Now the fitness-obsessed can listen to music directly from their watch, rather than strapping their smartphone to their arm and worrying about nasty wires.
Preloaded with a 30-minute Ministry Of Sound-curated playlist called Running Trax, the watch streams to a wide range of Bluetooth-enabled headphones.
It goes without saying the the fitness watches also feature built-in heart rate monitor, 24/7 activity tracking, and multi-sports modes.
Steps, active minutes, distance, calories burned and sleep duration are all tracked by the 24/7 activity tracking feature. Users can also set and track daily and weekly goals, follow progress on their watch or via the MySports app and website. Alternatively, users can upload their stats to multiple platforms like RunKeeper, Nike+ and others.
The multi-sport mode means that users can track all their indoor and outdoor sporting activity including running, cycling, swimming, treadmill and gym workouts, giving them real time information including time, distance, speed and pace.
- The TomTom Spark GPS fitness watch range starts at $249 with the flagship model landing at $469. The range is available from Noel Leeming, JB Hifi, Harvey Norman and Rebel Sport.