Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro Watch
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- Convenient wrist hr. measurement
- Battery life up to 40H with GPS
- Steel bezel, mineral Crystal glass
- Barometric altitude and100 water resistance, GPS/GLONASS route navigation
- Sport expertise and support for over 80 sports with racing and interval Use
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Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro
- Customizable watch faces
- Instant heart rate graph and calorie burn rate
- Wrist heart rate assisted 24/7 activity monitoring with steps and calories
- Mobile sync with Suunto Movescount App for iOS and Android, push notifications to watch
- Bluetooth Smart connected
- Storm alarm
- Sunrise and sunset times
- Sleep duration and average HR overnight
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro
The GPS Watch For Athletic And Adventure Multisport
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro is a multisport GPS watch for outdoor athletes who are driven by passion for progress. The Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro comes with a durable color touch screen, 100m water resistance and practical wrist HR measurement. Barometric altitude with FusedAlti provides more precise altitude data. Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro is your ideal training and racing partner for running, cycling and outdoor sports. You define your goals, Suunto Spartan helps you to get there.
- Convenient wrist HR measurement
- Battery life up to 40h with GPS
- Steel bezel, mineral crystal glass
- Barometric altitude and 100M water resistance
- GPS/GLONASS route navigation
- Sport expertise and support for over 80 sports with racing and interval use
Convenient Wrist HR
Wrist heart rate offers convenience both in daily activity tracking and in sport activities. The daily heart rate functionality tracks heart rate, and together with steps, provides more accurate data about daily activity level, rest heart rate and calorie consumption. In sports the wrist heart rate brings added comfort as you don’t need to wear a chest strap.
Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro accurately measures your pace, speed, distance, altitude, heart rate and calories, and provides support for running and cycling power and cadence when used together with an external power or bike sensors. In swimming, Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro tracks distance, pace, and SWOLF.
Ready For Action
With 80 sport modes pre-installed in the watch, Suunto Spartan watches are ready to go for nearly any kind of activity right out of the box. Route navigation with POI’s and ETA, breadcrumb view and digital compass guide you through new terrain.
Built For Outdoors
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro uses a color touch screen with a wide viewing angle that offers great visibility outdoors. During exercise, the watch can be operated also using the three buttons. FusedAlti combines GPS and barometric data for accurate altitude readings while storm alarm and sunrise/sunset times help you to stay safe. Mineral crystal glass, stainless steel bezel and water resistance of 100 m (300 ft) ensure the watch can take a beating.
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro is a multisport GPS watch for active outdoor athletes. Compass & barometric altitude with FusedAlti™ ensure you stay on course. The durable color touch screen, 100m water resistance, and practical wrist HR measurement make Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro your ideal training and racing partner for running, cycling, and outdoor sports.
Color: Amber | Size: One Size
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I bought the Garmin Forerunner 645 and Suunto's Spartan HR Baro, because I couldn't decide from reading reviews alone.
Garmin 645 was really easy to setup. With only a watch and mobile phone I was ready to record exercises and transfer the data by WiFi. The Suunto required a laptop/PC to both update and setup for recording my sports data. Then syncing with my mobile phone was a trial and error, but I kept following the instructions and eventually it all worked. It's actually pretty easy, if you are smart enough to not go your own way.
Really like the Suunto's large screen which shows up to 7 data points, and offers a long selection of stats for you to select from for display. I created two cycling profiles: Cadence and Hill Climb, depending upon my goals for the day. But they share many commonalities.
Moving between screens in each profile is easy (swipe or use one of the middle button), but if you set it up right, you won't need to distract yourself fidgeting through the screens.
Garmin, really nice display, but when I'm pushing hard on the road, it's not easy switching between screens to find the stats I want to read. And I had difficulty finding the stats I wanted to see, like cadence, to add to the display.
The Garmin missed the elevation twice, putting me before sea level while cycling along the river. The Suunto was accurate.
Again, Suunto's stats are useable and upfront. Most important for me, current elevation, total ascent while in the activity, heart rate, slope grade, temperature and more. Little screen swiping needed.
The Suunto's altimeter was accurate, putting me correctly just below the summit of Killington. And, while wearing a Wahoo HRM, I get the most accurate heart rate possible.
The Garmin shortchanged the elevation, and again I had difficulty finding the stats I wanted to see except for heart rate and overall elevation gain.
I've really wanted to like the Garmin 645, and it's a nice watch. But for skiing, snowboarding, cycling, I found Suunto's Spartan Sport HR Baro the best way to track my performance and check it while on the go.
Dislike: Shortcuts cannot be modified (yet?) I don't know why but I can't modify shortcuts to something useful. It is a minor gripe to have to go through 3 menus to get the compass activated but I'd like it instant as most of the time I just need a quick look to figure out where north is. And the current shortcuts are things I would never use/need to have as shortcuts. I'm hoping they do a software update to allow for the modification. Battery is good, but with the HR monitor up it seems like it'll last 3 days at most. Granted constant HR monitor is obviously a huge drain on battery life, I was told this watch can last a close to 10 days but it might be because of the annoying naming scheme that there's so much confusion (Spartan Sport HR Baro vs non HR vs non Baro vs etc etc) so for THIS particular watch I'll drop to ~67% after a full day of only HR and seeing notifications on my watch. Also for some reason I don't get phone calls on my watch even though I set the notification to allow. I don't know if the user manual is sparse because it's still being developed or if the software needs to be upgraded but I feel I'm losing a lot of utility with this watch.
All in all, if this watch did not look as pretty as it does I might reconsider (unless they upgrade the software)
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