Here we look at the most important aspects of the accuracy of the Polar Vantage M and the Polar Vantage V. Specifically we look at the performance of the Precision Prime optical HR and of the Sony GPS chip used by both Vantage models across different types of workouts in running, cycling and swimming; although other aspects of accuracy like steps, elevation and sleep are also at least briefly covered. This post specifically forms part of the main and detailed review of the Polar Vantage, it’s included as a separate post to aid the reading of the LONG main review.…
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