I have done a couple of runs using both watches. S9 with chest strap.
All values like calories, rest time, heart rate, PTE etc. match well.
EPOC does not and is 80% higher, on the S9.
It is because FB vo2 max estimation is very bad if you are not a runner and Don’t do a proper vo2 max test on S9, it will output very large epoc value because it thinks you are in worse shape than what you are.
For example if you do a run after a 90km bike ride, s9b will think you are a couch potato. It does not test your vo2 max based on power meter on a bike ride, and it forgets that you had a long activity, it only test your last activity and estimates calorie and epoc based on your last walk/run. For me it goes from good to very poor in a day. When measuing my work output of 1MJ calores should be around 1000-1300 but in my case it said it was over 1800.
@Dario-Oss-Papot which app are you using? The Suunto App on the S7 does not allow you to follow tracks, you’ll have to use something like viewranger or other apps. Many are mentioned in the forum if you use the search function.
@Pete-Nevard the gpx from geocaching is a list of 1 or more discrete positions.
Suunto App reads tracks (optionally with embedded waypoints).
I would look out for other apps to do this - the built in Suunto App is for activity tracking.
@juanito oui, si tu parles des écrans de profils sportifs comme sur la Ambit 3, il faut se rendre sur l’app Suunto sur le téléphone, sélectionner la montre suunto 7 une fois apairée puis sélectionner personnaliser les profils sportifs.