Music & Battery Life
Previous active member when the TomTom Multisport first came out and whilst owning a Garmin I've treated myself to a Spark Cardio+Music to allow me to listen to some tunes whilst marathon training/racing.
Couple of questions for those in the know -
1. Uploaded some tunes on to my watch and it was great used with my Aftershockz headphones. The music I loaded was from iTunes Podcasts however looking to load up tunes from elsewhere to allow me to get a longer compilation session loaded (3 hrs). Apart from iTunes where else can you load up music from......is it possible to download some from YouTube or other options?
2. For those that have tried longer runs what is your experience of battery life. I plan to run marathon next week around 3hrs 10 mins and just want to ensure I don't run out of battery. I'd plan to have the watch in race mode to pace me during race, music being played and heart rate sensory on. Will the watch full charged last this time with all 3 switched on or should I switch heart rate monitor off (if that uses a lot of battery).