Super lightweight Coros Apex 2 running watch gets a fall makeover in Dusty Pink

Coros Apex 2 watch in Dusty Pink
(Image credit: Coros)

The super light Coros Apex 2 has received a fresh look for fall, with a new Dusty Pink colorway.

When I reviewed the Coros Apex 2 in February this year, I was particularly impressed by just how light it feels on the wrist, which makes a real difference when it comes to running, and means it's barely noticeable as your arm swings. A lighter watch also means less bouncing, resulting in more accurate heart rate readings, and the Apex 2 compared very favorably to a chest strap heart rate monitor during testing.

Once you've used the watch for a few weeks, you'll unlock its full potential through Coros Evolab, which helps you monitor the effects of your training, balance work and recovery, and track your progress.

Following a recent update, the Coros app also offers straightforward route planning on your phone. This is extremely easy to use, allowing you to tap out a route on a map, then send it directly to your watch. 

The year of pink

As you'll have noticed, pink has been everywhere this year. Pantone's color of the year is a hot pink shade of Viva Magenta, and the launch of the Barbie movie in the spring brought a whole torrent of rosy shades. The color wasn't just limited to fashion, either, with even big outdoor brands like Yeti getting in on the action. The company released a range of drinkware and coolers in a shade called Power Pink.

Coros Apex 2 watch in dusty pink

(Image credit: Coros)

Coros takes a particularly poetic approach, saying that the new hue "pays homage to the delicate shades that grace the skies during dawn and dusk, reflecting a harmonious blend of toughness and grace that seamlessly transition from the rugged outdoors to refined urban environments."

It's certainly attractive, and includes a new pink watch face to match. The Dusty Pink Coros Apex 2 is available now direct from Coros for $349.

Cat Ellis

Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 15 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better), usually wearing at least two sports watches.