Just a little greater than a 12 months after Suunto launched the Spartan sequence of watches, the Finnish model has simply introduced the most recent addition, the Spartan Trainer Wrist HR.
Spartan Trainer Wrist HR specs highlights
- 56g claimed weight
- Claimed to have a battery lifetime of 10-hours in an exercise mode
- Breadcrumb navigation
- Optical hear charge sensor from Valencell
Gentle on the wrist, light-ish on the pockets
Occupying essentially the most price range pleasant area within the Spartan household of watches beginning at US$315 / AU$399.99 / 279 Euros, the Trainer Wrist HR is smaller, slimmer, and lighter (claimed 56g for the usual bezel, 66g with metallic bezel) than its costlier councils.
The brand new watch is water-resistant to 50m (the Spartan Sport and Extremely are rated to 100m) and claimed to have a battery lifetime of 10-hours in an exercise mode, 30-hours with energy saving choices and as much as 14-days in watch mode.
The physique of the watch is made with a glass fibre-reinforced polyamide casing and can be out there with a bezel product of the identical materials or metallic. The touchscreen display is made with scratch resistant mineral glass which, based on Suunto, presents nice visibility in direct daylight. There are additionally three buttons on the facet to be used in actions
The watches include 80 pre-installed sports activities modes, offering sport-specific metrics and full-colour show choices whereas coaching for sports activities like working, biking, swimming, triathlon and numerous adventures, corresponding to mountain climbing or ski touring. There’s additionally the power to obtain particular coaching plans and exercises for focused coaching, together with particular interval exercises.
As you’d count on from a contemporary sports activities watch the Spartan Trainer is GPS enabled, nevertheless it seems Suunto has reverted to its exterior antenna, doubtless in an effort to maintain the price down. The watch additionally depends on GPS to measure altitude. Routes will be loaded into the watch by way of the model’s Movescount software program and the Spartan Trainer will show breadcrumb-style navigation.
Using the information of North Carolina primarily based biometric sensor firm Valencell, the Spartan Trainer Wrist HR options an optical coronary heart charge sensor on the underside of the watch.
The Spartan Trainer additionally will get Bluetooth connectivity to be able to set up a connection to your smartphone for wi-fi uploads of actions, push notifications and on-the-go firmware updates by way of the Movescount app, and additionally to facilitate connections to exterior sensors.
Set to hit retailers on August 31, the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR is about to retail for AU$399.99 and AU$449.99 for the metallic bezel. The RRP value of the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR in Europe is 279€ – 329€ (about US$327 – US$385).