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Klicka p denna ruta fr att ladda ner den klient som krvs och ptala i samtalet att ni har klienten installerad.Heads up 8211 Feb 5th, 2017: Ada banyak muatan penjualan yang terjadi saat ini untuk Garmin, Fitbit, GoPro, Scosche, dan TomTom . Ini pasti layak dilihat jika Anda berada di pasar untuk pelacak aktivitas (GarminFitbitTomTom), atau jam GPS (Garmin, TomTom dengan pilihan musik juga), atau kamera tindakan (GoPro). Plus tentu saja sensor optik optik Scosche (dual ANTBluetooth Smart). Rincian lengkap disini di posting ini. Nikmati TomTom Cardio Runner amp Multisport dengan Detil Jantung Optik di Kedalaman Review 2 April 2014 bantingan Oleh Ray Maker Today TomTom telah mengumumkan dua versi baru jam tangan GPS TomTom mereka. Tambahan baru ini menambahkan pemantauan detak jantung optik langsung ke bagian belakang jam tangan TomTom Runner dan Multisport GPS. Garis baru yang disebut Cardio menggunakan teknologi sensor Mio yang terkenal untuk mengukur detak jantung Anda secara langsung di pergelangan tangan Anda, dan melakukannya dalam bentuk yang tahan terhadap 50-meter. Ive telah menggunakan unit sekarang pada sejumlah wahana dan berjalan, dan dengan demikian memiliki pemahaman yang sangat kuat tentang seberapa baik mereka menyelesaikan integrasi. Yang, benar-benar apa ini. Ini pada dasarnya mengambil TomTom Runner (atau unit Multisport) yang ada, dan memasukkan sensor optik Mio di bagian belakang untuk mengukur detak jantung dan menambahkan beberapa layar informasi spesifik tingkat-jantung. Di luar itu, pada dasarnya identik dengan unit yang ada. Tentu saja, penambahan sensor optik adalah hal yang cukup besar. Karena saya ingin menjadi transparan tentang ulasan saya TomTom mengirimi saya versi produksi akhir dari unit TomTom Multisport. Begitu saya selesai di sini, saya akan mengirimkannya kembali ke mereka di Amsterdam dan kemudian pergi keluar dan membelinya sendiri (untuk bisa mendukung kalian di bagian komentar di jalan). Sederhana seperti itu. Bermacam-macam seperti hiking di padang gurun hanya meninggalkan jejak kaki. Jika Anda menemukan ulasan saya berguna, Anda dapat menggunakan tautan Pelatihan Amazon atau Clever manapun dari halaman ini untuk membantu mendukung ulasan masa depan. Terakhir, di penghujung hari ingatlah aku sama seperti triatlon reguler lainnya di luar sana. Saya menulis ulasan ini karena saya secara inheren adalah orang yang penasaran dengan latar belakang teknologi (pekerjaan saya), dan dengan demikian saya mencoba dan selengkap mungkin. Tapi, jika saya melewatkan sesuatu atau jika Anda melihat sesuatu yang tidak bagus, beri tahu saya dan saya akan senang menyelesaikan semuanya. Selain itu, karena dunia teknologi terus berubah, saya mencoba dan kembali dan memperbarui ulasan ini karena fitur dan fungsionalitas baru ditambahkan atau jika bug diperbaiki. Jadi dengan intro itu, mari masuk ke hal-hal. Unboxing and contents: Seperti yang sering terjadi pada unit sebelumnya, saya sebenarnya belum memiliki kotak produksi penuh untuk membuka kotak untuk Anda. Namun saya memiliki unit produksi penuh, dengan firmware produksi. Justnot the boxyet. Meski begitu, segera setelah saya menambahkannya dengan cepat, masuklah. Inti isi sebenarnya agak sederhana dan lurus ke depan. Terdiri dari tiga hal: The pod penjaga, tali, dan kabel chargingsync: polong hampir identik dalam ukuran dan bentuk ke polong sebelumnya (lebih dari itu dalam satu menit), dan sepenuhnya kompatibel dengan tali sebelumnya. Perbedaan utamanya meski adalah bagian belakang, yang sekarang berisi sensor optik. Sensor ini akan membaca detak jantung Anda melalui pergelangan tangan Anda, dengan menggunakan sensor cahaya optik untuk melihat ke dalam kapiler Anda dan kemudian membaca detak jantung Anda, yang biasanya dikirimkan kepada Anda dalam detak per menit (BPM). Selanjutnya, adalah tali pengikat. Merah terang dan putih wont mudah hilang. Dan, untungnya mereka telah men-tweak band ini sedikit demi sedikit untuk memperbaiki satu masalah yang saya dan orang lain miliki dengan edisi sebelumnya: Ini terjatuh dan menyentuh tanah. Ada juga tali hitam dari tali juga: Tali baru ini memiliki sedikit karet di sekitar tepi, sehingga agak sulit menarik polong tanpa sengaja (atau bahkan sesuai tujuan). Saya menduga karet tambahan sebenarnya dual purpose. Pertama adalah mengurangi insiden polong yang membentur beton saat melepas arloji. Namun yang lebih penting lagi adalah karena karet merayap bertindak sebagai penghalang cahaya. Cahaya adalah musuh jahat dari sensor optik. Jika cahaya masuk, itu akan mengurangi akurasi. Sekedar jelas, saya sudah menguji polong tua di tali baru, dan hasilnya bagus. Dan, untuk bersenang-senang, Anda juga bisa menempatkan polong baru di tali tua (tidak yakin mengapa Anda menginginkannya, tapi Anda bisa). Menambahkan tali dengan polong dan menyalakannya, Heres bagaimana semuanya terlihat: Akhirnya, kami memasang kabel pengisian USB. Ini digunakan untuk mengisi kedua unit sekaligus melakukan sinkronisasi aktivitas melalui komputer Anda (PC atau Mac). Kabelnya identik dengan kabel yang ada, dan bekerja dengan unit baru dan lama sama. Perhatikan bahwa Anda juga dapat menggunakan telepon Anda untuk menyinkronkan aktivitas, yang akan ditutup sedikit di kemudian hari. Perhatikan bahwa unit tidak menghitung sebagai perangkat penyimpan massal USB standar (seperti thumb drive), jadi jika Anda menjalankan sistem operasi komputer di luar WindowsMac, itu tidak akan muncul. Ukuran Perbandingan dan Berat: Seperti yang akan Anda lihat segera, varian TomTom Cardio dari Runner dan Multisport identik dengan versi non-cardio. Dan, kedua unit Runner dan Multisport Cardio identik secara visual satu sama lain. Tapi pertama, lihatlah bagaimana membandingkannya dengan unit lain di ranah lari dan triathlon. Saya mencoba memasukkan sebanyak mungkin unit kompetitif ke dalam gambar yang sama, termasuk yang bersaing dengan edisi Runner dan Multisport. Dari kiri ke kanan (Garmin Fenix2, Adidas Smart Run GPS, TomTom Cardio, Polar V800, Soleus Pulse, Suunto Ambit2 R (2S identik), Timex Run Trainer 2.0, TomTom RunnerMultisport (non-cardio), Garmin FR620, Garmin FR220. Kedalaman bijaksana Anda dapat melihat bahwa TomTom adalah salah satu skinner jam tangan. Namun, perlu diketahui bahwa ia memiliki potongan plastik melengkung yang mencuat di bagian bawah tempat tombolnya berada. Akhirnya, Heres sedikit melihat lebih dekat TomTom dan beberapa unit akhir yang lebih tinggi. Seperti yang saya catat sebelumnya, perbedaan antara unit TomTom sebelumnya dan Cardio baru hampir secara fisik tidak dapat dibedakan. Di bawah ini, Anda dapat melihat keduanya dari depan (mengabaikan layar, saya memiliki unit yang lebih tua yang tidak diperbarui dengan pilihan telepon). Di bawah ini, Anda bisa melihat bagian belakang unit yang sama. Dalam kasus ini, satu-satunya perbedaan fisik adalah bahwa unit Cardio baru memiliki sensor optik, dibandingkan dengan sandaran solid unit lainnya. Jadi bagaimana hal itu mempengaruhi berat badan Nah, sepertinya tidak terlalu banyak. Pertama, mari kita mulai dengan berat penuh termasuk strap yang baru dirancang 63g: Jika Anda membandingkannya dengan unit sebelumnya dengan tali semacam itu, Anda akan melihat peningkatan 10g. Kecuali, itu tidak benar-benar menceritakan keseluruhan cerita. Sebagai gantinya, periksa bagian pod yang sebenarnya. Di bawah ini, adalah Cardio di 32g: Dan kemudian, kartu non-cardio di 31 g: Dengan kata lain, semua benar-benar turun ke tali pengikat menambahkan berat. Tapi saya tidak menemukan berat badan yang berlebihan, dan tentu saja jauh lebih sedikit daripada kebanyakan jam tangan multisport lainnya di pasar (sebagian besar ulasan saya memiliki bobot di dalamnya). Menjalankan Outdoor: Jam tangan TomTom benar-benar jam tangan pelari, yang terjadi pada sepeda dan berenang di sampingnya. Jadi dalam banyak hal, saya menemukan bahwa yang terbaik sementara Im berjalan. Untuk memulai sebuah kegiatan, selami dengan baik ke dalam menu dengan menggunakan tombol di bawah layar. Tombol ini berfungsi seperti joystick kecil untuk mengontrol unit. Layarnya sendiri bisa disadap di sepanjang tepian kanan untuk menyalakan lampu, sekaligus membuat lap dalam situasi tertentu. Setelah selesai berjalan dengan baik maju dan tunggu unit untuk mendapatkan satelit dan menginisialisasi sensor optik. Tidak butuh waktu lama. Unit TomTom akan melakukan pra-cache informasi satelit setiap kali Anda menghubungkannya ke komputer Anda. Dengan melakukan hal tersebut, ia mengetahui lokasi satelit dan hanya bisa memilih satelit pickup dalam beberapa detik saja. Pengujian saya telah menemukan bahwa saya jarang menunggu lebih dari beberapa detik (secara harfiah, beberapa, seperti 3-7 detik). Sensor optik umumnya juga cukup cepat, menemukan HR saya di bawah sekitar 10 detik. Meski terkadang terasa perlu sedikit lebih lama (ke atas 20-30 detik) untuk menemukan SDM dan mulai menampilkannya. Setelah itu siap, tekan dengan baik ke kanan untuk memulai berlari. Seperti yang kita lakukan, unit akan segera mulai merekam data dan menampilkan metrik yang telah dipilih. Unit akan selalu menampilkan dua metrik di atas (dikenal sebagai kiri dan kanan), serta satu metrik di bawah pada layar utama. Anda dapat menekan updown untuk mengubah metrik layar utama, dan Anda dapat menyesuaikan metrik kanan kiri dalam pengaturan. Sebagai contoh, heres the current pace: Dan heres jarak pangkuan saya di layar utama, yang dalam hal ini sama dengan jarak utama saya (ditunjukkan di kiri atas): Atau detak jantung saya dalam denyut per menit: Saya kemudian bisa menekan ke kanan. Untuk memicu beberapa fitur latihan detak jantung. Ini termasuk kemampuan untuk melihat secara visual di mana saya menghabiskan waktu dengan zona waktu saya, serta grafik denyut jantung dari aktivitas kecil terakhir: Ketika sampai pada pemutusan data, Anda dapat menggunakan fungsi putaran, yaitu Ditemukan di menu pelatihan. Fungsi putaran memungkinkan Anda mengetuk layar dan membuat putaran kapan pun Anda mau. Ini akan memberi Anda jumlah putaran dan kecepatan rata-rata untuk putaran itu: Ini kemudian juga memungkinkan bidang data lap seperti waktu putaran dan jarak tempuh, yang akan ditunjukkan selama aktivitas berlangsung. Dalam lap Anda dapat mengaturnya secara manual (seperti yang saya lakukan saat menjalankan latihan kustom), atau Anda dapat memilikinya secara otomatis dibuat berdasarkan jarak (seperti yang saya lakukan dalam perjalanan panjang saya, setiap 1 mil), atau berdasarkan waktu (seperti Setiap 10 menit). Perhatikan bahwa TomTom menempatkan fungsi putaran sebagai pilihan Pelatihan, yang berarti tidak sesuai dengan pilihan pelatihan lainnya, seperti tujuan, interval, kecepatan, lomba atau pelatihan zona, yang kemudian dijelaskan selanjutnya. Dalam kasus tujuan, Anda dapat menetapkan tujuan akhir negara yang telah ditetapkan seperti 10KM atau 60 menit untuk dijalankan. Bila Anda melakukannya, unit akan menampilkan diagram lingkaran (seperti Pacman) kemajuan Anda menuju tujuan itu: Sepanjang jalan Anda akan diberitahu pada 50, 75, dan 90 dari tujuan Anda. Tujuan dapat didefinisikan berdasarkan kalori, waktu, atau jarak. Selanjutnya, ada kemampuan untuk melatih menuju suatu zona. Ini memungkinkan Anda menentukan target latihan, menggunakan kecepatan atau SDM. Jika Anda memilih kecepatan, Anda dapat memilih rentang kecepatan tertentu. Saya menyukai penerapan ini, karena mengenali fakta bahwa GPS yang hampir tidak mungkin untuk mempercepat Anda mencapai 7: 35mile. Sebaliknya, jauh lebih mudah untuk menahan Anda di antara 7: 30mile - 20 detik. Selanjutnya ada fungsi interval. TomTom telah membuat beberapa kemajuan yang solid di sini pada tahun lalu, menerapkan fungsi interval yang cukup solid pada unit ini. Dalam hal ini Anda dapat menentukan pemanasan (timedistance), periode kerja (timedistance), periode istirahat (timedistance), dan periode pendinginan (time-time). Kemudian, Anda hanya akan menentukan jumlah repetisi, dan itu akan memandu Anda melalui latihan: Namun, ingatlah bahwa tidak ada metode untuk menentukan target yaitu 7: 30mile atau HR Zone untuk bagian latihan apa pun, jadi Anda harus ingat apa itu . Meskipun saya kira kebanyakan orang pada umumnya mengetahui tingkat nyeri yang ditentukan dari latihan yang cukup baik. Tapi itu berarti Anda tidak akan mendapatkan semacam peringatan atau mondar-mandir baik. Sekarang, karena Anda menjalankan mode apa pun, Anda dapat menghentikan sementara latihan setiap saat dengan menahan tombol kiri ke bawah selama 3 detik. Hal ini memastikan bahwa penekanan tombol tidak disengaja tidak memicu jeda sesaat dan kemudian mengakhiri latihan. Namun jika Anda menginginkannya, Anda dapat mematikan pengaturan Kunci dalam pengaturan unit. Akhirnya, untuk mengakhiri latihan sepenuhnya (dan dengan demikian secara otomatis menyimpannya), Anda akan terus maju dan ulangi prosedur yang sama dari layar yang dijeda, tahan tiga detik lagi. Dalam melihat keakuratan antara unit, saya melihatnya tampil dalam 1 dari GPS lain yang saya gunakan saat itu. Sebagai contoh, di bawah, TomTom mengukur 8.03Mi, sedangkan Fenix2 berukuran 8,05Mi. Atau di sini, TomTom mengukur 20.75mi, sedangkan Fenix2 berukuran 20.83mi. Baik dalam jangkauan perangkat GPS konsumen untuk perbedaan akurasi. Menjalankan IndoorsTreadmill: Selanjutnya, perhatikan kemampuan treadmill. TomTom menggunakan accelerometer internal untuk mengukur kecepatan dan jarak di dalam ruangan tanpa menggunakan GPS. Hal ini dilakukan dengan mengevaluasi arm swing dan irama untuk menentukan kecepatan. TomTom adalah salah satu perusahaan besar pertama yang mengenalkannya pada unit mereka setahun yang lalu, jadi saya penasaran melihat bagaimana perkembangannya sejak saat itu. Terakhir kali saya melihatnya saat peluncuran, umumnya tidak bekerja dengan baik untuk saya. Modus treadmill adalah mode standalone terpisah yang hanya memungkinkan sensor optik optik dan accelerometer untuk mengukur mondar-mandir. Perhatikan bahwa Anda akan mendapatkan sebagian besar pilihan pelatihan yang sama seperti pada mode berjalan di luar ruangan sehingga Anda tetap dapat melakukan fungsi seperti putaran selingan. Begitu Anda memulainya, itll segera mulai merekam pacedistance seperti mode lainnya. Namun, setelah menyelesaikan latihan treadmill, ini akan memberi Anda kesempatan untuk mengkalibrasi unit. Jadi saya memulai dengan jangka pendek untuk mengkalibrasi sesuatu. Menariknya, di luar kotak itu hanya, 01KM jauh dari apa yang baru saja saya jalani. Semua yang Anda lakukan di menu kalibrasi cukup masukkan dalam jarak sebenarnya yang Anda jalankan, dan kemudian sesuaikan file tersebut: Seperti yang sering saya lakukan untuk tes ini, saya merasa paling mudah untuk hanya berjalan melalui langkah tangga langkah pada pekerjaan yg membosankan. Saya memulai dengan kecepatan lebih lambat dari biasanya, kemudian melakukan iterasi setiap menit sampai kecepatan yang jauh lebih cepat daripada kecepatan jangka panjang saya yang biasa. Dalam kasus ini, saya pergi dengan 10KPH (sekitar 6MPH) sampai 17KPH (10.5MPH). Saya menggunakan KPHMPH hanya karena itulah yang ditawarkan treadmill hotel saya kepada saya. Heres hasilnya di bawah ini. Dalam kasus saya, jarak sebenarnya di treadmill adalah 2.03KM, bukan 1.85KM. Sekarang, triknya sebenarnya bisa melihat data di bagan kecil kecil yang mereka berikan kepada Anda. Its benar-benar sulit untuk melihat di sana, jadi saya harus memperbesar dan mencari tahu di mana hal-hal yang baik dan di mana hal-hal yang buruk, satu bagian kecil pada satu waktu dengan melayang di atas garis dan mencocokkannya dengan langkah saya yang dikenal untuk setiap menit . Dengan berbuat demikian, saya menemukan bahwa meskipun saya berada di atas treadmill pada suhu 17KPH, unit tersebut mengira saya berada di urutan ke-12.8KPH. Yang aneh juga adalah bahwa untuk menit terakhir saya benar-benar turun kembali ke 12KPH (dari 17KPH). Yang, Anda dapat melihat isnt tercermin sama sekali dalam grafik. Intinya, mengubah kecepatan saya tidak berpengaruh pada hal itu. Jadi, untuk bersenang-senang, saya mencoba lari lagi di treadmill treadmill yang berbeda tidak kurang. Bukan berarti itu penting, tubuh saya sangat jelas saat saya berlari hampir dua kali lebih cepat dalam satu bagian seperti yang lainnya. Dalam kasus ini, saya melakukan bagian pertama latihan di pergelangan tangan kiri saya, dan paruh kedua di pergelangan tangan kanan saya. Mengulangi sebuah piramid 4-5minute disingkat untuk setiap bagian. Seperti apa bentuknya dari sudut pandang treadmill: Dan dari perspektif TomToms, garis datar lainnya, sama seperti yang pertama kali. Intinya, yang terbaik yang bisa saya katakan, unit dan saya hanya memiliki satu kecepatan dasar. Ketika saya mempercepat, itu tidak benar-benar melakukan apapun (sebenarnya, akhirnya dikatakan bahwa saya telah melambat). Ketika saya melambat secara signifikan, ini sedikit mengubah kecepatan saya, tapi hanya sekitar 10 yang sebenarnya. Pada akhirnya, ini adalah perilaku serupa dengan apa yang saya lihat tahun lalu. Pada saat itu, mereka adalah orang pertama yang mencoba deteksi kecepatan berbasis pergelangan tangan di jam tangan GPS utama (Bryton pernah melakukannya sebelumnya, seperti beberapa jam tangan non-GPS lainnya). Sejak saat itu, yang lainnya bergabung dengan mereka, termasuk Garmin, Suunto dan Polar. Sementara juri berada di luar di Polars mencoba untuk sedikit lebih lama, dalam pengujian Garmin terbaru saya menonton Fenix2, itu cukup banyak dipaku dalam ruangan saya berjalan berdasarkan murni pada deteksi pergelangan tangan. Dan Suunto juga ada di belakangnya. Dalam mendiskusikannya dengan TomTom, mereka mengerjakan pembaruan untuk Q2 yang mereka percaya harus memperbaiki banyak masalah treadmill yang saya lihat, dan harus memberikan kecepatan yang tepat. (Bagian ini hanya berlaku untuk edisi Cardio Multisport) Varietas TomTom Multisport Cardio mendukung mode bersepeda, yang memungkinkan Anda memiliki mode bersepeda khusus. Dalam mode ini Anda dapat mengkonfigurasi layar tampilan yang sedikit berbeda, sementara juga terhubung ke sensor speedcadence bersepeda. Selanjutnya, jika Anda membeli edisi Performance Bundle, Anda juga akan mendapatkan altimeter barometrik. Perhatikan ini adalah perubahan hardware fisik, dan dengan demikian, adalah unit fisik yang terpisah dan bukan sekedar update firmware sederhana. Dalam banyak hal, mode bersepeda bekerja sangat mirip dengan mode yang sedang berjalan. Perbedaan utamanya adalah metrik defaultnya adalah Speed ​​(yaitu MPH amp KPH) versus Pace. Dalam mode bersepeda Anda juga dapat terhubung ke sensor combo Smart SpeedCadence Bluetooth. Hal ini memungkinkan dua skenario. Pertama adalah Anda bisa mendapatkan irama (baik di dalam maupun di luar ruangan). Yang kedua adalah Anda bisa mendapatkan kecepatan di dalam ruangan pada pelatih, dan juga di luar rumah dalam skenario dimana GPS mungkin tidak akurat (yaitu sebuah terowongan, atau bersepeda gunung di tutup pohon yang berat dengan banyak switchbacks). Sekarang, Anda akan ingin untuk menyadari bahwa sensor speedcadence perlu dikonfigurasi secara manual dengan ukuran roda Anda. Jika Anda tidak melakukan ini, Anda akan mendapatkan jarak yang tidak akurat. Yang juga diperhatikan bahwa yang saya temukan adalah bahwa kecepatan nilai speed sensor akan menimpa GPS. Jadi, jika Anda kebetulan memiliki magnet jatuh dari keselarasan dengan sensor, Anda akan mendapatkan nilai speeddistance nol (sudah ada, lakukan itu). Ini sedikit berbeda dari unit lain yang ada di pasaran yang akan melihat situasi di mana nilai sensor GPS atau kecepatan sama dengan 0, dan gunakan sumber kecepatan lainnya. Selain data kecepatan, Anda bisa mendapatkan data irama, yang bisa ditambahkan sebagai bidang data ke unit itu sendiri. Selanjutnya, data tersebut akan direkam untuk dilihat nanti: Selain sensor speedcadence Anda juga dapat me-mount unit ke setang Anda menggunakan kit sepeda. Ini mudah diikat menggunakan sistem jenis karet gelang, dan dengan aman menahan unit pada tempatnya. Sekarang, masalah yang jelas di sini adalah bahwa dengan melakukan hal itu, tidak lagi mengukur detak jantung melalui pergelangan tangan Anda secara optik. Jadi, Anda memerlukan tali detak jantung Bluetooth Smart jika Anda ingin mengumpulkan data SDM. Unit TomTom memang mendukung koneksi ke tali eksternal melalui menu sensor. Dalam kasus saya, saya hanya menyimpan unit di pergelangan tangan saya sehingga saya bisa mengumpulkan data SDM saat bersepeda. Saya juga memasangkannya ke sensor speedcadence. Tinggal di Paris, banyak jalan memiliki batu-batuan. Its terkenal bahwa getaran dan benjolan berulang menyebabkan masalah dengan sensor optik (serta akselerometer pada aplikasi lain), dan dengan demikian, itu adalah tempat yang tepat untuk menguji validitas data SDM saat berkuda. Namun, alih-alih menutupi dengan tepat bagaimana tes itu berakhir, saya telah memasukkan semua data uji perbandingan saya nanti di bagian akurasi. Selanjutnya, saya melihat data elevasi pada salah satu wahana saya satu-satunya jalan dengan sebuah bukit besar di dalamnya. Dalam kasus ini, saya menyelesaikan hubungan yang hampir sama dan mundur dengan puncak bukit menjadi titik balik saya. Sekarang hampir identik hanya karena kenyataan jalan satu arah yang membatasi pilihan saya. Tapi perbedaan ketinggian antara rute yang sedikit berbeda untuk beberapa blok sangat minim. Di bawah ini, Anda bisa melihat grafik yang saya buat. Kecuali, Heres hal dalam kasus saya, saya menggunakan bundel non-kinerja, dan dengan demikian, data elevasi yang ditampilkan di situs sebenarnya dari server berdasarkan rute GPS saya, daripada dicatat oleh unit itu sendiri. Hal ini juga berlaku untuk pelari. Akhirnya, hanya unit Performance Bundle yang mencakup altimeter barometrik, dan bukan merupakan salah satu unit yang saya berikan untuk diuji. Di unit itu, Anda dapat menambahkan data field Ketinggian ke dalam daftar bidang data yang ditunjukkan pada jam dalam mode bersepeda. Di jalan, mereka akan mengaktifkannya dalam mode berjalan juga dalam pembaruan perangkat lunak. Akhirnya, perlu dicatat bahwa sementara unit Multisport gagal dalam kecepatan bersepeda, Anda benar-benar dapat menggunakan TomTom Runner Cardio dalam mode berjalan dan mengubah metrik menjadi kecepatan dan bukan kecepatan. Ini akan memberi label pada latihan Anda saat Berjalan di TomTom MySports, namun pada akhirnya jika Anda mengekspor ke situs pihak ketiga lainnya, Anda dapat dengan mudah mengubah jenis aktivitas yang akan ditunggangi. (Bagian ini hanya berlaku untuk edisi Cardio Multisport) TomTom Cardio Multisport mencakup kemampuan untuk menangkap metrik berenang saat berada di kolam renang. Ini termasuk jarak (yaitu 2.100 yardsmeters), stroke, waktu, dan SWOLF. Itu tidak termasuk detak jantung saat berenang. Sekali lagi, biarkan saya menjadi sangat jelas seperti berdiri hari ini, TomTom Cardio Multisport TIDAK menangkap detak jantung saat berada dalam mode berenang. Saat ini, ini berfokus pada metrik metrik kolam renang standar. Dalam mode ini Anda akan memulai dengan memilih ukuran kolam Anda. Unit ini memungkinkan Anda memasukkan ukuran dari 15ym ke 50ym. Whats agak mengganggu meskipun adalah bahwa hal itu tidak memungkinkan Anda untuk seluruh baik kolam meter atau kolam meter. Sebaliknya, Anda harus kembali ke pengaturan Anda dan mengubah segalanya ke meter atau meter. Mengingat banyak perenang, terutama di AS, akan bergantian antara kolam renang 25y dan 50m tergantung pada ketersediaannya, agak menyebalkan ini masih menjadi masalah hampir setahun kemudian. Hal ini juga tidak memungkinkan Anda untuk memasuki sebagian meter (seperti renang 33,3M aku berenang di). (Update: They8217ve merilis sebuah perbaikan untuk mengaktifkan ini). Bagaimanapun, ukurannya akan disimpan, tapi Anda harus ingat untuk mengalihkan kembali pengaturan unit total Anda jika ukuran kolam Anda tidak sesuai dengan unit yang biasanya Anda inginkan ditampilkan dalam olahraga lari. Setelah selesai, Anda siap untuk mulai berenang: Setelah Anda menekan ke kanan untuk memulai unit, itll melacak setiap panjang kolam. Dengan melakukan hal itu menangkap goresan, panjang, jarak, waktu dan SWOLF. SWOLF adalah kombinasi dari Swimming and Golf, dan menghasilkan skor efisiensi berenang berdasarkan berapa banyak goresan yang Anda perlukan. Secara teori, kurang lebih baik, tapi dalam praktiknya Anda harus yakin bahwa Anda tidak menghasilkan sedikit pukulan (dengan meluncur sebentar) hanya untuk menekan angka. Semua jam tangan berenang utama di pasaran saat ini menangkap metrik ini. Anda dapat menekan tombol updown untuk mengubah bidang tampilan, dan seperti dalam berlari dan berenang Anda dapat menentukan dua bidang tampilan teratas menjadi seperti yang Anda inginkan. Unit dalam pengujian saya tidak bermasalah dengan belokan belokan atau belokan terbuka (belokan non-belok). Untuk berenang di bawah, saya cukup banyak berganti-ganti setiap melakukan satu atau yang lain. Jadi Anda bisa mencampurnya juga. Penting untuk dicatat bahwa cara semua jam tangan berenang di pasaran bekerja hari ini di dalam ruangan tidak melalui GPS, melainkan melalui accelerometers. Dengan demikian, mendorong dari dinding pada akhirnya adalah apa yang memberitahu jam tangan apakah Anda sudah menyelesaikan putaran atau tidak. Jadi, sangat penting untuk mematikan dinding dengan cara yang tajam, dan untuk menghindari pengembaraan acak di sekitar jalur jika tidak dalam mode berhenti. Atau, pergi ke kamar mandi meski tidak dalam mode jeda. Jika Anda tidak berenang, jeda menonton sesederhana itu. Saya menemukannya sangat stabil di kolam renang saya, yang pada suatu hari ketika saya mengujinya, saya memiliki 9 orang di jalur saya, yang berarti saya terus-menerus mempercepat untuk melewati orang-orang, dan juga melambat saat saya tidak bisa melewatinya. Ini cocok dengan jarak yang tepat yang saya berenang, dan Garmin Swim di pergelangan tangan lainnya juga cocok dengan jarak itu. Setelah selesai Anda akan dapat melihat total berenang Anda secara online: Seperti yang dapat Anda lihat di atas, sangat minim. Apa yang Anda lihat di atas adalah keseluruhan dari apa yang Anda dapatkan. Itu dia. Sekarang, sebelum kita bergerak ke detak jantung sambil berenang sepotong, saya ingin secara singkat menyebutkan beberapa mode yang ada di dalam unit renang. Dalam kasus saya, saya hanya pergi dengan mode renang lurus selamanya. Dalam mode ini sebenarnya tidak ada cara untuk menandai lap (agak menjengkelkan), sehingga Anda tidak dapat dengan mudah membagi set. Tapi mereka menyertakan mode di bawah ini yang dapat membantu sedikit: Goals Mode: Ini memungkinkan Anda menentukan target jarak, waktu, atau kalori total yang akan ditargetkan dan memberi Anda kemajuan untuk mencapai tujuan itu. Mode Interval: Ini bekerja seperti pada berlari. Perbedaannya adalah bahwa Anda harus masuk dalam jarak dalam mil atau kilometer. Yang, isnt benar-benar bagaimana kebanyakan orang berenang. Untuk kilometer yang mudah, tapi untuk mil yang berantakan. Mode Lap: Ini memungkinkan Anda membuat putaran secara otomatis setelah waktu atau jarak tertentu. Seperti di atas, jarak masuk baik dalam mil atau kilometer. Kolam 8211 Heart Rate Metrics: Sekarang, saya tahu kalian semua bertanya-tanya: Bagaimana saya bisa mendapatkan detak jantung saat berenang Nah, dalam mode Swim per jam dan seperti yang telah saya sebutkan di bagian sebelumnya, itu tidak mengaktifkan sensor HR optik. , Juga tidak akan berpasangan dengan yang eksternal. Namun, untuk bersenang-senang, saya memutuskan untuk melihat apa yang terjadi jika saya hanya mengatakannya untuk menggunakan mode treadmill. Modus treadmill pada TomTom Cardio adalah apa yang saya gunakan sebagai buck tangkapan saya untuk segala sesuatu yang saya inginkan pada HR optik, namun Anda tidak ingin GPS menyala. Jadi, saya menyalakan mode treadmill dan menunggunya untuk menemukan detak jantung saya. Berdiri di ujung garis jalur (basah), butuh waktu lebih lama dari biasanya hampir satu menit (versus 5-15 detik biasa). Tapi, begitu menemukannya, ternyata akurat hanya berdiri di sana. Saya kemudian menuju keluar untuk berenang beberapa lap. Saya melihat saat denyut jantung naik dengan mantap dan tampaknya sesuai dengan usaha saya, kemudian, saya melihat saat denyut jantung stabil setelah sekitar dua putaran. Layarnya sangat mudah dilihat di bawah air dengan hanya memutar pergelangan tangan saya sedikit di awal fase tarik goresan, atau mendorong dinding. Dengan demikian, saya dapat memantau HR cukup banyak terus-menerus selama usaha itu, dan tidak ada gunanya saya melihat HR veer di luar kendali, atau melakukan sesuatu yang tidak terduga. Setelah menyelesaikan set, saya pergi ke depan dan hanya berdiri di dinding dengan tangan saya masih di bawah air untuk melihat seberapa baik ia akan kembali normal. Dengan berbuat demikian, saya tidak melihat ada masalah yang kembali ke detak jantung. Di bawah ini, adalah cuplikan detak jantung dari periode waktu itu: Sekali lagi, karena dalam mode treadmill tidak ada data strokesdistancelength. Hanya ada sekumpulan data jarak acak dari jam menonton yang saya pikir sedang berjalan di atas treadmill. Tapi, bagi mereka yang menginginkan data detak jantung, sekarang Anda memiliki metode untuk menangkapnya dalam satu unit saja. Ingat bahwa unit dapat dengan mudah mengekspor ke file CSV, atau jenis file lainnya termasuk .FIT dan .TCX (lebih banyak lagi nanti di peninjauan). Dalam berbicara dengan TomTom tentang mengaktifkan detak jantung saat berenang (jadi Anda bisa berenang dengan metrik distorsi jarak jauh), mereka mencatat sesuatu yang sedang mereka lihat, namun saat ini berfokus untuk memastikan pengalaman berjalan dengan sensor optik menjadi prioritas. Mode Multisport: (Bagian ini hanya berlaku untuk edisi Cardio Multisport) Seperti unit TomTom Multisport biasa, unit Cardio Multisport sebenarnya tidak memiliki mode multisport. Jam tangan triatlon tradisional yang terfokus cenderung memiliki mode seperti itu, yang memungkinkan Anda beralih dengan cepat di antara olahraga yang berbeda dalam skenario ras atau bata (pelatihan). Yang agak membingungkan bahwa unit ini masih belum memiliki fungsi ini hampir setahun kemudian terutama karena difokuskan secara eksklusif pada pasar multisport. Namun, saya menduga bahwa kurangnya fitur kemungkinan berasal dari fakta bahwa unit tidak melakukan pelacakan berenang di perairan terbuka dan oleh karena itu, penggunaannya terbatas secara keseluruhan sampai akhir skenario ras. Selanjutnya, mengingat penerimaan satelit cepat yang khas, Anda dapat dengan mudah menabung (tahan kiri tiga detik, lalu lagi tiga detik) dengan sangat cepat dan kemudian memulai kembali sesi baru segera dari tempat yang sama hanya dalam beberapa detik. Semua yang paling triathletes dapat dilakukan saat berjalan dalam transisi. Saya hanya bisa berharap di jalan dengan baik melihat baik fungsi berenang di luar ruangan, maupun mode multisport. Akurasi Sensor Aliran Jantung Optik: Sebelum saya terjun ke akurasi, mari kita mulai kembali pada awalnya meskipun dan jelaskan apa sebenarnya monitor denyut jantung optik (HR) monitor. Ini adalah monitor denyut jantung yang menggunakan sensor cahaya optik untuk melihat ke dalam kapiler Anda dan kemudian membaca detak jantung Anda, yang biasanya dikirimkan kepada Anda dalam detak per menit (BPM). Sementara metrik ujungnya sama, teknologi pengukuran berbeda dengan tali denyut jantung dalam 30 tahun terakhir, yang telah dikenakan di sekitar dada dan mengangkat detak jantung Anda secara elektromagnetik. Pada foto di bawah ini Anda bisa melihat lampu hijau ini memancarkan dari dalam band jam tangan. Awalnya Mio mengenalkan teknologi ini sekitar 21 bulan yang lalu dengan unit Mio Alpha Kickstarter yang didanai. Yang kemudian saya review setelah mereka menghasilkan unit akhir. Mereka kemudian meluncurkan edisi terbaru mereka, yaitu Mio Link. Tiga bulan yang lalu, yang mulai melahirkan dalam waktu sekitar 10 hari. Setelah peluncuran awal Mios, perusahaan lain Basis, meluncurkan perangkat HR optik, jam tangan Dasar B1. Namun, perangkat itu bukan ditujukan untuk kalangan olah raga, melainkan lebih pada aktivitas penonton monitortracker. Misalnya, bekerja dengan baik selama 23 jam dalam sehari Anda berolahraga, tapi tidak mengukur SDM selama latihan. Pada akhirnya, ia menggunakan teknologi dan algoritma yang sedikit berbeda di sisi optik. Akhirnya, maju cepat ke musim gugur yang lalu, dan Adidas meluncurkan GPS Smart Run mereka dengan sensor HR optik yang ada di dalamnya. Sensor itu disediakan oleh Mio. Dan seperti Alpha dan Link, itu bekerja untuk saya juga dalam mengukur detak jantung secara optik. There are other companies as well in this space, for example Texas Instruments supplies sensors to some companies. And 4iiiis recently announced their optical HR pod products as well. And further yet other companies utilize various white label and internally developed solutions. Below, you can see such a solution on the Soleus Pulse watch (non-GPS). So with that background in place, lets take a look at accuracy on the TomTom Cardio unit, and see if it continues the tradition of quality heart rate data from an optical sensor. Hard VO2Max Interval Run: This was an interval run that started off with a 15-minute build period. Then, it transitioned into 8x800m, each at a fairly quick pace resulting in a high intensity workout at pretty much my absolute max heart rate values. Heres how things looked on the TomTom Cardio unit: And then next, using a traditional heart rate strap (Garmin HRM-RUN): In this case, you see that the HRM-Run for some reason struggled a bit on the 6th and 7th interval. I wiped away the sweat behind the strap and it immediately went back to normal. It was a fairly warm night, and combined with the higher intensity workout, I was drenched. On the first interval you see a bit of a delayed pickup on the HR strap as well. In the above run, I saw no abnormalities with the Mio optical sensor within the TomTom unit. It worked flawlessly. Long Run: 2 hours 30 minutes This was a long and steady run, once I warmed up into zone, I stayed with it and was completely constant based on heart rate for the entire run. Heres how things looked, first, the TomTom Multisport: Youll see one minor odditiy around the 7-8 minute marker, with a spike. I noticed it while running, and then tightened the strap. It was a little bit loose. Once I did that, the spike immediately went away. Next, weve got data from a traditional heart rate strap (Garmin HRM-RUN): As you can see looking at the two they are virtually identical after about the 8 minute marker once I tightened the strap. Throughout the run Id glance and they were always the same or - a single BPM. Very impressive. CyclingCobbles and All: This was an hour long ride through the streets of Paris. In this case I wore the unit on my wrist, as opposed to using the bike mount specifically so I could collect accuracy data. My route included long stretches of cobbles (upwards of a half a mile at a time), which are notorious for throwing off all sorts of sports technology devices. First, the TomTom Cardio optical HR data: Then next, the traditional HR strap data from a different non-TomTom unit: They are very similar. The one difference you see is around the 33 minute marker, the HR strap seemed to produce a bit of a spike to 110BPM. Im actually not clear if this was correct, or if the TomTom was correct here. I was descending (hence the lower HRs), and thus I would have been surprised to see a spike. But since I was descending at night on cobbles, I was slightly less focused on the HRs there. The Girls Long Run: 3 Hours In addition to my running and rides, The Girl has also spent some time with the unit, or more specifically, a long 3 hour run with the unit. I helped her get all set with the unit and then sent her along her way. Heres the data from the TomTom unit first: Looking at the above, theres one spot at about the 12 mile marker where the unit seems to drop by about 20bpm. Its unclear if that was reality or not (since the strap below doesnt show it). You can also see a bit more variability in the second half of the run with the strap, as she increased intensity. She noted to me that the numbers were nearly always the same or within 1BPM or so when she looked at the displays. So from her HR zone pacing perspective, they were both valid. And then, the data from the traditional HR strap (HRM-RUN). In her case, you can see a single spike early on in the run on the heart rate strap. I checked with her, and she said that was erroneous and was not some sprint she did. That brief HR strap spike only lasted a few seconds out of 3 hours of running. Given were talking about The Girls run, I do want to point out that while she found the optical HR piece just fine and dandy, she was not terribly thrilled with the pod on the watch itself. Specifically, she felt it dug into her wrist bone quite a bit and found it fairly uncomfortable for the run she used it on. This is likely because the pod is hard plastic and leaves no room for movement or flexibility. Overall though, looking at all the optical heart rate stats from all the above ridesruns, I dont think anyone could realistically say that the optical HR measurement didnt perform better than the HR strap. It seemed to in almost every case, both for myself and The Girl. All Day ActivityHR Recording: First off, the TomTom Cardio does NOT record your daily steps. Nor, is it an all day activity tracker like a FitBit or Fuelband. Those products are designed for that purpose. Again, this is not one of them. With that out of the way, I was curious. I was mostly interested in how well itd be able to track my heart rate over the course of an entire day. Both in terms of accuracy, but also in terms of battery life. I previously did this experiment with the Mio Alpha (first generation of the sensor used in the TomTom Cardio). In that case I had to pair it to a phone in order to capture the data. In this case though, I simply used just the TomTom Cardio itself. I started by ensuring I had a 100 full charge. Then I simply started a Treadmill activity. In this mode the unit keeps GPS disabled, but turns on the optical HR sensor. It also tracks distance via the accelerometer inside the unit. Obviously, its meant for running on a treadmill. The watch quickly found my heart rate as usual and off about my evening I went. For my walk to the grocery store the distance was roughly accurate, however, upon returning and starting to cook dinner the distance was no longer in the ballpark of reasonable. It had chalked up some three miles in about 45 minutes worth of prep work in my kitchen. My kitchen is roughly the size of two port-a-pottie8217s floors. I couldnt walk three miles in there if I tried. So with distance not really accurate, I focused on the heart rate side. Id occasionally glance down and see where things stood accuracy-wise, with each time the unit being right where Id expect it to be. While sitting around watching TV I saw my HR fairly low (50s). And while riding the city share bikes across town I saw it a bit higher (110-130bpm, with a slight spike once trying to make a light). All was good there. But perhaps the most impressive feat was the battery. By the end of the first night the battery was still showing a full charge. And it wouldnt be too far from the truth. It would end up taking 26 hours for the battery to drain fully far longer than I ever expected. In talking with TomTom, this mode would get anywhere between 24-36 hours, dependent on a bunch of factors, but partially influenced by how hard the sensor has to work to read through your skin (darker skinhair, etc). Looking at the graph at the end, I didnt see a single HR spike in the entire day. The recording started around 6PM, and you can see when I went to sleep some number of hours later and the corresponding dip in heart rate, then when I woke up and set about my day. The higher chunk towards the 20hr marker is when I had to bike across a chunk of the city on the bike share bike. I did note however that the TomTom site failed to displayload my 26-hour journey. Instead, I just used an export of the file and uploaded it to a 3rd party site that would take the file. I suspect having a file longer than 24 hours was the issue. Now obviously, there are devices that are better suited for this purpose. The Basis B1 comes to mind specifically. However, for those that want to record heart rate data at a much higher accuracy level than the Basis, this is definitely an option. I wouldnt use it for activity tracking (distance) though. Sensor Support: The TomTom Cardio supports two types of Bluetooth Smart sensors: The bike speedcadence combo sensor, and the external heart rate sensor. While you might think it odd that it supports the external heart rate strap given it has a heart rate sensor in the unit itself, with the strap you can then easily mount the watch to your bike for riding and still get heart rate data. Youll pair both sensor types under the sensor menu: Within the heart rate section you can simply choose external (for the heart rate strap). For internal, youll just leave it as on. For the bike sensor, youll enable it here as well. The unit will pair to any Bluetooth Smart SpeedCadence combination sensor on the market (that uses the official Bluetooth Smart SpeedCadence device profile). I happened to use the Wahoo Fitness Blue SC . Somewhat frustratingly however, it wont pair to the Bluetooth Smart cadence-only device profile. This meant I couldnt use the new tiny Wahoo RPM cadence sensor pod. So, just be aware in case youre buying a speed-only or cadence-only sensor. Finally, note that the unit ONLY supports those two types. It does NOT support any ANT sensors, nor does it support any analog sensors (such as older Polar straps). It would support new Polar Bluetooth Smart straps, since those follow the Bluetooth Smart standard. And lastly, it doesnt support any of the Nike straps, as those dont follow the standards either. Day to Day Watch Mode, Backlight: The unit functions as a day to day watch in non-GPS mode for an extended period of time (many weeks). Within this you can setup a single alarm, such as for waking up. When in standby the unit will always display the time of day (hours:minutes), as well as the date. It does not have an option to display the day of week, nor seconds. You can configure the time to display in either 12-hour or 24-hour format (i.e. 1:50PM or 13:50). The backlight can be enabled at any time in standby mode by simply tapping the right side of the display. Additionally, the backlight can be switched to enabled for an entire activity, such as a night run. When you do this however youll burn through battery much quicker than normal so be aware. Below, you can see the backlight in action: With the backlight on I found it quite easy to see the display and numbers, even while on the bike with the unit on my wrist in a slightly awkward position (for cycling with hands on handlebars). TomTom Mobile App: TomTom recently introduced support for uploading completed workouts via your mobile phone to the TomTom MySports site, via Bluetooth Smart. When this was introduced back in January I did a full (and rather detailed) post on it, so Id refer to that for more details. However, Ill run through the basics here. First, youll need a compatible phone. That means a phone with Bluetooth Smart support. On iOS thats the iPhone 4s or newer, or the 2nd generation iPad or later. Once thats done and Bluetooth is enabled youll download the MySports app. From there youll open the app up directly. You do not need to wander into your phones Bluetooth settings control panel. You will however need to go into the phone option on your TomTom unit to start the pairing process. Next, youll see the watch listed along the bottom in bold when its in range. Or, later once paired in a lighter color when not in range. Simply tap on that line to start the pairing process. Once you do so itll show you a pin code on the watch, which youll enter in on the phone to validate youre not trying to commit some sort of devious hacking of other peoples TomTom units within a few meters of you. As soon as thats completed the phone app will immediately enumerate the workouts from the watch and transfer them over. Itll then upload them to the MySports site: From the phone app you can also view workout overview information as well: Note that with the phone app you wont get exports of other file formats like .FIT for export to 3rd party services, so thats one downside. TomTom has previously stated that they intend on adding in support for popular 3rd party companies directly from the app (i.e. a sync to Training Peaks for example). However, that hasnt quite materialized as of yet. TomTom Training Website: As part of the platform TomTom makes available a training log site called TomTom MySports, which allows you to see information about the activities recorded on your TomTom unit. Like many sites in the industry, the backend is ultimately handled by MapMyFitness, and thus, one of the options you have is to link your MapMyFitness account to your TomTom unit. For the purposes of this review though, Ill just focus on the core MySports site experience. To begin, youll need to get data uploaded to the site. For that, theres two options. The first, as previously shown is to use your mobile phone. The second, is to use the TomTom MySports Connect upload agent that can be installed on your computer. Once you plug the unit in via USB, itll automatically upload the workout to the MySports site: Once on the site youll start at the dashboard. The dashboard shows you a list of your activities, along the top, the most recent activity on the left, and then activity totals along the right. If we click on View Activity Details, well be brought to the activity detail page for that particular activity, where we can dive further into charts and graphs. The upper half of the page shows your activity totals, such as calories, pace, time, distance and elevation gain. Meanwhile, if you scroll down youll get charts shown for a handful of metrics, including pace, elevation and heart rate. While the Multisport bundle will add barometric altimeter information, all TomTom units will show elevation on the site derived from the GPS path and then calculated by servers once uploaded to TomToms site. You can mouse over any given spot on the chart to get the exact value for that particular point in the run: Finally, theres the option along the top to show your activity totals across a given timeframe. In this case, I went with the month of March. In addition to reports and graphs, you can also tweak a few settings from the site. First up is the ability to modify your heart rate zones as shown on the unit. Youll define a maximum heart rate, and then you can use the little sliders to change the zones. You are unable however to change the labels. This is kinda a bummer, because most training plans dont use those terms, but rather use terms like Zone 1. Id really love to be able to tweak the names as well. Lastly, youve got the ability to change settings within the account. For most people here, the primary item to tweak will be the measurement units. You can change from miles to kilometers, as well as changing the weight from kilograms to pounds. Why my country is currently showing as Brazil in the belowI have no idea. Maybe its telling me I should go to the beach. Now, while it may seem like I rushed through this section in reality, thats all there is. Seriously, theres no other things to show or display. What you see above in these half a dozen screenshots is the entirety of the MySports site. Theres no ability to dive deeper intro metrics, nor any ability to display stats like laps that were recorded on the unit. And the granularity of the data leaves much to be desired, due to how smoothed it is. Finally, you cant tweak any other settings on the unit, such as data field display options. All of this is sorta mind-boggling, because the MapMyFitness backend allows for much more depth than the TomTom site provides. And every other training log site on the internet provides more depth as well, many of those sites totally free. The good news here though is that TomTom makes it easy to use all those other sites. As part of the MySports Connect desktop upload agent, you can configure the software to export out a multitude of file types that you can easily upload to any of the major services: Ive uploaded these files to all sorts of sites from Strava, to Training Peaks, to Sport Tracks, and even Garmin Connect, with no issues at all. Plus, all those sites offer tons more options for slicing and dicing the information. And, starting tomorrow (April 3rd, 2014), TomTom will enable automatic sync to Strava, which means as soon as you sync your watch via either phone or desktop, the watch will send the data to Strava. TomTom plans to enable this for other services in the coming months. As a side note, the unit does not enumerate as a standard USB mass storage device. Thus, in order to access the files you must install either the Windows or Mac MySports Connect software. Bugs and Notes: As Ive been doing on all reviews over the past year or so, Ive been including a section on bugs andor issues that Ive seen within my timeframe using the unit. Do remember that a bug is different than by design. For example, the lack of a feature is something I highlight within a given section is considered by design, whereas something not really working right is considered a bug. In the case of the TomTom units, such bugs fall into one of two categories: The device, and the platform (uploadersite). Device: These are items that Ive seen on the device itself outside of uploading to the web: 1) I see the GPS pace dropout occasionally on the display (it just shows a dash line). Sometimes for no particular reason, though sometimes closer to buildings (2-3 story ones). That said, it hasnt seemed to impact distances at all. 2) I saw a single case where the unit failed to turn on the optical sensor, and appeared to have some sort of failure of the accelerometer. As if the software had sorta crashed internally. I only saw this once. 3) Im not seeing accurate readings on a treadmill. This was continued from the first generation device. Website: These are items that are specific to the TomTom MySports website. 1) I often saw a scenario where when I plugged in the device and completed upload and the site would automatically upload, the page would fail to load any data metrics. Id have to refresh for a few minutes until it finally loads the metrics. In talking with TomTom, they are working to minimize this time delay, however, it still seems kinda silly to me to have any delay at all. As far as the rest of bug-type issues on the site, its honestly a bit hard to find bugs. As I discussed in a previous section about it, the site is so overwhelmingly underwhelming that to talk about specific broken things is actually really tough. Thus, I kinda have to leave it at that. Product Comparison Tables: Ive added both the TomTom Cardio Runner amp Multisport units to the Product Comparison Tool. which means you can mix and match it against any other watchunit that Ive ever reviewed for feature comparisons. Now, Ill save you a tiny bit of time and just point out that the TomTom Runner and Runner Cardio are identical except for the line item regarding optical HR sensor. Itu dia. Same goes for the Multisport and Multisport Cardio. For the below, Ive compared the TomTom Runner Cardio, Garmin FR220, and Suunto Ambit 2R. However, you can easily make your own change with any device you want here at this link . Again, remember that you can mix and match and make your own comparison table quickly via the product comparison tool here . Sometimes, its the simple things. Its the just works factor. And in this case, the TomTom unit really delivers, especially on the heart rate monitoring side. A little less than a year ago, when the TomTom units first came out, I felt they were a bit unpolished, and somewhat rushed to market. Since then, the company has polished most of those edges on the device itself. The addition of the optical sensor and most importantly, the fact that it just works, makes this an awesome running watch. However, while I feel that TomTom has made strides on polishing the device (except indoor running), I still feel that the website is complacent at best. It just lacks even a fraction of what every other company in the industry is doing when it comes to web enablement. Now they have done well with implementing the phone upload support a few months back, as well as offering what I see as the widest file format export options in the industry. For that specifically, I give them huge credit. And to some degree it makes up for the fact that the web site lacks, because its so easy to use other 3rd party sites with more functionality. Overall, Im impressed with it. While Id love to see the option to enable heart rate recording while in swim mode, I think that the watch as it stands today is now definitely a contender in the mid-range running watch category. True it lacks some of the advanced features of the Garmin FR220, but in many people8217s eyes, getting rid of the heart rate strap will balance that out quickly. Found this review useful Or just want a good deal Here8217s how: Hopefully you found this review useful. At the end of the day, Im an athlete just like you looking for the most detail possible on a new purchase so my review is written from the standpoint of how I used the device. The reviews generally take a lot of hours to put together, so its a fair bit of work (and labor of love). As you probably noticed by looking below, I also take time to answer all the questions posted in the comments and theres quite a bit of detail in there as well. I8217ve partnered with Clever Training to offer all DC Rainmaker readers exclusive benefits on all products purchased. You can read more about the benefits of this partnership here. You can pickup the TomTom Cardio units or accessories through Clever Training using the link below. By doing so, you not only support the site (and all the work I do here) but you also get to enjoy the significant partnership benefits that are just for DC Rainmaker readers. And, since this item is more than 75, you get free US shipping as well. TomTom Runner Cardio (select dropdown for color) TomTom Multisport Cardio (select dropdown for colorperformance bundle) Additionally, you can also use Amazon to purchase the TomTom unit or accessories (though, no discount). Or, anything else you pickup on Amazon helps support the site as well (socks, laundry detergent, cowbells). If youre outside the US, Ive got links to all of the major individual country Amazon stores on the sidebar towards the top. As you8217ve seen throughout the review there are numerous compatible accessories for both units. I8217ve consolidated them all into the below chart, with additional information (full posts) available on some of the accessories to the far right. Also, everything here is verified by me 8211 so if it8217s on the list, you8217ll know it8217ll work (note that the bike sensors only work on the Multisport unit). And as you can see, I mix and match accessories based on compatibility 8211 so if a compatible accessory is available at a lower price below, you can grab that instead. Thanks for the great review Ray. I8217m thinking of buying the watch (I can get it for 180 euro8217s) but knowing it came out 1 year ago I8217m a bit hesitant and a little afraid that TomTom will release a newer model very soon. What8217s your advice on this..Do you think there will be a newer model released very soon Or should I just get the 8220old8221 one for the discount price I mentioned of 180 euro8217s It8217s hard to say, since we don8217t have much of a basis for TomTom fitness models. Last year it was about a year apart, but you never really know. I don8217t think I8217ve ever heard of a BSOD on the TomTom unit. I8217d definitely hit up TomTom support to try and get that sorted through. (Reason for not using Micro-USB cable is that it wouldn8217t be as well waterproofed) Makes sense on the charging side. By BSOD, it twice has gone into a freezing state and it shows an icon to hook it up to the laptop. After the first time, I contacted tomtom and they said the only way of getting it out of that state is connecting (no hard reset unfortunately). They did say to contact them if it happens again for a replacement. Will probably do it if it happens a third time. thanks for your work based on this page i decided to buy one tom tom multisport and i am very happy with it. it does what it says it will do and no strap on the chest is the best feeling. 1) when one does spinning class is it better to use freestyle (for i hear it counts calories based on heartrate on this mode) keep up the good work TomTom Community Manager Hi advaita, Yes, that8217s correct 8211 in freestyle mode your heart rate is used for calculating burnt calories. For spinning class it would be good to use the watch in freestyle mode since it doesn8217t use GPS. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions please contact our Customer Care team via direct line 866 486 6866 or the following page: link to bit.ly. Hi, I tried using freestyle mode for spin class today and I had an issue because it NEEDED GPS to work. It finally found a signal about halfway through the class. Is there a way to turn off the GPS during freestyle mode Sorry if you8217ve answered this already, no amount of ctrl-F has helped because these words come up so much: Have they enabled swimming HR recording If they have, I8217m buying I bought one beginning of April 8211 and for me, the HRM is a bit hit and miss. it will drop to about 20 of what it should be in the middle of a run8230 happened on 3 out of 4 runs, and dropout on one of the runs was for most of the 45 min run. TomTom support suggested a factory reset but made no difference. I got an exchange unit from the retailer and used it yesterday. HR was only properly measured 3km into a 20km run, but was at least consistent after that. Let8217s see how it gets on over the next week 8211 else it8217s going back for a refund. Only makes sense if the in-built HRM works 8211 I bought it cos I dislike chest straps8230 Now returned to shop for refund. TomTom support were helpful up to the point where they suggested that it was slipping and I should tighten it. The Scosche Rhythm looks interesting 8211 can wear it further up the arm, uses 3 LEDs, but I read mixed reviews on that. The Apple Watch has changeable brightness of the LEDS 8211 I suggested both of these remedies to TomTom, and they were quite receptive. I still think it8217s too early for the optical tech in consumer application. I8217ll wait to buy again until the products mature again. Does anyone know if intervals are recorded as separate laps yet And is it any different when the activity gets to Strava I8217d like to see an intervals session from this watch on Strava. This watch sounds perfect, but that8217s a deal breaker for me. I was wondering if it8217s possible to pair this watch to two different phones, and subsequently two different profiles on the tomtom MySports site (or app) My wife and I are both currently training for events and as we8217ve small children the chance of going out together is almost impossible. If we can use the one watch and then just pair to our phone each time (without getting each others runs uploaded) that would be great. The issue i have with the watch is that you can8217t bike with it while having it on your wrist. I have had the multisport from the first generation without the heart meter inside it. The problem is that the control panel breaks through pressure. So you have to put it into the rubber holder. Which requires you to use a heart meter on a bike. So really the only plus side of the watch over the older model is for the running department. What i do have with a heart meter is that the heart meters on your body start to cut into my skin after a while, with this watch that problem will be solved but also be replaced by heavy pressure on your wrist from the extra bulk what you have discussed. Upgrading from the older towards the newer model kinda seems useless then, for me. Thanks for your review. I would probably argue it is only useless if all you do is cycle8230and possible if you already have an earlier model with a hrm. Thanks so much for your great reviews on all of these devices I am currently training for my first marathon and am looking to purchase my first activity tracker watch. Right now I have narrowed it down to the Fitbit Surge or the TomTom Cardio. Just wondering your opinion on which you would choose I live out in the open country with miles of dirt road to run on and I must not be too worried about tracking my daily steps because I was given a Fitbit Flex and I hardly ever wear it. I appreciate any insight you can give me on these units or even if you recommend a different one, however I8217m not big on the chest strap. Terima kasih lagi. I just started running this past week8230in which I have run without any technology. I am very new to this as I usually play recreational basketball for my cardio workouts but since running with a group of runners I have been pretty excited about running lately. On my first run of 5 miles, I noticed everyone used some type tool to aid in their run albeit it was a smartphone, GPS watch or both. I had no idea about any of this stuff beforehand but since then I have been really interested. I initially looked for a gps watch and then realized that these watches were not that cheap so I wanted to find one that was pretty cheap but good and could be considered a beginners watch. I found the Garmin Forerunner 10 and BestBuy was selling it for 80. After researching a few reviews I decided to purchase although I have not really used it as of yet. However, I talked to a friend that I run with that is heavy into running and he stated that he has a brand new TomTom Cardio Runner and he would sell it to me for 160 which appears to be a good deal. So now my dilemma is choosing between the two. I actually am really considering attempting a half marathon this year and the near future so I am wondering if the extra 80 for the TomTom Cardio Runner over the Garmin FR10 is worth it. I even considered a Smartwatch like Pebble but saw a few too many drawbacks to the watch and also using the Smartwatchsmartphone combo so that idea is really dropping in the rankings. Please share your thoughts as to help me in my decision making in this case. Terima kasih. great review appears much better than fitbit 1. has mio sensor which is good for hrm 2. can upload data Query is it compatible with polar beat on iphone andor computer-web Wonder if it si compatible with ITHLETE heart rate variability, hrv, sfor athletes 8211 monitor, which apprently takes any bluetooth 4 enabled device Some folk recommend hrv for training 8211 go light if hrv relatively lower I am not an athlete and my hrv vaires a lot but does not seem related to my performance on rowing machine Thanks for the great review. I find your review in line with my experience using TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio, although I have not used all of its features. I started running since late Dec821714 and I am almost 50 years old, so I don8217t run long distance. I normally run about 60 km. in a month. I usually jog at night for 3-4 nights every week for about 30 minutes each. I8217ve been using the watch for 4 months now. So far, I8217m quite happy with it and, in fact, I now use it as my regular watch (instead of my Breitling and Rolex). I do like the built-in GPS and HRM so that I don8217t have to carry a phone or use HR strap when I run. I like that the data can be uploaded and automatically linked from TomTom website to other sites e.g. endomondo, Nike, etc. I think endomondo website offers much better features than TomTom8217s MySports, so I prefer having all my records kept there. The optical HRM works well, it has never failed on me so far. Since each of my run only lasts for about 30 minutes, battery life is not an issue for me (I had GPS, HR and Night Mode activated). However, I went out for a round golf one day and used freestyle mode to keep track of my walking (I forgot to turn off the 8220night mode8221). The battery went dead in just over 3 hours. So, I don8217t know if the battery would last 8 hours as claimed by TomTom if the night mode is off. There are a couple of annoying issues I have seen, though. 1. Locating GPS before the run sometimes takes forever (I did wait for about 3-5 minutes in many occasions). Once it did, it worked fine. Typically, the GPS is locked within seconds. 2. Uploading data to TomTom8217s MySports via smartphone (Bluetooth) takes a long time (3-5 minutes) considering I run for only 30 minutes. I can8217t imagine how long it would take to upload data for a much longer exercise. However, uploading via the USB cradle is fast. Overall, I think the watch is good. It meets my exercise requirements and routines quite well. I just wish that TomTom8217s designer had given it a better look. For me, I like the looks of Adidas Smart Run, Garmin Fenix, Suunto, but they don8217t have built-in HRM (except Adidas, but the review was not so good). In my opinion, if TT can be used as a formal business watch, it would be a great watch. regarding long time to acquire GPS. do not forget to keep quick gps file up to date. it expires after 3 days, which would result in the 3mn wait you witness. another reason for this would be traveling to far away destinations or full software reset: in these cases, the watch needs to find it8217s new location. Thanks for your reviews. I just found your site the past couple days as I8217m researching watches. I8217m trying to get (back) into ultra running, and would like to get a decent watch for training on trails, particularly with an optical (or other type of strapless) HRM, if possible. And I don8217t have unlimited money to spend. Are there other GPS optical watches you might recommend in addition to this TomTom one It seems from your review that you feel the Surge may not be good for workout heartrate, unless it8217s been improved. Or, given your continued use of a traditional HRM, would you recommend against trying to get an optical one at all Another feature I8217m particularly interested in, if I can have my druthers, is the ability to track vertical climb over a run, in case that8217s useful for you to know. Thanks for any advice and thoughts Nevermind my above questions. I8217ve learned a lot the past couple days8211thanks in great part to your site8211and realized I should probably get a watch with longer battery life and altimeter readings I can measure on the fly. And it looks like HRMs have become more comfortable since when I used them last decade. I was conveniently able to get the Fenix 2 performance bundle for just under 300 from Backcountry. I think that will better suit my needs, and better serve me in the future if I start using more advanced training features8211which will now already be at my fingertips in the Fenix 2. For another 20, is it worth it just to get the Multisport vs the Runner I dont really bikeswim. but not much difference between 230 and 250, just in case I feel like getting on a bike. Is the device basically the same AFAIK the hardware of the Runner and the regular Multisport is the same, only the software differs. There is a hardware difference though between the regular Multisport and the performance bundle Multisport, since the latter also have a built-in barometric altimeter (with which the watch can calculate terrain distance). Hi Ray, great review I have three question regarding swimming: 1. What is the way of alerting the user about completing a goal in training (goalintervallap) (graphicalsoundvibrations 8211 can this be set up) 2. If its possible to set for instance an alarm every 250m 8211 will it go off every 250m (constant alarm till I get out of the pool 8211 just like Swimovate Poolmate Live)) or will I have to activate the training function every time I achieve previous goal 3. Does the mobile app covers all swimming statistics that watch shows or is it limited as web page Thank you in advance for your help I have had a MultiSport Cardio for just over a year. I was very happy with the product until I tried doing all my training according to MAF principles and using Heart Rate. Despite following all of the instructions. the watch struggled to latch on to the correct heart rate (it was way out. up to 209 BPM at jog pace) and often needed to removed from my wrist. paused and replaced after 20 seconds or so. After a month or so of that I had enough ,complained to TomTom was told to do a Factory reset. No success. I was then told to return the watch to the warehouse for replacement. That involved the frustration of being without a watch for ten days. After that. guess what. the new unit was even worse. I was then told it was a global problem with the algorithm and it would be solved in days 8230.days became almost two weeks but eventually I downloaded new software a few days ago and found the problem was FAR worse than before. Now it seems almost impossible to use in HRM mode 8230.the heart rate fluctuates wildly. sometimes jumping by 30 beats in a few paces. According to the watch I ran ONE kM at a pace of 6 minutes per kM today 8230but a heart rate of 200 BPM. this was the second kM in the run. My current racing pace is 4.2 minutes per K at a BPM of 150 When measuring my resting pulse rate which is low 408217s. when logically the Blood flow is at its lowest 8230the watch is 100 accurate. It is accurate used for day to day activities until I press the 8220GO8221 button to start a run. So what is wrong. I have now been promised another watch 8230but will be without my watch for ten days and there is no guarantee that the new watch will work8230either they don8217t know what is wrong or are unwilling to say. It seems that TomTom hope to wear me down until I fed up and go somewhere else. Clearly this watch has major issues with the HRM and I cannot solve them by warming up or moving the watch on my wrist 8230or even by pausing and taking it off. It is not fit for purpose. I had similar problems with mine. Often the HR reading would suddenly go silly but return to a reasonable figure when I put the watch on the other wrist. You8217ve probably tried this but just in case it helps I found the solution was to have the watch really tight and to make sure it wasn8217t partly on the lighter colour band of skin you get under your watch strap. Anyway good luck sorting it. Hi Rob. thanks for the advice. I tried the other wrist and the watch performed fine for 6 kM. I then had to make a Pit Stop and pressed pause 8230.after I started off again the HR took off like the Space Shuttle and hit 209 within 100 meters. It oscillated up and down for the rest of my long run. Tried it again this morning on an 11kM run and it performed fine 8230I even paused it before the last kM and restarted 8230all ok. Not sure what the issue is but I have no choice but to persevere. I have a TomTom Runner which has been great for me. I have been using a Bluetooth HR chest strap with it and would prefer to ditch the strap as it8217s uncomfortable for me. I don8217t have a lot of money and am considering two options: 1. Replace the watch with a (new) previous generation TomTom Runner Cardio for around 100. 2. Keep the watch and pair it with a Scosche Rhythm for around 80. HR accuracy is important to me as well as having something that 8220just works8221. I8217ve had zero problems with the current watch and my chest strap outside of the general discomfort of wearing it. What would you do I have a Tomtom multisport with wrist heart rate I can sell you cheap. Email me for details. Rellik5397icloud I did the first training with TomTom Runner, on bike (although mainly I am a runner), with old already buggy after 3 years Gssport GB-580P (same as Timex Cycle Trainer 2.0 GPS). I found that pulse on both rather similar (0-3 BPM), with the exception of gaps when old device displays higher pulse due to its glitches. I made several accelerations followed up by stopping and found that pulse on TomTom reaches maximum in 10 seconds after stopping. Similar, its increase delayed about 5 second after start of acceleration, I think it is not big problem even for sprints, as you get max pulse anyway. There is a lack: display interface. Two higher fields are somewhat small and main field are somewhat large, I guess in race this can be a problem. But I still can see small fields while riding on bike with watches on hand. You can8217t customize this for 2, 4 or 5 fields on display, as you can in Gssport GB-580P. Strap on watches is slightly large, I fit it on 3rd line of holes from start, with about 30 lines at all, For woman8217s hand it can be a problem, but I guess you can just fit it closer to elbow. September 8, 2016 Ray, I know this is a longshot, but I didn8217t know if you8217ve seen this before. I bought a Cardio Runner in May on a good sale (used the dcr amazon link) and it has stopped working. Everytime I press the keypad it soft reset8217s. I8217ve contacted tomtom but they haven8217t responded yet. I tried the factory reset and it didn8217t help. Anything else I can try January 16, 2017 I have a few questions concerning for the TomTom Multisport Cardio GPS watch Lithium-Ion battery8230 If you have this watch, how long have you had it, how many times do you use it, when do you charge it (After every training). I am trying to determine a reasonable battery life span for this GPS Watch (or any other comparable product). My friend has a 5 year old Garmin 910XT and it still works, were my TomTom Cardio watch died less than 3 years after I first used it. I8217m really bummed8230 my watch is dead and TomTom is only offering me a 10 discount on a Spark model. It seems it is not possible to replace the defective battery8230 Leave a Reply
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