@cosmecosta right. Also I’ve noticed the bug on my watch after picking it up from shelf in the morning - not right after an activity or before. And I believe everything was OK day before. So it happened without any activity - perhaps it was trying to connect to phone (Android) or doing some background maintenance, no idea.
I’ve also checked my diary - the oldest activity I can see is from April so it must be cyclic.
@dimitrios-kanellopoulos If you ever need a Southern Hemisphere field tester feel free to shout out (I’m from the South Island of New Zealand). As you probably know I’m a marathoner/ultrarunner that specialises in mountain races, so my watches definitely get put through their paces in some tough environments
FWIW I have been a Suunto user for over a decade and currently use my ever-reliable S9B in gold 👍
Thanks for your help. I received this week my H10. The size M-XXL is the correct one for me.
The H10 broadcast directly the data in ANT+ and Bluetooth, no need to set. So it’s work fine with my Ambit2 and iPad.
@pavel-samokha while it says its the same model co-processor they have made significant improvements to it, and now call it an Enhanced QC1110 compared to QC1110. There was a table that I came across somewhere on the qualcomm site that explained the differences in detail.
This link is to a similar table to the qualcomm one: https://www.droid-life.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Wear-4100-Specs.jpg
notice that while the core hasn’t changed they have improved the memory, dsp and see enabling the co-processor to run more colours in ambient mode, and to enable it better manage steps, cHRM, alarms, haptic and tilt to wake in the background --> this all screams to me of the watch
being able to acheive serious battery life while in ambient mode and providing 24/7 HRM, sleep tracking etc in the background with minimal impact to battery life.
Hoping that if manufacturers properly use the co-processor (and if wear os also designed to use it) we might get a true smartwatch with similar battery life (in smartwatch mode) as to fitness watches. Biggest concern re this is around notifications - as suspect this wakes the watch…
@ruslan-jefremov часы без пульсометра? В таком случае 0 калорий ожидаемый результат.
If no HR is being measured, 0 calories is an expected result.
Проверьте показания давления в вашем регионе. Поскольку часы отталкиваются от барометрических данных, штормовое предупреждение может появиться и вне шторма. Если скачков давления в регионе не наблюдалось, можно попробовать почистить сенсор - несколько примеров можно найти на форуме. В крайнем случае стоит обратиться в поддержку.
Check baro graphs in your region, there might have been pressure fluctuations with an actual storm. In case there were no significant changes you can maybe try to clean the baro holes. If nothing helps, you can try to contact support.
Some products can also track moon phases based on the date you have set on your product. Do not use the moon phase functionality to estimate or forecast tides in situations where your safety is at risk. Always check also for other available information sources and play it safe.
Since there can be only one custom chart during the workout it should be possible to customize its color. Being always red isn’t the best idea as users can have multiple sports modes and color-coding is helpful to quickly get reminded what the graph is showing. For example, I can have a sports mode where I’m using chart for cadence so I don’t mind the color, but then I’ll be using elevation or tempo, so a different color than red would be welcome.
Of course it doesn’t have to be full RGB spectrum 😉 But having few basic colors to choose from would be fantastic.
@ianpet had an Elementum Terra liien5 years ago.
Beautiful piece of design and technology with a leather strap. Never let me down.
Now it’s been retired since I got onto GPS watch train with an A3 Peak as a start.