@jorgefd78 nope I have not tried that. Also not possible to configure “battery” modes per sport. However, you can easily turns tones off on though and some other settings in realtime during the activity.
That said you knwo you can exit the recording app and do what you like with it.
@dulko79 only if it has not saved the latest stress level etc. That can be because those data are backed up every 30mins.
If I am correct. I had not notice any change though with soft resets but did not use the adaptive training so much when testing it.
@TELE-HO went to QS to check. I have no distance and no ascent/descent for yoga and strength activities, and the same for my indoor climbing custom activity. Also no ascent/descent for openwater swimming (but of course distance).
@Saketo-Nemo Personally I also prefer the Sport functions before the Smart functions.
But honestly speaking, where is the border between Smart and Sport watch? Are offline maps used in sport? I’m sure yes! Is the music listening used during sport (running)? Yes! Is the daily activity statistics (HR, steps, sleep) used for training / recovery plan? Yes.
Definitely these are not the core for sport, but maybe “nice to have”. I’m really OK with my Spartans, for the purpose I wanted. But every improvement / new function is welcomed. Why not?
BTW, is Fenix a Smart or Sport watch?
Just to comment, my main issues with all my Garmin watches has always been battery life. If I was lucky I would get two thirds of the advertised battery life, if not less. This is until the Fenix 5, haven’t had the 5+ or the 6. I’m talking about activity battery life, not day to day (as day to day was always good, except the 5 that was ridden with problems like no other watch in my possession). Because I like to spend long days out in the mountains this is very important to me, and THE reason why I looked at Suunto.
this whole button behaviour would be awesome to receive a little more customization… I think it would not hurt too much.
I don’t know how complex it is to setup, but I assume many users would appreciate and make use of it
I’m not so sure it’s a serious bug, it may just be that Suunto isn’t staffed to handle it in a timely fashion. From what we’ve seen from them in the last 2+ ish years since the Spartan release, to transitioning from MC to SA, to branching out to the S series product line, to now this addition of S7 Wear OS line. That means they are dealing with now what are at least 3-4+ active product lines and 1.5 to 2 app/syncing platforms. I suspect (no proof) that they are moving from ‘get this out’ to ‘get that out’ with all hands on deck. I might be wrong, but this all seems like not enough staff to handle the multiple transitions and product releases they have bitten off and be able to also squash bugs in a timely fashion. What used to be 2, 3, 4 watch firmware and feature releases per year is now much less frequent.
@silentvoyager yes i know what you mean. When I first got the watch (ambit3) i took the Garmin (watch i had before) with me for comparison. On good conditions 5sec and Garmin where both spot on. On bad conditions the 1sec made such a great track where the Garmin failed.
I think on 1 sec the gps is on permanently and can filter out ring signals quite well, where on 5 sec it struggles too like any other.
You see the goal left (time) only if you have no activities planned, otherwise the planned activities are shown.
“Cut text” is a known issue due to translations
@Brad_Olwin said in Suunto 11 wishlist:
@zhang965 said in Suunto 11 wishlist:
I just hope suunto will not release a watch like -1 nor 1…
But how about suunto 11?
A good GPS precision
A good OHR precision (both for human and banana)
A good barometer precision
22 firstbeat features (4 more only for suunto watches)
good battery (9’s battery is just so so)
steps counter for human (9’s counter is made for dogs, which means for 4 legs walking)
adding skipping rope as sport mode
good strap quality
The GPS is very good, but not quite at A3P yet…
The barometer for me is perfect, within 1 or 2 m of 4300m peaks that I summit regularly!
I don’t want payments
Firstbeat is ok but not high importance
The battery on the 9 is great, 120h on Ultra with FusedTrack providing unbelievably good tracks…SERIOUSLY what more do you need???
I think many here want Structured workouts, Training Calendar and Waypoints… But those should be able to be implemented on the S9
Yes, I don’t happy with S9’s gps because it’s not as good as a3p’s gps, I don’t even want talk about garmin.
I don’t want say more about barometer because I don’t know how to use a barometer, but I only buy watch with baro, because baro sounds good.
I only need payment when I back from running, no any penny on me but I want a bottle of water…
I don’t have any good experience with firstbeat, its recovery test always shows 15%, but fine I don’t need it but want it.
I don’t use ultra mode, in fact only once, the fusedtracked gps track shows me walking on water.