Product DescriptionThe newest in training and GPS sports watchces! Manufactured specifically with cyclists and runners in mind, the Polar RC3 watch is very lightweight and boasts a large customizable display. Aside from Polar's usual manifold functions and downloadable data, the addition of a fully integrated GPS enables distance and speed recording without an extra sensor, as well as route mapping and a 'back to start' feature. The computer also features, heart rate zones, Smart Coach information, and even a Fitness Test feature. So slap on that watch, and have fun!
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