Coros APEX Pro 2 Watch
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.
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.
-20 ℃ to 50 ℃
Rain, snow, puddles, mud, you name it. The APEX 2 stays dry in any condition. Built with 5 ATM water resistance, this watch also withstands pressures up to a depth of 50m.
Our simple button design features a large digital dial, so you can easily change settings on your watch using a few simple clicks - even with gloves.
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.
Next Level GPS Accuracy
Together with the 50% higher performance antenna and All-Satellite GNSS chipset, the APEX 2 receives signals from all five major satellite systems for the most precise data. Additionally, the APEX 2 Pro features the latest dual-frequency technology to track you through the most challenging locations.
Never Get Lost Again
Our highly intuitive navigation system gives you the tools you need when exploring the outdoors. With free global offline Landscape and Topographical maps, you can access critical navigation information in the most remote locations. The digital dial on the COROS APEX 2 and APEX 2 Pro makes it easy to zoom in and out of your map, while the touchscreen allows you to drag the map with your finger.