We got our hands on the latest training tool from TomTom to hit the market. The watch is currently under testing and there will be a full low down which will feature in the December issue of the magazine, but in the meantime if you’re on the lookout for a new device, here is what both the TomTom Runner and the TomTom Multi-Sport has to offer:
Ultra-Slim Design: At just 11.5mm, the slim design of the watch module, comfortably fits and all wrist sizes
Indoor Tracker: Accurately track indoor runs using built-in sensors to count strides, so that users can monitor pace and distance even while running on a treadmill.
Quick GPSFix: Get started faster by using the latest in GPS and GLONASS satellite technology to quickly find their precise location.
Desktop Multi-Platform compatibility: Sync, analyse and share stats on popular running sites and community platforms, including the TomTom MySports website, MapMyFitness, RunKeeper and TrainingPeaks.
Super-Tough Display: Scratch- and impact-resistant glass stays easy-to-read, workout after workout.
Weather- and Waterproof: Waterproof up to 50 metres/5ATM
Long-lasting battery: Up to 10-hour battery life (GPS Mode)
Heart Rate monitor: Use the Bluetooth® Smart Heart Rate Monitor to track training zone for weight control, performance or speed.
The December issue of Runner's World goes on sale at the end of October.