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Polar introduces sleek and durable M460 GPS bike computer

Polar have today revealed details on their new bike computer.

The versatile device is equipped with integrated GPS and a barometer-based inclinometer, additional power meter compatibility, advanced power metrics and smart coaching. Strava Live Segments allow cyclists to see real-time stats helping them boost their performance on the road.

 “Polar is no novice player in the cycling game, and we prove that with the introduction of Polar M460 to our cycling product portfolio.” Jason Crowe, Polar Cycling Product Specialist said.

“Cyclists rely on accurate data to not only track, but improve their performance, and Polar has used its industry leading technology, combined with passion for constantly improving cyclists’ performance, to develop an incredibly advanced bike computer. When a cyclist is equipped with data that is not only expansive and in-depth, but accurate, they are then equipped to set and achieve personal goals that encourage peak performance.”

The M460, which is found in an all-black compact case with gripped buttons, also keeps you connected with the rest of the world thanks to smart notifications for incoming calls, texts, calendar alerts and social media updates.

The device follows hot on the heels of Polar’s M430 running watch and H10 chest strap, both announced earlier this year. When paired with the Polar H10, M460 users can benefit from accurate heart rate tracking on the go, as well as Polar’s exclusive Smart Coaching features via Polar Flow.

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Additional features include IPX7 rating water resistance, a battery life offering 16 hours of training and front LED light.

The Polar M460 retails at $179.90/£154.50 and is available at Amazon and You also get a two-month Strava Premium membership to go along with your purchase.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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