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SUUNTO Spartan Trainer Wrist HR
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- Battery life up to 10 hours in training mode
- GPS tracking with speed, pace, and distance
- Ready for all your sports: swimming, running, cycling, gym, hiking, and more
- Convenient wrist-based heart RATE
- Compact size and optimal fit for sports and daily wear
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Suunto has been at the forefront of design and innovation for sports watches and instruments for over 80 years. The word 'Suunto' comes from the Finnish word meaning 'direction.' Suunto is pronounced 'Soon-toh.'
Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist Hr
Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR is a beautifully designed GPS watch with optimal fit, ready to train how you want – whether you swim, cycle, hit the gym or run trails. Featuring convenient wrist heart rate measurement, the Trainer tracks your activity, calories, and steps 24/7. Versatile sport and outdoor features make Spartan Trainer a natural partner as you push the city limits – and your own!
Ready For All Your Sports
Training with Spartan Trainer is simple and enjoyable. It uses GPS to measure speed, pace, distance and altitude. With 80 sport modes pre-installed to the watch, it is ready for nearly any sport, right out of the box. Sport-specific displays for running, cycling and swimming display relevant, real-time training data based on clear graphs.
Stay Active And Fit
Clear, easy-to-follow color graphs provide 24/7 feedback about your activity levels, while daily targets for steps and calories help you stay fit. A daily heart rate screen also displays your minimum (rest) heart rate, making it easier to monitor recovery. Wear the watch overnight and you will see how many hours you sleep and your average heart rate during the night. View a summary of your activity levels on a 7-day or 30-day trend.
Expand Your Boundaries
True to Suunto’s outdoor and adventure heritage, the Spartan Trainer comes with GPS route navigation and an automatic breadcrumb view, making it easy to discover new routes and places, yet ensuring you will always find your way back home. Join the Suunto Movescount service to create routes of your own, or browse new training locations and routes using heatmaps.
|Suunto 3 Fitness||Suunto Spartan Trainer||Suunto Spartan Sport||Suunto Spartan Sport Baro||Suunto 9||Suunto 9 Baro|
|Weight||36 grams||56 grams||74 grams||74 grams||79 grams||76-81 grams|
|Water Resistance||30 meters||50 meters||100 meters||100 meters||100 meters||100 meters|
|Battery Life||- Training mode without GPS: 40h - With 24/7 tracking and notifications: 5 days - Time mode: 10 days - Training mode with GPS: 30h||- Time Mode: 14 days - Training Mode with GPS: 10h/ 16h/ 30h - With 24 hour tracking and mobile notifications: 7 days||Time Mode: 14 days||Time Mode: 14 days||With intelligent battery mode: 25h/ 50h/ 120h||With intelligent battery mode: 25h/ 50h/ 120h|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth Smart; compatible with smartphone||Bluetooth Smart and Suunto Movescount App Compatible with: Strava, TrainingPeaks, MapMyFitness and others||Bluetooth Smart and Suunto Movescount App Compatible with: Strava, TrainingPeaks, MapMyFitness and others||Bluetooth Smart and Suunto Movescount App Compatible with: Strava, TrainingPeaks, MapMyFitness and others||Bluetooth Smart and Suunto Movescount App||Bluetooth Smart, Suunto Movescount and other online sports communities.|
|Satellite System||Connected GPS||GPS||GPS, Glonass||GPS, Glonass||GPS, Fusedtrack||GPS, Fusedtrack|
|Sport Modes||70 sport modes||Customizable in Suunto Movescount App||Customizable in Suunto Movescount App||Customizable in Suunto Movescount App||80+ sports and multisport events||80+ sports and multisport events|
|Sleep Tracking||Duration and quality||Duration; Average HR during sleep||Duration; Average HR during sleep||Duration; Average HR during sleep||Duration, average HR during sleep||Duration, average HR during sleep|
|Weather||Sunrise, Sunset, Move Altitude Graph||Sunrise, Sunset, Move Altitude Graph||Sunrise, Sunset, Move Altitude Graph||Sunrise, Sunset, Storm Alarm, Temperature, Alti/Baro Profile, Pressure Resolution, Move Altitude Graph||Sunrise, Sunset, Move Altitude Graph||Sunrise, Sunset, Storm Alarm, Temperature, Alti/Baro Profile, Pressure Resolution, Move Altitude Graph|
|Multiple Color Offerings||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Suunto was born in 1936 when Finnish orienteer and engineer Tuomas Vohlonen invented the mass production method for the liquid-filled compass. Since then, Suunto has been at the forefront of design and innovation for sports watches, dive computers and sports instruments used by adventurers all over the globe. From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, Suunto physically and mentally equips outdoor adventurers to conquer new territory.
Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR :: Suunto Spartan Trainer is a beautifully designed GPS watch with optimal fit, ready to train how you want whether you swim, cycle, hit the gym or run trails. Featuring convenient wrist HR measurement, the Trainer tracks your activity with calories and steps 24/7. Versatile sport and outdoor features make Spartan Trainer a natural partner as you push the city limits and your own!
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I want to love this watch but the pedometer has been way off consistently. For example, I counted 300 steps and it counted less than 10. The heart rate sensor has been erratic at times during workouts on a treadmill while my Gear Sport was almost perfect against a chest heart rate monitor performing the same workout. I love the weight, look, and feel of the watch on my wrist and the functionality that it offers, such as breadcrumbing and the ability to create and follow routes, mark points of interest, etc. Actually, I chose this particular watch for its hiking features since my other fitness watches (Fitbit Blaze, Gear Sport) don't offer the hiking features I need. I'm going to exchange it because hopefully I just got one with some issues because other reviews have been much better than what I have experienced. I'll update my review when I get the replacement.
Hardware is pretty great. It's got a pretty standard sporty look to it, and as such is not extremely stylish; however, I find that I feel comfortable wearing this watch in most situations save for the dressiest. It's rugged and it seems like it will hold up well over time.
The software that comes loaded on this watch is pretty plain--it's easy enough to get from menu to menu and there's nothing that's too unintuitive. After about a day and a half with the watch, I was very comfortable navigating it. There's a bit of lag here and there but nothing too atrocious. There are a couple of very strange quirks that I have run into in my two weeks with the watch. The first is that the watch face will randomly shut off for 10-15 seconds with no warning at the most random times. Nothing really happens--as soon as the screen comes back on it's perfectly fine. This is a bit infuriating when (heaven forbid) I use the watch to do its most basic function--tell the time. I've also seen the watch showing a completely incorrect time for about 10-15 seconds. Just like with the screen shutting off, the watch reverts back to normal as soon as the time corrects itself, with seemingly no ill effects. These two things are very small but they are pretty annoying to me.
This watch counts your steps and calories burned. Both values seem to be reasonable to me, though I must confess that I don't have anything to measure them against. Suunto boasts 24/7 HR tracking on the watch which you can turn on through the settings on the watch itself. This seems great, and it's a feature that I was very excited for until I discovered that the data is not recorded anywhere except on the watch for 12 hours. What? This makes no sense to me. The point of 24/7 HR is to be able to see HR trends across time and how your resting heart rate changes. But since neither Suunto's mobile app nor its computer app record this data, the 24/7 HR is little more than a superfluous waste of battery.
This is where the watch really shines. I've taken it out on a few runs in the city and the GPS has performed admirably. Average error is in the 2-3% range over 6-9 miles which is more than good enough for me (this was done by comparing the reported distance to distance mapped out on a run mapping website). HR tracking was very solid through all of my runs and workouts with the watch. No complaints here. One thing that I will mention is that I'm wary of a botched sync. Lost data is absolutely unacceptable for me, and issues with syncing have been reported by other users. So far everything's been good so far, but if the watch screws up syncing data at all, I'll update this review.
Suunto offers a small range of watch faces to choose from, none horrific, but most not extremely inspiring either. There's two that I really like. The back light is as bright as a lighthouse and I rarely use it. Without it, the watch face is usually readable, albeit a bit dim. Battery life is good--I average 5 days working out 3 or four of those days. This is with 24/7 HR reading off though, so I'm not sure how that would impact battery life, but it's not at all useful for reasons listed below.
Overall this is a good watch, at a very good price point. It's hobbled by it's firmware which is a solvable issue. However, tech companies seem to be more focused on adding new shiny things than producing quality firmware. It's a shame that the software is not better--if it were, this watch would be an absolute slam dunk.
Suunto customer service has been great and replaced one watch and one band, and I foolishly bought a another one because the feature set is huge for a great price.
Sadly the mechanical design is insufficient for what I need the watch for and I would recommend any other watch that doesn't use 4 tiny screws instead of full pins to hold watchbands on. I'm also not certain what's going on with the clasp, but with small impacts, I've broken 3 of these on the 5 watchbands, as well. You would think the band would rip before the metal clasp? Not so much.
I really want to like this product, but I can't recommend it.
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This was my first look at a Suunto product and I chose it based on the features it has, the reasonable price and the generally favourable reviews it has received here and elewhere.
The watch did not, however, live up to expectations, nor even come close.
The most immediately noticeable issue is the user interface which is just horrible. Navigating around the menus is counterintuitive and frustrating and you quicky find it doesn't quite do what you want/expect in many cases.
You can argue that given a bit of time you can get used to anything new and learn to live with things that are not quite as you would like, but to make that effort first requires that the device actually functions correctly and records data reasonably accurately.
Sadly not so for the watch I received.
Heart Rate measurement was consistenly low, even if I warmed up as suggested prior to starting an activity.
Since many of the calculations the watch makes as part of it's activity tracking functions use the heart rate data, constantly incorrect measurement means these calculations are no good either.
This problem alone would be enough for the device to fail, but it has another trick up its' sleeve - it cannot count steps.
I really do not know what it counts, but the numbers it comes up with bear no proximity to actual steps counted manually.
During a power walk it registered roughly every other step. That's right, half!
During a whole morning of gentle walking which should have been in the region of 18000 steps based on the distance covered, it eventually clocked 10000.
No matter how much or little money you spend on an activity tracking device, the one thing before anything else it should be able to do is count steps reasonably accurately. Lesser ones are prone to counting movements other than steps in the total, something you can take measures to mitigate, but there is no hope if your device cannot even tell when you're walking at all!
I know there is every chance I got a duff one. It happens. But unfortunately I don't spend this kind of money to put up with duffs.
I returned it for full refund and went back to my Garmin which still works fine.
Came perfect and within time.
I am not a fan of Moves count the app but it is "Okay".
The 4 stars here is because I developed a rash by wearing it ... I keep putting rash creams and stuff and I dry the area underneath it regularly when it gets wet and I take all precautions, when I did a hike in a very cold weather I had this horrible rash and I have been trying to fix my rest for 4 days now and not able to wear the watch!
I am not allergic to anything and I wear watches all the time, and never had this before! The rash marks always look like the heart rate sensor, so I am not sure if the heart rate sensor is the reason or what! I still can't figure out what is the problem!
So if you have a sensitive skin, you have to read more about this!
Update: Had it for less than 3 months and the strap got broken at the connection point!! The watch just fell of my arm while doing Yoga!!! Wasn't even going intensive workout or anything!!!
Lo malo es que al segundo día, se quedó congelado, intenté sincronizarlo con una app y ya se quedó 12 horas sin hacer nada, ya lo iba a regresar, pero por desgracia mi perro se encontró con el cargador antes que yo y lo mordió, así que tuve que esperar a que se destrabara. Al otro día funcionó como si nada, pero por allí leí en internet que es relativamente común que se quedé congelada la pantalla y ninguna de las formas que te dan en la página para hacerlo funcionar otra vez es buena.
Otra cosa, cuando me resigné a quedarme con él y sin saber que iba funcionar por sí solo otra vez, busqué los centros de servicio en México y no hay, así que si se descompone y quieres repararlo, tienes que enviarlo hasta EE.UU.
Por el momento, me quedaré con él y parece que funciona muy bien, no se ve costoso, lo que es bueno para mí, y no se ve como cualquier otro reloj deportivo, eso también está bien.
Esa es mi experiencia con este reloj. Así que tengan en cuenta eso porque tampoco es muy barato que digamos.
Inability to show elevation independant of exercise.
Inability to show compass direction independant of exercise.
Suunto app is unfinished, doesn't sync with strava.
Heart rate monitor has over read before, unsure of why, pretty sure my pulse wasn't 211 whilst walking.
Movescount is a sparse app, no ability to log calories consumed, no alternative syncable app for food to either suunto app or movescount.
Generally I hate to say it but "fitbit" is better..... fitbit.... cant believe I'm comparing suunto with fitbit.
I bought this less than 8 months ago and it's done. I definitely won't be getting another Suunto watch.
When i go out cycling with my road bike for 1.5 hours it varies between 50 bpm - 145 bpm. I've tried some of your suggestions (warm up before, putting the watch higher on my wrist, making sure my skin is clean ect.. but nothing even comes close to being accurate. I have since bought a smart belt which has helped.
Everything else about this watch i LOVE!!! If you could help me with this i would really appreciate it. Thanks
Feature-wise, was surprised and disappointed there is no "structured workout" feature in such a feature packed watch. However, that seems to be a general item lacking in Suunto watches - all the Spartans and even the newer and pricier Suunto 9.
Occasionally, the 1 of the watches reboots when selecting Start on a run... not sure what the issue is, but other than that glitch things are good. Luckily it hasn't happened in a race.
*PRO: Very good GPS accuracy.
GPS connection in a few seconds
Multi-sport mode with more than 80 sports and possibility to customize. I personally like the Suunto Movescount.
Good battery life and very fast recharge (in less than one hour from fully depleted to 100%)
Possibility to stop the 24h hart rate monitoring and only use the hart rate during activities.
Decent size (it is not the size of a dinner plate, like other sport watches with similar function, so you can wear it to any casual clothes.
CON: Heart rate is not accurate (as expected from a wrist hr), but I actually did not expect to see that in training mode it sometimes drops and looses contact for a few seconds.
Altitude is totally off. As I upload my runs and rides, although the route is almost perfectly recorded, if I check the altitude, the graph has nothing to do with reality.
In training mode, even though you have 5 pieces of info on every screen (depending on activity - chronometer, speed/pace. distance, heart rate etc) you cannot see the actual time/hour unless you pause the activity.