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Epson didn’t release just one watch. It released 5. Priced from US $99 to $399. Epson Prosense 367, 347, 307, 57 and the 17. With 367 being the high end and the 17 being the basic model you can get your hands on. It’s highest-end model comes with a Sapphire screen and can be used as a Triathlon watch. As far as Sports Watcjes go they are competitively priced.
These watches don’t stand out with features that aren’t readily available on most sports watches. Their looks aren’t anything to write home about. But the ProSense 347 and 367 take things to an entirely new level, providing 46 hours of battery life with GPS activated. This isn’t a watch for non-competitive folks. These are for endurance athlete’s, who are out on the course for ultra marathons.
Developed by Epson, a leader in sensing technology, the stylish, easy-to-use ProSense 367 helps you train like a pro with accuracy and training features for athletes of all levels. Monitor your performance with RouteSense™ GPS and CardioSense™ heart rate technologies, which display key stats on our premium, sapphire-glass, EasyView™ display. This sleek watch features the best GPS battery life in its class1 — up to 46 hours, and tracks running, swimming, cycling and other daily activities, automatically transmitting data to the intuitive Epson View App2 for analysis or goal tracking. You can even share data2 on social media or popular running apps like Runkeeper or Strava™.
Specs for watch can be found below.