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The sleek TomTom Runner gives you GPS pace and distance data with auto laps, custom intervals, graphic-displayed goals, and the option to race against your previous workouts. This simple-to-use watch features a large display and a 4-sided button to easily navigate menus. Find satellites quickly when ready to run with QuickGPSFix, or track pace and distance on the treadmill via built-in accelerometer. Plug into your computer or connect wirelessly via iPhone with Bluetooth Smart to upload and view data on TomTom's MySports online account, or 3rd party sites like MapMyFitness.


  • TomTom Runner Watch
  • USB charging/download cable
  • User manual


  • Black (06)
  • Dark Pink/Grey (01)


  • TomTom GPS-enabled watch
  • QuickGPSFix finds satellites fast before your run; connect watch to MySports TomTom online account weekly to remain updated
  • Displays/records time, laps, distance, current pace, average pace, calories, BPM and heart rate zone data (with add-on HR strap, sold separately)
  • Easy-to-read, high contrast display with backlight; tap right side of screen to activate backlight
  • Large single data field on screen, 2 smaller customizable data fields; scroll up and down to change large data field
  • Simple, single 4-sided button for easy menu navigation
  • Vibrate and beep alerts
  • "Run" mode has intervals, zones, goals, laps, or race modes
  • "Laps" can be customized to automatic or manual distance or time
  • "Zones" can be set for pace or heart rate (with add-on HR strap, sold separately)
  • "Goals" can be set to help achieve certain distance, time or calories burned with graph views
  • "Race" against your recent workouts, or pre-set distances from MySports online
  • "Treadmill" mode uses built-in accelerometer to determine pace/distance without GPS; calibrate to improve accuracy
  • "Stopwatch" mode for simple timing
  • "History" stores previous workout data
  • Displays time of day when not in training mode
  • Plug watch into computer USB port to charge battery and upload data to MySports online account, MapMyFitness, or other 3rd party online sites; Mac & PC compatible
  • View run performance data, elevation data, map routes, find new routes, and track goals via MySports TomTom online
  • Upload data and update watch via Bluetooth Smart to iPhone 5, 4S or iPad and MySports mobile app
  • 10 hour battery life in GPS mode
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Watch unit is removable to change watch bands, (sold separately)
  • Water-resistant to 165 ft (5 ATM): swim-friendly
  • Watch Size: .45" thick, 9" long strap
  • Display size: .85W x 1H inches (2.2W x 2.6H cm)
  • Display Resolution: 144 x 168
  • Weight: 1.75oz (49.5g)

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I have had this watch for over a year and been happy with its performance. It picks up a signal fast, it is pretty accurate, and the software is easy to understand. However, I am disappointed in its durability/design. The gps unit itself snaps out of the wristband too easily. This is very problematic because it can fall out and onto the ground causing scratches or cracks in the screen. In fact, mine cracked this week when the unit snapped out of the wristband while I was putting it on. Even worse, after discussing it with their customer service they told me they do not have any repair centers in the U.S. I've had many other sport watches, but never had a screen crack on one. I feel that there should be better durability and better support if I am going to buy a $200 watch.
From: Anonymous. PA, USA.  April 17th 2015

Comments: I bought this about 16 months ago and I'm very happy with it. Unlike Garmin, which updates their firmware like once a decade, this unit gets automated updated firmware about every two months, adding and refining features. Easy to use and very easy to read due to higher resolution display. I like the very large split times/laps that changes to black on white background for easy visibility while running. The only thing that could be improved is the strap, which is not comfortable the way it closes. Overall, however, I think these are far better than Garmin for the price hands-down.
From: Robert, Washington DC, USA. August 28th 2014