At jus 29g the COROS PACE 2 is the lightest GPS watch in the world at its launch.
Simplicity: With a new design, featuring the COROS Digital Dial, COROS PACE 2 creates an even simpler user experience. Get your splits, check your HR or plan your next workout all using just one finger.
Battery: COROS PACE 2 offers 30 hours of full GPS battery life. That’s a 20% increase from the original COROS PACE. If you need your battery to last even longer, switch to UltraMax for nearly half the battery consumption.
COROS PACE 2 offers 20 days of daily use. That’s 20 days of tracking heart rate andsleeping, triggering backlight, measuring steps, getting notifications and even alarms every day. So, leave your charger behind, and travel for your next race, game or family holiday with confidence.
Compatible with the Coros Pod 2 available here.
Space: COROS PACE 2 has a 1.5x more powerful processor, offers 5x more RAM and 4x more storage than the original COROS PACE, leaving plenty of room for expanded features.
Heart Rate: The watch comes with an advanced, integrated heart rate monitor which is built into the wrist.
Night Mode: Leaves the backlight on for the entirety of your workout. A light bright enough so your eyes can adjust and read in the dark but dim enough to maintain superior battery performance throughout your run or ride, even when needed all night long. Don’t worry, it turns off automatically when you finish your workout, or one hour after the sunrise.
Waterproof: This watch has a 50-meter water resistance rating, you can wear COROS PACE 2 to track your activities in the water as well as on land.
Weight: A 50% weight reduction from the silicone band, the COROS Nylon Watch Band is more breathable and allows for a more comfortable and snug fit which should improve the already strong heart rate accuracy, especially during long sweaty workouts on warm days.
Programming: The Strength Training program has over 200 exercises already built in for upper body, lower body, core work and more. COROS PACE 2 auto-detects your body movements and monitors your heart rate and calories burned.
Once you’re done, check out the all new muscle heatmap to see which muscle groups saw the most action in a daily, weekly, or monthly view, to help determine your next block of training.