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Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)

Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)
Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)


Product Added : December 17th, 2013
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Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)


Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)

What is the Nike+ SportWatch GPS?

Combining Nike’s understanding of the athlete with the GPS expertise of TomTom, Nike+ SportWatch GPS is a game changer for runners. Nike+ SportWatch GPS powered by TomTom uses both GPS technology and the Nike+ shoe sensor (sold separately) to capture every step of your run. Runners can then upload their data to the nikeplus.com website, where new mapping features allow them to see their runs and find popular routes, track their goals, receive coaching tips, challenge friends, and share their progress through Facebook and Twitter.

Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom
Tracks your time, distance, pace, heart rate and calories burned.

Keep Track

  • See or hear your distance, pace, time and calories burned
  • Get detail on every run when you upload to Nike+
Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom
Personalize the data that you want to see during your run.

Get a Push

  • Set goals to keep you moving
  • Use Nike+ Challenges to motivate yourself and others
  • Get custom training programs that help you prepare for a race, event or sport
  • Receive trophies, medals and attaboys as rewards for your efforts
Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom
Battery life: 8 hours of run time with GPS and sensor turned on. Standby for up to 50 days.

Stay Connected

  • Use Nike+ to stay connected with your friends and millions of runners worldwide
  • Find the most popular areas to run

Quick Start:

GPS and the Nike+ sensor combine to give you accurate info -­-­ indoors or out -­-­ without the wait. Using the Nike+ sensor (sold separately), you can start a run without having a GPS signal. Also, if you’re running outdoors in an urban canyon or tunnel where the GPS signal is obstructed, the Nike+ sensor kicks in for seamless data tracking.

Personal Coach: Reminds you to run, stores your Nike+ run history, and remembers your PRs. Set up the type of program you want based on your experience level, event distance and how frequently you are able to run each week. Nike+ Coach will track your individual runs via graphs, allowing you to compare your times and better understand the trends in your overall performance. You’ll also get tips and advice to ensure you’re training properly.

What’s in the Box

Nike+ SportWatch GPS, Quick-start Guide, USB Cable (for Hard-to-access USB Ports)

Features:

Stopwatch: You can start, stop, pause and mark up to 50 laps by tapping the screen. Once you are done, you can review your total time, best lap time, average lap time or individual lap times. This data is stored on your watch until you rest it and will not be uploaded to nikeplus.com.

Alarm: You can set an alarm on your watch. When the alarm is set there is a visual indication on the watch face.

Time Set: The time of day or date can be set on the watch without needing to plug it in and use Nike+ Connect.

Pace/Speed: Runners can now choose between displaying pace and displaying speed on the watch.

Laps: The sensitivity of the tap feature has been improved so that users can confidently get a tap when they want, and not when they don’t.

Ultimate Tracker:

Tracks your time, distance, pace, heart rate and calories burned. Nike+ SportWatch GPS works with the Polar Wearlink Transmitter to track your beats per minute.

Inverted Screen: The screen can be inverted to display black text on a white background for those runners that prefer it.

Favorite Metric: Runners can choose between displaying lap time or a different favorite metric when in auto or manual laps mode.

Auto-Looping Metrics: In addition to pushing the buttons to scroll through secondary metrics, runners have the option for their metrics auto-­loop.

  • Water resistant Nike+ SportWatch features TomTom GPS for accurate speed and distance information, indoors or out–even if the GPS signal gets interrupted
  • Track your time, distance, pace or speed, beats per minute (BPM) heart rate (with optional HRM sensor sold separately by Polar) and calories burned; view your mapped route with pace data/changes in elevation on Nikeplus.com
  • Track NikeFuel on Nikeplus.com after every run; Time/Date set feature
  • Rechargeable lithium polymer battery charges via USB, provides eight hours of run time with the GPS and sensor both turned on, up to 50 days of standby power
  • Join challenges and connect with friends as a member of Nikeplus.com-view/share routes, find popular running areas, share activity on Facebook or Twitter
  • Track your time, distance, pace or speed, beats per minute (BPM) heart rate (with optional HRM sensor sold separately by Polar), and calories burned; view your mapped route with pace data/changes in elevation on Nikeplus.com

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Question by cutthroatcoltyn: Is there a way to jam or throw off a gps for a phone?
My dad put a cell phone tracker on my phone to where he’ll always know where im at. Is there a possible way to say im somewhere else or make it to where he doesn’t know where im at at all? I need some hardcore help on this cause i tend to party a lot and ill be driving soon.
My dad put a cell phone tracker on my phone to where he’ll always know where im at. Is there a possible way to say im somewhere else or make it to where he doesn’t know where im at at all? I need some hardcore help on this cause i tend to party a lot and ill be driving soon. And by the way I’m 15 and can’t move out or anything, to the first two answers.

Best answer:

Answer by THE UNCOOL 1
The easiest way is to move out. When you have your own place & pay all your own bills, including the cellphone bill, your Dad can’t tell you what to do.
Drinking & driving is never a smart idea!!!

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What customers say about Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom- Sensor Not Included (Anthracite/Blue Glow)?

  1. 385 of 416 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Has some flaws, but gets the job done, July 14, 2011
    By 
    B. Wueste (Boston, MA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    First word of advice – do not buy this watch on Amazon.com until the product is available for the MSRP of $199.99 that it is currently selling for on the manufacturer website.

    Initial Setup

    The packaging for this watch is compact and easy to open – very similar to how Apple packages their nanos and related products. The box contained the watch, a foot pod, cord, and very very brief instructions. The instructions basically tell you to plug the watch into your computer and download the user guide (and then this is repeated in 15 different languages). The edge of the watchband serves as a USB port so you literally just plug the watch right into the computer. This port has a plastic hinge which I’m already afraid will break, but so far so good. Once plugged you download some software and either set up a nikeplus account or login using your existing nikeplus account. While your watch is charging you can customize your settings giving you a display that most interests you (i.e. average pace, distance, clock, etc.)

    Nikeplus.com

    If you’ve been using nike+ products with your iphone or your ipod nano then you can simply login with your same username and life is good. If you’re new to nikeplus you have to set up a free account. Nikeplus has some issues like it’s not great on Macs and sometimes it repeatedly asks you to login, but once you’re in it’s a pretty user friendly basic site. Runs are tracked showing mile splits and you can set up goals, challenges, or training plans. The GPS feature adds some really new and beneficial features to nikeplus where you can see your run mapped out and it shows you the spots where you ran the fastest and the slowest.

    I don’t understand all the reviews completely bashing the website – maybe they’re all Mac users? It’s annoying that it always asks you to login every single time, but the data displayed on the GPS route is everything I need (mile/lap splits, elevation, fastest/slowest point, etc.)

    Running Experience

    So far I’ve had no problems connecting to GPS and the watch has measured out extremely close to what my previous nike+ shoe sensor (and mapmyrun) was telling me. The watch is definitely less bulky than some of those older Garmin models and it fits very well. The plastic fittings make me a little nervous, but better than having hot metal against you skin I suppose. I have big clumsy fingers and I can press the buttons no problem in order to cycle through the stats that I want.

    I’ve gone on about 30 runs and 26 of those time the watched linked perfectly and worked flawlessly. 2 times the watch never could link to a satellite so I was stuck running with only the footpod, which yields slightly different results than using GPS. Another 2 times about 5 minutes into the run my average pace would start to sore up into the 4:00/mile pace, which clearly was faster than I was actually moving. Ending that run and starting another fixes the problem, but you have to delete that messed up run from the website or all of your records will be skewed. (The GPS map of that messed up run showed me running straight through a mountain and a lake – clearly a satellite issue). I also lost a few runs in the beginning because of some issue connecting the watch to my computer, but that issue has not happened again thankfully.

    Final Thoughts

    The watch itself is great and so easy to use and see while running. You can easily take the data from the watch and track your progress in Excel, which isn’t a bad idea given some of the website issues/bugs. I wasn’t willing to spend twice as much on a new Garmin so I’m willing to accept some of the risks that come with this product. As a novice/intermediate runner this has really helped me get more out of my training, particularly my interval and tempo workouts where I can set laps in minutes or meters and really make sure I’m training appropriately.

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  2. 165 of 180 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nike Plus for Marathon Training, December 4, 2011
    By 
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    I’ve run 6 marathons so far (a little over 1 per year), and always love to have new technology to play with during training. I bought the Nike Sportwatch shortly after it came out. I was not impressed. It really liked a lot of critical features, and the website was constantly having issue.

    Multiple months and 600+ mileson it later, I’m happy to say that I really enjoy it. Nike has been incredible about this launch. Every couple of months they’ve continuously added more and more new features. The website is still slow, but they are launching a new one in ealy 2012. The new features on this watch put it among the best out there.

    New features:
    - Walk/Run timer (interval timer as well)
    - Avg, Pace
    - Improved Mapping
    - Set time on the device (no computer needed)
    - Incredibly fast satellite connection (even in the city)
    - Auto calibration of foot pod
    - Faster upload speeds to add your runs
    - Integration with Facebook

    All in all, a great watch. This one will work for new runners and advanced runners. The only people that this isn’t a great choice or is ultramarathon ruuners. Battery life with GPS is 8-10 hours…not long enough for a 50-80 KM.

    Having owned Polar RS800, Polar RCX5, Garmin 305, Garmin 310XT, and Garmin 210, I would put this up there as one of my faorites. The website is the best one out there, and the sites detailed training programs are worth using to achieve your best time yet.

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  3. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    35 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply not sweatproof!, August 15, 2012
    By 
    H. Seynaeve
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    After just 1 month watch face fogged up suddenly during a long hot summer cross country team practice in southern CA. Errattic function followed with on/off glitches. Just three days later display went completely black. Recharge and redownload did nothing. Just DIED!! I see other cross country runners have similar complaints about the product especially during this brutal August when sweating is profuse! Clearly water resistance and sweat resistance are serious flaws. Nike seems to know the “fog” problem so i strongly recommend calling Nilke at 1-800-379-6453 and arranging an “advanced exchange” if you
    LOvE how this watch works on a good day!!! Definitely a love/hate
    Relationship so far! I’m hoping mine was just a lemon —-
    but beware there are clear complaints on their own website and Amazon of 2-9 returns for crashing over just
    A few months!! Yikes!!!!

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    Aug 16, 2012 8:30:26 AM PDT

    NikePlus says:
    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi H. Seynaeve – We apologize for your frustration with your SportWatch. We’d like to continue troubleshooting with you live over the phone. Give us a call at 1-800-379-6453, 5am-10pm PDT, 7 days a week. We look forward to your call.
     
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  6. There are ways that cost money,
    but your best bet is to get a job and get your own contract, and if you’re too young for that,
    then your dad is perfectly justified in putting a tracker on your phone.





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