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Tomtom Spark Cardio + Music (rrp £189.99) - £101.99 with voucher code

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Tomtom Spark Cardio + Music strap size small & large. Reduced from £189.99 to £109.99. Apply this code: Welcome15_uk to get a further £8 discount = £101.99. Not the latest model but a great pr… Read More
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Tomtom Spark Cardio + Music strap size small & large.
Reduced from £189.99 to £109.99.
Apply this code: Welcome15_uk to get a further £8 discount = £101.99.

Not the latest model but a great price for a well reviewed GPS watch with built in HRM & mp3 player. No bluetooth headphones with this model, though.

The Runner 2 Cardio & Music (exactly the same except for a slight variation on the strap) also seems to be that price.

The latest equivalent model is £219.99!

** Updated 21/2/17**
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1 Like #1
this looks good. I need to replace a microsoft band because the battery has died
#2
Back at rrp now...
#3
Expired
2 Likes #5
Not expired you just have to click on the colour
1 Like #6
I've got this and it's superb. Don't use music but find hrm useful
1 Like #7
Have got the TomTom runner 2, used it non stop for the just over a year, fantastic watch, great price op!

Edited By: cuttsy315 on Feb 21, 2017 09:02: Mistake
1 Like #8
Still working - just bought one.
2 Likes #9
Highly recommended. They've recently improved the mobile app considerably that syncs to this too
1 Like #10
Thanks, just purchased.
1 Like #11
Lovely job: Ordered. I've been waiting for a good GPS watch with bluetooth music at under £100. Have a half marathon in 13 days, this might be a nice little treat for the next few runs before I ease off the week before!
I am now equipped with the hotukdeals favourite bargain phone - the redmi Note 3 special edition, along with the best budget bluetooth headphones QCY QY8 (they were under £8 on aliexpress a while back).
Some amazing kit for under £250 and hopefully good for 2-3 years, rather than around £1200 if I went with apple watch, phone, headphones. Still love the apple kit, but it needs to be good for 5-7 years of use to invest.
1 Like #12
So you run with headphones plugged in ??
#13
dogsballs
this looks good. I need to replace a microsoft band because the battery has died


You might be able to make some money of it. Contact Microsoft tell them battery is gone, band overheard and strap feels flimsy. They'll get it replaced. Send you a new one. But call it refurbished. It'll definitely be a new band. Then you can sell that as a brand new band. I bought mine for £99 and sold for £175 after doing what I just mentioned above.
4 Likes #14
This is fine on a treadmill. But I'm sick of runners who listen to music while running in public places and have no idea what is going on around them. It's so dangerous.

The amount of times I've seen cars and cyclists having to slam on their brakes because someone wearing headphones had no idea what was going on around them because of their music.
#15
Brought one at Christmas for 99,returned it a week later, great idea and nice watch, but it never syncs to your phone correctly. Read up on it big problem with earlier models.
#16
Anyone know if it has phone notification now?
1 Like #17
Ordered, excellent price and nice bit of kit.
Will mainly be using it for biking... was waiting for the Spark 3 to come down in price but at 90 quid you can't go wrong for something that's pretty much exactly the same. Thanks OP.
#18
code not working
2 Likes #19
Total bargain. New smartphone app is better than the old one but PC sync is the most reliable solution.
#20
sr3
code not working


Code defo works - just tried it again now.
#21
hows the Pc app for these? as i know they dont support windows phone/windows mobile...

quite tempted as i had been lookign at the fitbit charge2, but for £90 quite fancy this.. and i need a new watch also!
looking at the size i think i'd be a small or a large (about 165mm when i measured my wrist, so could do either by the look of it..)
is it better to go for the bigger one then?




Edited By: neosalad on Feb 20, 2017 22:59: edit
2 Likes #22
Fantastic tracker. I've used it on runs, bike rides and a tough mudder. Worked perfectly. Have some heat
1 Like #23
neosalad
hows the Pc app for these? as i know they dont support windows phone/windows mobile...

quite tempted as i had been lookign at the fitbit charge2, but for £90 quite fancy this.. and i need a new watch also!
looking at the size i think i'd be a small or a large (about 165mm when i measured my wrist, so could do either by the look of it..)
is it better to go for the bigger one then?





My wrist size is the same - tried the watch with a small band today - perfect fit. Tomtom give you 30 days to change your mind/money back guarantee.
#25
aeonf242

£ 189.99


Available soon
OOS/EXPIRED?


Still in stock. Just checked. Select a strap size & then select the colour you want - defo still working.
#27
I had one of these, I hated it, the synch to phone via TomTom app is so slow and cumbersome. the screen quality is awful and hard to see properly.

just bought a Samsung fit2 for sending price & it blows away the old TomTom. I ran half marathon last weekend and GPS bang on.

HRM is great, and pings you all night while asleep (every 10 mins) and you have a graph of HR all night.

Integration with my S7 is superb. it's also so small and light never take it off......

just pointing out in case anyone on the fence about watch to get. so glad I got rid of TomTom.
#28
dewonderful
This is fine on a treadmill. But I'm sick of runners who listen to music while running in public places and have no idea what is going on around them. It's so dangerous.
The amount of times I've seen cars and cyclists having to slam on their brakes because someone wearing headphones had no idea what was going on around them because of their music.
Don't see many cars, bikes on the hills so I guess I have your permission to run with music on there.
#29
Just bought mine runner 2 music for £66.99
2 Likes #30
I was wondering about the difference between the 'Spark' in the original post, and the 'Runner 2' in post #4, and found this (in case it helps someone):

The hardware and software are the same on both watches, the only difference is in the bands and the marketing. The Spark is meant as a day-to-day watch so the strap is slimmer and all black. The Runner2 is marketed for sports so the band is a bit thicker and is multi-coloured.
#31
kristapskrumins
Just bought mine runner 2 music for £66.99
How did you get it for that price?
1 Like #32
DonkeyKonk
So you run with headphones plugged in ??
Don't think so - you use bluetooth headphones with it
2 Likes #33
Runner 2 music doesn't have a HRM hence the lower price.
To the guy who has a Samsung Fit 2, I've got one too, and a S3 Frontier (and an S2). The HRM on all of those is useless, even more useless when running... The TomTom HRM is the best wrist mounted optical sensor you can buy... the GPS is better too.
1 Like #34
mcrobbj
dewonderful
This is fine on a treadmill. But I'm sick of runners who listen to music while running in public places and have no idea what is going on around them. It's so dangerous.
The amount of times I've seen cars and cyclists having to slam on their brakes because someone wearing headphones had no idea what was going on around them because of their music.
Don't see many cars, bikes on the hills so I guess I have your permission to run with music on there.
Maybe, but depends on what you are running after on the hills
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#35
where on earth do you input the code? do i have to enter credit card/paypal details first to get to it?
#36
neosalad
where on earth do you input the code? do i have to enter credit card/paypal details first to get to it?


It's on the payment screen, you have to click on a voucher codes thing and enter your code... you don't have to input your card details first.

Edited By: mikeyfive on Feb 21, 2017 00:54
#37
mikeyfive
neosalad
where on earth do you input the code? do i have to enter credit card/paypal details first to get to it?
It's on the payment screen, you have to click on a voucher codes thing and enter your code... you don't have to input your card details first.

ive tried twice. with different e mails and there is no box to put a code in, all i am getting is the option to pay by card or paypal after inputting address, dont see anythign saying "voucher codes" on the page either

Edited By: neosalad on Feb 21, 2017 00:57
#38
neosalad
mikeyfive
neosalad
where on earth do you input the code? do i have to enter credit card/paypal details first to get to it?
It's on the payment screen, you have to click on a voucher codes thing and enter your code... you don't have to input your card details first.
ive tried twice. with different e mails and there is no box to put a code in, all i am getting is the option to pay by card or paypal after inputting address

have you tryed turning any adblocking software off? worked for me :)
#39
F... You Hotukdeals. Just bought one

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