Polar Grit X Pro Titan – Accuracy, some initial thoughts

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Reading Time: 5 minutesPolar Grit X Pro Titan – Running Accuracy Polar’s new Grit X Pro Titan is even lighter than before because of the Titanium bezel. This might make a difference to the oHR and GNSS (GPS) performance for a couple of reasons. Firstly a lighter device might move less on your wrist so enabling oHR to be more accurate whereas the increased amount of metal might help or hinder GPS reception. Let’s see. GPS Accuracy This is just for running as it’s too cold for me to do OWS and just take it as a given that GPS…


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