TomTom Runner 3 + Cardio

 

RRP: £169.99
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Sharing much of the same features as the Runner 3, this is a high quality running watch with the added benefit of being able to track your heart rate and fitness age.

Say goodbye to those pesky chest straps as this watch comes with a built-in heart rate monitor, making it so much easier and hassle free to get accurate readings of your fitness.

Unlike the Runner 3, the + Cardio accumulates your fitness readings and works out your fitness age and VO2 max intake, which allows it to programme challenging yet accessible workouts and goals for you to achieve.

Features include:

  • GPS Tracking
  • Personalised Workouts
  • Advanced Training Modes Route Exploration
  • Multiple Sports Modes
  • TomTom Sports App
  • 24/7 Activity Tracking
  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor
  • Fitness Age & VO2 Max

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