TomTom Touch offered great potential when it first came out. It provides many high-end features such as an interactive touch screen, the ability to measure the heart rate of its wearer, and its way of handling smartphone notifications. However, the battery life is not that great and it could be improved by the better handling of fitness goals.
Pros / What Customers Like:
It’s always great to see a fitness tracker with the option to measure your heart rate. It’s a great way of keeping up with your fitness level.
There is also a stopwatch feature you can use to measure certain activities.
TomTom touch offers some features usually seen exclusively on smartwatches.
Even though it’s a technological device, it can still be worn in the shower.
The design is quite modern and customers are generally happy with the way it looks
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
Customers have reported that it takes a lot of time for the tracker to successfully pair with your smartphone.
They are also quite unhappy with the user interface and everyone is struggling to read their data correctly.
The battery can only last for about three days.
Once you have used TomTom Touch for a couple of days, it can be very disappointing to see where your money left. The band itself has a hefty price on it and it was to be expected because of its advanced functionality. However, it fails to satisfy its users with its software as well as with its hardware. Some customers have reported that it tends to fall off their hands for no reason because it's not safely attached. They could have made it much better since they already offered high-end functions which could have worked out just perfectly.