Epson Announces Launch of New GPS Running Watches

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Epson Announces Launch of New GPS Running Watches Epson Announces Launch of New GPS Running Watches

On November 2, Epson announced that they will be launching a new line of GPS running watches. The line will be called ProSense and will feature 5 different watches in this line. Each watch will feature Epson’s new RouteSense GPS as well as their innovative CardioSense HR technology, claiming to be the most accurate and reliable heart-rate sensor they have offered. On top of these new technology, Epson is proud to announce they will be offering their best battery life yet in the ProSense line of watches.

The ProSense watches will be able to sync Epsom View, their new software and app that will provide in depth information. The watches will also be able to sync with third party companies such as Strava and RunKeeper.

Elite runner, Olympian and winner of the Boston and New York City marathon, Meb Keflezighi tested the ProSense 307 watch.

The five watches in the ProSense line include:

  • ProSense 17
  • ProSense 57
  • ProSense 307
  • ProSense 347
  • ProSense 367

The ProSense 17 is the basic model that features Epson’s RouteSense GPS but no heart rate sensor and goes to the ProSense 367 which is fully loaded with heart rate sensor, 46 Hour GPS, smart notification, music control and more. The multisport watches feature Epson’s Pro Silicone wristbands which are soft, breathable and allow for better heart rate monitoring accuracy.

Price start at $99 for the ProSense 17 and goes up to $399 for the ProSense 367.

For more information about the Epson ProSense watches, visit their website at