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How to Get Routes on a Coros Watch

The ability to navigate along a route is one of the best features of a GPS sports/outdoor watch, at least if it works well. Here, how to get…

How – and How Well – the Coros Track Run(ning) Mode Works

Funny thing(s) about running on a 400m track: You wouldn’t really need GPS for counting your laps (and thus distance) – but it’s such a clear shape, such…

New Watch/Model: Coros Apex Goes Pro…

Coros just announced the expansion of their watch line to an APEX series, with the release of the Apex Pro.

Coros Vertix – The Basics: Looks, Operation, Menu

The Coros Vertix extends the brand’s product line to a mountain adventure orientation. In this post, we’re looking at its basics; its looks and menu/operation.

COROS Apex vs. Suunto 5 in Daily Tracking

Coros Apex and Suunto 5 are two of the current contenders in training/fitness watches at around 300 dollars. Let’s have a look at some comparison data in 24/7…

COROS Pace / Apex / Vertix Software Update Roadmap

I’m regularly updating this page as new firmware is released…

All About the COROS Vertix

After the Pace and the Apex, Coros is coming out with their watch #3: the Coros Vertix GPS Adventure Watch. As the name implies, we’re going vertical…

Sports Watch Performance: Winter Hiking in the Mountains

My “I’ve got to get out”-overnighter in the mountains led me into wintry mountains – and to GPS tracks from Coros Apex, Suunto 9 Baro, Polar Vantage V,…

COROS Apex – The Basics: Watch Functions, UI, Full Menu Walkthrough

The Coros Apex Premium Multisport Watch. For a new contender in the sports watch market, Coros has been doing great – and you get a premium sports watch…

Suunto 9, Polar Vantage V, Coros Apex Comparison: Prague Marathon

In this third installment of my series comparing the GPS performance of different sports watches, I ran in the Prague Marathon.