TomTom Spark Cardio + Music, GPS Fitness Watch + Heart Rate Monitor + 3GB Music Storage (Small, Purple Haze)
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- GPS Sport Watch and Bluetooth Music Player: Workout with music, not with your phone. Wirelessly connect and train to the tune of 500 songs and the beat of your heart
- Waterproof Sport Watch and Heart Rate Monitor: Get accurate heart rate information on your wrist, use Multisport Mode to mix up your training. Run. Bike. Gym. Swim. Treadmill.
- GPS Running Watch and Activity Tracker: Measures time, distance, speed, pace, calories burned, and sleep. Live stats, on the go.
- GPS Watch with Advanced Features: The Spark is a 24/7 fitness tracker that keeps you motivated. Activate audio feedback on your performance as you workout
- Activity Watch with Long Lasting Battery: Sync, store, share and study your session on your favorite apps, recharge with included USB charging cable (Long lasting battery with activity tracking up to 3 weeks, GPS tracking up to 11 hours, GPS + Music up to 5 hours)
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Hours of musical motivation inside
TomTom Spark Cardio+Music
Workout with music, not with your phone
Carry up to 500 songs without carrying your phone. So you can listen to your favorite playlists right from your watch.
Track your activity all day
Measure your active minutes every day. Sprints, strolls, steps. Every active minute counts. Tracking your moves all day, it all adds up to time, distance and calories burned.
24/7 heart rate monitor on your wrist
Take a weight off and leave the chest strap behind. Track your heart rate on your watch with the built-in 24/7 heart rate monitor. Goodbye to chafing and sweaty chest straps.
Measure your progress
Challenge yourself to a daily or weekly target. Steps, calories, distance or active time. Set your goal and track your progress.
Track all your sports
Take it further than the treadmill. Run. Bike. Gym. Swim. Switch modes to mix up your training.
Train smarter with real-time information
Time. Distance. Speed. Pace. Calories burned. Live stats, on the go. So you know when to push it and when to slow down.
Download your favorite playlists
Easily transfer your playlists onto the TomTom Spark Cardio+Music watch from iTunes and Windows Media Player.
Automatic Sleep Tracking
Know if you're getting the sleep you need.
Train in five different heart-rate zones. Maximize performance and improve fitness.
Sync store and share your workouts with your favorite apps.
Stay motivated with instant audio feedback on your performance, during your workout.
Track your performance in the gym - lifting weights, on the treadmill, boxing class.
Select large or small straps to ensure the perfect fit for your wrist.
Customize your strap to match your mood and outfit.
- Durable, scratch-resistant, super-tough display
- Bluetooth Smart Connectivity
- Water Resistant (40m)
- Up to 5 hour Battery Life (GPS+ heart rate mode + music)
- 3 GB Music Storage
- Headphone Support - HiFi Audio via A2PP and AVRC profiles
- Plays MP3 and AAC formats. Does not play any copyrighted music.
|TomTom Spark||TomTom Spark Cardio||TomTom Spark Music||TomTom Spark Cardio+Music|
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|Built-in 24/7 heart rate monitor||✓||✓|
|24/7 Activity Tracking||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Water resistant (40 m)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Automatic Sleep Tracking||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Carry over 500 songs without carrying your phone. Store your playlists on your wrist and listen to them wirelessly during your workout. Track your heart rate with the built-in heart 24/7 rate monitor. No chest strap needed. Capture every active minute of your day. Sprints, strolls, stairs, steps. Every active minute counts. Tracking your moves all day, it all adds up to time, distance and calories burned.
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1. First off, it does pair with my run of the mill Trond edge bluetooth headphones and I can use it on either wrist. I do have to pair it each time I want to play music on the watch. It plays the music regardless of whether you are working out or not. I use the controls on my headphones, but you can fiddle around for the controls on the watch if that's your preference (I only discovered it one day by accident).
2. The built-in HR (heart rate) feature is cool. I still believe the chest straps are more accurate, but this does a pretty good job. I swear I'm working hard and out of breath, but then the HR monitor says I'm in the middle zone. When not in exercise mode, it would be ideal if you could see your heart rate whenever you wanted using the same scroll that monitors your sleep/steps/ calories/distance/active time. You can see your heart rate whenever if you setup like you're starting a workout.
3. I predominantly use the "gym" method for tracking my workouts. I mainly lift weights, but also use it for indoor and outdoor cardio like dancing, elliptical, rowing, etc. I have to use the "gym" tracking because when you activate "freestyle" it always searches for GPS signal (which it won't find indoors). For my outdoors workouts it messed up the tracking because it was also measuring distance I was moving, so it skewed my stats for a "running" pace. So, on the gym tracking it works perfectly and is ready to go within 5 seconds.
4a. When I used this for indoor running, there was a necessary feature at the end that allows you to adjust your mileage. This is necessary since it can be pretty off by itself. If the mileage is off it throws off your pace/average pace/ speed. I had the nike watch with the foot pod for years, so I know my cadence and distance and time pretty well and how it compares to the treadmill readings. Usually I'm a quarter mile faster than the treadmill readings, this watch was giving me pacing far slower than what the treadmill output.
4b. The outdoor tracking for runs/ trails works perfectly. GPS signal picks up in about 10 seconds. Also, this doesn't time out of starting a workout so it will hold the pre-start phase (with the GPS) for a while. (This is awesome for anyone that does races because you can set it up when you enter the corral and it will still be waiting for you when it's time to cross the start line. Then you hit go.)
4c. There's no continuous scroll and you have to use your whole palm to tap the screen for it to light up. When you are running the less time you spend fiddling with gadgets, the better. I thought this was something they could have fixed simply, ESPECIALLY since you can't adjust the order of what you see or even adjust the metrics that you scroll through (adjustable on the nike watch).
5. The size/fit. I have what I thought was an average size 6" female wrist, but this watch in the size SMALL fit very snugly (started noticing my hand veins a lot more). I liked how easy it was to adjust and clip into itself. However, I found myself adjusting this watch dozens of times per day depending on what I was doing - exercising, sitting, sleeping, walking. At times I was on the 2nd to last hook. It's a good thing that this has a double snap-on system, because the first snap would come undone at any given moment. I decided to try the size LARGE, which also meant getting a different color (the blue), and have been thoroughly satisfied ever since.
The large wrist strap is a little wider, has a double grip, and 3 snap-on closures. It feels so much more secure and flexible for my workouts and hasn't come unlatched at all. Not sure why they didn't invest in making secure, comfortable straps for both sizes, but I prefer the large size now.
6. The charger is unique. The watch battery lasts for several days without charging. Since it doesn't show you battery power on the main screen (scroll to "about"), it's easy to forget to charge this thing. Even so, I've been able to squeeze in an additional 2 workouts with the low battery warning. I haven't had it die mid-workout, but it did give me the battery out signal right afterwards and shut down by the time I got home. My several days = wearing all day/night with approximately 2 hours using the bluetooth music player and active workout tracking features.
7. You can export your data from my sports; however, it does not "play well with many others." I can still use my nikeplus features. However, I haven't been able to connect it with the iPhone's Apple health.
8. You can't see your workout history from the watch. It doesn't even show a summary when the workout is complete. That sucks! When I'm done working out, I pause it to look at my stats before I exit out of the activity. I do want that functionality back--be able to see your previous stats and at least seeing your workout summary.
Giving this one 4 instead of 5 stars due to the strap size and its unlatching tendency. I did so much research before purchasing this watch, that I just wanted to contribute to the discussion about its functionality and answer some of the questions I had before purchasing. I haven't had many of the difficulties other reviews mentioned, but there are some nuances to deal with/ adjust to. Hope this helps others.
12/16 update to this review: 3 stars instead of 4
5. the strap completely broken after only 7 months of use. It has taken tom-tom over a month to send the right replacement (I am still waiting).
2. HR is always lower than actual on the watch which cause an underestimation for calories burned.
4a. the indoor pacing is still horribly off, much slower than reality. I have to adjust the distance after every run. This messes you up if you are trying to keep a certain pace or run a certain distance in X amount of time. So for indoor tracking it's pretty bad.
1) Difficult to setup and use. The website is not updated to include new/specific product names and the instructions aren't either. Takes a bit to figure it out. Music VERY difficult to setup. The website instructions are not correct and when I emailed tech support, I got a "verify your question" email 24 hours later. Not helpful!
2) Functionality--can't setup multiple alarms, just one. The display separates hours and minutes which is a little disconcerting. The click function is tedious. You have to manually set an activity before doing it (i.e set to swim then set back to walk--this is also tedious, it should auto detect).
3) App-- does not give you a lot of data (you have to go to the website for some things).
I am returning the product.
However, the system for uploading music to the watch is frustrating and unintuitive. I generally listen to audiobooks while running and I am forced to start at the beginning every time. There is a workaround for this, but it is inconvenient.
Overall I like it, especially for the price.
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