Coros Apex Giveaway

While Coros is a relatively new player on the premium GPS sports-watch scene, its hardware features stack up with other brands, its battery life is incomparable, while it nimbly adds features, sports modes, and improves algorithms with firmware updates. We’re excited to be giving away a Coros Apex multisport watch to one lucky winner. The Apex includes access to three GPS satellite networks, an optical heart-rate sensor, a barometric altimeter, ANT+ accessory compatibility, and either 25 or 35 hours of use in full GPS mode depending on whether one opts for the 42mm or 46mm option, respectively. Head here for more details about the Apex.

Coros Apex Giveaway

To enter, simply fill out the form below by Sunday, February 29th at 11:59 p.m. US MT. One entry per person. (Duplicate entries will result in ineligibility.) This contest is open globally.

Note, if you have difficulties entering via the form embedded below on a mobile phone or via iRunFar’s daily email updates, please click through to the article on iRunFar.com on a tablet or computer. Alternately, you can enter directly via this Google form. Thanks!

[By entering the contest you agree to Coros contacting you for marketing purposes (you opt in). iRunFar will never use the information provided other than to notify the winner.]

Congrats to Micheal Reese on winning an Coros Apex!

There are 16 comments

  1. Archibald Vincent R. Tesoro

    I have been Using garmin for years now and got disappointed with its battery life. Hoping i can win this contest so i can use Coros in my next race.

  2. Katy

    Got a Fenix 5 and not too happy it. Died on mile 60 at my last 24 hrs race … Been looking into Coros lately and it seems like my french friends are very happy about it so…. gotta to have one before next ultra….

  3. Gunhild Swanson

    Reading up on this watch sure put a big smile on my face. I’m ready to switch from the lower-life battery-powered Garmin. I would really love to win this Coros Apex and go out and record my next adventure with it.

    1. Mike H

      Agree, I wanted to love the Suunto 9 but had to return it for routinely bad vert, slow satellite syncing, intermittent Bluetooth syncing, and slow transitions on the watch screen.

      I returned and bought a Coros Pace, which I love (including it being cheaper).

      One of my hesitations (are you listening, Coros?) was that the default watch face looked a little too silly for me — like a toy watch — to want to wear everyday as like a middle-aged professional (whatever that means), whereas the Suunto looks more classy to me. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Coros has different selectable watch faces and colours. I strongly recommend Coros watches.

  4. Wade N

    I believe, just for the hell of it, my trickster New Jersey doppelganger may have entered this contest using my name and email. Can you please review the IP addresses from NJ under my name and purge that entry so I am not disqualified from the contest? Thank you for looking into this. by the way, I love Coros. Such great watches built to last all day and all night so even after an ultra, there’s still enough juice so my employer can track all of my indescribable epic sublime Zen two hour lunch time runs. I swoon when its immense battery life crosses my mind. All other watches have been merely fickle lovers, but I know I can find love for life with the Coros Apex. With Coros, I can finally strap on the perfect match.

    1. Bryon Powell

      The winner will be announced here (and contacted via email) once the drawing is held. I’m currently on Gran Canaria reporting on Transgrancanaria, so it won’t be for a little while. Cheers.

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