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  • GPS and barometer capability tracks your time, pace, distance and calories burned; advanced instant GPS receiver lets you get started without waiting around for a signal
  • Mix up your runs and rides by exploring new routes and then retrace your way back to the start thanks to the new route exploration feature that displays your tracked route map
  • Carry over 500 songs without your phone thanks to 3GB of storage that keeps playlists on your wrist so you can listen to tunes wirelessly during your workout
  • Sweat- and weather-resistant TomTom Bluetooth® headphones (included) let you connect wirelessly to enjoy music or receive audio feedback on your performance
  • 24/7 activity tracking captures your heart rate, steps, active minutes and calories burned throughout the day
  • Multisport modes let you track all your workouts; run, bike, hike, swim, ski/snowboard, gym, cycling and more
  • Set daily or weekly goals using steps, calories, active minutes or distance and track your progress
  • Track your heart rate with the built-in heart rate monitor, no chest strap needed; heart rate training mode lets you dial in your training with 5 intensity-based zones
  • Sync your session wirelessly with your favorite training apps
  • Race mode lets you select one of your past performances to race against
  • Durable, scratch-resistant display and simple, one-button operation
  • Automatic sleep tracking; water resistant to 40m


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Best Use Multisport
GPS/Satellite Detectable Yes
Interval Training Yes
Tracks Steps Yes
Tracks Calories Burned Yes
Sleep Tracking Yes
HRM Included/Integrated Yes
Heart Rate Sensor Type Wrist-based
Average Heart Rate Yes
Heart Rate Target Zone(s) Yes
Pool Lap Recognition Yes
Water-Resistant Depth 40 meters
Compass Yes
Visual Map Display Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Time Display Yes
Average Battery Life GPS-enabled: 10 hours; Hiking mode: 24 hours
Gender Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits the Bill! This is a perfect device for navigation ie. Trail Running, Cycling, Running, Mt. Biking. Along with it that, it also allows for Bluetooth connectivity to any speaker or headphones, if nature itself isn't awesome enough. I have used the headphones for gym workouts and it is nice to have this option. I was trying to replace a Motorola Motoactv that I bought in 2012. I am not one to have to have phone notifications pushed to my wrist and so therefore this is not considered a smartwatch. My personal preference is to get outside and be disconnected. In reference to how the GPS works- Its great and does not take much time to connect to satellites. I have yet to go Snowboarding or Skiing with this device.......yet. I'll try to update that when I do. I also love that the TomTom allows for automatic upload/sync with third party apps like Endomondo, Strava, Map My Fitness & others.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More useful than I expected I compared this to the newer Garmins which have more capability. But, they are too expensive at $700-$1000, not sure how well a postage stamp size map would work, and really look like a thief magnet for some of the places I travel. I am happy with this which I bought for the heart rate monitor and bread crumb trail. And got music thru bluetooth as a bonus. All of which work very well. I checked the HR against a chest strap and a Kardia EKG and it was within 1-2 BPM. Glad to be rid of the chest strap. The watch is light and comfortable. The GPS syncs as fast as my phone or Garmin GPS. Battery does not drain overly fast, although I was used to the Casio Pathfinder which kept going for over 6 years with zero attention. Recharging every few days will take a little getting used to but I got a Samsung USB to USB Power Sharing cable so I can charge the watch and bluetooth headphones from my phone. I upgraded my Galaxy to the Power Bear 3X battery and put a 200GB SD in so I have ALL my music, world-wide offline GPS maps, and full offline Wikipedia. I have T-mobile so I have unlimited (but slow) data internationally. So with my Galaxy, Garmin GPS, Kindle, Tom Tom Watch, and bluetooth earphones, I guess I am ready. Still sounds like a lot of stuff to lug around especially if I throw in the solar panel. BTW, I hike not jog or bike in usually urban areas - no deep woods - so I always have a daypack with medicals and such. I would have given 5 stars except for the following: - Does not show GPS coord, so it will not tell you where you are - Had to get the Adventurer to get the 24 hours GPS tracking. +$100 but I got music - Funny custom charger instead of micro USB - With 4 buttons takes a while to figure how to get around the features - You really need to download and read the whole users manual - Requires another Tom Tom package to download trails, looks complicated - Wish it had world time or at least 2 time zones Overall I would recommend this watch. Save $100 if you don't need music or 24 hour GPS and get the cheaper one.
Date published: 2017-01-28
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Can you swim and paddle with this?

Asked by: MRmom
You can use the watch swimming and paddling. The heart rate monitor does not measure heart rate while swimming.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15
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