The brainchild of Nike and TomTom, the Nike+ SportWatch GPS uses data from Nike+ shoe based sensor and the watch’s built-in GPS to accurately track data from your runs. The usual data suspects: heart rate, pace, distance and calories burned can then be uploaded to Nikeplus.com where you can track progress, see your routes and manage goals. The 2.3 oz watch features a high-contrast display that can be read outdoors and a tap interface to mark laps or activate the backlight. Oh, and in case occasionally slack off on your runs, the watch will kindly remind you that you’re lazy a mere mortal and to get your procrastinating butt out the door, stat. A worthy alternative to your grandfather’s Breitling chronograph — as cool as that is. Available April 2011. Learn more.

Nike’s product video is after the jump.