Check out the recently announced the Polar M600GPS Smartwatch Activity Monitor with Strapless Heart Rate, but how does it compare to the Tom Tom Spark GPS? We have created a quick compare chart for your benefit.
Ambient light sensor, Accelometer, gyroscope, OHR, GPS, Glonass, vibration motor
accelerometer gyro, compass, optical heart rate monitor, vibration motor
Waterproof for swimming (IPX8)
Waterproof for swimming
Android Wear, Google Play Apps
Android and iOS App
Wi-Fi, BT, BLE
TFT Display 1,30", resolution 240 x 240, Corning Gorilla 3
22x25 mm black and white LCD
Activity/ Sport Features
Strapless Heart Rate, Activity tracking (goal, guidance, benefit, steps), sleep, training benefit, training load/recovery, event training program customizable training views, sport profiles, and training guidance, running index, calories burned, distance traveled.
Count steps, active minutes and calories through your day. It will also track sleep time. The TomTom will track running and cycling, as well as swimming, treadmill, gym workouts, indoor cycling (with a cadence sensor) and open training. Guided interval training. Goal setting audio performance feedback
3rd party Apps via Google Play
Music playback locally on wrist unit, storage for 500 songs. No support for notifications
Designed for sports with dedicated Polar button for easier usability, 24/7 usage. Changeable wristbands
LCD monochrome screen. There is a backlight, obscurely summoned by placing your hand over the display. → not a 24/7 design.
The Spark isn't touchscreen and all control is done by a four-way button under the screen