Polar proclaims itself as the first company to emerge with a heart-rate monitor in a fitness band of some kind, and the company returns to create a fitness tracker that is not only stylish, but useful for all the activities you pursue.
Battery life and services
First, the Polar A360 has two weeks of battery life. For two weeks, it can track your fitness activities. In other words, it lasts longer than even Pebble smartwatches, which have been known to last 5-7 days on a single charge. Next, the Polar A360 offers a Polar Flow web service that allows you to send your workout information to and get feedback from a coach (Polar Flow for Coach) and train with current instructors (Polar Club). Polar offers its own app for both Android and iOS, so no need to worry about cross-platform functionality.
Colors, sizes, price, and availability
The Polar A360 will come in three sizes: small (S), medium (M), and large (L), with the Charcoal Black color being available for only medium and large sizes and Powder White being available for the small size. There are other additional colors that will be offered such as Navy Blue, Sorbet Pink, and Neon Green, but these won’t arrive for the Polar A360 until after the fitness tracker’s November launch (think early 2016 here).
November is the month Polar says it’ll launch the A360 globally and online, and you’ll have to shelve out $199.95 USD or €199.90 for it.