Coros vertix 2

coros vertix 2

What is the difference between the Vertix 2 and coros?

The COROS system converts each individualized HRV into an easily comparable metric from athlete to athlete. With 32 GB of onboard storage, the VERTIX 2 can hold more data, more workouts, more routes and for the first time in a COROS GPS Watch - music.

How much onboard storage does the Vertix 2 have?

With 32 GB of onboard storage, the VERTIX 2 can hold more data, more workouts, more routes and for the first time in a COROS GPS Watch - music. Now you can download and control your audio files straight from your GPS Watch.

How do I use the Vertix 2 for on-wrist navigation?

By zooming in and out of the map with the digital-dial, or dragging around the map with the highly-responsive touch screen, the VERTIX 2 offers the best experience for on-wrist navigation. With the VERTIX 2 ECG (Electrocardiogram) capabilities, you can use your GPS Watch to measure your Heart Rate Variability (HRV) straight from your wrist.

What kind of sensors does the Vertix 2 have?

The Vertix 2 is equipped with a wide range of sensors, including the usual 3D compass, gyroscope, accelerometer, and barometric altimeter you’ll find on typical GPS sports watches. Like other competitors in this space, the Vertix 2 also has an optical heart rate monitor, thermometer, optical pulse oximeter, and electrocardiogram sensor.

How do I use the Vertix 2 for on-wrist navigation?

By zooming in and out of the map with the digital-dial, or dragging around the map with the highly-responsive touch screen, the VERTIX 2 offers the best experience for on-wrist navigation. With the VERTIX 2 ECG (Electrocardiogram) capabilities, you can use your GPS Watch to measure your Heart Rate Variability (HRV) straight from your wrist.

Does the Vertix 2 GPS Adventure watch offer offline mapping?

The VERTIX 2 GPS Adventure Watch offers global offline mapping, and includes: Landscape, Topo, and Hybrid modes. The VERTIX 2 comes with a full global Landscape map out of the box and users can download their Topo map by regions for free from COROS.com.

What can you see on the Vertix 2 map?

On the map itself you’ll see things like rivers, ponds, and trails/roads/paths. You won’t see any text labels on the map though, so it’s more about context than anything. The navigation on the Vertix 2 is purely breadcrumb-based, meaning there’s no turn alerts at all, nor turn-by-turn directions.

Does the coros Vertix 1 support topographic maps?

Alongside the new Vertix 2, Coros has announced that topographic map support is coming to the Vertix 1 and Apex Pro this year. Earlier this year, I shared my long-term review of the Coros Vertix adventure GPS watch.

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