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Ready to get more serious about your training? The Nike+ SportWatch GPS powered by TomTom with foot pod is a stylish, simple-to-use GPS training tool that works in conjunction with the Nike+ shoe sensor to provide pace, distance and other useful measures of your run data. Plug it into your computer to access a Nike+ online community and customize settings, analyze your data, set goals and map new routes of adventure. With this sleek watch on your wrist, you'll find new motivation to keep the pace every time you glance down.

Includes

  • Nike+ GPS SportWatch
  • Nike+ sensor foot pod
  • USB cable
  • Quick start guide

Colors

  • Anthracite/Red (065)
  • Black/Grey (002)
  • White/Silver (100)

Details

  • Download PDF user manual by clicking here
  • TomTom GPS-enabled sport watch works in conjunction with Nike+ shoe sensor to continue recording data when not in range of GPS signal
  • Quickstart mode allows you to run with just Nike+ sensor while on treadmill, will not link to GPS for duration of run
  • Requires use of computer and built-in USB port or USB card
  • Plug into computer before first run; watch will prompt download of Nike+ Connect software and firmware update
  • Built-in USB contacts molded into watch band
  • Easy-to-read, high contrast display with backlight
  • Large display of 'Favorite' data field, other data measures shown at top of display
  • Records and displays distance, time, pace, laps, intervals and calories burned
  • 3 buttons to select menus and scroll though data
  • Tap screen to mark laps and activate backlight
  • Auto or manual lap features
  • Optional intervals display when to 'run' and 'rest'
  • 'History' stores data for up to 50 workouts
  • 'Records' feature keeps track of total miles, longest run and fastest times for a variety of standard distances
  • 'Attaboys' recognize and congratulate you for setting new personal records
  • 'Run Reminders' automatically remind you to go run if a workout has not been completed after 5 days
  • 'Clock' feature displays time of day
  • Polar Wearlink+ Heart Rate Transmitter Nike+ syncs with watch to record heart rate data (sold separately)
  • Plug watch into computer USB port to charge battery and upload data to nikeplus.com
  • Create Nike+ online account at nikeplus.com and view run performance data, elevation data, map routes, find new routes, track goals, receive coaching tips, challenge friends and share progress through Facebook and Twitter
  • Customize watch display and settings through online Nike+ account
  • Water-resistant up to 5 ATM (not intended for use while swimming or prolonged exposure to water)
  • Functions in temperatures from -4° to 140° F
  • 9 hour battery with GPS and sensor active, 70 hours when GPS and sensor not in-use
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Compatible with Mac with OSX v10.4.8 or later and buiit-in USB port
  • Compatible with PC and Windows XP Home or Professional (SP2) or later, Vista or Windows 7
  • Display size: .94W x 1H inches (2.4W x 2.6H cm)
  • Weight: 2.3oz (66g)

Accessories (sold separately)

Comments: First off, the watch is very sleek and the Tom Tom GPS integration is very inviting; however, don't be fooled by this faulty piece of equipment. I purchased my watch in December 2012 and by July 2013, the built-in USB failed to work. I contacted Nike and they arranged for me to get a replacement, which I did. Six months later, the same fault occurred with the new (2nd) watch and Nike once again offered to replace it free of charge. I decided that I had enough of this inferior product and opted for a Garmin watch. So far, the Garmin Forerunner is fantastic!
From: Mason, Carmichael, CA, USA. 1/30/14

Comments: bought this for the looks. Quite a regrettable choice. Firstly, I run on a 400m track. The GPS is either -50m or +400m off in a 10km run. Secondly, a little after a year, i had problem linking it to a sensor in an open outdoor area. Third, the battery drained really fast for a daily runner.
From: Anonymous

Comments: This watch was great until a few days ago. It's no longer recognized by the connect software on either of my two computers. I have tried all of Nike's troubleshooting steps. I have been using the watch for a year. I hope Nike will replace it. If not I'm going to pick up a Garmin Forerunner 10.
From: Dave 

Comments: Just sent mine back to see if they'll warrantee it. I've had it for 4 months. It's had: trouble picking up gps (outside, no buildings or trees) weak battery issues, and the final straw was the screen started to collect moisture on the inside, within 7 days the lcd just blinked and froze reading "FULL." Hopefully Nike warrantees it, and my next one isn't defective. Waiting for them to get it in the mail. I wouldn't purchase this watch again...
From: Michael, Waynesburg, PA, USA

Comments: I like the feel of the watch, but as a GPS it is too inaccurate and does not sync well (and I only live 2 hours north of Portland-what's up NIKE?) It has not been able to connect with satellites over 40% of the time I have tried to use it (daily-between Nov and April). When it does sync, it has been up to .4 of a mile off on 8-9 mile runs a number of times. It does not even do well against itself on out-and-back routes, i.e., measures longer on the 'out' and a lot shorter 'back' or vice versa. I can't use it as a training device, even for tempos. If you pause the watch during a run, it screws up the distance and pace even more. If you use GPS, I suggest Garmin as the best bet for the money. I miss my old Garmin, which only had a very, very few problems syncing in this cloudy area and was pretty accurate.
From: Pete, Olympia, WA

Comments: The watch in and of itself is OK. But I bought the watch for the Nike+ website benefits and so far is has been nothing less than pure disappointment. Just do an internet search and you'll see the thousands and thousands of upset and disappointed users. Logging in is the first adventure you will face. Usually nothing happens, other times you will just keep cycling back to the same login page. Sometimes runs don't show up. And sometimes when they do they are tallied to your overall distance which makes the leaderboard function of the site useless. The potential is great, but the reality makes me wish I never bought the watch. If you are buying this watch for anything other than a GPS capable watch PLEEASSSEEE do an internet search on the website issues first and see why you should avoid this product.
From: Gary, Charleston, South Carolina

Comments: I love this watch and it works great!! Slight problems on select days syncing which I believe is due t something with Nike but other than that I love it. Online features are very nice. Well worth the money.
From: Ben, Kentucky, United States

Comments: an amazing watch, i run 40 to 50 miles a week and i am not dissappointed with it. on the contrary, it is very reliable and lightweight. i love it
From: Franco,Menifee, CA

Comments: I needed to track my miles log my runs. I got the Nike sportswatch, and have been extremely disappointed , it is the worst investment I made. It will not sync, it can't find the chip in your shoe and the program for your computer fails. Nike has admitted a "Glitch", but has not corrected the issue.If your serious the Garmin is the best route.
From: John, Anaheim, Ca

Comments: i got mine back in december for a christmas gift and liked it BUT it lasted until late april or about 600 to 700 miles the usb part of the watch wore out so i couldnt upload runs WARNING if you are a mid to high mileage runner then please go with garmin or a better known watch i suppose the nike gps watch is good for a 15 to 20 mile a week runner nike replaced mine with a brand new one lets just say i no longer have said nike watch and now own a garmin 310 and LOVING it!!!
From: keith, southaven, ms

Comments: This GPS was my partner during my Marathon training, I needed to track each mile and so I did, it never failed. The fastest and most accurate GPS I have used so far. I've been using it for about 5 months now and am very happy with it. It is also my daily basis watch. Very easy to sync with the computer. 
From: Fabian, San Jose, Costa Rica

Comments: I love this watch and it works great!! Slight problems on select days syncing which I believe is due t something with Nike but other than that I love it. Online features are very nice. Well worth the money.
From: Ben, Kentucky, United States

Comments: an amazing watch, i run 40 to 50 miles a week and i am not dissappointed with it. on the contrary, it is very reliable and lightweight. i love it
From: Franco,Menifee, CA

Comments: I needed to track my miles log my runs. I got the Nike sportswatch, and have been extremely disappointed, it is the worst investment I made. It will not sync, it can't find the chip in your shoe and the program for your computer fails. Nike has admitted a "Glitch", but has not corrected the issue.If your serious the Garmin is the best route.
From: John, Anaheim, Ca

Comments: i got mine back in december for a christmas gift and liked it BUT it lasted until late april or about 600 to 700 miles the usb part of the watch wore out so i couldnt upload runs WARNING if you are a mid to high mileage runner then please go with garmin or a better known watch i suppose the nike gps watch is good for a 15 to 20 mile a week runner nike replaced mine with a brand new one lets just say i no longer have said nike watch and now own a garmin 310 and LOVING it!!!
From: keith, southaven, ms

Comments: Awful product.  Even though I charged it until the screen says "full", it quit on me during a long run at 8 miles and quit in a marathon at mile 23.  At mile 23, it was off from the race course by about 3/10 of a mile so the pacing wasn't very accurate.  Hard to sync with the computer.  I hate it and regret it much.
From: Lisa, Jax, FL, USA

Comments: I have had this for about 8 months and it has worked great, up until I dropped it once. It has absolutely no durability or protection and the glass breaks easily. That is not a problem though as it is just the corner of the screen. However, the strap with the cord in it is beginning to kink and I am having trouble getting it to charge. Also, the little USB cover is very brittle, I have had to superglue it twice. Overall, very good for Nike's first GPS watch and I will buy an update should they fix those problems. I would recommend this, just don't drop it, ever.
From: Sam, Bemidji, MN, USA

Comments: I've had mine now for about 4 months, and have had little to few issues with it. It's an all around great watch and GPS tracker, and works well even without the shoe chip (I'm a Vibram FiveFingers kind of guy). All in all, an excellent running watch.
From: Andy, Crestwood, KY, USA

Comments: Mine has worked perfectly so far, I've put about 600 miles on it in the last 6 months including three full marathons in a 41 day time period.  I don't use the shoe chip at all though, I run exclusively in Vibram FiveFingers.  I've had little hiccups here and there, connection issues to Nikeplus.com, but in the end I've never actually lost a run.  And relying only on the GPS, my distances have been near perfect!  I've ran 3 full marathons with this watch now, and one was a trail marathon on single track mountain bike trail with %100 tree coverage!  I still got an accurate reading!  On my full marathons, the distance was less than .15 miles off over 26.2 miles!  The only real complaint that I have is that the plastic piece where the USB connection is has finally cracked after so much use, they need to make this part of the watch sturdier.  Other than that, this has been my single most beloved piece of running equipment that I have.
From: Tim, Portland, Oregon, USA

Comments: I run anywhere from 50-80 miles a week, usually at 6:30-7:30/mi training pace. I have never been so looking forward to a product then disappointed as I was with the Nike GPS Sportswatch. I bought it at the Boston Marathon expo and after 2 months, I wish I could get my money back. Last night was the last straw, when it said my workouts were uploaded but the site (after many attempts to even load) wouldn't show my 13 miler. How is there no Export function to account for possible glitches!? Seems like a no-brainer. Also once again the GPS was inaccurate and short. It has consistently been short of half a mile or more. I think the foot pod was a good idea in theory but the watch relies on it too much it should ONLY go to the pod when in tunnels. But seems like the only time it's ever accurate even in wide open outdoors is if I have both. That shouldn't be the case with a decent GPS. I had issues with the unit connecting to the computer, with the settings for display not doing what I selected (although that was fixed with a firmware update), but I can't put up with short-changing my runs and not displaying one entirely. Nike keeps saying it's a "work in progress," but what it really seems to be is a broken product that was rushed to market without enough testing. Ordered the high-end Garmin yesterday and while Garmins historically haven't been perfect they've been a far more solid product so I'm hoping for good things. Nike, you could've had a winner here but opportunity lost.
From: Bill, Boston, MA, USA