TomTom Adventurer GPS Hiking & Trail Running Watch + Heart Rate Monitor – Black
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- Multisport modes: Hike or ski, swim or bike, gym or run - track all of your activities indoor and out. With special modes for trail-running, hiking, skiing and snowboarding, you can elevate your adventures.
- GPS sport watch and music player: Included Bluetooth headphones have contoured ear hooks, are sweat and weatherproof, last up to 6 hours, and pair with your Adventurer or phone.
- Outdoor fitness watch: Discover new routes with confidence, reach new heights with a built-in compass, barometer, long battery life, and waterproof performance up to 40M.
- GPS watch with advanced features: Built-in music player to keep you motivated. Push yourself with audio feedback on your performance and see real-time stats on the go like altitude, 3D distance, pace, and total ascent and descent.
- Heart rate monitor: With a built-in heart rate monitor, feel the freedom of tracking your pulse without a separate chest strap. 24/7 activity tracker logs your heart rate, steps, active minutes, and calories burned.
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What's in the box
- TomTom Adventurer
- Bluetooth Headphones
- Charging Cable
TomTom Adventurer GPS Multisport Watch
Explore with your heart
Boost and relive your adventures with the TomTom Adventurer GPS Multisport Watch. Track your performance and improve your Fitness Age with multiple sports modes and personalized workouts. Monitor heart rate, explore new routes and listen to music on the watch as you run, cycle, trail run, hike, bike, ski and snowboard.
- GPS, Compass & Altimeter
- Multiple Sports Modes
- Built-in Heart Rate Monitor
- Fitness Age
- Coming Soon: Personalized Workouts
- Advanced Training Modes
- Trail Exploration
- Integrated Music Player
- TomTom Sports App
Monitor your heart rate straight from your wrist
Monitor your heart rate on your watch with the built-in heart rate monitor and say goodbye to the clunky chest strap. Heart rate shows you the intensity of your training so you know when to push a little harder and when to ease off. Training in 5 different Heart Rate Zones will help you get results faster.
Discover how fit you really are with TomTom's Fitness Age
Understand how fit you are by comparing your fitness level with others of the same age and gender group. Fitness age calculates the maximum volume of oxygen that you can use during peak heart rate activity (VO2 max) translating the result into your personal fitness age. Understand your Fitness age now and learn which activities will make you fitter tomorrow.
Take your performance to the next level
Train like a pro and take your performance to the next level with Interval Training, Training Zones, Race Mode, Recovery Indicator and more. Advanced training modes will help you to customize your own training, set personal training goals and achieve them faster.
GPS, Compass & Altimeter Tracking
Get accurate real-time info on the go, like altitude, 3D distance, pace, speed, total ascent and descent, and calories burned.
GPS, Compass & Altimeter
Integrated Music Player
TomTom Sports App
Elevate all of your outdoor adventures with music, Heart rate monitoring and route exploration on your wrist as you trail run, hike, ski and snowboard.
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I like the built-in heart monitor. I'm sure it's not as accurate as a chest-band, but it seems reasonably accurate for amateurs like me.
The GPS seems a little inaccurate. It has shown me crossing streets and canals when I've stayed on one side. It's not so bad that my numbers are off, it's just disappointing to see my routes waver around like that when my old TomTom watch was so accurate. I hope this will be fixed with an upgrade in the future.
I have not used the headphones because I like to hear my surroundings when I run, but I think it's neat that they came packaged with the watch.
For anyone else who has the original MultiSport watch, this is similar in that the watch can be removed from the band. However, TomTom has changed the design and added a small catch at the top, so you must be very deliberate about removing it, now- I assume this is in response to complaints about the earlier watches falling out of the wristbands.
Also, this watch does not fit the original bike mount that MultiSport owners liked so well, and I haven't found a mount for the Adventurer, yet. I suppose the heart rate monitor would be useless if this were mounted on my bike, but I'll still buy it if/when TomTom releases a version that fits.
I didn't realize this watch effectively doubles as a smart watch! After syncing it to my phone to download a run, it began showing me incoming texts and calls. It also tracks my heart rate throughout the day and the TomTom app gives health recommendations. I may have to raise my rating.
I use It for running, about 2 to 5 a week, averaging 5k, so I consider myself a recreational sportsman. It gives me the accuracy that I need. I have ran with It and with Strava, on my Moto G5 plus phone. They had a 3% difference in total distance and elevation gain, after a 5 k hike, and maybe the Tom Tom was spot on, and the phone was off. I just don't know. I was fun to test that, though. That difference not significant to me at all. I don't think It should be significant to anyone but a professional sportsman.
Fun factor: 10/10 !!! The watch comes with a bluetooth headphone that works very well and as a good fit with different sizes of cushionings. The sound of the phones is excellent, and I am a bit picky about sound. I also use It with Phaiser BHS 750 Phaiser BHS-750 Bluetooth Headphones Runner Headset Sport Earphones with Mic and Lifetime Sweatproof Guarantee - Wireless Earbuds for Running, Blackoutheadphones and they have the same quality.
Battery lasts a few days (I turn heart rate off unless I'm excersizing). Same for the phone's battery, It lasts a few good sessions. Anyway I think It's better to don't let them bellow the halfway, so you don't run the risk of having one of them stoping mid exercise.
Minor cons; 1-During excercise I can see a LOT of info about distance, pace, calories burned, etc... basically everything possible to be monitored without having electrodes stuck on your body. But once you stop the excersice you can't see the results on the watch. You have to get home and sync with the phone's app to see It (remember that the idea to have your watch playing music is that you don't have to take your phone with you when you exersice)? 2-Similar to this is the ability to see the battery status on the watch. You have to connect It to the phone and then the phone will show you. 3- While exercising the screen is allways with the night mode on, so It's bright and consuming more power.
I don't use the step counter nor the sleep option, as that doesn't interest me, but it's there if wanted. Copying music is super easy as it sees your itunes list and bam, over they go.I was able to fit over 1000 songs ( i break them down pretty small ) and the sound is awesome.
Love the hike modes as I live in the PNW and love to hit the trails as much as possible.
I love it. So much that the Multisport is getting sold. Don't get me wrong, the multisport did me no wrong and I loved it. Used it for so much training, but when a deal pops up, you have to take it. And I did.