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Syncs with Polar heart-rate straps for pulse-based calorie counting.
Foot pod auto calibrates via GPS.
Just 16 mm thick and 66 grams.
Cheaper and better-looking than its competitors.
Thin enough to wear as an everyday watch.
Online ecosystem is incredibly beneficial.
Integrated USB connectors.
Long battery life.
Web component is a great resource for tracking workouts and getting training tips.
Buttons and tap-for-lap.
Ergonomically for runners.
Too simple for competitive athletes.
No heart-rate zones.
Must upload for elevation data.
The Nike+ GPS app can do almost all the same things for 1/100th the cost.
Heart rate monitor sold separately.
Requires calibration for indoor running.
No cycling (MPH) mode.
Feels big and heavy on your wrist.
No music options.
Not practical for everyday wear.
Using Nike+ sensor requires Nike shoes.
Little flexibility and zero non-running features.
By Good Gear Guide on May 18, 2012
The Nike+ SportWatch GPS is definitely worth a look if you're after a watch to monitor your running. It's easy to use, comfortable to wear and the Nike+ service is a great way to keep track of your run data. However, more advanced users may...70
By GeekZone on April 04, 2012
The Nike+ Sportwatch GPS is one of those things you think you can do without, but once you try one you then realise it actually fits right in. As a watch, its oversized case, super wide strap with wild colours (mine is black with a vivid yellow) might...-
By 5FWD on December 09, 2011
The Nike+ SportsWatch is a neat and highly practical sports training watch that helps you with your training regime by telling you how far and how fast you’ve run. Sure, it’s not the cheapest on the market but we’ve found it to be one...80
By The Lobe and Mail on October 27, 2011
Since 2003, I’ve tried several fitness accessories that use the GPS system to tell you how far and how fast you’re running. I’ve generally liked them, except for the fact that they don’t work well in big cities.Many runners I...-
By DigitalVersus on October 20, 2011
The Nike+ SportWatch is an excellent running companion. Nike and TomTom have clearly thought long and hard about the user experience and have pulled the whole thing off pretty well. It's not perfect, as several features still need improving, but we...80
By PC Advisor on July 15, 2011
We really like the Nike+ Sportswatch. It’s a stylish device that functions great and links up (and adds to) the data you might already be capturing with a Nike+ on your iPod or iPhone. It’s great to map your runs as well as just track them....-
By Wired on July 05, 2011
The big numbers and three-button interface let you check training data without breaking stride. Stuck on the treadmill? The included foot pod (not pictured) works indoors and is almost as accurate as the GPS. It all means you can focus on running. Yet...90
By Mac|Life on June 20, 2011
If you already have an iPhone, the SportWatch might seem like overkill. But for serious athletes (and anyone who doesn’t already have a Nike+ device), this is one piece of tech that can take some of the pain out of your daily workout. Product GPS...70
By Pocket-lint on June 14, 2011
The overall design and simplicity of operation make the Nike+ SportWatch GPS worth the...90
By cnet on May 28, 2011
For runners looking to keep track of their workouts, the Nike+ SportWatch GPS offers a very attractive and simple solution, but it's on the pricier...77