TomTom Spark 3 Multi Sport GPS Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor - Large Strap, Black £86 @ delivered

TomTom Spark 3 Multi Sport GPS Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor - Large Strap, Black £86 @ delivered

Found 26th Apr
  • It provides speed, pace, distance and location
  • Track your heart rate, steps, calories and sleep 24/7 and play over 500 songs from your watch
  • Track your gym workouts, runs, cycles, swims (Waterproof to 40 m) and more
  • See incoming calls and texts on your watch
  • Fitness Age - Understand your personal fitness level

Product Description

TomTom Spark 3 helps to see your heart rate on your wrist with the built-in heart rate monitor, no chest strap needed. Captures your heart rate, steps, active minutes, and calories burned throughout the day. Tracks all your sports, indoor cycling and more.

Battery life is up to 3 weeks in non-GPS mode and up to 5 hours with GPS on, music and heart rate on. Available with customisable straps.

Box ContainsBox contains: TomTom Spark 3 [specific watch], Charging Cable, Quick Start Guide
Community Updates
Correct URL with some cheap Amazon Warehouse used listings for only 53.91 euros each:…RS8


It's a good price, I've got one but the tom tom app that goes with it and you need is beyond useless. It may have been improved, but I thought mentioning.
£134.99 now - its a shame because its a good watch - have the version without the heart rate and music option - bit slow locking onto GPS sometimes but apart from that does a very good job.
Now £169.99 - how can anyone keep up with Amazon deals
I think I got this confused - deal link goes to Amazon UK site - but looking at description the deal I think is at Amazon.It - probably is still available (just the euros to pounds calculation/conversion needs to be done)
What a confusing deal. Below is the Amazon Italy link.

I'm interested to see that there are 4 Amazon Warehouse used items at 53.91 euros each.…k+3
Great price and voted hot just be aware tomtom are pulling out of the wearables market so how long they continue to support their watches could be a decider

but good watch terrible app
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