The Polar Grit X has launched last year with a forward-looking tough build & advanced tracking systems. This year, the advanced version of Grit X, called Polar Grit X Pro launched with some additional features. The new model gets very few features over the previous one, but all those are countable. In the sensor, it received only a compass, when most of the users were expecting a SpO2 sensor. It missed these essential features when every other watches including Apple Watch Series 7 & Galaxy Watch 3 offer a blood oxygen sensor.
It builds with 1.2-inch MIL-STD 810 toughness to carry it in the rough days, and it is coated with a stainless steel case. The device keeps going for 40 hours on a single charge with GPS & other features are active in the background. The battery life is slightly better than the Grit X. For the adventurer, it includes workout & route plans with the help of Komoot service.
It includes Hill Splitter, Fuel Wise, and ability plan routes along with other exercise modes. Furthermore, you can take advantage of coaching features from the Vantage & Polar Ignite series.
Satellite positioning has become more advance & accurate with newly added Galileo & QZSS, which already have GPS & GLONASS. Finally, it gets music control, new navigation features, heart rate broadcasting, and Recovery Pro functions.
The new Polar Grit X Pro comes with a price of $500 in Gold, Black & Copper options. The other fancier Titan is available for $100 extra. Polar also has launched another Vantage V2 Shift Edition this week.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.