you’re probably right, I’m just a little bit crazy, I like to think that a little glass can make the difference in a more important “bang”. Knowing that my screen is immaculate under the protective glass makes me feel at peace with myself 🙃
After a few months of using Facer, I can tell you that for the delay you are right (I have a lot of data on my dial including the steps, the heartbeat, the high rudeness, the temperature, the humidity, percentage of the battery as well as, of course, time and date). But for the consumption I have to contradict you: despite the absence of a lot of data on the dial, the battery consumption is aligned with that of the Suunto original dials, that is 2 days in smartwatch mode with bluetooth and wifi always active. The battery drop, now I think we have clarified it, and when the watch uses GPS, that is, in sports activities with Suunto App. (We talked about the maximum autonomy of 5h in sports such as ski mountaineering or trail running)
I’ll give that a try @Jamie-BG .
In my post here on this forum "new Suunto 7 user " you can read the reason for switching.
I had worse heartrate readings, did not had continious heartrate at all, and scattered all over.
Now I do have consistent heartreadings.
why doesn’t this happen in my S7? I can only turn it back on if I conclude the procedure I described earlier. So does this mean that our S7, although updated to the latest firmware, are not all the same? I begin to understand little with this watch