@Mff73 I have seen that it is possible to change the order of the widgets on SA but if I visit the widget menu on the watch the order is not congruent with that of SA.
Not a problem of course, just saying
You have no need to decode DRM with suunto. There are many music tracks converts like Apple Music Unlocker for you to use. You can download the tracks for free with this tool, and then import them to your suunto. So that you can listen to the songs even without Internet.
I really don’t think you can go wrong these days no matter which fitness platform you use
Wow, impressive review, thanks for that! I wrote a long post about my own odyssey through the Smartwatch jungle 🙂 but I found, that I got lost in all the features and I could not find the ideal watch. For me Suunto has some „sophisticated simplicity“ which makes me feel „home“. It does want I need and I can trust the data (besides Resources atm 😜). The only other brand I really trust like that and that has the same “magic” for me is Polar and I still have my trusted Vantage M which I use from time to time. My son owns and is a great fan of Apple Watches and I can use one whenever I like. The battery is just too weak for me using it as a sportswatch, but the sensors are really great and HR and other data from it is impressively correct and trustworthy.
Is there any possibility to transfer the tags of the moves to another plattform? I will miss them…I used movescount for searching of activity data of past activities still quite often in the last months.
It’s more of a general question and by “another platform” you don’t mean Suunto App?
If that platform can import tags or you just want to append those to the description field and you can go though data wrangling step yourself and all you are missing are Movescount tags (and perhaps descriptions and all other meta-data) in some machine-readable format (like json) or you just want to create a spreadsheet with descriptions and tags and dates and everything for searching for your past activities, then sure, it’s all in the MoveList - https://www.movescount.com/Move/MoveList
Right now, my battery level is 10%. Battery estimate for Running (Basic) in Performance mode (no SuuntoPlus apps, etc.) is 4h. Shouldn’t this be closer to 6h according to expected 60h battery life on full charge?
@Brad_Olwin thanks this is helpful. its a bit hard to find some of the more elevation oriented information on a variety of devices online…not very many of the user guides or forums or reviews really address it specifically enough, though this one is probably by far the best and most thorough place!
here’s one issue I can not explain…
I’ve started at my doorstep with clearly wrong altitude and observed how fusedalti had corrected altitude after the first “hill”.
the route should be 99.something% symmetrical but a alti drop happened 1/3rd way back and it remained wrongish. the graph itself does not look like the sensor was blocked. no up or down spikes.
but the last bit on the way home has a different shape than the start that was corrected by fusedalti.
it would be interesting how often fusedalti kicks in and if it also considers gps signal strength for accuracy? I think it does, because if gps height is several meters off, it would unnecessarily “correct” an almost correct value.
In light mode, the screen is dark and the data labels disappear.
I have the same issue on my S9B with the latest official software version. I hope it will be fixed.
We know that an update for the new models will arrive soon.
Although the S9B will not receive new functions, do you know if this problem with the guides will be resolved soon?
Thank you! @althaea35@halajos
@wotuslink text Now they have adjusted the data on SUUNTO website in the image from 13mm to 10,6mm. In reality the OHR sensor is “pressing about 2mm into the skin”, but you don’t feel that. The total height on a flat table is 13mm. IMG_20210701_171909~2.jpg