Polar M430 Detailed Review m400

Polar M430 vs M400 Vs M600 Specifications & Comparison

We’ve just seen the announcement of Polar’s latest ‘proper’ running watch – the M430. It’s essentially a refreshed and updated oHR-packed, M400. But how do they compare? What’s missing? And, instead, might it be worth going for the AndroidWear2.0, market-leading Polar M600? There is a comparison table further below. There are links to detailed, individual…

Polar M400 Colour News

And today’s super exciting news is that the Polar M400 is now available in Pink and Blue. There you go. And in this super-PC world of 2015, the press release, below, is of course slightly sexist by assuming that only ladies want pink watches. Interestingly, pink was originally (a couple of hundred years ago) a…

Polar M400 Review

This is a fantastic entry-level++ GPS running watch. It has a very good design throughout from one of the leading suppliers. Positives: It’s a great bit of running kit and when coupled with a Polar HRM/chest strap you will have pretty much all your running needs met. The assisted GPS is generally good by industry standards…

New Polar V800 and M400 Announcements

Polar have just announced some newsworthy updates here: http://updates.polar.com/2015/04/dont-miss-a-thing-with-the-v800-smart-notifications/ In a nutshell you can now get smartphone notifications on the V800 – nice. The M400 now has Polar STRIDE support (that’s the cadence sensor not the STRYD power meter for running!). The M400 also has predicted satellite position caching – as with some other manufacturers.…