Some runners like quiet jogs around the neighborhood. Some like to ramp it up a bit and compete in a 5K or 10k. Some really go all out and compete in marathons. And then there are those runners who just can’t stop, who want to keep on pushing until nothing remains but them and the road. These endurance athletes are known as ultra-runners and the Soleus Ultra Sole is the running watch for them, or anyone else who aspires to lengthen their running distances and keep track of his progress.
5 interval timers
35 lap memory
3 customizable alarms
Dual time zones
Water-resistant up to 100M
Comfortable and stylish
But with the wave of smartwatches, runs are becoming less of a quiet, focused time. You could be only halfway through your intended mileage when you receive an email notification and decide you just have to get home and answer it. Mom might call in the middle of lap three. Perhaps your husband will send a text to remind you to pick up toilet paper. The list could go on, of course, the million little things that can disrupt you from the peace and purposefulness of a run. Sometimes you just need to disconnect. But, as a runner, you still want to track your workouts. That’s where the Soleus Ultra Sole comes in.
Simple. Rugged. Accurate. These are perhaps the three words that best describe the Soleus Ultra Sole. With its one hundred hour chronograph, five interval timers, and hydration alarms, this minimalistic watch was specifically designed for ultra-marathoners who need a product that will provide accurate data and helpful reminders to get them through the longest of runs. But you don’t have to be an ultra-marathoner to appreciate this simplistic running watch; you just have to be a runner looking for a product that is simple, reliable, and accurate. With this stylish and comfortable watch on your wrist, you can complete your short jog or long-distance race without being distracted, but also without giving up on important running data. If you are looking for simple, rugged accuracy, the Soleus Ultra Sole is for you — no matter how far you’re planning to run.