COROS watches rely on the barometer for elevation readings. It converts the air pressure readings to elevation. Longer outdoor workouts are prone to be affected by changes of air pressure even if the elevation remains the same.
Factors listed below may affect the elevation readings on the elevation widget.
- Natural changes in the air pressure throughout the day
- Weather changes
- Pressurized environments
- Heaters and air conditioners
- Submerged in water
- Strong wind
- Dust/dirt in the sensor
It is recommended to calibrate the elevation during daily tracking via GPS or manually input on a regular basis. COROS watches automatically calibrate the elevation using GPS during outdoor workouts to ensure the best accuracy.
Please follow the step below to calibrate the elevation on your watch.
- Main watch face → System → Sensors → Calibration → Elevation → Use GPS | Enter Elevation.
- Make sure to stand in an open field when calibrating the elevation using GPS for the best accuracy.
Please clean the barometer sensor on the watch with running water or air duster to ensure accurate elevation readings.
- COROS VERTIX/VERTIX 2
- The barometer is located at 9 o'clock on the side of the watch.
- COROS PACE 2/APEX/APEX Pro/APEX 2/APEX 2 Pro
- The barometer is located at 12 o'clock underneath the watchband.
Still need help?
If you are still experiencing elevation issues after trying these steps, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the following information:
- Proof of purchase
- 6-digit watch ID
- Screenshots of the elevation graphs from recent activities
- Watch model/color/size (if applicable)
- Current shipping address and phone number