- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 7 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B01I05CAAO
- Item model number: SS022668000
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Average Customer Review: 39 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,792 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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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From the manufacturer
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 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.
Sort of. I give the hardware an 8/10. It's a solid, good looking watch that feels pretty rugged. It's not as thin or light as the latest gen Forerunners, but it's nowhere near as (in my opinion) needlessly bulky as the Fenix. The buttons feel great and the display is nice and sharp.
Unfortunately everything else is lackluster. The menu system is clunky. The primary displays during an activity are cluttered with obscure icons. I accidentally tapped the lap button during a run, and had a small box next to my lap time for the rest of my activity. Afterward, I had a small box icon next to a distance. Is that my elapsed distance? Lap distance? Who knows. I read the manual, and I'm sure I could have looked it up, but at a glance it's just a random icon that means nothing to me, whereas most other units like this will just flat out say what the field is.
The buttons themselves are a poorly implemented as well. There's a small delay between pushing a button and having it actually do what you want, so when you get no tactile feedback at all your first response is to push it twice. This ends up with the Spartan processing both button pushes, which gets old in a hurry.
The biggest drawback of this watch is the way it manages your data. I know Suntoo is trying to be clever with "MovesCount" and calling your activities "Moves" instead of "Activities", but here's the catch - the ONLY way to get data off of this thing is through either their app or the website. I can't just plug it into my computer (like any Garmin), mount it as a USB drive and get my .fit files off of it. I had an activity today (which lead up to my return and poor review) get stuck on the watch - I can see it on there, but it won't sync with the phone app and won't sync with the computer app, so I can't do anything at all to get it off. Even more - the fine print on their app is that if you sync with your phone, the activities ("Moves") will not sync again. And furthermore, if you delete the app from your phone with a few "Moves" on it that didn't sync - they are gone. They won't sync again from the device, and you can't get them off. Suntoo's website says this in their troubleshooting section (Don't uninstall the app or you lose your data). This is a terrible way to do things and forcing customers to use their apps with no way to get the data off the device is a poor decision.
Lastly, as I box my watch off to return it, I can't even erase my activities off of it. The watch keeps a rolling memory and just overwrites the oldest activities. there's no way for me to blank it before I return it other than to clooge something to force the firmware to re-update.
I wanted to love this watch because the price is right and the hardware feels fantastic, but the software has a long, long way to go before this is worth considering over even an entry level Garmin.