These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
If you are experiencing issues with your Polar V800 sports watch, please refer to the troubleshooting page to diagnosis your problems.
Background and Identification
The Polar V800 sports watch was announced by Polar in January 2014, and released in March 2014. The Polar V800 can be identified by the model identifier ZO on the backplate of the watch. The face of the watch has the V800 identifier below the screen and the Polar brand logo above the screen.
The Polar V800 is a GPS, multisport watch made for serious athletes. The watch is 79 grams with a thickness of 12.7 millimeters. It has a high resolution and a high contrast display with a gorilla glass window. The watch is mainly designed for triathlon training, but is used by runners, swimmers, and cyclists alike. The main features of the watch include GPS distance and pace tracking, daily fitness tracker, and personalized training programs. The watch includes settings for 15 different languages.
No recalls have been placed on the Polar V800, however, a multitude of firmware updates have been released since 2014 to resolve bugs and to enable the Polar V800 with new capabilities. The most recent release, the V800 1.8.31 firmware update, was put out by Polar on December 19, 2016. This update improved the route guidance feature, the GPS accuracy, the GPS-mode battery life, and the incline data provided by the Polar V800.
An updated model of the Polar V800 is anticipated to be released by Polar sometime in 2018.