@df130@inkognito That sounds similar to what I am experiencing and yes autolap is off. Default settings for “basic” activity. No heart rate zone target chosen. I can’t find anywhere that says what the watch is trying to tell me.
google tells me that DST in US is from March 14 2am to November 7 2am so we have another week in the states with savings time on. Another reason for DST to be abolished…everyone has a different date range that it is active for…
the “dark” in the manual is most likely referring to the backlight, not the information on the screen.
No worries, Suunto’s sports watches are designed to always show information (watch face in standby). Different than smart watches like the apple watch (or the Suunto 7), this dows not cause additional battery consumption and is the way it is supposed to be.
@isazi that’s nice. tanjong pagar is in central of singapore and also one of area that can sorely test the watch gps capability (with all the high rise office buildings). This is where i saw suunto gps algorithm makes a lot of difference (fusedtrack?)
@dimitrios-kanellopoulos Thanks very much for the fast reply. I am of course aware of the “different framerate issue” when recording screens with a camera. I just posted the video link to emphasize my point. It’s actually how i see it in real. (with my eyes and so…) Maybe it’s just me (issue with my eyes maybe …hopyfully not 😉 ) or an issue with my device. But i don’t have this problem with the white training theme on a spartan ultra. Only on the 9peek.
But it’s interesting that you don’t have this issue. Thanks for the clarification.
(I know this is again a video link, but the 9peek display and the 9baro display seem to behave different (different frame rates… or i don’t know…): see this video for example …but again …i only notice the flickering on white background. )