The Polar Grit X Pro is the first sports watch to be redesigned.
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Polar has released an upgrade to its sports watch line, with the Grit X Pro being the first in a series of minor changes.
Polar has added scratch-resistant glass and an FKM (silicone sport) wristband to the Grit X Pro, raising the price by Rs. 5,233 to Rs. 37,300. It's available in copper, gold, and black.
For Rs. 44,783, it's also released the Grit X Pro Titan, which features a titanium casing that's 12 percent lighter for greater wearability. The Grit X Pro is identical to last year's Polar Grit X outdoor watch and has 40 hours of GPS, military ruggedness, and a water resistance of 100 metres, navigation capabilities (including turn-by-turn directions through Komoot), as well as statistics on running power and training load.
Not only that, Polar is also releasing the Vantage V2 Shift Edition, which comes in silver and black and has both a leather and a sport band that can be swapped very fast.
A new red variant is also available, which comes with an H10 strap.
The Vantage V2 features haven't been updated in any way, but the new Shift versions will set you back Rs.35,562.
Features of the new Polar Unite Finally, the Polar Unite has been upgraded by the business. A new software update will provide a weekly overview of training metrics, statistics on your energy sources, and the option to link your Unite to compatible gym equipment, as well as new teal and red hues.
If you're looking for a sports watch, the new features will make them more wearable and better all-day companions.
Polar aims to break out from the confines of working out in our communities and houses and returning to the real world. It has a more appealing appearance, and more attractive gadgets are part of that drive.
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