Reviews and Problems with TomTom Nike+ SportWatch GPS
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Otherwise good product.
patrick nash, Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: GPS seems to take some time to link up even on a clear day but that may just have to do with sattelite location. Also USB is in an awkward place. I am always popping it open when I take the watch off or even putting it on which becomes a nuisance. Otherwise good product.
Summary: I ordered for my birthday based on the reviews online, and to be honest, I didn't even think about reading anything else. When I open the package I realized it was one of those things I would "have to charge it.
Summary: Great little sport watch. It's designed to be used for running, but I use it for biking as well. Battery life could be better though. I was worried about maybe getting pinched by the clasp but haven't had any issues with it. Pretty easy to navigate the interface.
Summary: The item got here on time and what was I was expecting from the seller. The watch linked up to the pedometer sensor the first time i used it. The GPS takes about 90 seconds to link up to the satellites and the routing seems to be pretty accurate.
Summary: Love this product. Pretty accurate when recording my runs. The battery lasts a long time. Its easy to configure. You can start a run just by holding 1 button. I only wish was that it could automatically update my runs to nikeplus.com so I wouldn't have to hook it up to a computer after each run.
Summary: Great watch, keeps a really good charge and last multiple runs. The only down side is that if you don't use the foot piece it takes a while for it to sync with the satellites. It was disappointing in my marathon it took almost a mile to sync and I didn't get an accurate time.
Good beginner watch. Neat website, some flaws though
22 October 2013
Summary: Good: Comfortable watch Works well with included heart rate monitor and shoe pod Website it nice with some cheese to get you motivated Looks good Bad: Data is locked to Nike unless you use a 3rd party tool I can't find out how to simply view my heart rate without running (my Garmin friends can) No...