@wotuslink text Now they have adjusted the data on SUUNTO website in the image from 13mm to 10,6mm. In reality the OHR sensor is “pressing about 2mm into the skin”, but you don’t feel that. The total height on a flat table is 13mm. IMG_20210701_171909~2.jpg
@wotus After several unsuccsessful tries I found a workaround forcing the watch to measure and record the temperature in openwater swimming (basic and custom exercise), with which all other exercises have no problem.
The only way I found is to activate S+ Weather - Insights before the start.
But even then, the realtime temperatur data field shows no value “–”.
Only if I switch the display to the Weather screen and then back to my first view, the real temperatur value will be shown and appears then in the logbook and in SA.
Can someone confirm this strange behaviour of missing temperatur in openwater swimming which didn’t happen before the last firmware update?
@egika temperature, pressure, fluids etc can affect sensitive equipment, such as our watches, and may degrade it by constant exposure. I think @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos to that type of changes was referring.
yep, I noted there were some GPS speed drops during my exercise.
and this bug has been fixed after that I lost 3 pounds
I’ll give you test firmware that will transfer 3-5 lb from me to you!
@zhang965 I run my 5k in 40 minutes in zone 3 at about 143bpm and my fat burning is off the roof. The zone you are running is in eating in to your carbs rather then fat. From I can see your a serious runner so this is expected at rate you run.
@surfboomerang I reported it a few times to Suunto, but is not marked for a fix. It can be for many reasons, e.g. it will be part of something larger, or is not considered a priority, or there is no way to fix it, etc.
@surfboomerang it does both. If you are exercising it turns on too often (e.g. running or on the bike), and if you are still it takes a strong shake to turn on. We need to collect feedback and provide it to Suunto.
@theguyfromthesummit Well for me it’s just too much info all on one screen. When I’m running long distances or an ultra and my brain is not as sharp as usual I don’t want to be looking at a 7 field screen and have to work out what is what
My main screen for hills/ultra races has ascent, distance & duration (in that order from top to bottom). For flast or faster training/racing I have average pace, current pace, distance & duration. Those are all the metrics I need - I do have another couple of screens loaded but I rarely scroll through to them