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Polar just made a wearable any level runner can use

Polar M200

Finnish company Polar announced the latest addition to its line of fitness trackers for jogging junkies, this time focusing on a wearable that also entices novice runners looking to step things up.

The Polar M200 comes with GPS tracking, a heart rate sensor, and can track your activity levels 24/7. The wearable also comes in red and black, with white, blue, and yellow bands sold separately so you can can match your style (or your gym shorts) as needed.

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While the waterproof watch's more robust features seem intimidating, like its smart coaching program and integration with Polar's free fitness app on iOS and Android, the M200's built-in software still allows casual runners to make the most of their run.

By inputing goals, such as training for a 5K, 10K, half-marathon or marathon, the M200 can mark a runner's progress while also setting goals and cutting out the guesswork to help meet their fitness goals.

The Polar M200 retails for $149/€149 (about £120/AU$200) and will release in the US, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan this year. Polar then plans to have the watch globally available by early 2017.

Parker Wilhelm
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