Tomtom Mens Gps Runner Cardio Watch With Built-In Heart Rate Monitor
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TomTom Runner Cardio - GPS Watch Tired of fussing with uncomfortable chest straps? Struggle to see the metrics on your current device's small display screen. Then look no further, you've found your perfect match with the TomTom Multi Sport Cardio GPS watch. With its extra-large display face and built in heart rate monitor, it is both stylish and functional for runners at any level. Features: Accurate heart rate monitoring through an optical sensor which measures the changes of blood flow in your skin Five intensity zones to help you train smarter and harder depending on your goals Measures paces, speed, distance and calories for both indoor and outdoor running Extra-large, durable, scratch resistant display for easy viewing Bluetooth Smart Connectivity Waterproof up to 50m, so you can run in any weather One-button control for easy navigation of menus Interval training feature Beep and vibration alerts to keep you constantly on tack Multi languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian) Up to 8 hours of battery life Track Progress via Your Favorite Running Platform Analyze and share your stats on popular running sites or apps Sync automatically with the TomTom MySports mobile app Compatible Devices: iPhone 4s or newer 2nd generation iPad or newer What's in the Box: TomTom Runner Cardio Watch Desk Dock (Charger and USB cable) User Guide
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Tom Tom Runner Cardio is just right choice for me now.
Combination of the function of device and app support are the keys for my decision and very happy about its performance.
Combination of the device function : GPS running watch with Heart Rate Monitor
Supported app : Runkeeper
Both heart rate monitor and GPS works very well for me. ( I read about many not so happy users about HRM and GPS but for me it is very good level of response and accuracy)
Back ground of selection for my criteria ( sorry for the long writing);
I started running last November and it is very late stage of my life (63 yrs old) to get into running.
Started with fitbit flex for my health conscious activity and I could lose 10 kgs.
As a next step, I was looking for means to improve performance of heart and lung because I had been walking 10 km a day but could not run a bit.
Start running using Runkeeper apps around November 2014 and injured my knee around end of December.
# After little bit of study on runners injuries, I found monitoring heart rate may help me to regulate my effort just under proper intensity.
This is the reason for heart rate monitor.
# Runkeeper is my choice of app for the running exercise, so like to have device that can be connected/supported to/by Runkeeper.
# Runkeeper support GPS of iPhone. But it is hard to check and get feed back through iPhone screen.
So I like to have GPS device so I can get rid of iPhone while I run.
# I do not want separate HRM band. High accuracy and quick response are not so important despite many expert runners expressed in their reviews.
# Activity Monitors, like Fitbit flex, was great but does not have any running coach type of programs and device functions.
These function are common to running watches, but not in activity monitors. (at least at the time I started my search)
I have been using TomTom Runner Cardio for almost a month.
It performs as I expected and, again as as a beginner , I AM VERY HAPPY about this product and purchase.
Sorry for my long writing.
I have been using it 3-4x/week since February, and am very, very pleased with it. So much so that I've modified by training strategy - I never even use the pace/mileage screens, I just use the HR function and run my normal routes. The watch shakes at me when I'm pushing too hard, or, on the rare occasion, too little!
Like the previous version, the watch interface is super easy to learn and very readable. Like the previous version, the GPS acquisition is clean and accurate. The coup de gras...the HR function is awesome.
I find the TomTom software passable - they've upgraded it so that it's much cleaner, and easy to use. It is still pretty limited in terms of functionality, though. It does integrate directly with MapMyFitness, which is far superior for analysis if you feel like paying them for that privilege (I don't.) I've used ZoneFive's SportTracks for years now, so I just import the .FIT files that the TomTom generates directly into that package, which works seamlessly and gives me all the feedback and metrics I need/want.
My one beef with the device: the band. It is a giant hassle to get the watch in and out of the very bulky band they've designed specifically for this unit. So I use the band that came with the previous generation TomTom, which is more comfortable and easy to get the watch in and out of for docking it to my PC. Fits perfectly.