With a surge of fitness trackers hitting the market, TomTom is looking to set itself apart from the competition by introducing a watch that includes both GPS tracking as well as a heart rate monitor.
The TomTom Runner Cardio tracks actual exertion in addition to distance and route. The large screen displays the heart rate, distance, and pace. The GPS tracking device records the route for later review and is also capable of keeping track of strides on a treadmill.
The data from the GPS tracking device can be synced with other apps as well like RunKeeper, Strava, and Training peaks. The basic cardio watch retails for $416 while the multi-sport cardio watch runs about $466.