TomTom Runner GPS Watch Available at HRWC

August 13, 2013

TomTom Runner GPS Watch is a new running GPS from the folks at TomTom and is now available at the Heart Rate Watch Company. It is the thinnest and lightest fully integrated GPS running watch on the market with a battery life of at least 8 hours in GPS mode.

Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) August 13, 2013

TomTom Runner GPS watch is new and is now available at the Heart Rate Watch Company.

"We are excited to have the TomTom Runner GPS Watch, especially for women, because it is the lightest and thinnest fully integrated GPS watch made," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company.

There is also a TomTom Multisport GPS watch for athletes that aspire to go cycling or compete in triathlon notes Squire.


TomTom Runner GPS watch is lighter and thinner than any fully integrated GPS watch with at least 8 hours of battery life. "The TomTom weighs just 1.75 ounces which is nearly a full ounce lighter than many other GPS watches and that makes a big difference, especially for running where the weight is active," says Squire.

"The watch is also very easy to use with it's single button interface, no fumbling for buttons," says Squire.


TomTom is also Bluetooth Smart compatible which means you can use Bluetooth Smart chest straps or even the Polar Bluetooth Smart stride sensor. "If you own Bluetooth Smart appliances it is nice to not have to buy etra chest straps or foot pods," says Squire.

"The TomTom GPS watches also use both the GPS and GLONASS satellite systems for greater reliability," says Squire.


"You can use the TomTom MySports website to manage your training data but it is further compatible with other training softwares, like MapMyFitness," says Squire.


The new TomTom Runner GPS is $169.99 with no chest strap or there is a model with a chest strap included it is $219.99.


"You can get the new TomTom Runner GPS watch at the Heart Rate Watch Company online or simply call us if you have questions at 866-586-7129," says Squire.

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