You can dock the watch on your desktop, or share your data with the companion iOS app over Bluetooth, although we found that transferring files was horribly slow and the app itself offered nothing more useful than placing our vital statistics beside some colorful icons.Read the full preview →
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TomTom has stepped up here. Except, perhaps, with the price: at £279 it's a lot more cash than the original. You get a lot more for the money, but with relevant competition out there already and more incoming it might be a case of wait and see rather than diving in right this second.Read the full preview →
TomTom's 2014 refresh is extremely welcome, and proves that the sat nav company is getting more serious about fitness.Read the full preview →
The old models also often struggle to quickly locate a satellite when you start a run, and our brief time with the Multi-Sport Cardio suggests this hasn’t been entirely remedied.Read the full preview →
I don`t like the pulse belt and therefore this solution was a blessing. Easy to use and easy to read. Highly recommended.Read the full review →