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TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio with Cadence Sensor and Altimeter (Black)

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Cardio Multi-Sport Bundle
Black
  • Integrated Heart Rate Monitor
  • Graphical Training Partner helps you train more effectively with full-screen graphics and three unique training modes.
  • One-Button Control allows you to easily navigate through menus.
  • Extra Large Display
  • Quick GPS Fix Technology helps you get out on your run faster.
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Product Information

Style: Cardio Multi-Sport Bundle | Color: Black
Technical Details
Item Weight15.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5.8 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches
Item model number1RH0.001.02
Batteries:1 AA batteries required. (included)
Display Size1.37 inches
Display Resolution144 x 168
Warranty1 year limited
Battery Life10 hours
  
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ASINB00JD4TFDW
Best Sellers Rank #11,326 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 2, 2014
  
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Style: Cardio Multi-Sport Bundle | Color: Black
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Product Description

Style: Cardio Multi-Sport Bundle | Color: Black

Product Description

Whether you're running, cycling or swimming, TomTom has a range of GPS watches and accessories to help you achieve your goals. With TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio, see your detailed running metrics at-a-glance to stay motivated and reach your running goals.

From the Manufacturer

TOMTOM MULTI-SPORT CARDIO GPS WATCH

Female Running
Male Running

Using a TomTom GPS Sport Watch is the easiest way to improve your running, cycling and swimming.

The all new TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio gives you real time running information when you need and a built-in heart rate monitor so you can get more out of every run.



Built-in Heart Rate Monitor

Get accurate heart rate information without the need for a separate chest strap.

Train in your optimal Heart Rate Zone

Select a zone to match your training goal and always know whether you need to speed up or slow down.

Real-time activity information

See real-time activity information at a glance. Track your distance, time, pace, speed and calories burnt as you run, cycle or swim.


TRAIN IN YOUR OPTIMAL HEART RATE ZONE

Heart rate monitoring is the single most accurate means to understand how your body is responding to exercise.

Select a zone to match your training goal and always know whether you need to speed up or slow down.

For running and cycling you can train in one of five intensity zones:  
5. Sprint: mostly used as part of interval training.
4. Speed: high tempo training to improve your speed and fitness.
3. Endure: moderate to high tempo training to improve your lung and heart capacity.
2. Fat Burn: moderate tempo training, great for weight loss.
1. Easy: easy tempo training, mostly used for warm-up and cool down.

Choose a heart rate zone

Before your run or cycle, choose a specific heart rate zone you wish to train in.

Easily see your heart rate and receive alerts

During your run or cycle, easily see your heart rate, and receive alerts to help you stay in the right zone.

A full screen graphic shows you what percentage of your run you spent in each heart rate zone

A full screen graphic shows you what percentage of your run or cycle you spent in each heart rate zone.

Cycling and Swimming

If you use your TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio while cycling, there are two ways you can measure your heart rate.
1. If you are wearing the watch on your wrist, you can use the built-in Heart Rate Monitor.
2. If you place the watch module in the bike dock, you will need a separate Heart Rate Monitor chest strap accessory.
It is not possible to measure your heart rate while swimming.



TRAIN WITH FULL SCREEN GRAPHICS

Race

Race

Race yourself: Compare your current activity with past performances. See in “real-time” where you are compared to your best or last activity so you can continue to improve.

Goal

Goal

Challenge yourself: See that you are on track to achieve your goals. Set a distance, time or calorie goal and check your progress in a simple full screen graphic.

Set your goal and receive alerts when you’re halfway there, almost there and when you have achieved your goal.

Interval

Interval

Interval training: Improve speed and cardio fitness with Interval Training. Start with a warm up, then alternate bursts of high and low intensity exercise as many times as you like, and finish with a cool down. Each interval can be either a fixed time or distance.



TRACK PROGRESS VIA YOUR FAVORITE RUNNING PLATFORM

Track progress using apps
  • Analyze and share your stats on popular running sites or apps
  • Sync automatically with the TomTom MySports mobile app


DESIGNED FOR ATHLETES

Male cycling
  • Run, cycle or swim with an ultra-slim, lightweight watch
  • Navigate menus easily with One-Button Control
  • Get out on your run faster with QuickGPSFix.
  • Stay focused on your run with vibration alerts
  • Train outside or indoors on a treadmill
  • Track your swim metrics in indoor or outdoor pools
  • Monitor your cadence as you ride (optional accessory)
  • Monitor your elevation while you ride (selected models only)


SPECIFICATIONS

Male swimming
  • Durable, scratch-resistant, Super-Tough Display
  • Specially-designed bike mount
  • Bluetooth® Smart Connectivity
  • Waterproof up to 165 ft (50 meters)/ 5ATM
  • Up-to 8 Hour Battery Life [GPS +heart rate mode]
  • Desk Dock to charge and sync
  • Multiple Comfort Cardio Strap Options to customize your watch

Customer Reviews

The watch is very easy to use.
Kyle Anderson
Perhaps a firmware/software update will be released to fix the HR problems, but until then, avoid this watch.
jeff
It wasn't obvious how, but it was able to sync with Runkeeper's site through their application.
Jemmy Barker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Andy-X on July 24, 2014
Style Name: Cardio Multi-SportColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
Initial Impression:

Before I purchased this watch, I noticed several mixed reviews, so I was a little hesitant. After 2 weeks, 10 runs and several walks, and a direct comparison (side-by-side) with Garmin Forerunner 910XT with heart monitor (which I own for more than 2 years) these are my initial impressions:

1. TomTom clearly picks up the GPS signal faster, sometimes 1 minute before Garmin (usually around 15-30s).
Winner: TomTom.

2. Garmin and Tomtom give quite similar running distances with an error of <5% between them. But it seems that Garmin tends to overestimate running distances when I compare them with Google Maps and other map systems. For example, in all certified marathons I ran (>10 at least), Garmin always overestimated the distance (up to 5%). So, TomTom seems more conservative in this regard.
Winner: TomTom.

3. HR. Garmin gives fairly stable readings over time that match very well your perceived effort. I rarely see spikes or other aberrant readings with the HR strap. In contrast, TomTom tends to give occasional anomalous non-sense readings (higher than expected). In two occasions the HR froze and later on came back. They come and go and I haven't noticed any specific pattern so far. However, I noticed something interesting. In the beginning, I was wearing the watch over my left wrist. When I changed it to my right wrist, these anomalous readings decreased dramatically and the overall reading now is pretty decent, matching very well my perceived effort. Likely, the local vascular anatomy of your wrist region is a key factor. If you are unhappy with the watch, try it in the other hand, move it around, etc. It may help.
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101 of 108 people found the following review helpful By jeff on June 11, 2014
Style Name: Cardio RunnerColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
Check out the reviews on DCRainmakers site to see posts from others with similar complaints.

On six total runs, the heart rate monitor only worked twice. Heart rate monitoring was working up to the point I would start sweating...usually mile 2-3, at which point it would stop working. Sometimes it would come back when I repositioned/wiped the sweat away, but it usually didn't. I really wanted this watch to work. The idea of not having to wear a chest HR strap is great, but this watch isn't the answer. Perhaps a firmware/software update will be released to fix the HR problems, but until then, avoid this watch.

I contacted TomTom's support page and got no response after two days. A watch that doesn't work as advertised and a lack of support equals me returning this watch and going with another proven brand. Let me know when you work out the bugs because I really want this to work.

(And TomTom, don't tell me it's my fault. I've tried the inside of my wrist, the outside of my wrist (on both arms), over-tightening, under-tightening, multiple-repositioning of the watch and it still doesn't work for an entire run).
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June 12, 2014
Hi Jeff, i apologize for the inconvenience. We would like to investigate this issue closely. Can you please reach out to us on inbox.reviews@tomtom.com so we can look into the case in detail? Thank you for the review.
34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Kat on June 3, 2014
Style Name: Cardio RunnerColor Name: Black Verified Purchase
Update (Nov 10, 2014): Well. The site still doesn't work properly. It keeps erroring out as before, and I have to reset the account on a nearly weekly basis. I've honestly quit trying. The watch itself has also had some firmware updates that make it less than desirable now.

1. GPS acquisition is no longer a 30 second thing. It takes a solid five minutes for the watch to figure itself out and I have to remain perfectly still during this period or it thinks I am "warming up".

2. It freaks out if my heart rate goes over a certain zone. Due to the mysports site being a piece of junk, the watch still thinks I'm a 5'11" male who weighs 160lbs. So, it freaks out and tells me I'm going to die if my heart rate exceeds what a person of that size/weight should be exerting. Well, heart rates are different for a 4'11", 105lb female. Sorry, tomtom.

3. The "push-3-seconds-to-pause" feature no longer exists. Therefore, if I accidentally bump the watch buttons, the run pauses. Imagine my irritation when I found this new "perk" at the end of a 10 mile run when the watch was bumped somewhere around mile 2 when avoiding some walkers in the brush. Lovely.

So, with that in mind...I've updated the watch's review. If I could get a refund on this thing, I would. I'm just hoping to sell it off and get a cheap garmin and a Window's band. And with Fitbit releasing heart-rate and GPS worthy items early next year, this clunky POS isn't worth the time or the money.

****Old review****

So, I'm not going to bore you with the details that you can read so adeptly discussed by more amazing folk like dcrainmaker. If you want an indepth review of this badboy, go read his stuff.

In short...

The Pros:
Quick GPS acquisition time.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tobias Ralph Boisvert on June 4, 2014
Style Name: Cardio RunnerColor Name: White Verified Purchase
As the title stated this watch is the MIO Alpha with GPS and some other goodies. I wear the MIO Alpha and just can't go back to the chest strap. The MIO Alpha is just a heart rate monitor and I have been waiting for it to blossom into a real sports watch. The armband for the smartphone is a drag so I thought I would check this Tom Tom out and hopefully consolidate two things.

The Tom Tom works as advertised and I find it to be more accurate than the freeware run apps and a smart phone. I like not having to have a foot pod and a chest strap. The biggest let down is the lack of data crunching that Garmin and the smartphone apps have that the Tom Tom doesn't. Tom Tom is way behind the curve on that stuff. You are directed to Map My Fitness to crunch numbers. It doesn't get it done and it has adds that are a nuisance. The smartphone app is pretty lame as well. Even iFIT does a better job. The heart rate monitor needs to be able to transmit to sports equipment and smartphones as well. That is just a waste of good data.

It works but I wouldn't buy it until they get the software together. It is a top end piece of gear and it should be able to compete at that level. Its almost like they didn't bother to get a few run geeks involved in the R&D phase of this or something?
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June 5, 2014
Hello Tobias, thank you for the review, I'm glad to read that you like the watch itself. We are aware that our customers would like to get more from MySports and we are working hard to improve it, your feedback is vital to that process. I will share your review with the relevant teams.

In the meantime we have made it easier to export data to other sites so that you can as much information as possible.

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