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The Sentiment Analysis of key attributes from the reviews is summarized as follows:
The Polar V650, like many of its competitors, is a useful training tool and is capable of recording more metrics than most cyclists will know how to interpret.
The Polar V650 has a great warranty and data storage capacity, but it has dismal battery life and lacks a few other features, which is disappointing considering its high price point.
The Polar V650 was the companies first GPS base unit. Polar have a long list of older, speed sensor based bike units, but life is easier when you are connected to the eye in the sky.
Polar's V650 is an easy-to-use GPS bike computer with some neat features, although the fact that it communicates to other devices via Bluetooth Smart and not ANT+ could be a deal breaker for you.
The Polar V650 is an advanced GPS bike computer with OpenSource maps, back to home, cadence (optional), power (optional), heart rate (optional) and barometric altimeter for an accurate climb and descent data.
The V650 represents Polar's first foray into the growing world of cycling computers. All in all, with its handsome design, color touch screen and bevy of options,
Polar has arrived on the GPS bike computer scene with the release of the Polar V650
The V650 is a capable entry into the cycling computer market
The Polar V650 cycling computer is for the cyclist who wants to monitor their cycling in details.
The Polar V650 bike computer is a unit that combines integrated GPS and a touch screen in full color
The Polar V650 unfortunately only used Bluetooth and is not ANT+ compatible like others in the test. In all other aspects, the V650 is a full-bells-and-whistles training and navigation computer and an excellent value
Polar V650 has told to be the top range product by the Swedish Company and it “should be” in the same range-level of Garmin Edge 1000.