TomTom Spark 3 Reviewed and Rated
A fitness tracker can help you achieve your goals faster. It will measure a lot of variables, such as your heart rate, your sleep quality, the number of steps you’ve taken, and so on. Some fitness machines can track all of these numbers by themselves, but we know that they are not so accurate, so it’s better to rely on a wrist tracker. They also function as regular watches, showing you the date and time. You can connect them to your device and receive notifications from your phone so you’re connected even when you exercise. The TomTom Spark 3 can do all of that and more, so scroll down to see what it has to offer!
Lightweight and comfortable
Built-in heart rate monitor
Simple and intuitive navigation
Water-resistant up to 130 feet
Two different sizes
Can store music
Cannot show smart notifications
Trouble syncing with devices
Menu system can feel complicated
Spark 3 has a built-in heart rate monitor. Wearing a chest strap heart rate monitor is not necessary if you've got this tracker strapped to your wrist! The changes in your heart rate will make every other number the tracker shows more accurate. The GPS makes tracking the distance precisely, plus it has a neat Route Exploration mode where it shows you new ways to reach your final destination when you jog. The interval training feature allows the user to adjust their workouts and rest times, while the Race mode lets you battle your biggest enemy- yourself! You can also store some tunes on the tracker to make working out more interesting.