TomTom Cardio Series
Everything the TomTom Multi-sport and TomTom Runner GPS does, but with built-in, strapless heart rate monitor. No chest strap required! Get accurate heart rate information without the need for a separate chest strap. Your heart rate is measured through a sensor in the watch that monitors changes in the blood flow in your wrists.
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