GPS accuracy issues?
Re: GPS normal?
Interestingly, lately (last few weeks, I am getting parts of the recorded tracks a bit off (I bike on the road, but the track is to one or the other side). this is happening on a short section (1-2 km). Terrain might be difficult (a lot of trees), but it should not be an issue (you can see the sky over the road).
Today I took my Ambit 3, as well, and it did not have any issues.
The problems seem to happen on fast downhill descents (50+ km/h).
I used to have the standard GPS settings (GPS+QZSS), lately i added Galileo. I did not notice any difference, to be honest.
two different days, two different GPS conditions. To say a watch is not good, but the other is, they must measure the same track, the same day, the same side of the body.
For sure, one could be better, but can’t be said if not measuring exactly the same thing (satellites positions + system behind can heaviliy change)
@mdzott I am having the same problem with my s9b.
Tried to contact the support, but never got a reply.
But no answer in the chat via app, since a couple of days no agent available on their website and no telephone number to call.
edit via facebook someone replied after 2h. Really nice, but couldn’t say much and I could send the watch to Suunto.
@theguyfromthesummit you also have suddenly issues ?
I recently opened this thread regarding my GPS problems
@mff73 i took A3P and the S9B on the same trip (A3P in the saddle bag; S9B on the wrist). And there was a difference - A3P never wandered off the road, the S9B did. They also reported different ascent (as usual S9B was lower), but this is a topic for another thread.