Apex 2 Pro

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FOR TRAINING AND TRAILBLAZING

Designed for performance over all types of terrain, the APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro GPS Outdoor Watches are built with revolutionary technologies for your most ambitious goals.

With an even more durable exterior, redesigned GPS antenna for stronger performance, enhanced navigation experience, next-generation optical heart rate sensor, and longer GPS battery life, the APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro watches are the most powerful wrist-worn tools to guide your training and track your movements across the wilderness. Get ready to train smarter and go longer.

 

PUSH THE BOUNDARIES OF EXPLORATION
The ultimate outdoor sports watch balances durability and functionality, which is why we’ve carefully engineered every single detail with performance in mind. With the APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro, you’ll have a watch that lasts just as long as you. And more.

 

Designed for Durability
A sapphire glass screen and grade 5 titanium alloy bezel protect the electronic components inside the APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro. While the sapphire glass stays virtually scratch-free, a new PVD coating offers 2x scratch resistance on the bezel compared to its predecessor.

 

Temperature Resistant
Any climate, anywhere. The APEX 2 works in on-wrist operating temperatures ranging from -20℃ to 50℃, so you can test the limits of exploration.

Even Better Battery Life
Thanks to the low power consumption from the latest satellite signal system design, we get longer GPS battery life compared to the original APEX. The APEX 2 provides 45 hours of full GPS battery life, while the APEX 2 Pro provides 75 hours. Plus, it takes less than 2 hours for the watch to go from zero to full charge.

 

Track Your Recovery
Proper recovery allows you to train harder. Monitor your sleep quality with the APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro, which track deep, light, and REM sleep – all crucial stages of your sleep cycle. When you wake up, take a quick heart rate variability (HRV) measurement to determine how prepared your body is to take on the stressors of the day. If you’re training at altitude, turn on Altitude Mode or manually check your blood oxygen level (SpO2) to monitor your body’s adaptation.

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