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‘Polar M600 Android Watch’ with Music Streaming, GPS, Heart-Rate Monitoring; Check Here for Price and Availability


On August 3, the Finnish company known as the maker of activity tracking and heart sensor device has officially launched its latest product called Polar M600. The company revealed that the smartwatch or android watch has a proprietary associated fitness feature like optical heart rate technology which measures the heart rate through the wrist via 6-LED solution. Also, part of the proprietary feature is the integrated activity tracking and GPS.

According to Polar, the android watch mad fit for amateur and professional athletes because of its active training feature and waterproof ideal for outdoor activities. The smartwatch is sporting in a sleek design, a screen of 1.3-inch touch display and front button for quick and easy training control. As claimed by Polar, M600 is compatible with Android devices and the battery can last more than 48 hours. M600 is considered as the most stylish android watch, indeed it comes with changeable and comfortable wristband made with soft silicone available in Charcoal Black and Powder White. A hue band in vibrant red will soon be released this year.

To further emphasized the features of Polar M600, Chief Strategy Officer of Polar Marco Suvilaasko said in a statement released by the company, "Polar is known for bringing smarts into sports. Polar created the first heart rate monitor, the first activity tracker and now we're the first true sports wearable company to announce a smartwatch truly made for sports. Powered by Android Wear, Polar M600 offers our customers countless opportunities to customize their smartwatch and still rely on the unique Polar sports wearable experience that is at its core."

The release date for the latest wearable has not been revealed by Polar but they said that it's going to be in 2016, according to Tech Times. The smartwatch with Running Program will cost $329.00 in the U.S.

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