Polar M600

Polar M600
alaScore 97

248 evaluaciones

Ago 2018

alaTest ha recogido y analizado 248 comentarios relacionados al producto Polar M600. En promedio, la calificación para este producto es 4.1/5, al ser comparado con la calificación 4.0/5 de otros productos en la categoria Sistema de Orientación Global (GPS). Los commentarios acerca del diseño y el funcionamiento son en conjunto positivas. El tamaño y la fiabilidad también consigue un buen feedback, aunque algunos tienen dudas sobre la relación calidad-precio y la portabilidad.

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Comentario de experto escrito por : Richard Easton (trustedreviews.com)

Polar M600

 

Polar isn't short of know-how when it comes to sports watches; its M400 GPS Running Watch was one of our all-time favourites. The M600 is altogether a different wrist-based wearable.

The Polar M600 is a very capable sports watch, with Android Wear the added bonus.

Dic 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : Jill Duffy (pcmag.com)

Polar M600

 

Polar's latest and most impressive device to date is a three-in-one runner's watch, fitness tracker, and smartwatch. It has an optical heart rate monitor and is fully waterproof, but cramming in all that functionality means big hits on battery life and...

High-quality build. Built-in optical heart rate monitor. Runs modified version of Android Wear. Waterproof. Works with both Android and iOS devices.

Bulky. Short battery life. Occasionally high heart rate readings in testing. Can't set a custom activity goal.

If you're in the market for an excellent running watch with a heart rate monitor that also counts steps and has some smartwatch capabilities, the Polar A360 and the Garmin Vivoactive HR are much better options. Both are still on the bulky side, and...

Nov 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Polar M600 review: Top-notch smartwatch and fitness tracker fusion

 

The explosion of smartwatches and fitness trackers has thrown up some real gems and thrown down some real turds, leaving us all to step carefully when choosing a new device. Polar is an established name in fitness devices, one of the oldest, perhaps,...

Solid design, sports takes priority over smartwatch, all of Android Wear's functions, Polar Flow does so much, respectable battery performance for a smartwatch, IPX8 waterproofing

Design could be more exciting, swimming could be better served, heart rate can be a little erratic, price

The Polar M600 is a fusion of smartwatch and sports device. It takes Android's platform and laces in sports and fitness tracking functions, but maintains a balance that some devices don't manage. It succeeds in being both where others have failed. It...

Oct 2016

Techradar Recommended 2017

Comentario de experto escrito por : Cameron Faulkner (techradar.com)

Polar M600 review

 

A smartwatch with comprehensive fitness tracking chops

Built-in GPS ; Robust fitness tracking ; Waterproof

Screen shows scan lines ; Not the best-looking smartwatch ; Poor battery life on iOS

If you're someone looking for a competent blend of fitness tracker and smartwatch, the Android Wear-powered Polar M600 is the ticket. Although, there are some hardcore fitness trackers that can last longer and provide more accurate GPS results.

Feb 2017

Comentario de experto escrito por (zdnet.com)

Polar M600 remains the best GPS smartwatch available thanks to Android Wear 2.0

 

Last fall it was clear that the Polar M600 was the best smartwatch and GPS sports watch combination. Even with the Apple Watch Series 2 and Samsung Gear S3 releases, there are reasons the M600 remains the best for athletes looking for one watch that...

Comentario de experto escrito por (which.co.uk)

Polar M600 review

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The M600 is the first Android Wear device from Polar, so it's optimised for use with Android smartphones. It promises to help you use your data to track your training and create achievable fitness goals. In terms of fitness watches it looks pretty...

Nov 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : Jimmy Westenberg (androidauthority.com)

Polar M600 review

 

With the Polar M600, you'll get an accurate heart rate monitor, GPS capabilities, and plenty of notification options and third-party app support thanks to Android Wear. It certainly brings a lot to the table. It is about $100 too expensive, though,...

Accurate activity and GPS tracking ; IPX8 water resistance ; Two-day battery life ; Plenty of third-party fitness apps (thanks to Android Wear)

Large, bulky design ; Display is a tad small compared to the overall footprint ; Software can be buggy at times ; Should be ~$100 cheaper

Dic 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : Sami Mughal (oxgadgets.com)

Review: Polar M600 GPS Sports Watch – featuring Android Wear

 

Polar is a brand well known for their fitness products. Their typical product delivers you stats about your fitness and health, with a dash of GPS and heart rate monitoring.[...]

All in all this is rather lovely and useful watch for anybody who likes to stay fit and isn’t too lazy to get off their bum once in a while. Chunky it may be, but the software on the watch ensures that you get the full fitness experience you expect...

Nov 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : Valentina Palladino (arstechnica.com)

Polar M600 review: For Android users who want to be more connected during workouts

 

Is a true Android Wear sports watch worth $330?

Bold, bright touchscreen display. ; Onboard GPS and space for local music. ; Rated IPX8 so you can swim with it. ; Android Wear will add useful features and notifications for those connected to an Android smartphone.

Bulky design makes it hard to wear all day. ; Heart rate monitor can be slow to catch up to high pulse rates. ; Expensive for what it offers.

At its core, the Polar M600 is a good fitness watch. It's designed to be put to the test in any high-intensity workout, whether you're in the pool, on the slopes, on the court, or outside on the track. While the M600's heart rate monitor could be...

Oct 2016

Comentario de experto escrito por : DC Rainmaker (dcrainmaker.com)

Polar M600 Android Wear GPS Watch In-Depth Review

 

It's been a touch bit over two months since Polar announced their first Android Wear device, the M600 GPS-enabled watch. This running/lifestyle/not-triathlon focused watch was not only unique in Polar's stable for being Android Wear, but for also...

Oct 2016