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COROS PACE 2 Watch

$198.95

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We all know how to pace ourselves on the skin track, but how does one pace 2? The simple answer is to get the PACE 2 sports watch from COROS. This gem is both light on the wrist as well as the wallet. Don't let that fool you, there is still a long-lasting battery behind the Corning® Glass face and feature-packed software as well. The customizable display lets you make your most important parameters the easiest to see, dependent on which activity you are partaking in. With just one button to fiddle with, you can navigate quickly and without a steep learning curve. That also means you only have one button to keep in lock mode. That way you don't accidentally mash it and stop your data mining. From dawn patrol to night skiing and an entire day in between, you can rely on your COROS PACE 2 to keep on ticking and collecting data with every stride or turn.

  • Lightweight construction allows you to train without distraction.
  • Incredible 30 hours of battery life in full GPS mode.
  • Nylon band is more breathable and lighter than the standard silicone band, with multiple color options for comfort AND style.
  • Incredible accuracy for such a small watch - it's the Mighty Mouse of watches.
  • Multiple sport modes give a variety of workout options, so you'll never leave it behind.
  • Backlight stays on during workouts for high visibility when you impulsively check your watch every 5 seconds.
Specifications
Charging Time Less than 2 hours
Weight
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35g
Battery Life 20 days of regular use
30 hours in Full GPS mode
60 hours in UltraMax mode
Screen Touch No
Waterproof Rating 5ATM (50 Meters/164 Feet)
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Connection ANT+ / Bluetooth
24/7 HR Monitoring Yes
Barometric Altimeter Yes
Blood Oxygen Monitoring No
Compass Yes
Display Type Always-On Memory LCD
Face Material Corning® Glass
GPS Mode GPS/QZSS, GLONASS, BeiDou
Optical HR Monitor Yes
Strap Material Nylon or Silicone
Skimo Co Says
Usage Any activity where data is just fun to collect
Notes Small face makes for a lighter weight watch
Bottom Line Simple, powerful, battery for days (literally)
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Questions & Reviews

8/13/2022
Question from John
 
How does it track vertical ascent/descent?
8/13/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey John, COROS watches use both barometric altimeter and GPS data to determine elevation gain and loss. Note that the watch will automatically calibrate the elevation using GPS during outdoor workouts, and there is also an option to calibrate the elevation manually.
8/13/2022
Answer from Hays W
 
Thanks @Teddy! What I was more trying to figure out is what the user interface and readout looks like for elevation gain. I’m drawn to this watch for price, size, lightweight, but noted that it doesn’t have a ski or climb mode per se, and wondering if there are workarounds. For example, would I be able to configure to see ascending pace, etc? I’ve seen elsewhere that you can use “GPS Cardio” mode as kind of a catch all mode, but wanted a little more info before pulling trigger. Thanks agains for any info you can share!
8/16/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Good question! It looks like Bike is the only workout mode on the Pace 2 that supports the Vertical Speed data type, so that's an option! This can be displayed in meters per hour or feet per hour, depending on your preference.

Luckily, Elevation Gain/Loss should be supported by Run, Bike, Track Run, and GPS Cardio.
8/16/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Here's another screenshot from the iOS app showing what the elevation gain/loss data fields might look like on the watch.
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