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Polar V800 Adds GoPro HERO5 Connectivity and Running Power Metrics via Stryd

Polar, the leader in wearable sports and fitness technology for 40 years, announces the latest update to their signature multisport watch. Polar V800 now features GoPro HERO5 connectivity and running power metrics via Stryd. Polar V800 is available now for $499.95 at www.polar.com in black or red.

GoPro Updates
• Relive training sessions and operate basic commands on GoPro HERO 5.
• Easily to operate the camera during an adventure and add highlights of training sessions
directly onto videos.
• Connect the Polar V800 to GoPro HERO5 via Bluetooth to change the camera’s mode,
start and stop video recording and take photos, all via Polar V800
• View photo and video resolution information on Polar V800, as well as video field of view
and frames per second.

Stryd Compatibility
• Features Stryd running power sensor compatibility with Polar V800, giving athletes access to important running power metrics to help analyze and develop their running performance.
• Provides metrics such as power, form power, elevation, cadence, ground contact time, vertical oscillation, leg stiffness, pace and distance.
• View power data in real time on the Polar V800 and analyzed after a training session on Polar Flow to make it actionable.

About Polar:
Polar is the innovator in heart rate monitoring, activity and sleep tracking and GPS sports training solutions for elite athletes, coaches and active fitness enthusiasts. For over 40 years, we have helped athletes understand, track and improve their performance. Our award-winning product range includes pioneering sports wearables that work elegantly with Polar training apps and cloud services.

Headquartered in Finland, Polar is a privately held company that operates in more than 80 countries. Polar products are sold through over 35,000 retailers globally. For more information, please visit polar.com.

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