Coros Apex 2 and Coros Apex 2 Pro Announced

Coros Apex 2 and Coros Apex 2 Pro Announced

Coros has announced that the next generation of its Apex watches will hit the streets on Thursday 3rd November. The Coros Apex 2 Pro review will be live here at 9AM EDT.

I have one (two) on my wrists as we speak and there might just might, be a review of the Coros Apex Pro 2 here on Thursday 😉

There’s obviously an embargo on the details until Thursday but I think it’s safe to say that the general theme of the original Apex will be carried forward and improved.

The original Apex and Apex Pro have, pretty much, the full suite of Coros features. Hence, they are full of sporty goodness but very much targetted as a good-looking 24×7 smartwatch with decent materials and an Apple Watch-like rotating crown & buttons. The Coros Vertix 2 adventure watches come in a larger, premium format and the budget Coros Pace 2 is a super-lightweight sports watch model aimed more at runners.

If you missed out on other recent announcements with  POD 2 then check out this review, not forgetting the EVO Lab online platform. Both of these will play an important part in the future of Coros


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5 thoughts on “Coros Apex 2 and Coros Apex 2 Pro Announced

  1. About time. Look I love my pace 2 but only wear it for workouts as it looks hideous/tacky/cheap. Be good to get a 24 hour overview 7 days a week rather than the odd weekend.

    1. fair comment.
      i particularly like the honesty of the Pace 2 tho as it doesn’t really pretend to be anything other than such a sports watch….with a sensible price to match

  2. I like Coros as a brand. Even pre ordered a Pace 2. But when the Stryd Workout app was released for Garmin I ended up buying a 645M for similar.

    I then kept on waiting for better Stryd training plan integration to Coros to tempt me away. It never happened.

    Now with Effort Pace I know it never will.

    But know I’m a >1% user. But this is where Garmin and the CIQ deliver, as so many niche users can be covered.

    Good luck to Coros though. There online support team seem good so deserve success

    1. yep, CIQ is a jewel in Garmin’s crown.
      It’s worth watching Suunto as they are moving ahead with their Plus ‘apps’ which look super-easy to implement (to the point where i could possibly just about create one i think)

      1. Clearly, you just need some basic javascript skills, and read the tutorials/use other apps as guidelines.
        They’re basically building back an AppStore as in Movescount glorious days…just way better now 🙂

        Partners use this for easy integration for non-standard devices (ActiveLook, superaspiens and probably others)

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