What are the differences – TomTom Spark 3, TomTom Runner 3, TomTom Adventurer

by | 13. December 2016 | Wearables | News Know-How Info | 0 comments

Runner 3, Spark 3, Adventurer – the actual TomTom wearables for running, fitness and outdoor. But what are the differences?

At first glance, it looks like that Runner 3 and Spark 3 are identically. Right, in terms of functionality, but TomTom equips them with different straps (colors, Spark straps shall be more comfortable).

The Adventurer – compared to Runner 3 / Spark 3 – offers more outdoor features and functionality like an altimeter, an extra long battery life or additional sports modes. The Adventurer design is a bit different too: better screen protection and other straps.

TomTom Adventurer Display
TomTom Runner 3 Display

Adventurer (left) vs. Runner 3 / Spark 3 (right): Adventurer offers a better screen protection

Spark 3Runner 3Adventurer
Products
  • Spark 3
  • Spark 3 Music + Headphones
  • Spark 3 Cardio
  • Spark 3 Cardio + Music

(depending on your country)

  • Runner 3
  • Runner 3 Music + Headphones
  • Runner 3 Cardio
  • Runner 3 Cardio + Music

(depending on your country)

  • Adventurer
AmazonSpark 3Runner 3Adventurer
Hardware
Built-in heart rate monitor
GPS
Barometer
Compass
Water resistent (40 m, 5 ATM)
Customizable straps
Strap sizeS, LS, LL
Integrated music player (3 GB)
Extra long battery life
One button control
Sports Modes
Running
Treadmill
Trail Running
Hiking
Cycling
Indoor-Cycling
Swimming
Ski
Snowboard
Gym
Freestyle
Stopwatch
Trainingsmodi
Goals (distance, time, calories)
Intervals
Laps (time, distance, manual)
Zones (pace, speed, heart, cadence)
Race (recent, My Sports, custom)
More
24/7 Activity tracking (heart rate, steps, aktive Minuten, calories)
Audio performance feedback
Automatic lift detection
Automatic sleep tracking
QuickGPS
Wireless syncing
Trail exploration
AmazonSpark 3Runner 3Adventurer
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