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Item # TMT000N

Multi-Sport Tracking.

Designed to provide immediate feedback, the TomTom Spark 3 GPS Fitness Watch is an activity tracker watch that helps you run, bike, hike, or swim smarter. The black and white LED screen offers an easy-to-read display in both bright outdoor environments and indoor gyms with dim lighting. Its 24/7 activity tracking captures your heart rate, steps, active minutes, and calories burned throughout the day. GPS tracking records time, distance, speed, pace, and routes to give you live stats on the go, no matter what you're doing. And, thanks to the route exploration feature, you're able to explore and navigate new trails. This allows you to a little variety to your workout without worrying about finding your way back to where you started.

In addition to monitoring important exercise statistics and your day-to-day activities, the Spark 3 also functions as a training device to help you push your limits and attain those personal bests you've been working towards. A race mode allows you to select one of your past workouts to race against, while interval training provides custom work-rest sessions. Wireless syncing lets you share information with your favorite workout apps, without having to plug in your watch. Social sharing allows you to share your workouts online and celebrate your success with friends. To round out its features, this watch also includes automatic sleep tracking so you can know if you're getting the sleep you need.

Not to mention, the Spark 3 features an intuitive one-button control that lets you easily navigate menus and features. A long battery life lasts up to 11 hours when using the GPS. And the watch's slim design ensures its work appropriate and barely noticeable, and the interchangeable bands let you customize your look. This watch comes bundled with a charging cable and user guide. Please note that the Spark 3 comes in two strap sizes, see recommended wrist size for each respective strap in the tech specs below.

  • Train smarter with this multi-sport and activity tracking watch
  • Built-in GPS tracking records time, distance, speed, and routes
  • Multi-sport mode: running, cycling, swimming, indoor fitness
  • Activity tracking captures heart rate, steps, and calories burned
  • Training modes: route exploration, race, and interval training
  • Sync your watch wirelessly with your favorite workout apps
  • Social sharing lets you share your workouts online
  • Long battery life lasts up to 11 hours while using GPS

Tech Specs

Movement:
digital
Pedometer:
yes
Odometer:
yes
Backlight:
yes
Submersible:
yes, 5 ATM
Battery Life:
3 weeks
Includes:
charging cable, user guide
Face Size:
24 mm
Claimed Weight:
1.7 oz
Recommended Use:
fitness, running, cycling, swimming
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited

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Not user-friendly, doesn't do the job.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Getting to the point where I could even use this watch was painful due to its horrible supporting website and app (which you HAVE to register with before you can use the thing). *deleted snarky commend about website*. Multiple emails and calls to customer support finally resolved it. And THEN, it doesn't even work properly when swimming (which is why I got it, for the swim functionality). It registered less than half the yardage of the people I was swimming with, all of whom were using Garmins. To be fair, this is a common problem with trackers -- I had been borrowing my husband's old Garmin, which makes no claim to be useful for swimming, and had to stick it in my cap to keep it at the surface of the water and in contact with the satellite. But this one has a swim function, so you'd presume it could handle being 30 inches underwater. Now that I've checked the user forums, it looks like I'm not alone -- basically, this thing simply doesn't work for tracking swimming. If you're not interested in that, you may be fine with this watch. Me, I wish I'd spent the money on a Garmin.

No HRM

    The review above says this has a heart rate monitor, which is why I bought it. It does NOT have a built-in HRM.