TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio Watch

Apr 18, 2014

Category: Tech

For the legitimate runners (the ones who don’t stop at Wendy’s on the way back), there’s always a risk of getting lost when running in a new city. The lightweight and slim TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio watch solves that problem – along with several others – by featuring built-in GPS navigation.

The GPS also can be used to track your workouts and plan training routes, with real-time updates on all your vital stats like distance, stride length, and calories burned. The sizable watch face features a durable 1.37-inch screen with a touch-sensitive strip that activates a backlight. The integrated heart rate monitor will keep you updated on that ticker in your chest, while TomTom’s One-Button Control lets you swiftly work your way through the menus. [Purchase]

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