I’m not really sure that lithium is the best option for a watch crown button, lithium grease is usually used for heavy duty or high speed component.
I’m afraid it will act as a dust trap in long term
Maybe some gentle compressed air shot or just rinse it with luke warm water.
@Elipsus Thanks for the reply. I’ll do your suggestion of letting the battery fully discharge before recharging the first time. Also thank you for the information on the sleep tracking and the raise to wake. I couldn’t figure out what the Low and High was for the Raise to wake but understand it now. Thanks, Stephen.
Interesting - I thought that maybe there was some incompatibility with intervals.icu, or that I’d done something wrong, and that was why i wasn’t getting out of zone alerts. So I agree with the far-blue, that this is something that should be supported in guides. An additional complication is that the display of phased workout information is very small, and not easy to read (Vertical).
While it’s great that Suunto has support for a whole bunch of different training platforms, out-of-zone alarm functionality should really be present. And the display of info for phased workouts could be much more legible.
@DrSilverthorn with the exception of one blip at the beginning of one run, it’s worked perfectly fine for me. HR for similar runs using Fenix are very close to this (can’t completely compare due to weather/alcohol intake the previous night).
Not poking anyone and really not wanting to offend, but I see a number of these comments that ‘my Suunto is not the same as my…’ I work in the world of metrology, where nothing is ‘correct’ in absolute terms: i.e. everything has a level of permissible error. I have many conversations about this: just because you compare one thing with another, neither is necessarily ‘right.’ It’s a comparison between two devices. Arguably, the Suunto may be more accurate than the Garmin!