Coros vertix 2

coros vertix 2

How long does the coros Vertix 2 last?

The Coros Vertix 2 is rated for 140 hours and 60 days of normal use over standard GPS (ie, connected only to GPS and QZSS), and 90 hours with all systems on (ie, simultaneously connected to GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, and QZSS).

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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