TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Cadence Sensor and Altimeter
|Price:||$179.99 & FREE Shipping|
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|Item Weight||1.92 ounces|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 year|
|Number of Items||1|
|Style Name||Performance Bundle|
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|Additional Features||fitness_tracker | gps|
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TomTom Multisport GPS Watch
See More. Achieve More.
See your detailed running, cycling, and swimming metrics at-a-glance.
- Track time, distance and pace on an extra-large, high resolution display.
- Achieve your goals with the help of the TomTom Graphical Training Partner.
- Navigate easily through menus with the intuitive One-Button Control.
Performance at a Glance
See your key running stats at-a-glance. View distance, run time and pace on a high-resolution and high-contrast display.
Navigate easily through menus with the intuitive One-Button Control. Get started quickly and keep moving with easy access to watch functions and your key stats.
Simply press up-down-left-right to move through menus.
Graphical Training Partner
Train more effectively with full-screen graphics.
Graphical Training Partner
- Train more effectively with full-screen graphics.
- View your training performance at-a-glance with three unique graphical training modes.
- Race yourself, challenge yourself or pace yourself to get the most out of your run.
Race yourself: Compare your current run with past performances. See in “real-time” where you are compared to your best or last run so you can continue to improve, run after run.
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.
Pace yourself: Instantly see if you are in the right training zone. Set a target for pace or heart rate* and see in a simple full screen graphic how you are tracking throughout your run.
*Heart Rate Monitor, optional accessory
Designed for Athletes
Run with a lightweight watch designed for runners. The slim design comfortably fits all wrist sizes.
Stay focused on your run with vibration alerts. Hear beeps and feel vibrations to get milestone, lap and interval alerts, even when listening to your music.
Run with a durable, scratch-resistant display. Super-tough scratch and impact-resistant display stays easy to read, run after run.
Train Anytime, Anywhere
Track your run indoors and on a treadmill. The TomTom Runner’s built-in sensors count your strides so you can monitor your pace and distance. No extra foot pod required.
Waterproof up to 165 feet (50 meters) / 5ATM
Run in all kinds of weather. The TomTom Runner is waterproof up to 165 feet (50 meters) / 5ATM and as weather-ready as you are.
Get out on your run faster. QuickGPSFix helps your watch find your precise location quickly so you can start your run.
With the latest in GPS and GLONASS satellite receiver technology, you are sure to get a fast start to your run.
Up-to 10 Hour Battery Life [GPS Mode]
Run more, recharge less, with up-to 10-hour battery life [GPS Mode].
Track Your Run, Cycle and Swim
Track your swim metrics indoors and out. See your key swimming metrics, including efficiency, strokes, stroke type, lengths, distance and speed.
Monitor your elevation while you ride. The built-in barometric altimeter* accurately tracks your elevation, accent, descent and grade.
*Selected models only
Monitor your cadence* as you ride. Measure your peddle strokes in real-time to help you perform at your best.
Mounts easily to your bike to track your speed and distance, indoors and out.
Place your watch in the best position for cycling. Use the specially-designed bike mount to help you easily see your stats at-a-glance.
Sync, analyze and share your stats on popular running sites or apps. Easily upload information about your runs to track progress against your goals.
With compatibility across a broad range of online running community platforms, you can choose where you store your statistics.
Charge and sync your watch. The Desk Dock connects to your PC or Mac easily, quickly and reliably. Connect to sensors using the latest wireless technology. The TomTom Runner uses Bluetooth Smart Technology to connect to the TomTom Heart Rate Monitor* and other compatible Bluetooth Smart accessories.
*Heart Rate Monitor Optional accessory
Bluetooth Smart Connectivity
Connect to sensors using the latest wireless technology. The TomTom Multi-Sport uses Bluetooth Smart Technology to connect to the TomTom Heart Rate Monitor*, Cadence Sensor* and other compatible Bluetooth Smart accessories.
Top Customer Reviews
What I love:
As a watch: For a multi-sport watch it is very thin and light. I have worn this to work for the past week and a half and nobody has said anything about it looking bulky. I also don't even notice it's there most of the time.
Setup: The watch setup as I mentioned before worked great, it was easy to install the software onto my system running Windows 8. The heart rate monitor synced up quickly as well as the GPS link, which in my opinion was faster than other watches.
Accuracy: Unfortunately I can only vouch for the running aspect of the accuracy, and I will explain why later, but as far as running goes I love having my pace right there on the watch as I usually run with my smartphone and it is really annoying to try and twist the smartphone around to see my current pace.Read more ›
1. Bike mode can actually use only GPS to track your ride - the Cadence/Speed sensor is an optional accessory in the Performance Bundle. If you've used the sensor before and told the watch to search for one it will do that whenever you start a Bike workout. If you only want to use GPS, it's best to turn Off Cadence Sensor from the sensor options on the watch and start the Bike workout after that. When you're back on the bike with the sensor you can always turn the option back On so you can get the best accuracy possible. You can reach this option by going Down from the clock screen -> Sensors -> Bike.
2. Swim: we've seen some people comment the watch has been very accurate with swimming and also some people that said it's a few laps off. Here's one tip that helped users get more accurate measurements: when you hit the end of the pool lane, a single forceful push off (be it flip turn or just a simple open turn) is most important. It makes it clear to the watch that you've changed directions and a new lap has started.
3. MySports: I was sorry to read you're disappointed with it at the moment. We definitely plan to show much more advanced statistics in the future. A glimpse of what's coming can be seen in DC Rainmaker's review here: http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2013/07/tomtom
Hope this helps!
If there was a way to get a refund I would do it and get something else
Getting it set up took a little work since I wanted to sync it to mapmyfitness and that was the week MMFand TomTom stopped working together, but there is a way and the syncing between them has been flawless, I called customer service and they walked me though it. You need to connect your watch to the desktop app and then add MMF through share to web options.
My biggest problem was getting the right size strap for my handle bars after the first one broke going on. There is an old (short) and new (longer) strap but Customer service came through again... after some patience and working with them FYI the large size strap for 38mm bars is 9RGO.001.00 - Golf cart mounting accessory. http://www.tomtom.com/en_us/sports/accessories/mounts-docks/trolley-mount/ (see photo of longer strap with two settings)
The GPS and Data have been accurate, even running in tree lined brownstone areas, The Heart Rate and Cadence sensor paired right away. I've had some sync issues with my Android Nexus 5 but nothing that patience can get me through. I said to my wife the other day "you know how sometimes you buy something and think why did you do that? Well I have the total opposite feeling about my Tomtom.
Regarding swim - to improve the swim accuracy, you can try the steps on this link: http://bit.ly/1hNy6Q5. Our development team is also hard at work to make get the feature to its optimal condition. As for the GPS - it sounds like your watch did not have it's QuickGPSFix updated. Please ensure that your QuickGPS is always up to date (updated every 3 days). This will drastically improve the time it takes to capture the satellites. You can update it by connecting it to your computer on MySports Connect. I hope this helps improve your experience.
I can't comment on the other issues that you have raised because I don't know if they occurred before or after you have updated the software of the watch so in case those issues are still current please reach out to our Customer Care Department again.
For other customers, if you ever encounter any issues please reach out to us via our direct line 866 486 6866 or the following page: http://bit.ly/Jn4Fjv. Our agents are available to help.
Running (GPS) - It's great. It picks up a signal fast, gives good and customizable feedback, and isn't bulky. I would, however, like to be able to virtually race against my previous runs. I believe I can only do this with pre-set times and distances thus far.
Running (Accelerometer) - I haven't gotten to try this out yet. I am glad to know that the distance can be calibrated to compensate for error.
Cycling (GPS) - This was great and probably my favorite aspect of the watch. I've had the unit mount setup on my Trek for about 2 weeks but have been running and not cycling. Yesterday I placed my unit into the mount and rode a short route. The GPS was quick and the feedback displayed was better than my current mounted computer.
Cycling (Cadence Sensor) - This I have yet to try as well. I did not buy the TomTom cadence sensor. I went with the Wahoo bluetooth and will update once I can get a few outside and trainer sessions in with it.
Swimming (Accelerometer) - This, as some other users discussed it, was ok. I love being able to swim with the device and it not bother me; however it does tend to miss a lap here and there. I swam in a meter pool, which greatly helped the setup considering the restricted units. I'm impressed, but I really want it to count my laps more accurately without having to put 'race effort' into my turns as to exaggerate them.
Heart Rate Sensor - This is a great sensor with no fit issues.Read more ›
Happy to share that today, we released a new software update, version 1.4.1 for TomTom Runner and Multi-Sport GPS Watches. This update comes with the following changes:
Training partner Race
(Run, cycle, treadmill)
Race yourself: Compare your current activity with one of your last ten performances. See in "real-time" where you are compared to that activity so that you can continue to improve, activity after activity.
(Run, cycle, swim, treadmill)
You can create your own unique schedule using time or distance, to better your performance or speed. The watch alerts you with beeps and buzzes when you need to switch to the next interval stage. Interval training is short periods of work followed by rest. The main aim is to improve speed and cardiovascular fitness.
Improved cycle mode
We now use the best available data from the Cadence & Speed Sensor and GPS.
If a data source is temporarily lost, for example in a tunnel, we use data from the other sensor if available.
Improvements and fixes
The backlight in the clock mode now responds better.
Several smaller bug fixes and performance improvements have been implemented.
What improvements and features for TomTom Runner & Multi-Sport are you working on?
We are also excited to share more information on the upcoming updates to the watch and MySports. Please visit: http://bit.ly/1fHC3qz
All the best and happy exercising!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a gift for my husband who is doing his first triathlons, he absolutely loves it!! It can slow finding the signal with satellite, but other than that great watch!Published 29 days ago by Elizabeth A Pfluger
The watch works pretty well and is fairly accurate. The app does not work well when it comes to blue tooth data transfer.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
I absolutely love this watch. The gps is fast and accurate. I have owned two of these watches. The only problem, and it is a big problem, is the failure of the button. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katie Castor
One of the reasons I bought this was for interval training. I was very disappointed to find out that it only allows 2 intervals: work and rest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by langprof
The product is great, but after one year usage, the battery is out of juice.Published 1 month ago by Adham Somantrie
I'm entering my fifth year as a triathlete who came to triathlon from running so I'm very familiar with the products currently on the market for tracking training metrics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Novia Plummer