As you can see from the chart above, the TomTom Runner 2 comes in 4 versions. The most basic version, simply called the TomTom Runner 2, provides real-time running information and comes with a multisport mode. This multisport mode is what sets the TomTom Runner 2 apart from the original TomTom Runner, which is what I am using at the moment. It costs:
The price goes up to £199.99 for the TomTom Runner 2 Cardio + Music. I’m not interested in the Cardio function and don’t listen to music while running anymore so the basic watch is best for me. I would consider the TomTom Runner 2 Music as I might want to listen again in the future. I guess I’d need to get my own Bluetooth earbuds, though.