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What the community says about TomTom Touch
- "I play a lot of raquetball with my buddies and I needed a good durable watch. I found the TomTom Touch after doing a bunch of searching. I hadn't used TomTom in so long before this but this watch has a lot of great reviews so I had to check it out. It works great. It has a good fitness tracker which I love. I would highly recommend it. "
- "I didn't like the TomTom at first, but it's kind of grown on me. It doesn't have as many features as most other brand fitness bands, but it's certainly easy to use. TomTom has many years of experience working with their proprietary user interface, and they've learned a thing or two along the way. It shows on the new TomTom Touch."
- "I tried using a fitness tracker to improve my game a bit, but picking up the TomTom Touch ended up being a terrible mistake. Presumably this thing is capable of tracking fitness, but it basically never worked even out of the box. I spent more time fiddling with it than actually working out."
- "I play tennis and I'm looking for a wearable device that has features to record my progress while playing the sport. I don't see that the Tom Tom has anything specific for tennis. It looks like just a general fitness tracker. It also only has 2.5 star overall rating so it doesn't look like it is very good. I will definitely keep searching."
- "Remember the days of TomTom GPS? Now they're branching out into fitness trackers...kind of a curious jump, eh? If you're looking for the best, just go with the best in class Fitbit. Trust me, you'll be glad you bought the best right out of the gate instead of having another useless paper weight in a few years (I'm looking at you TomTom GPS). "
- "This watch had a lot of promise and I was hoping for some cool things from it but unfortunately it was made very cheaply. I had trouble getting it connected to the app and it also has a nasty habit or coming undone and slipping off my wrist. The features may sound nice but I would advise you to stay away.""I'm a stats nerd, and the TomTom Touch appeals to that side of me. I take all the data and dump it in a running spreadsheet so I can do graphs of it. The notifications from the TomTom Touch are very intuitive and the actual tracking seems accurate. If I had to nitpick, I do think it's a bit large, but that probably can't be helped.""The Tom Tom touch is a great fitness tracker that monitors all your activities and capture steps, active time, calories burned, heart rate and sleep, 24/7 activity tracking. It also functions as a heart rate monitor. this is a great product that will help you stay healthy and monitor daily activities."
- "Here is yet another fitness tracker being sold on Amazon. A large size band costs $56 and a small one costs $119. Only 69 people have rated this gadget, with 19% of them liking the product. More of the users hated this thing, with 26% giving it 1 star. The biggest complaint is that the data gathered by the gadget refuses to sync with the app.""The TomTom Touch does everything you would expect a standard band to do when it comes to tracking. It monitors steps, heart rate, sleep monitoring and it will also keep track of calories burned. The band is a little flimsy and has a tendency to fall off; obviously a problem, especially if you don't notice it happen."
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in What are the best smart bands"I have owned many fitness trackers and have lost weight at the beginning of using each one. The excitement of counting steps in the beginning motivates me to get moving. However, once I get used to hitting my goals there is nothing new to see and eventually I get bored. This watch is completely different than other watches because it monitors your fat to muscle composition and stats of your workout. It is so much fun to look back and see how your body is changing not just weight but also muscle and endurance. I would not use another fitness tracker."
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in What are the best fitness trackers"I wanted to like the TomTom Touch but mine broke in the first week I had one and apparently that pretty common. The only good thing I can say about the TomTom Touch is that their customer support is excellent, although I still really wouldn't recommend buying one."