TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch + Heart Rate Monitor

The TomTom Multi-Sport GPS watch + heart rate monitor lets you track, analyze and share your running, cycling and swimming metrics to help you stay motivated and reach your training goals.
  • $249.95

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  • Included Bluetooth® sensor with chest strap tracks your heart rate
  • Extra-large, durable and scratch-resistant display with high-resolution, high-contrast graphics lets you read your key training stats at a glance; view distance, time and pace
  • Navigate easily through menus with the intuitive one-button control
  • Stay focused on your activity with vibration alerts; hear beeps and feel vibrations to get milestone, lap and interval alerts, even when listening to music
  • For running, track your time, distance and pace outdoors or on a treadmill
  • When biking, the handlebar mount keeps your speed and distance in view, front-and-center; optional cadence/speed sensor (not included) measures pedal strokes
  • Track your swimming efficiency with strokes, stroke type, lengths, distance and speed, indoors and out
  • Three unique graphical training modes include Race, Goal and Zone
  • Race mode compares your current run with past performances; Goal mode helps you stay on track to achieve your goals; Zone mode helps you stay in the right training zone
  • Train anytime, anywhere with all-weather, waterproof construction, an indoor/treadmill tracker and up to 10 hours of battery life in GPS mode
  • QuickGPSFix technology helps your watch connect with GPS satellites and find your precise location quickly so you can start your activity
  • Multi-platform compatibility lets you sync, analyze and share your stats on popular running sites or apps; upload information about your runs to track against your goals
  • Light, ultra-slim design and comfortable strap fits all wrist sizes
  • TomTom Multi-Sport GPS watch + heart rate monitor comes with a desk dock, Bluetooth® heart rate monitor, chest strap and documentation


TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch + Heart Rate Monitor

Specification Description
Best use Multisport
Analog or Digital Digital
Altimeter No
Number of routes None
Number of waypoints None
Cycling functions Yes
Heart rate sensor type Chest strap
Heart rate target zone(s) Yes
Time in target zone No
Average heart rate Yes
Recovery heart rate mode No
Tracks calories burned Yes
Speed/distance Yes
Exercise log Yes
Wireless communication Yes
Average battery life (GPS) up to 10 hours/(clock only) 3 months
User replaceable battery No
Water-resistant depth 50 meters
Illumination Backlight
Date display Yes
Alarm Yes
Stopwatch No
Countdown timer No
Compass No
OS compatibility Mac, Windows
Construction Glass fiber plastic
Watch band material TPU/nylon
Face diameter 1.29 x 1.28 inches
Gender Unisex

TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch + Heart Rate Monitor

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Rated 2out of5
by fromLoved it... Until it died So glad I bought this watch from REI (but I'll get to that soon). This was the first GPS watch I owned. I wanted a watch that could track my workouts, but that I could wear everyday as my regular watch to keep time. This watch is very easy to use, intuitive, and the battery lasted about a week with daily GPS use. I definitely missed having an open swim option (and a triathlon race option), but I knew that going into it, so I didn't mind so much. What I DID mind, however, was when this thing randomly died after only six months of use. Complete failure... No display, no charge. I went to return it and try again with the same model, but REI happened to have the Suunto Ambit2 on awesome sale for about the same price as this thing. I've had the Suunto for a few months now, and it is SO MUCH better than the TomTom (and the battery lasts around a week or more!). If you can swing it, get the Suunto.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat training watch I've been using my Tomtom Multi-Sport watch for about 3 months now and I love it. It's not very accurate on a Treadmill but you can enter exact mileage manually to fix that and I don't run on a treadmill very often so not a big deal for me. However, outside is where Tomtom shines! The quick GPS-fix works great and if you pair it to your phone (or plug it in to your computer shortly before using it) then it gets the fix even faster. The display is easy to read even while running and the controls are just as easy to use with the giant button under the display. I really like how the controls are not part of the screen or little buttons on either side of the screen. The heart rate monitor is pretty accurate as far as I can tell. I've tried to compare it agains apps on my phone using another strap as well as a few apps that use the camera to sense on your finger. Goals mode is nice too, I love being able to see how close I am to finishing a goal, I do distance goals often. Bottom line, it works really well for me and I would (and have) recommended it to many people. I even just ordered the new Cardio model for my wife.
Date published: 2014-05-10
Rated 1out of5
by fromAwful Customer Service Destroys Value Customer Service Warning: I went ahead and picked up the Multisport. Though the training part has been fine, the watch refuses to connect to my phone (a feature I was quite looking forward to). Through this process, their customer service has been abysmal--calls not returned, refusal to admit there was a problem at all, etc. Finally, a month after my first call and after several weeks of emailing, they admit the watch needs replacing.... I take my time, debating if it's worth it, and finally call in to replace it only to be told I must send in my watch first before I get a new working watch. To me, this is appalling customer service: I use this watch daily for training. You already inconvenienced me with a defective watch and now you are going to make me jump through hurdles of inconvenience to fix the problems with your product. Poor customer service all around. I will continue to use my watch, syncing manually by hardwiring into my laptop. This is fine, I still get the the core functionality and the data, but I will be upgrading to a Garmin first thing next year. /rant Sorry for that, needed to vent. Get a Garmin.
Date published: 2014-03-19
Rated 2out of5
by fromThis is not the watch you're looking for After using this watch for a month, I'm very disappointed. I've found it to be unacceptably buggy and inaccurate, both on run and swim settings. It's a shame, because the design is great, the display is easy to read (even with foggy goggles), and the controls are simple and intuitive. However, I've found GPS distance to be off by as much as 15% on a measured mile trail. Pool length counting is okay, except it never counts the first length, and has occasionally refused to count lengths at all. At times, the watch displayed a certain swimming or running distance during the workout but uploaded a different distance, or zero, to the web site. Strangest of all, it consistently gets the arithmetic wrong -- four sets of 20 lengths in a 25 yd pool (2000 yards) was recorded as one mile. After I changed the setting to meters, in the hope that it would be more accurate, the watch recorded 2600 meters (according to the length counter) as 2.7 km. Another drawback for swimmers - distance is recorded as miles or km, not yards or meters, and pace is mph or kph, not minutes/100 yds or meters. I was hoping this watch could replace my Garmin Swim, which sometimes drops lengths and has a terrible display, but the Garmin is still a better choice for swimmers. On the plus side, this watch's heart rate monitor is pretty dependable, and TomTom's customer service has been very pleasant to deal with. At their suggestion, I've just reloaded the firmware, and if that improves accuracy I'll update the review.
Date published: 2013-10-10
Rated 5out of5
by fromlove it i use the tom tom daily in my training, i am a triathlete so i swim, bike, run every day and the easy of it is fantastic, it keeps track of all i workouts as well as my hart rate and when i plug it in to my computer it down loads info right on to a tracker that lets you see all of your workouts down to the stroke,step, and beat, and it keeps all your routes as well i had talked to others with other brands and after lots of research, i chose the tom tom and i am very glad i did!!!!!!
Date published: 2013-11-19

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