• Polar Vantage V
  • Polar Vantage V
  • Polar Vantage V
  • Polar Vantage V
  • Polar Vantage V

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Specification

Brand Polar
Warranty 24 months
Size 4.6 x 4.6 x 1.3 cm (1.8 x 1.8 x 0.5 in)
Weight 66 grams
(2.33 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Pocket-lint

A very capable device

from Pocket-lint

A flagship device that can track and monitor your daily activity, your sleep, your sport-specific training and give you feedback through the whole thing. It's elegantly designed and comfortable to wear. But it's not without some shortcomings, and Garmin has more customisable offerings.

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A flagship device that can track and monitor your daily activity, your sleep, your sport-specific training and give you feedback through the whole thing. It's elegantly designed and comfortable to wear. But it's not without some shortcomings, and Garmin has more customisable offerings.

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ZDNet

Advanced technology and coaching help athletes achieve their best

from ZDNet

The Polar Vantage V is the first wearable that integrates power without requiring an external heart rate strap or footpod, but power is not yet integrated into its training plans or even into the viewable data to any real extent.

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The Polar Vantage V is the first wearable that integrates power without requiring an external heart rate strap or footpod, but power is not yet integrated into its training plans or even into the viewable data to any real extent.

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TechRadar

Almost like having a coach on your wrist

from TechRadar

The Polar Vantage V is lighter, better looking and more fully featured than any Polar multi-sport watch we’ve seen before. It doesn’t come cheap and there are some bugs that need to be ironed out, but if you’re serious about competing in your sport at any level, this watch deserves to be on your shortlist.

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The Polar Vantage V is lighter, better looking and more fully featured than any Polar multi-sport watch we’ve seen before. It doesn’t come cheap and there are some bugs that need to be ironed out, but if you’re serious about competing in your sport at any level, this watch deserves to be on your shortlist.

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DC Rainmaker

The higher end multisport watch

from DC Rainmaker

Polar has to compete on accuracy and ‘pro level features’. At least, that’s the marketing message. But I’m not sure they did that. There’s no part of the Vantage V product that’s more accurate than their competitors (let alone Apple).  And when it comes to ‘pro’ level training/re...More

Polar has to compete on accuracy and ‘pro level features’. At least, that’s the marketing message. But I’m not sure they did that. There’s no part of the Vantage V product that’s more accurate than their competitors (let alone Apple).  And when it comes to ‘pro’ level training/recovery features for training, I see this more as catchup than outpacing. After all, these are basically the same features that Garmin and Suunto have had for years.

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Wareable

A great multisports watch in the making, but the software isn't fully formed

from Wareable

The Polar Vantage V is an impressive watch in many ways and a fitting successor to the V800. The design overhaul largely gets the thumbs up from us as does the amount of data it can deliver. It ticks the right boxes for those core sports tracking features and the HR monitor impresses as well. But...More

The Polar Vantage V is an impressive watch in many ways and a fitting successor to the V800. The design overhaul largely gets the thumbs up from us as does the amount of data it can deliver. It ticks the right boxes for those core sports tracking features and the HR monitor impresses as well. But there are some question marks over the software experience both on the watch and in Polar Flow as things stand now.

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T3

For the running hardcore this crushes the Apple Watch

from T3

Wrist heart rate tracking has long been frustratingly unreliable but the Vantage V looks like it could change that. Add in a range of advanced tracking and coaching features and you have a watch that elite (and would-be elite) runners will love… And for the less enthusiastic road warrior, there's the Vantage M.

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Wrist heart rate tracking has long been frustratingly unreliable but the Vantage V looks like it could change that. Add in a range of advanced tracking and coaching features and you have a watch that elite (and would-be elite) runners will love… And for the less enthusiastic road warrior, there's the Vantage M.

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