Polar AXN700
Producer: Polar ( Suomija)
Packing: 1 un.
477.87 €   1650.1LT

You have the courage and desire to face the most extreme trials and nature’s most unforgiving forces. The cutting edge titanium Polar AXN700 enables you to maintain the right pace, determine how well you have recovered from the previous activity, and review your performance with a versatile Windows-based training software, or Web service.

A pro’s choice.
 
  
Altimeter
Shows your current altitude reading with graphical trend curve and your vertical progress.

Altitude is measured by using an air pressure sensor. Air pressure changes constantly due to varying weather conditions. Therefore, measured altitudes in the same position may vary. Pressure variations due to weather conditions, or indoor air-conditioning, may affect altitude readings. Calibrate your Altimeter at regular intervals to make sure it remains accurate.

Since the Altimeter and Barometer both use barometric pressure, only one of these features can be activated at a time. Therefore, you will have to activate the Altimeter separately for use. When the Altimeter is activated, all changes in barometric pressure are interpreted as changes in altitude.

The Altimeter allows you to identify your current altitude and to determine altitude-related conditions. It will also aid in pinpointing your position on a map and help you select an appropriate route. Using the Altimeter, you will learn how much you can ascend or descend per day, and how fast you can ascend or descend in current weather conditions.
 
 
Vertical Speed
Shows ascent and descent rate indicating how fast you have gone vertically up or down.

You can utilize this information to keep track of your performance or to keep your speed constant (e.g. to save energy on a long hike or other outdoor activity).
 
Barometer
Monitor weather changes with barometric pressure and temperature reading.

Use the Barometer to measure sea level or absolute barometric pressure. Sea level pressure represents the unit’s estimate of absolute pressure corrected to sea level (as reported from a weather station or airport). Absolute barometric pressure is true atmospheric pressure at current altitude and conditions.

Since the Altimeter and Barometer both use barometric pressure, only one of these features may be activated at a time. Therefore, you will have to activate the Barometer separately for use. When the Barometer is activated, all changes in barometric pressure are interpreted as changes in weather conditions.

If you remain at the same altitude, changes in barometric pressure tip you on changing weather conditions. For example, when you camp overnight, activate the Barometer for the night and check it in the morning for changes to make sure you are up-to-date on changing weather conditions.
 
 
Compass
For navigating and monitoring the right direction.

A digital compass is included in select Polar Outdoor Computer models.The direction value is given as a cardinal point, as well as in degrees. For example, when heading east, the letter E, the value in degrees (90) and three pointers indicating your north will appear on your wrist unit display.
 
 
Polar Heart Rate Rest Test™
Measure your resting heart rate to determine how well you have adapted to extreme conditions.

Take the Polar Heart rate Rest Test to measure your resting heart rate. This will provide you with information on the state of your physical fitness and recovery, or your acclimatization to altitude.
 
 
Polar Fitness Test™ with OwnIndex®
Measures your fitness level in 5 minutes.

A fitness test that measures your aerobic/cardiovascular fitness at rest in just five minutes. The result, Polar OwnIndex, predicts your maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max).

With the Polar Fitness Test you can measure your aerobic fitness by yourself, automatically and without any exertion. No other equipment other than a heart rate monitor is needed. The Polar Fitness Test is as accurate in predicting the VO2maxas any sub-maximal fitness test.

The test is based on gender, age, height, body weight, level of physical activity, heart rate and heart rate variability at rest. The OwnIndex ranges usually from 20 to 95 and is comparable to VO2max, the golden standard of aerobic fitness.

OwnIndex is most meaningful when following changes in your fitness over a long period of time. Find out how fit you are for your age and gender by comparing your result to the global references listed in the Polar user's manuals.