Since the smart watch began to duplicate the functions of smartphones and was equipped with heart rate monitors, sports accessories manufacturers had to move in the same direction and abandon bulky sensors that are placed on the chest.
TomTom has become one of the first companies to market a watch with Cardiomonitor. For the people, interested in fitness, two models will be available: Runner Cardio and Multi-Sport Cardio, which became the development of an original sports watch. New items are using an optical sensor built into the bracelet, which provides the data on heart rate in real time, thus allowing the athlete to understand whether to increase or, conversely, to reduce the rate of exercise. The price claimed for the U.S. will be $269 hours for Runner Cardio and $299 for Multi-Sport Cardio.