This week, Polar officially unveiled a new line of multisport smartwatches called the Polar Grit X, which stands out for its autonomy. According to the manufacturer, the new watch can work up to 40 hours on a single charge of a lithium-polymer battery (346 mAh) with the activation of all functions and sensors, including GPS and an optical heart rate monitor. In battery saver mode, with GPS disabled but heart rate active, the time until the next charge will increase to 7 days.


The new multi-sport watch is designed to meet a range of MIL-STD-810G military standards. The sealed case is made of stainless steel with the addition of a glass-reinforced nylon back cover. To fasten the watch on the wrist, quick-change silicone straps with a maximum width of up to 22 mm are used. The watch is ready to operate at temperatures ranging from -20° to +50°C, and has a declared case water resistance of 10 ATM (100 m).


The Polar Grit X features a 240 x 240 dot color touchscreen display protected by Gorilla Glass with an additional anti-fingerprint coating and a raised steel bezel. In addition to GPS (GPS, GLONASS) and a heart rate sensor, Bluetooth modules are installed in the watch to exchange data with a smartphone and external sensors in real time, compass and barometer/altimeter sensors are provided. The watch provides various sports modes, and the ability to track daily activity, set goals and training programs.


To date, the new Polar Grit X multisport watch is offered by the manufacturer in three color options, and is priced at almost $430. The package includes the watch itself, a charging cord and a user manual.

Name Polar Grit X
Mechanism Digital
Water resistance 10ATM / 100m
Housing materials Steel/GRN
Strap materials silicone
Case diameter 47 mm
Case thickness 13 mm
Band Width 22 mm
The weight 64 g
MSRP $429.95

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