Nike+ Sportwatch GPS now available in new colour
- 19 February, 2013 10:59
The Nike+ Sportwatch GPS device is now available in a white and silver edition, joint partner TomTom has announced.
The Sportwatch GPS is a joint collaboration between Nike and with manufacturer TomTom. It is a sports watch with a built-in GPS receiver that measures and tracks time, pace, and distance.
The addition of a new white and silver edition of the device brings the Nike+ SportWatch GPS colour variants to five in total.
The fitness watch was first released in Australia in May last year but was only available in a single anthracite/volt yellow colour. Three new colours were added later including black/anthracite, volt green, and anthracite/volt green combinations.
Late last year, Nike and TomTom released a limited edition version of the Sportwatch GPS in white and gold. Only 1900 of these variants were produced.
The Nike+ SportWatch GPS watch works in tandem with the Nike+ service, where users can log running data, set goals and challenges, create a custom training program and share data through social networking services like Facebook and Twitter.
The company says its Nike+ service has "approximately 10 million members".
The white/silver version of the Nike+ SportWatch GPS will be available through selected retailers in Australia including Harvey Norman, Ryda and Myer stores. It will sell for $199.
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