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TomTom GPS Running Watches

iGPS running watches are new fitness devices that allow runners to track their travel path anywhere in the world via the GPS system. They are different to other running watches, which measure the number of steps taken by an accelerometer. Many runners are now finding GPS running watches super helpful to track their distance, speed, routes and pace and the team at TomTom have used their GPS expertise in creating their own TomTom Spark 3 fitness watch collection.

Features

You will find so many great features in TomTom GPS watches like 24/7 activity tracking, multisport mode, one button control, social sharing and a long battery life. The TomTom Spark 3 Music + Headphones and the TomTom Spark 3 Music + Cardio + Headphones watches come with an incredible storage space for up to 500 songs with Bluetooth headphones included.

Explore the Earth

You do not need to be nervous about getting lost and not finding your way back home when out exploring new trails. TomTom GPS watches have a route exploration feature that allows you to track the path you have followed and easily retrace your steps or find an alternative route back. You can also upload new routes to your TomTom Spark 3 so that you can explore different paths and places.

Heart Rate Monitoring

The TomTom Spark 3 Cardio and Spark 3 Cardio + Music + Headphones have a built in heart rate monitor so you can analyse the intensity of your workout and guide you to train efficiently. You can also see your resting heartbeat throughout the day and how it changes. You can find your perfect training programme by understanding the five heart rate zones and which energy sources you are using. TomTom offer six and twelve week training programmes on their website for you to download.

TomTom Sports Mobile App

The TomTom sports app allows you to see all of your activities in one app on your smartphone and keep track of progress and personal bests. You can also look at high level or detailed summaries about your running performance.

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