Outdoor Watch Face explanation?
Greetings. I love my Suunto 9 Peak, but I’m a bit frustrated by the lack of info on things. Case in point, I use the Outdoor Watch Face and prefer the one with daylight in the outdoor ring, barometric pressure on the inside ring and altitude in the middle (clock time takes up the entire bottom half of the watch face, which is too much in my opinion, but I’ll live with that). The Baro ring has darker shading on the left and right sides of the ring, with lighter shading in the middle. There is a white line through that lighter shade that I assume details the existing pressure (as it details the TOD in the outer sunlight ring), but I don’t know whether there is any way to read in that ring whether pressure is rising or falling. Have any of you figured that out?
@revcp in some cases you can derive the trend from that graph, but you need to look at it often
If the vertical line is at the right of the light area, pressure is probably rising, if the vertical is at the left of the light are, pressure is probably dropping. Those are the cases where you can derive the trend without looking at the graph much. In other cases, you need to check with your eyes and see if the light area is growing on the right or left.
Probably easier to just touch the screen and check the arrow
@isazi makes sense. Thanks.