@stromdiddily 😳 that function does not seem that useful to me. I prefer ther Suunto (and other brands) method: update AGPS-file whenever there is a connection to the internet/ while synchronizing.
To be able to see the information how much longer the AGPS-file is valid and helpful on the other hand looks nice … not really essential, and in a way trivial especially as one might ‘know’ that it is limited and the watch works without the AGPS-file, too, only having a (sometimes only slightly) slower GPS-fix, but nice …
But why if you can use the same Movescount account for multiple watches (or hours as you say)? Everybody is telling you to sync your watches to the same account and you always reply that it is not possible.
I don’t get it, people have been using multiple watches with the same Movescount account for ages, why wouldn’t it work for you.
Also, and believe me I don’t want to add fuel to the fire, just to add value to the conversation. As the obvious reference is to the fenix6, it seems to have a lot of problems. I don’t own it but I follow the Run4IQ facebook forums because I’m a sports watch enthusiast in general and the oximeter is working really bad. (if you want some links that talk about it, I can provide it)
Let’s leave doing medical devices, to medical devices 😉
@geoffspakes touchscreen is not the best choice when it rains.
For races and interval training button is the only option.
I moved from Vivoactive 2 (it died in pool) to Spartan Sport. I almost not using buttons.
Costumers arent changing Brands because of better hardware but because of Software,connection to other services (Suunto app should be able to read and write workouts from platforms Like trainingpeaks for example otherwise the daily calories and the Training log are nonsense btw)and not bring up features which are not as difficult to bring to life.
This is the plan. We are bringing you power charts (next android version) and laps+intervals (next iOS version).
REgarding connected services there is were we are targeting. Cannot share more though.
I noticed the Ambit and especially the S9 are missing some fundamentals like heading, bearing, course and VMG. Those fields are available in the Garmin watch @TELE-HO posted. But the watch is also twice the price of an s9
I’m running circles to find out i.e. how to get rid of notifications I have read on my new Suunto 9 BARO?
You are not alone…as of now there is no way to get rid of them from watch itself. You can do it from your phone by dismissing the notification there, and then well there are still zombie notifications (for me at least, unless you can soft reset your watch fairly regularly)…