES :

24/7 Activity Tracking:

Tracks your daily activity at five intensity levels for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and provides a complete picture of all of your activity. It counts your active time, daily burnt calories, steps, distance from steps and sleep.

It’s based on the analyses of the frequency, intensity and regularity of your movements together with your physical information.
Intensity levels are:

Resting (sleep and rest, lying down)

Sitting (sitting or other passive behavior)

Low (standing work, light household chores)

Medium (walking and other moderate activities)

High (jogging, running and other intense activities)

You can also see how different activity intensities accumulate daily activity: the higher the intensity, the faster you’ll reach your activity goal. Find more examples for low, medium and high intensity activities in Polar Flow app and web service.

Activity Goal:

We need physical activity to stay healthy. The Activity Goal helps and motivates you to stay active all day long. Your device tells you your daily Activity Goal and guides you on how to reach it. It’s based on your personal details chosen level of activity and general health recommendations. The activity bar on your device fills up during the day based on the duration and intensity of your activity.

You can stay active at a moderate pace throughout the day or meet your goal faster with more intense activities. Your device helps you to reach your daily activity goal by giving practical guidance like ´walk for 50 minutes or jog for 20 minutes´. You can find more tips on how to reach your Activity Goal in the Polar Flow app and web service.

The foundation of Polar Activity Goal is in evidence-based physical activity guidelines which establish the minimal amount of physical activity needed to achieve important health benefits. The health benefits include healthy body weight, healthy bones, muscles and joints, psychological well-being, and reduced risk of certain diseases.


Active Time:

Includes the cumulative time you spend on your feet and on the move. In other words, low, medium and high intensity activities are considered Active Time. To get more active time, avoid sitting or break it up regularly with short walks.

Research has shown that both the reduced time spent inactive and breaks in inactivity have health associations. Replacing two hours of sitting per day by low intensity activity consumes calories equivalent to brisk walking for 30 minutes.

You can see the time spent on different intensity levels in the Polar Flow app and web service.


Steps and Distance:

Counts your steps and distance from steps you’ve taken during the day. Your steps are estimated based on the frequency, intensity and regularity of your wrist movements.

Activity Summary:

Stores all your daily physical activity. You can easily follow your daily and long-term physical activity in Polar Flow app and web service. The total active time is the cumulative time of body movements that are good for your body and health.

You will find detailed information in the Polar Flow app and web service, like time spent at different activity intensity levels, average of daily goal completion, calories burned and steps taken, amount of inactivity alerts and sleep time and quality.

Activity Benefit:

Tracks all your active choices during the day and shows how they help you stay healthy. Strong scientific evidence exists on the numerous benefits of physical activity. Activity benefits include, e.g. heart health, muscle and bone health, stress reduction and sleep quality.

The Activity Benefit rewards you by giving you daily, weekly and monthly feedback, because the more regularly you move, the greater the health benefits. You can check up on how youre doing either from the Polar Flow app or web service.

Inactivity Alert:

Reminds you to get up and avoid sitting and staying for too long periods – even on those days when you gain enough daily activity. Being inactive has a negative impact on your blood circulation, metabolism and energy expenditure.

You will receive an Inactivity Alert in your training computer after 55 minutes of being inactive which will remind you to add active breaks to your daily routines. If you continue being inactive for more than one hour, you will see an inactivity stamp in the Polar Flow app and web service.You don´t get any Inactivity alerts during night time.

Sleep Duration and Quality:

Your training computer automatically tracks the duration of your sleep and shows in the Polar Flow app and web service how restful your sleep has been.
Most adults do very well with eight hours of sleep, but sleep needs may vary from about six to nine hours. Your sleep needs are affected by several factors like individual characteristics, training load, mental stress, body’s condition and possible sleep debt.

By following your sleeping patterns you can see if they’re affected by any changes in your daily life and find the right balance of rest, daily activity and training.

An assessment of sleep quality relies on your wrist movements. The periods when you sleep peacefully and don’t move a lot are calculated as restful sleep. The periods when you move and change your position are calculated as restless sleep.

Running cadence from the wrist:

Running cadence is the number of steps you take per minute, divided by two. Running cadence from the wrist is measured by the accelerometer in the wrist unit so there is no need for any extra equipment, such as footpods.

Paying attention to running cadence helps you improve your running efficiency and avoid injuries. A low cadence, for example, could mean that you’re overstriding and putting undue stress on your body.


Speed and distance from the wrist:

Measure your speed and distance from the movement of your wrist. Use any of the walking or running sport profiles and let the accelerometer track your distance and speed – indoors and out.

For accurate readings, remember to specify your handedness and other physical settings.

Heart rate:

Heart rate (HR) is an excellent measure of exercise and your training intensity. In the human body heart rate is regulated to match the demands of the body and the environment. When exercise intensity increases, heart rate also increases to match the increased rate of energy expenditure and oxygen uptake.

Heart rate can be expressed as the absolute number of beats per minute (bpm) or as a percentage of your maximum heart rate (% HRmax) or heart rate reserve (% HRR). Absolute heart rate during training is not very informative on its own, but when it’s expressed and interpreted in relation to HRmax or HRR it determines individual exercise intensity.

Your heart rate value in beats per minute (e.g. 125 bpm) is individual and cannot be compared to another persons value. A percentage of your maximum heart rate value on the other hand is comparable. For instance your friend may have a higher heart rate value in bpm, but the percentage of your individual HRmax can be the same. This means that you have the same relative training intensity.

HRmax:

Maximum heart rate (HRmax) is the highest number of heart beats per minute (bpm) during physical exertion. HRmax is individual and may somewhat decrease as you age. It sets the individual reference value for your training intensity and is used in the calculation of the default heart rate zones and many Polar Smart Coaching features.

An age-based HRmax is a rough estimate of your maximum heart rate, and it is used as default in most Polar training computers. The most reliable and safest way to determine your HRmax is to have it measured in a maximal laboratory test.

Heart Rate zones:

Provide an easy way to adjust and monitor the intensity of your training. By using hear rate zones you can also follow heart rate-based training programs. The default zones are based on your HRmax.

Different training intensities have different training benefits, for instance light intensity enhances basic aerobic endurance and hard intensity improves your body’s ability to sustain high intensity exercise and your maximal oxygen uptake.

The default heart rate zones are divided into five intensity zones based on the percentage of your maximum heart rate:

Very light (50–60% HRmax)
Light (60–70% HRmax)
Moderate (70–80% HRmax)
Hard (80–90% HRmax)
Maximum (90–100% HRmax)

You can define the zone limits yourself as you want. More detailed information about this can be found in the Polar Flow web service.

Speed/Pace zones:

Provide an easy way to choose and monitor the intensity of your training based on speed or pace. Speed/pace zones help you vary your training by using different intensities for optimal effects. Speed/pace will be affected for instance by uphill, which usually reduce your pace but increase your heart rate and exercise intensity.

Speed/Pace zones work just like heart rate zones even if speed/pace reacts to change instantly whereas heart rate takes a few moments to reach the new intensity level. There are five zones, and you can use the default ones, but we recommend you to define your own. You can also create training targets based on the zones, and receive guidance on your training computer during training.

Speed/Pace zones are supported in running, cycling, rowing and canoeing sports.

Power zones:

Help you to monitor your training intensity in cycling and to achieve the optimal effects out of your training. Power zones are based on power which is a direct measure of absolute exercise intensity.

Power output is an absolute value of the external work rate, whereas heart rate is the measure of physiological effort needed to produce the power output. Seeing how your heart rate corresponds to the power zones and how it changes over time gives more insight into how your performance is developing.
Using Power zones requires a Kéo Power Bluetooth® Smart pedal set and a compatible Bluetooth® Smart ready training device, such as Polar V800 or Polar V650, in which you can see the power data from the pedals during a training session.

You can define the zone limits yourself as you want. More detailed information about this can be found in the Polar Flow web service.

ZoneLock:

Keeps you training at certain intensity. With ZoneLock you can target and lock a specific training zone during your training session. When you are out of the preset heart rate/speed/pace or power zones, the training computer will give a visual and audio alarm.

ZonePointer:

A moving symbol in zone display in your training computer showing whether you are inside the pre-set or desired target zone. This feature helps you to reach the desired intensity/pace/speed/cadence targets.

Orthostatic Test:

An easy and reliable test to analyze how you recover from intensive, frequent training and optimize your training and prevent overtraining. Orthostatic Test is meant for long-term follow up, based on regular tests.

Heart rate and heart rate variability are good indicators of disturbances, such as fatigue or overtraining, in the autonomic nervous system. When taking the test, heart rate and heart rate variability are measured during supine rest, active standing up and standing.
In addition to training-induced fatigue, the orthostatic test results are affected by several other factors, such as mental stress, sleep, latent illness, environmental changes (temperature, altitude), and others.

Note that you cannot compare your results of orthostatic test to your friends’ results: they are individual and apply only to you.

Polar Fitness Test:

Estimates your aerobic fitness at rest without any exertion in just five minutes. The result, Polar OwnIndex, evaluates your maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) and tells on what aerobic fitness level you are compared with people of the same age and gender.

The test is based on resting heart rate, heart rate variability, gender, age, height, body weight and your self-assessment of the level of long-term physical activity. You can compare your value to the population norms, the average values of people of the same age and gender.

Polar Fitness Test can motivate you to start, maintain or increase physical exercise. You will only need your training computer and a heart rate sensor.
To be able to follow the progress, the test should always be carried out under the same conditions, meaning at the same time of day, in a peaceful environment, and following a light training day or a day of rest.

Running Index:

Your Running Index score is calculated automatically after every run. It is based on a combination of HRmax and HRrest as well as your heart rate, speed and altitude (available on Polar V800) during each training session.

You will get an estimate of your running performance (maximal aerobic running performance as a theoretical VO2max value in ml/min/kg). A higher reading indicates that you have better cardiorespiratory/aerobic fitness.

The Running Index gives you information about your performance level, which is a sum of both aerobic fitness and running economy. Improvement means that running at a given pace requires less effort, or that your pace is faster at a given level of exertion.

Temporary factors, such as weather conditions, heat or stress, can affect your Running Index. That’s why we recommend you follow long-term trends instead of daily fluctuations.

In the Polar Flow web service, you can see your long-term average and your estimated finishing times for 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon runs.

Jump Test:

Helps to assess leg muscular strength and power output and how tired your muscles are. There are three kinds of jump tests to choose from: squat, countermovement and continuous. This requires Stride sensor Bluetooth Smart.

The squat and countermovement tests measure your explosive strength, but in the countermovement jump test your muscles and tendons also do a pre-stretch that lets you use elastic energy, usually allowing you to jump higher.

The continuous jump test measures your anaerobic power. It is especially useful if you do sports that require anaerobic power, in other words maximal effort for short periods.


Smart Calories:

Calculates the number of calories burned based on your individual data: your weight, height, age, gender, HRmax, HRrest, VO2max, and the intensity of your training/activity. The sport of the session is also taken into account via a sport specific factor, which improves the calculation accuracy.

Heart rate-based calorie calculation is used when heart rate is measured, and it measures burned calories the most accurately also in conditions like cycling or lifting weights. Activity-based calorie calculation is used in training computers and activity trackers, when heart rate is not available.

You can see the cumulative energy expenditure (in kilocalories, kcal) during exercise and total kilocalories of the session after exercise. You can also follow your total daily calories.

Training Benefit:

Helps you to understand how each training session benefits your fitness. It also gives you motivating feedback immediately after exercise. With the Training Benefit feature, you can make your training more varied by altering your training intensity and duration.

The Training Benefit feedback is based on exercise intensity and duration. It reads into how much time you spend and how many calories you burn in each intensity zone. You get a quick overview after each session and for more detailed feedback, you can either check your training file from your training computer or later in the Polar Flow app or web service.


Training Load:

Training Load shows you how strenuous you training session was and helps you compare the load of different workouts. For example, you can compare the load of a long low intensity cycling session to that of a short high intensity running session.

Training Load is based on the intensity and duration of a training session. The intensity of a session is measured mainly by using your heart rate. The calculation is further affected by your personal information, such as age, sex, weight, VO2max and training history.

Your aerobic and anaerobic threshold values are used in the calculation. In addition, the sport you are doing is taken into account via a sport specific factor, which improves the calculation accuracy.

Recovery Status:

Recovery Status helps you to find balance between training and rest and estimates how much training load you can tolerate. It keeps track of your cumulative load – that is, the intensity, volume and frequency of your training as well as your daily activity measured by a Polar wrist unit. Recovery Status takes your training background into account and estimates your current and future level of physical strain.

Too much training in relation to time for recovery may lead to fatigue and decrease in performance. On the other hand, with too little training within a time frame, you may not take advantage of your whole capacity. By keeping an eye on your recovery status you can plan your training so that you avoid over- and undertraining.

The four Recovery Status levels are:

Undertrained
Balanced
Strained
Very strained

You can see your Recovery Status in the Polar Flow web service. V800 users can see their Recovery Status also on the V800’s display.

Back to Start:

Directs you to your starting point in the shortest distance possible (straight line distance), as well as shows the distance to your starting point.

Distance:

Distance (km, mi) can be set and measured in several ways. Training distance tells you the distance traveled during a training session. Lap distance tells you the distance of one lap.

Altitude, ascent/descent:

Allows you to identify your current altitude and to determine altitude-related conditions. Your current altitude is shown as meters/feet and ascended and descended meters/feet. Altitude is measured either with GPS or an atmospheric air pressure sensor (V800, V650).

Sport profiles:

Allows you to choose the sport relevant for your training from over a hundred Polar sports with sport-specific reports. You can get the most valuable information for you from your chosen sport.

All sport profiles are based on certain logic and the most common (endurance) sports are enhanced with Polar-specific multipliers affecting calorie and training load calculation.

You can choose and adjust your own favorite sports and define specific settings for each one in the Polar Flow web service. In more advanced training computers you can get tailored views during your training and choose what data you want to follow during training, for instance heart rate or just speed and distance.

User-adjustable training displays:

Allows you to have tailored views for different sports. In Polar Flow web service under sport profiles you can choose what data you want to follow during training, for instance your heart rate or just speed and distance.

Multisport training:

Allows you to do multiple sports in one training session and seamlessly switch between sports without interrupting the recording of your training.
During a multisport training session your transition times between sports are automatically monitored, allowing you to see how long it took you to switch from one sport to another.

GPS:

Built-in GPS provides accurate speed and distance measurement for a range of outdoor sports, and allows you to see your route on the map in the Polar Flow app and web service after your session.

GPS Power save mode:

Allows you to save the battery life of your training computer during long training sessions by adjusting the GPS interval from 1 second to 60 seconds. A longer interval gives you more recording time, while a shorter interval allows you to record more detailed data.

Race pace:

Race pace allows you to set a target speed/pace for a certain distance. It then helps pacing the run or ride by showing the current speed/pace and by telling how much you are behind or ahead of the set target.
For example during a half marathon you could see what your finish time would be if you continued with the same pace.

Route guidance:

Discover new routes from other users on Polar Flow. Add their recorded routes to your favorites and let Route Guidance guide you on the map while you ride.

Speed/Pace:

Speed (km/h or mi/h) is measured with GPS, a stride sensor or a cycling speed sensor. You can also set a target based on your speed/pace training zones. You can get current, average and maximum values of your speed/pace.
Pace (min/km or min/mile) stands for the rate of speed. Pace is usually used in running.

Training targets:

Allows you to create detailed training targets in the Polar Flow web service and save them to your training diary or as favorites for later use and sync them to your training device. You can set for instance calorie, time or distance-based targets, race pace targets or phased targets with heart rate or speed/pace guidance.During training you can easily follow the guidance on your training computer as you will see the zone and other relevant information on the display. You will also get an audio and vibration alert when you need to slow down or speed up to make sure your training goes as targeted.

After the training session you can analyze your result and compare it with your target in the Polar Flow web service.

R-R Recording test:

Saves your heartbeat intervals, that is, intervals between successive heartbeats. This information is also shown as instantaneous heart rate in beats per minute in recorded samples.

In Polar Flow web service you can analyze your heart rate variability with an accuracy of 1 ms, get a visualized recording, and export raw, unfiltered RR interval data for use in third party Heart Rate Variability analysis tools for a more in-depth study.


Training history:

Stores your recent training files. Memory capacity and number of stored training files varies according to training computer and what and how much data is included in files (e.g. heart rate, GPS). Certain languages also affect the memory capacity.


Training diary:

Allows you to easily follow up on your past training and activity as well as your planned training sessions four weeks ahead and back in time. Information shown includes: training plans, individual training results, tests.

In Polar Flow web service you can follow your diary in a daily, weekly or monthly view.

Interval Timers:

Allows you to do interval training and helps you to know when it’s time to switch from a harder to a lighter period and vice versa. You can set two timers for any interval workout, based on distance or time, and repeat then as many time as you want.


HeartTouch:

Allows you to activate light, see time of day or change training views without pressing any buttons. During your training session simply bring your training computer close to your heart rate sensor, for instance if you are using gloves. Set one preferred action/information in the Polar Flow web service.

Laps, manual:

Allows you to take laps on the go whenever you want.

Laps, automatic:

Set your automatic laps in the Polar Flow web service based on a certain time frequency, distance or location.


Swimming Metrics:

Easily track your swimming performance with automatic detection of your swimming style, distance, pace, strokes and rest times. Swimming metrics help you to analyze each swimming session and follow your performance and progress in the long run. In addition, with the help of the SWOLF score you can improve your swimming technique.

All swimming metrics can be measured in pool swimming and swimming. Open water swimming supports distance and strokes.

Tap gestures:

Allows you to use shortcuts in time mode and during training. When you tap the display of your training computer in time mode, it will show your recovery status.

During training, you can also take lap time, change the training view or turn the light on by tapping the display.
You can choose your preferred action/information shown on the display in sport profiles in Polar Flow web service. You can adjust the tap sensitivity in device settings.

Training reminder:

Allows you to set reminders to alarm you about different tasks (e.g. drink break) during training session, based on a certain time or distance. You can set these reminders in the Polar Flow web service and create your own notification text.

Autostop/start:

When Autostop/start is on, your training computer automatically starts and stops the recording as you start or stop moving during training.

Cadence:

Measures your real time and average cadence of your entire cycling session by wireless cadence sensor with Bluetooth. By using cadence sensor you can improve your cycling technique and identify your optimal cadence.

The cadence sensor measures your pedaling rate as revolutions per minute so you can compare the effectiveness of your ride against previous rides.

Speed:

Measures your speed wirelessly and accurately and gives you current, average and maximum speed values.
You can see the speed in your training computer during your cycling session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.

Distance:

Measures your distance wirelessly and accurately and gives you training and lap and total distance values.
You can see the distance in your training computer during your cycling session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.


Incline measurement:

Tells you the uphill or downhill inclination in numerical form, helping you to adjust your cycling effort accordingly. It shows you the uphill/downhill steepness in percentages and grades.

You can see the inclination in your training computer during your cycling session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.

Kéo Power Essential Bluetooth Smart:

Measures your cycling power and helps you to monitor and develop your cycling performance and technique with clipless power measurement in one pedal. Shows also how you use force against the pedal with the force vector feature
You can get instant feedback such as power output in watts and current and average cadence.

After your cycling session you can sync your training data to the Polar Flow app and web service for further analysis.

Kéo Power Bluetooth Smart:

Measures your cycling power and helps you to monitor and develop your cycling performance and technique with clipless power measurement in both pedals. Shows also how you use force against the pedal with the force vector feature
You can get instant feedback such as power output in watts, left and right leg power balance and current and average cadence.

After your cycling session you can sync your training data to the Polar Flow app and web service for further analysis.

Cadence:

Gives leg cadence measurements and your current, average and maximum values.

You can see the value in your training computer during your cycling session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.

Distance:

Measures distance for a training session and gives you lap, trip and total distance values.

You can see the distance in your training computer during your cycling session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.

Average stride length:

Gives accurate and highly responsive average stride length measurements for improving your running technique and efficiency.

You can see the average stride length in your training computer during your training session and in the Polar Flow app and web service afterwards.

Speed/Pace:

Measures your speed/pace wirelessly and accurately and gives you current, average and maximum speed/pace values.

You can see the speed/pace in your training computer during your training session and in Flow app and web service afterwards.


Jump Test:

Helps to assess leg muscular strength and power output and how tired your muscles are. There are three kinds of jump tests to choose from: squat, countermovement and continuous. This requires Stride sensor Bluetooth Smart.

The squat and countermovement tests measure your explosive strength, but in the countermovement jump test your muscles and tendons also do a pre-stretch that lets you use elastic energy, usually allowing you to jump higher.

The continuous jump test measures your anaerobic power. It is especially useful if you do sports that require anaerobic power, in other words maximal effort for short periods.


Weight: 79g
Thickness: 12,7 mm
Display size: 128 x 128 pixels, high contrast, high resolution display
Water resistance: WR30
Display texts in languages: 15

Bluetooth Smart + GymLink (5kHz):

Connects your Polar device and possible sensors to each other and enables you to sync your data via mobile. It is a standardized, wireless communication technology that is optimized for low power consumption and based on an open platform.

Once paired, the Bluetooth Smart sensor is automatically locked to transmit data to your training computer. The training computer picks up your data from your transmitter only.

5kHz transmission works without pairing and is optimized to transmit heart rate data in water sports, like swimming, and also in certain gym environments.Bluetooth Smart + GymLink (5kHz)
Connects your Polar device and possible sensors to each other and enables you to sync your data via mobile. It is a standardized, wireless communication technology that is optimized for low power consumption and based on an open platform.

Once paired, the Bluetooth Smart sensor is automatically locked to transmit data to your training computer. The training computer picks up your data from your transmitter only.

5kHz transmission works without pairing and is optimized to transmit heart rate data in water sports, like swimming, and also in certain gym environments.

Bluetooth Smart:

Connects your Polar device and possible sensors to each other and enables you to sync your data via mobile. It is a standardized, wireless communication technology that is optimized for low power consumption and based on an open platform.

Once paired, the Bluetooth Smart sensor is automatically locked to transmit data to your training computer. The training computer picks up your data from your transmitter only.

Smart Notifications:

Allows you to stay up to date when wearing your training computer in your everyday life. You will receive audio or vibration alerts from incoming calls, messages and push notifications from social media apps and see them on the display of your training computer.

During training you can see who’s calling and decide if you want to pick up or keep on enjoying your workout.

You can define which notifications you wish to receive in your phone’s settings or turn off notifications altogether from your training computer.

Button lock:

Keeps the buttons of your training computer safety locked avoiding any undesired accidental presses.

Temperature:

Temperature can be selected as one of the data fields on the training display. Shows temperature only during exercise.

Bike settings for three bicycles:

Allows you to define settings in your training computer for up to three sensor-based bikes. When you start training, you can select the bike with the correct settings for that particular cycling session.

Firmware update:

Allows you to update the software to the latest version with a USB cable.

Diary:

Offers an easy way to follow your training, activity and progress in the Polar Flow web service. You can see your data in a daily, monthly or weekly view.

The Diary data includes e.g. completed training sessions and plans, test results and your daily activity.

Map view:

Gives you a map view of your training route in the Polar Flow web service when GPS used. On the map you can examine your training data in further detail.

Relive:


Creates a video presenting your previous training routes and allows you to see the highlights of the session. The video is available in the Polar Flow web service and you can share it with your friends and contacts in the Polar Flow community.

Explore:

Allows you to see and discover public training sessions that other users have shared by browsing the map in the Polar Flow web service.

Social feed:

Be a part of the Polar training community and meet other Polar trainers there. You can share your own achieves, like training sessions or activity summaries or you can follow and comment other trainers´ training session or activity summary.

Instant activity and training analysis:

Gives you an instant, visual summary of one training session or your activity in the Polar Flow app. You can follow your activity in daily, weekly or monthly view.

Advanced activity and training analysis:


Allows you to easily analyze every detail of your training and long-term physical activity in the Flow web service. You can also get a deeper insight into your training analyses, for example compare your heart rate against speed, view detailed lap information or analyze your performance related to the route.

Besides the many details you get about your physical activity and all the health benefits that come with it, you can also get practical guidance how to reach your Activity Goal and see your inactive periods.

Training planning:

Create detailed training targets in the Flow web service. You can save them to your training diary or as favorites for later use and sync them to your training computer.

You can set for example calorie, time or distance based targets or phased heart rate or speed/pace based targets. With your training targets you can ensure that you gain the desired training effect.

During training you can easily follow the guidance on your training computer and get notification with relevant information on the display with audio or vibration alert.

After your training session you can make a deeper analysis in the Polar Flow web service how you succeeded compared to your target

Sport profile settings:

Allows you to choose the sport relevant for your training from over a hundred Polar sports with sport-specific reports. You can get the most valuable information for you from your chosen sport.

All sport profiles are based on certain logic and the most common (endurance) sports are enhanced with Polar-specific multipliers affecting calorie and training load calculation.

You can choose and adjust your own favorite sports and define specific settings for each one in the Polar Flow web service. In more advanced training computers you can get tailored views during your training and choose what data you want to follow during training, for instance heart rate or just speed and distance

Progress follow-up:

Offers you a practical tool to follow your development with reports and graphs over longer periods. In Week, Month and Year reports you can choose the sport you want to include to the report. In Custom period you can choose both the period and the sport.

Compatibility:

Compatible with PC Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and later

Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6, OS X 10.7, OS X 10.8, and later

Compatible with Polar Flow web service via USB cable / micro USB cable

Compatible with Polar Flow mobile app via Bluetooth Smart

Data export:

Allows you to manually export data of your training session to third party apps and services as TCX, GPX or CSV files. You can also zip the files for faster download.

E.g. you can export a specific route in GPX format or a training session including key training data like route, heart rate, calories and cadence in TCX format.

3rd party compatibility
Offers an easy way to connect your Polar training device with 3rd party services.

Your training and daily activity details are automatically sent and available to be used in the services where you allow it. Now you can be connected for example with Apple Health Kit, Google Fit, MyFitnessPal (iOS users) and MapMyFitness,

Polar is actively developing new 3rd party compatible services and will update the information constantly.


SPEC :

Integrated GPS
Barometer
Accelerometer
8MB flash memory
Rechargeable 350 mAh lithium polymer battery
Battery duration up to 13h of training time with GPS and sensors and up to 50h in GPS low power mode
Gorilla glass window
Aluminum and stainless steel shell
Water resistant - 30m

CONNECTIVITY

USB cable for data sync with PC or Mac via Polar FlowSync
Bluetooth Smart
Hybrid solution for sensors: BT Smart & 5kHz (heart rate, stride, bike speed, cadence, power)
Polar Flow web service compatibility with Mac OS X 10.6, OS X 10.7, OS X 10.8, or later, and PC Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, or later
Polar Flow mobile app compatibility
Updatable software
UI languages English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, German, Italian, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese

The most advanced training companion comes with smart notifications. Designed for 24/7 use and demanding sports conditions, the V800 makes sure you stay in the know wherever you are.

DONT MISS A THING

See incoming calls and texts at a glance. Answer calls using your watch or decline them when training demands it.

KEEP UP TO DATE

Check message notifications conveniently on the V800s display when your phone is not at hand.

BE WHERE YOU NEED TO BE

V800 will alert you about the appointments on your calendar and makes sure youre always on time.

STAY SOCIAL

Get the latest social media updates on your wrist to make sure youre in the loop.

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