Weight 31.7g (S), 33.7g (M), 37.3g (L) Wristband thickness 13.5 mm Wristband width 23.5 mm
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Polar A360 Review
This is the first Polar’s fitness tracker and they aimed for a high-tech device with a lot of high-end features. It offers a heart rate monitor included along with your own personal coach which will help you achieve your daily and long-term goals. It’s also waterproof and it can track the distance your covered, calories you burned, and the quality of your sleep.
Pros / What Customers Like:
The band is waterproof and it’s great to see just how a device like this performs in the swimming pool.
The companion app for iPhone and Android will track your daily activities and display them neatly for you, in details.
The band comes with a heart rate monitor included; a great touch for people looking to get the most out of their fitness tracker.
Customers have reported that they managed to pair with a lot of third-party apps and improve their experience.
It provides a sufficient battery life which depends on what functions you are going to use.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
When compared to other similar bands, its heart rate monitor seems a bit off from the competition.
Customers have reported that the wristband can be easily torn.
Unfortunately, there is no GPS tracking and the device relies solely on step counting.
First of all, developing a high-tech gadget like this one requires a lot of time and effort. The Polar A360 offers a lot of different functions but it sometimes fails to display and showcase them properly. Polar could have done a much better job with this fitness tracker if they made it sturdier and if they included a GPS tracker to help you get the distance you cover accurately. The heart rate monitor is a good touch but customers have reported that the results they receive are nowhere as accurate as they should be.