Fitness watch and tracker maker TomTom has launched TomTom Touch, a fitness tracker that keeps gauges your sleep, heart-rate, activity and body fat and muscle mass percentage with the touch of your wrist. It has also introduced the TomTom Adventurer GPS Outdoor watch and the TomTom Spark 3 GPS range of multisport fitness watches in India.
TomTom Touch will be exclusively available at Amazon.in at Rs 13,999. TomTom Adventurer will be available at all leading e-tailers by mid-December 2016 for Rs 25,999, while TomTom Spark 3, priced Rs 13,999 onwards, will be available at all leading e-tailers.
You can switch TomTom Touch to sport mode for running, cycling or hitting the gym. The stats and progress of your activity can be monitored on your smartphone.
The TomTom Adventurer, a GPS Outdoor Watch built for outdoor sports like hiking, trail running, skiing and snowboarding, is also equipped with a 24×7 activity tracker, multi-sport mode, built-in heart rate monitor, music player, barometer, compass and automatic lift detection for snow sports.
TomTom Spark 3 GPS Multisport Fitness watch range comes equipped with Route Exploration that helps the user easily explore new trails and find his way back. For those who are held back from taking the adventurous route out of the fear of losing track, every time a user hits the road, the GPS trace on the watch will lead the user back to the start. The routes could also be shared with friends after a run.
Andrew Cooper, senior vice-president, Asia-Pacific, TomTom International BV, said: “With TomTom Touch fitness tracker you could see how your body composition changes over time, to find out what works for you and understand how fit you are.”
Hitesh Ahuja, country manager, TomTom India, said: “India has the world’s third-highest population of obese people. Obesity is considered the core of many diseases. With Body composition analysis right at your wrist, it will be a great indicator of your overall well-being and knowing your body composition changes. Now, with this innovation, we are making technology more accessible to everyone.”
Source: Business Standards