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What the community says about TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio
- " I would actually recommend this watch. I recommend it because of the clean/comfortable look. Not too large and not heavy. Waterproof. Bluetooth's a great feature. Picks up satellites quickly. My primary issue with the watch is the lap counter and light function. They are the same button. So, if you run when it's dark outside, you have to use either the back light or the manual lap counter, you cannot use both. In addition, the lap button is so sensitive that it you are wearing anything over the watch, it will count laps every few minutes. Even very light jackets will set off this function. I have to keep the sleeve rolled up to prevent this from happening. Forget about wearing gloves over the watch. Because of the HR function, you cannot wear anything under the watch. The answer to this problem is simple, a separate, less sensitive button for the lap function."
- "I have always loved TomTom's GPS speed and accuracy. Unsurprisingly I was quite impressed with the TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio tracker. I lead a very active lifestyle and it is helpful for me to know my heart rate while I'm out hiking or jogging. I also enjoy the sleek look of this device."
- "I am always getting lost so I wanted a GPS to be with me all the time and that is how I chose my smartwatch. I picked the TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio. It has great GPS functionality! It can tell me exactly where I am at any time and how to get anywhere from there! Its screen is clear and fairly large while being easily readable. The GPS functionality can also easily work with health apps to keep track of things like how far you've traveled. It was a great purchase!"
- "This watch works, but not very well. The build of the watch is just passable in my opinion, and it seems like it's never as accurate as it should be when it comes to measuring heart rate, and other things I want to keep track of. The website made to support it is also a huge hassle to use, and made updating a slow and painful process for me."
- "There are two awful things about this watch that really kill it for the user. The first is the band that they use. It is almost certain to break within two months of daily use and that will lead you to having to buy another. The second issue is that the quantity of features is awful. While the features they have work great, there's a lack of them."
- "Although it is a whole package fitness trackers, TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio is known with it's accuracy on running. It has a great distance and calorie tracker if you give the all info about yourself and the environment. It is a little bit pricey though."
- "I am looking for an activity tracker to use when I am exercising to keep track of how I'm doing. I want to find something reliable and highly rated. The TomTom definitely isn't going to work for me. It only has a 3 1/2 star rating on Amazon, and more importantly, it is no longer available except from third party sellers. So, I'm not even sure if I can still buy one without paying a premium. I will keep looking for something a little better and that is currently on the market."
- "Before I purchased this watch, I noticed several mixed reviews, so I was a little hesitant. After 2 weeks, 10 runs and several walks, and a direct comparison (side-by-side) with Garmin Forerunner 910XT with heart monitor (which I own for more than 2 years) these are my initial impressions: 1. TomTom clearly picks up the GPS signal faster, sometimes 1 minute before Garmin (usually around 15-30s). Winner: TomTom. 2. Garmin and Tomtom give quite similar running distances with an error of 10 at least), Garmin always overestimated the distance (up to 5%). So, TomTom seems more conservative in this regard. Winner: TomTom."
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