COROS Pace 2 Premium GPS Watch Eliud Kipchoge Edition
Introducing the COROS Pace 2 Premium GPS Kipchoge Edition: A personal trainer on your wrist to help you get results. Inspired by the marathon world record holder Eliud Kipchoge, this limited-edition GPS watch features a white body with hints of red and green to honor his home country of Kenya. Enjoy extended battery life that lasts 60 hours in UltraMax Mode and 30 hours in Normal GPS mode. Use the Digital Dial to easily view your splits, heart rate, and other important stats, all with one finger. When every second matters, count on the COROS Pace 2 Premium GPS Kipchoge Edition to help you reach your personal best!
- True 30 Hours Full GPS Battery Life, 60 Hours UltraMax GPS Mode
- Extremely Light with Polymer Case and Corning Glass
- Built-in Altimeter, Barometer, Compass and 24/7 Heart Rate Monitoring Compatible with Swimming
- Digital Dial helps you easily navigate the Pace, giving you more time to focus on finishing your run or workout.
- 50 Meter Water Resistant accurately tracks your activities, whether on land or sea.
- COROS Training Mode: Build your own workouts for Running, Cycling, Swimming or Strength Training. Select from more than 200 preloaded exercises to create your ideal session. Download workouts from professional athletes and coaches to take your training to another level.
- Built-in Running Power
- Sleep Tracking
- Track Run Mode: Accurately measures your track workouts regardless of which lane you choose.
- Muscle Heatmap: See which groups saw the most action in a daily, weekly, or monthly view to help you determine your next training block. Ensures every muscle group gets involved in your training plan.
- Night Mode: leaves the backlight on for the entirety of your workout. Bright enough to read yet dim enough to preserve battery life. It turns off automatically after you finish.
Eliud Kipchoge Edition Includes:
- COROS PACE 2 EK Watch
- COROS Performance Optimization Device
- Special EK Nylon and Silicone watch bands
- Exclusive EK postcard