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Polar Vantage M2: the right compromise for running and triathlon

by Philippe Baudoin © Copyright (published 08/04/2021)
Polar Vantage M2 running and triathlon watch

A complete mid-range watch at an ultra-competitive price

New in 2021, the Polar Vantage M2 multisport watch is an improved version of the Vantage M, Polar's successful running and triathlon watch. It benefits from a number of new sports and connected functions, completing the already rich offer of the former version. This mid-range watch offers comprehensive functions for training, analysing performance, monitoring progress and avoiding overtraining. Its ultra-competitive price for the functions offered makes it an attractive watch for sports and a good alternative to Garmin and Suunto watches. Detailed review and opinion.

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Polar Vantage M2 features

45.5 g (28.5 g without the strap)
46 x 46 x 12.5 mm
Colour, 1.2", 240 x 240 px
30 hrs in GPS mode, up to 100 hrs in eco mode, 5 days in watch mode with 24-hour tracking
True multi-sport (triathlon, etc.)
Recommended activities
Running, triathlon, marathon. 130 profiles available, 20 max in the watch
Bluetooth Smart wireless data transfer.
Heart rate monitor
Yes, optical on wrist, measures HR underwater
Topographical maps
Music player
Music control from a smartphone only
Payment system
Telephony / 4G
Barometric altimeter
No (GPS altimeter)
3 ATM (30 m)
Sports coach with scalable programs (FitSpark), recovery assessment (Nightly Recharge), tailored running workouts (5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon), VO2max, fueling assistant (Fuelwise), carbohydrate/lipid/protein consumption, detailed sleep tracking, activity tracking, relaxation exercises (Serene) including cardiac coherence with real-time feedback, Training Load Pro and overtraining alerts, smartphone notifications, underwater HR measurement, SWOLF swim efficiency, heart rate broadcast, weekly summary.
Other models
Polar Ignite 2 (running & fitness)
Polar Grit X (triathlon, trail, outdoor)
Polar Vantage V2 (triathlon, trail, outdoor)
The Polar Vantage M2 watch, the replacement for the Vantage M, is a mid-range running and triathlon oriented watch offering comprehensive sports features for a very competitive price

Polar Vantage M2 at a glance

New in 2021, the Polar Vantage M2 is a mid-range multi-sport and connected watch for running and triathlon. It is an improved version of the Polar Vantage M, but priced €20 higher. It offers a number of new features already available on the latest Polar watches (Grit X and Vantage V2). We describe them in detail later in this article.

Lightweight and even more comfortable on the wrist, it offers a 30-hour battery life that can be extended to 100 hours in battery-saving mode. It has up to 20 sports profiles from over 130 available on the Polar Flow interface. It has a non-touch colour display, GPS and a wrist heart rate monitor that works underwater. It is compatible with Bluetooth sensors (cadence, speed, power, stride, belt or cardio armband).

Vantage M2 watch with brown-copper strap

The Vantage M2 is very comprehensive in terms of sports functions. It assesses the impact of training on the body and warns of overtraining. It assesses the level of recovery during the night and tells you whether or not it's a good idea to go for a workout. Its integrated coach offers tailor-made training to prepare for a race with a given objective (distance and date of the competition) or daily training (cardio, weight training, stretching) for people who want to get active but do not know how. It assesses VO2max at rest or during activity, a performance indicator for evaluating progress. It offers complete functions for swimmers (pool and outdoor).

This new model evaluates the amount of carbohydrates, fats and proteins consumed during a ride and indicates when it is necessary to eat and hydrate. Thanks to this assistance, no more hypoglycemia!...

The Polar Flow interface offers comprehensive analysis tools with graphs, summaries, statistics and a map display of the routes taken.

The watch also offers full 24-hour activity monitoring, including a very detailed sleep analysis, one of the best on the market today, as well as breathing exercises (including cardiac coherence) to relax.

In terms of connected functions, this model has new features that complement traditional smartphone notifications. These include music controls (controlling music from a smartphone) and access to the weather.

Note that the Vantage M2 has no ABC sensors, no GPS navigation functions (track, route tracking), and no wrist power measurement (although an external power sensor can be added). It is therefore not optimised for outdoor activities such as trail running or hiking.

Who is the Polar Vantage M2 for?

This watch will be of particular interest to regular sportsmen and women, runners, marathoners and triathletes looking for comprehensive functions to train, monitor and optimise their performance and progress without having to pay too much money (the right compromise between an entry-level model and a top-of-the-range model). Garmin offers much more expensive models for the same sports functions. This is a good alternative if you are not looking for advanced intelligent functions.

It is also perfect for athletes who want to prepare for a race (5km, 10km, half-marathon or marathon) thanks to its customised training plans and its tool to help avoid overtraining.

It will also be of interest to people who want to get active but do not know how. Its integrated coach offers daily training sessions that are progressive and motivating.

For more advanced training or outdoor use (trail, hiking, etc.), it is better to opt for a higher-end model with more advanced functions, a barometric altimeter and GPS navigation functions, such as the Polar Vantage V2 or the Polar Grit X.

For daily activity monitoring and outdoor fitness training, the more economical Polar Ignite 2 is more suitable.

Polar Vantage M and Vantage M2 compared: what's new

The new Vantage M2 has all the same features as the Vantage M, plus some additional functions already offered on the brand's latest models (Ignite 2, Vantage V2, Grit X), all for an extra €20. Its autonomy remains unchanged (30 h) but it inherits the new battery manager allowing to reach 100 h of autonomy. As for the design, it does not change much: the watch is prettier with new colours and straps and a more discreet and striated bezel.


Vantage M2 watches and screens displaying the new functions
The Vantage M2 takes the features of the Vantage M and benefits from some new sporty and connected functions


The main differences between the Polar Vantage M and Vantage M2 are summarised below:

  • Improved look: new bracelets and colours, more discreet and grooved bezel
  • Customisation of dials and colours:Polar offers the possibility to match your watch with your outfit by offering interchangeable watchfaces and screen colours that you can change.
  • FuelWise, the refueling assistant, assesses carbohydrate needs and warns when to feed and hydrate. This allows you to focus entirely on the race!
  • Energy Sources evaluates the expenditure of carbohydrates, fats and protides during the workout
  • Weekly summary gives an easy access to a summary of the week directly on the watch
  • Heart rate broadcasting (HR sensor mode) allows the watch to be used with compatible fitness devices or other applications
  • Music controls makes easier the controlling of the music from a smartphone (access to playlists, volume control, etc.). Please note that the watch does not include an mp3 player.
  • Weather forecast provides real-time forecast on the next 2 days
  • A new battery manager allows you to wait for 100 hours of autonomy in GPS training mode (compared to 30 hours unchanged in standard mode) by adjusting 3 parameters (recording frequency, deactivation of the heart rate monitor, activation of the screen saver)

For a more detailed comparison between the 2 watches, see our Comparison between Polar Vantage M vs Vantage M2 vs Vantage V vs Grit X vs Vantage V2.

Polar Vantage M2 detailed review


The Vantage M2 is little changed from the previous model. Its physical characteristics remain the same except for the design of the bezel, which has changed slightly: it is a little more discreet and has striations whose pattern varies depending on the colour of the model. Polar also offers new watch colours and new straps that can be changed without tools and are quite comfortable to wear.

The watch has a 240 x 240 px non-touch colour display and a stainless steel bezel. Unlike the high-end Polar models, the case is made of plastic and the glass of standard glass. It is light (45.5 g and 28.8 g without the strap) and relatively thick (12.5 mm) in its 46 x 46 mm case. That is pretty good compared to the Suunto 5 (66 g, 46 x 46 x 14.6 mm case and 218 x 218 px screen) or the Forerunner 245 (38,5 g, 42 x 42 x 12.5 mm case and 240 x 240 px screen).

4 models of Vantage M2
The Polar Vantage M2 comes in 4 colours and offers a new more comfortable strap


The screen, which is easy to read even in bright sunlight, can display up to 4 data. On this new model, it can be personalised by choosing from a number of anological and digital views (watchface) and by choosing the colour of the screen from among 8 available (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, pink and peach).

Sensors: GPS and an optical wrist frequency monitor

Polar Prime Performance optical sensor
Optical heart rate monitor works under water

The Vantage M2 benefits from the new Polar Prime Performance sensor (already fitted to the Vantage M) for pulse measurement, VO2max assessment and respiration rate (used for detailed sleep analysis). It has 9 LEDs, 4 light sensors and 4 electrodes to test for proper skin contact. This new technology allows it to exclude any movement artefact, to offer more reliable measurements whatever the skin type and to work under water. You will have to use it for swimming, as the cardio belt cannot be used underwater (it works with Bluetooth and the waves do not pass through!), unless you buy the Polar Verity Sense armband which can be used for swimming.

The watch also has an accelerometer, gyroscope and a GPS chip that is compatible with 4 satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS, QZSS and Galileo) for optimal coverage.

Unlike the models higher up in the range (Grit X and Vantage V2), it has no ABC sensors (barometric altimeter, barometer, compass), nor a thermometer. It is therefore not suitable for outdoor activities such as trail riding, hiking or mountain escapades. Nevertheless, you can access the weather forecast for 2 days (you need to pair the watch with a smartphone to record the weather data and then access it offline).

The Vantage M2 also does not offer wrist power measurement. However, an external power sensor (e.g. Stryd) can be added.

This model is compatible with all external Bluetooth sensors (ANT+ is not supported): power, cadence, speed and stride sensors (footpod), belt or cardio armband. However, it cannot be coupled with several sensors of the same type (2 speed sensors for example), which makes the use of a second bike or a home trainer more complicated.

Finally, Polar offers, for the first time, heart rate broadcasting to other compatible devices (fitness devices for example) or to certain applications. This makes it possible to use the watch, rather than a compatible cardio belt, with the device used for calorie evaluation, control of the device (work in target zones), etc.


As for battery life, the Vantage M2 remains at the same level as the previous model: 5 days in watch mode with continuous heart rate monitoring and 30 hours in GPS training mode. The manual states 7 days in watch mode versus 5 days in the specifications. As we were unable to test this value, we indicate 5 days in our review.

The main interest of this new model lies in the addition of a new battery manager (introduced with the Grit X and Vantage V2 models). It displays the remaining battery life and allows you to extend the battery by adjusting the GPS recording frequency (1s, 1 min or 2 min), the use of the heart rate monitor on the wrist (a belt can be used instead) and the sleep mode of the display (it turns off after 8 seconds and pressing a button reactivates it). The 30-hour battery life can thus be extended to around 100 hours. If a belt or armband is used, the battery manager automatically deactivates the optical sensor, thus increasing the 30-hour battery life slightly.

ModeVantage M2
Watch with HR tracking5 day
GPS training30 h
Power saving100 h
Remaining time display
Choice of GPS recording (1s, 30s, 60s)
Polar Vantage M2 battery life

Sports functions

The Vantage M2 is very comprehensive and offers many of the same features as Polar's higher-end models (see table below). A description of these features can be found in our detailed review of the Polar Vantage V. These functions are more than enough for most sportsmen and women who practice a sport regularly, for pleasure or to progress or prepare for competitions.

The watch offers everything you need to train, evaluate your performance, know your training level and know yourself better.

Here are the main functions summarised in a table and a comparison with other Polar watches.

FeaturesVantage MVantage M2Vantage VGrit XVantage V2
Number of on-board sport profiles2020202020
Number of available sports profiles130+130+130+130+130+
Running power at the wrist (without external sensor)  
Running power with external sensor
Training Load Pro
Recovery Pro  
Running program (5, 10, 21, 42 km)
Training program
Interval training
FitSpark (daily training guide)
Nightly recharge (assesses nightly recovery)
FuelWise (refueling assistant) 
Energy source 
Running time assessment
Orthostatic test  
Running performance test    
Cycling Performance Test    
Leg Muscle Recovery Test    
Benefits / effectiveness of training
Benefits of activity
VO2max (Running Index)
Fitness test (evaluates VO2max at rest)     
Sleep Plus Stages (sleep analysis)
Polar Fitness Test (fitness test)
Audible alerts  
Vibration alerts
Weekly summary on the watch 
Polar Vantage M vs Vantage M2 vs Vantage V vs Grit X vs Vantage V2 Comparison: Features

Among these features, Running Program will be of interest to people who want to prepare for a 5K, 10K, half marathon or marathon but do not know how to go about it. The watch takes into account the target (distance and race date) and offers tailored plans that evolve as the runner progresses. It indicates whether you should go slowly or with more intensity. Exercises are suggested to prepare oneself (warm-up, stretching). Polar also offers explanatory videos on its site. The running time predictor also evaluates the estimated running time according to the measured physical condition.

Training Load Pro is also a powerful monitoring and analysis tool assessing the effects of training on the body and on performance. This allows you to know whether you are working enough, too much (risk of overtraining) or not enough to maintain or increase your level. On this model, to be used in its entirety, the function requires a power sensor to be associated with the watch in order to evaluate the muscular load of the training.

FitSpark screen

The Benefits or Effectiveness of Training (commentary explaining the benefit of a session) and Running Index (VO2max) functions complement this analysis by providing information on the effectiveness of a workout and the level of performance achieved. Nightly Recharge furthermore provides information on whether you have recovered enough energy during sleep to train again the next day and at what intensity.

The FitSpark personal trainer will appeal to people who are looking to get moving and stay fit without necessarily looking to work out. The watch offers complete programmes built on WHO recommendations, to be followed daily, combining cardio, strength training and stretching exercises.

Finally, for swimmers, the Vantage M2 offers comprehensive features for swimming in the sea or pool: HR tracking, swim pace (pool or open water), swim type detection, swim efficiency (SWOLF), stroke rate and number, calories burned.

New features on the Vantage M2 include the following:

    Fuelwise assistant
  • FuelWise is a refueling assistant that evaluates energy expenditure during a ride and takes into account data from past rides to send reminders when it's time to feed or hydrate. The aim is to help the athlete avoid hunger pangs and dehydration (the sensation of thirst, for example, indicates that one has not drunk enough). Unfortunately, it is already too late to make up for it!) The watch is capable of estimating the resources needed for the planned ride, which allows you to plan the quantities of food and drink accordingly! It offers a refuelling grid that can be adapted according to experience.
  • Energy sources
  • Energy sources indicates the proportion of carbohydrates, lipids and protides consumed during the effort. This allows you to assess your expenditure and better balance your diet according to the type of outing and effort. This function is also interesting for people looking to lose fat, helping them to work at the right intensity.
  • Weekly summary gives an overview of the current and previous week and the training sessions planned for the following week. The function displays the total training time divided into the different training zones. A more detailed view shows distance, workouts, calories burned, time spent in heart rate zones. You can see at a glance whether the planned goals have been achieved, what efforts are still to be made and whether you have made progress. This is a relevant function that can motivate some people to be even more active!

Note that Training Load Pro requires the use of an external power sensor in order to benefit from the assessment of muscle load (in addition to cardiovascular load).

GPS navigation: absent on this model

As far as GPS navigation is concerned, Polar offers the bare minimum: a straight line back to the starting point (navigation as the crow flies). The watch records the route (it can be found on a map in Polar Flow) but does not display the GPS track. It does not offer route tracking either. In comparison, the Garmin Forerunner 245 and Suunto 5 watches offer advanced GPS navigation but at a higher price.

Moreover, the absence of a barometric altimeter makes the accuracy of the altitude difference measurements rather poor depending on the route. The GPS is not good at evaluating small ascents and descents because the margin of error on this type of measurement is significant (5 m according to Polar). For example, if you are trail running on bumpy ground with ascents and descents of only a few metres, the accuracy will be extremely poor and the height measurements almost unusable. On the other hand, the accuracy will be good if you climb a mountain pass by bike. Also, the GPS altitude is accurate, even better than that measured by a barometric altimeter if it has not been calibrated or if the atmospheric pressure varies greatly during the ride. This is why Suunto offers FusedAlti, a function that consolidates the measurements of the two sensors for optimal accuracy.

Activity monitoring

Polar offers a watch that continuously tracks activity (activity time, steps, calories burned, distance travelled, heart rate, detailed sleep analysis, weekly summary) and allows you to set goals.


The sleep analysis (Sleep Plus Stages) is one of the best on the market. The watch thoroughly evaluates the quality of sleep (light, deep, REM), provides a sleep score and displays a detailed analysis in Polar Flow. It takes into account movement, heart rate variability and breathing rate. It assesses the level of night-time recovery which it uses in sports functions.

The SERENE function offers breathing exercises, more specifically cardiac coherence, to relax. Cardiac coherence is a powerful tool to fight stress and offers other health benefits. But the advantage of this function, compared to the competition, is that it displays the level of coherence in graphic form, which allows you to know if the exercise is effective and to learn how to perform it as well as possible.

Connected features: progress compared to the Vantage M

Polar's smart features are very limited, regardless of the model in the range. In the recent past, only smartphone notifications (push emails, messages and calls) were available. But since the release of the latest models, things are changing and new functions are being offered:

Weather and music controls
  • Weather:the watch displays the weather forecast in real time for the next 2 days. For the current day, the forecast is displayed as icons on a watch face (one forecast per hour).
  • Smartphone music control allows you to control you smartphone music from the watch (playlist, volume, etc.). You can listen to music, browse a playlist, pause, increase or decrease the volume without having to take your phone out of your pocket or backpack!
  • HR broadcasting to compatible devices or applications (fitness device, home trainer) allows you to use your watch with other devices.

Polar also ensures that the watch's data is synchronised with third-party services such as TrainingPeaks, Strava, Apple Health Kit, Google Fit or MyFitnessPal.

Our opinion on the Polar Vantage M2

Polar is a strong brand, known for the reliability of its watches and the data obtained through heart rate analysis (the basis of the training tools offered on sports watches). As a pioneer in this field, the brand has always been able to stand out by offering quality sports watches.

We liked the Vantage M. We like this new model even more, even though it is a bit more expensive (€20 difference). The Polar Vantage M2 is a quality sports watch, designed for the general public, offering excellent value for money. It offers all the useful tools for the regular sportsman to train while respecting their body, analyse and improve their performance. Apart from its limited smart functions, it offers tools that are second to none to those of Garmin watches, all for a lower price.

In our opinion, it is a good compromise for people who are looking for a complete watch without spending too much money. For more advanced training or for outdoor and trail activities, or for cycling, better look at the Grit X or the Vantage V2.

Sportsman wearing a Polar Vantage watch

Perfect for running and triathlon

The watch really does have all the tools you need for running and triathlon. Although this model does not have wrist power measurement (like the Vantage V2 or the Grit X), it can be coupled with an external power sensor which will be more accurate. Note that to take full advantage of the Training Load Pro feature, a power sensor must be used, otherwise the feature will not measure muscle load.

The Running Program function is a really handy tool to prepare for a competition without any special knowledge of training principles. All you have to do is follow the instructions. The watch will check your fitness, night recovery, past ride data and adjust the plan accordingly. With the run time predictor, you can even get an idea of how long you will be running and track your progress. Everything becomes simple. Note that Garmin also offers these functions.

Training Load Pro offers practical tools to evaluate the quality of training, to situate oneself, especially to avoid overtraining. It is a precious ally for learning about yourself and progressing without injury.

Several test functions (night recovery assessment, running VO2max assessment, resting fitness assessment, training benefits) help you to know where you stand.

In short, this watch is quite attractive for its features and price. The higher-end models, with more features, do not really offer much additional interest for these sports, except, really, for athletes who are looking for more complete and specific tools.

Limitations of the Vantage M2

The reason why this rather complete watch is cheap is also because it has a number of limitations. If these are prohibitive, look to the higher-end Grit X and Vantage V2 models.

The absence of a barometric altimeter does not allow for reliable measurements of the altitude difference for outings on bumpy terrain (short ascents and descents). The GPS offers fairly reliable measurements of altitude but not of small differences in altitude (this is why watches without a barometric altimeter cannot count the number of steps climbed, even outdoors with the GPS). The watch is therefore not suitable for trail riding, most mountain biking or even hiking (depending on the terrain). If you want to climb a mountain pass by bike or reach a summit in the mountains, there will be no problem (the difference in altitude will be correct) but if you want to run or ride on hilly terrain, the same will not be true.

The lack of GPS navigation (tracking, route following, guidance) makes it unsuitable for outdoor activities (hiking, trekking, exploration) or even trail riding.

If the watch is compatible with many external sensors, they must be Bluetooth. If you have ANT+ sensors, you will not be able to use them with the Vantage M2. For swimming, do not rely on the use of a cardio belt either, as it does not work underwater with Bluetooth. You'll need to use the optical wrist monitor (not ultra accurate) or the new Polar Verity Sense Armband. Also, the Vantage M2 cannot be paired with multiple sensors of the same type. If you want to use your watch with a second bike or home trainer, you will need to re-pair them.

Finally, the watch is very limited in terms of intelligent functions (like the other models in the range) but these functions are not necessarily the most sought after by most regular sportsmen. There is no MP3 player, no diary, no security functions (fall detection and SOS call), nor the possibility of controlling a remote camera. For this, you will have to turn to Polar watches (see our comparatives of cardio-GPS watches).

Vantage M or Vantage M2?

Between the Vantage M and the Vantage M2 (€20 more expensive), we recommend the new model because it is a bit nicer and more comfortable (new strap, new colours, new bezel, customisable screen), but also because it offers some interesting new features, including the battery manager.

These functions will not revolutionise the model, but they are a useful addition for better monitoring and more comfort.

Energy sources, for example, indicate whether you are burning mostly fat or sugar (glycogen), which is interesting for people who are trying to lose some weight.

FuelWise, with its refueling reminders, allows you to focus completely on the race without having to remember to feed and hydrate. It is not just a tool for beginners, on the contrary!

Access to the weather forecast seems a bit gimmicky but is quite practical in use.

The music controls are also interesting in everyday life or during sport if you like to listen to music while training: no need to take the phone out of your bag or pocket to adjust the sound, change tracks, etc. Please note that the watch does not have an mp3 player. So, you always need to have your phone next to you to listen to music.

The battery saving mode can also help if you forget to recharge your watch or for ultra-long rides. The precision of the recording can even remain optimal (every second) if you only deactivate the optical heart rate monitor (you can use a belt or armband instead and consume considerably less. Polar does not give a figure for the savings).


The Polar Vantage M2 is a complete watch for runners, offering powerful sports functions for training and progress. Its price is very competitive: it is hard to find a better watch at this price, and it is also suitable for triathlons! The smart functions are few and far between and it is not suitable for outdoor use. We recommend this model to regular sportsmen who want to train and progress without any particular knowledge of the basics of training and who do not want to spend too much money on a sports watch. As an alternative, for more comprehensive connected functions, we recommend the Garmin Forerunner 245.

We liked
  • Excellent value for money
  • The design (lightness and improved look)
  • Autonomy (30 h) extendable to 100 h
  • The complete sports functions
  • The excellent sleep analysis
We liked less
  • No touch screen
  • No barometric altimeter
  • No STRAVA compatibility
  • No GPS track or route tracking
  • Does not allow multiple sensors of the same type to be paired
  • Still no mp3 player

Price and availability

The Polar Vantage M2 watch is available in four strap and bezel colours: black-grey (grey bezel), gold-champagne (gold bezel), grey-yellow (grey bezel) and brown-copper (copper bezel). More stylish leather or fabric straps are also available for €39.90. The watch comes with 2 silicone straps (2 sizes included), a charging cable, a user manual and an information note.

It is available for sale on the Polar website and in specialist shops. Take advantage of discount coupons with our partners.

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