TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Watch with HRM
Get on your way to hitting all your fitness goals and train at a new level with the TomTom Multi-Sport. With a built-in heart rate monitor, this TomTom GPS watch keeps your heart rate while letting you train in five intensity zones based on your fitness goals. Waterproof to 165 feet, the TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Watch also tracks and displays your distance, pace, time, speed and calories for on-the-go viewing and includes a bike mount.
- Built-in heart rate monitor uses a sensor in the watch to accurately track and display your heart rate
- Heart rate zones keep five intensity zones that lets you know to speed up or slow down based on your goals
- Accurately tracks and displays your distance, pace, time, speed and calories burned on an extra-large display
- Full-screen graphics help keep you in optimal heart rate zones, let you race past performances, achieve goals and view laps and training on extra-large display
- Runner Multi-Sport allows you to track, analyze and share your stats on popular sites and apps
- Waterproof to 165 feet for training off-land
- Slim design and lightweight build won't slow you down
- One-button controls allow you to easily navigate through the watch's features
- QuickGPSFix can make your running more efficient
- Vibration alerts gently display your progress
- TomTom Multi-Sport is great for running indoor and outdoor, cycling and swimming
- Bike Mount easily attaches and removes from your bike and displays your stats at a glance
- Included: TomTom Multisport Cardio, Desk Dock, Bike Mount, User Guide
- Battery Life: Up to 8 hours with GPS and HR; up to 10 hours
- Display size: .85" x 1"
- Display Resolution: 144 x 168
- Thickness: .54"
- Weight: .22 oz
- Strap length: 9.17"
- Supported Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian
- Style: 1RH0.001.01, 1RH0.001.03
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 41603436
TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Watch with HRM 4 4
Easy to use This watch is easy to use, but a little bulky and I'm disappointed that the upper left corner is fuzzy from the back light. I thought I had a bad watch and returned it for another but the replacement was exactly the same. February 8, 2015
Heart Rate Monitor is best in class I looked at every product out there. While Garmin owns the market for GPS sport watches, their achilles heel is that they do not offer a built in heart rate monitor. For me that is the most important feature of the TomTom. I hate wearing a heart rate monitor around my chest. When I first got my Tom Tom I had problems with it freezing. Ever since I updated the software on it (extremely easy to do), I have had no problems. The watch works perfectly. The only sport that it does not work well for is swimming. I swim in a 25 yard pool, It took me a while to realize I needed to set distance when swimming. Even after I did that it still tends to add laps (80 laps becomes 86 or 88 laps) when I switch strokes from freestyle to breaststroke. For running a biking it creates split times for every mile. There may be a way to break it down into smaller splits, but I haven't spent the time to figure that out. Great watch, I use it everyday and have had it for 6 months. I like it so much I bought 4 for christmas presents. If you are looking for the best heart rate monitor in the game, this is the watch... December 20, 2014
Great potential, but lacks indoor cycling I bought this product because of all the great features. It tracks swimming, running, biking and will even give you a heart rate using Mio technology for running and biking. However, there is an issue with the cycling feature. It is now winter time and I spend most of my time biking on my indoor trainer. This watch should be great for this, because you can connect it to a cadence/speed sensor via Bluetooth. When I tried this, I was able to get speed and cadence, but as soon as I got a GPSfix my average speed dropped and distance stopped accumulating. Turns out that the watch will take GPS over speed/cadence and you will not get speed or distance info when training indoors. I read some forums and it was possible at one time to train indoors and use the speed/cadence sensor information. This all changed with one of the software updates. Many people have complained and it has been over a year. It seems TomTom is ignoring what people want, since they have not fixed this yet. It would seem like it should be a pretty simple software update, but I could be wrong. I give this product 3 stars, because it has good features, but just lacks good software developers. I just think it is a shame that bad software can ruin potential for a product like this. I have returned it and will just wait until a product comes out that works well. December 16, 2014
Not ready for prime time I did my first run with this watch today and had a similar and worse experience. After about 38min, the watch stopped working. Didn't initially understand what happened, thought the watch was too "smart" and crashed but started working 8 min later after I removed it from my wrist wiped off the sweat and put it back on. After my 78min run I synced the watch and to my horror see that it didn't lost the data...I know that at one it did capture the data, checked the summary at 70min and it showed my workout. This is a bad experience...I upgraded from the TomTom GPS runner which worked flawlessly. An occasional freeze might be fine, but losing data is unacceptable. Willing to switch to Garmin or another product September 6, 2014
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