Updates for Suunto Spartan
Here you will find the details about the latest software releases for Suunto Spartan, as well as information on previous updates and how to complete the software update process.
On March 30, the release will be available to an initial, limited number of Suunto Spartan Ultra and Spartan Sport and to all Spartan Sport Wrist HR. Beginning April 3, the update will be made available for all Spartan owners. This process will help to ensure the quality of the updates released. (If you have not received the update on Thursday March 30, you will receive it earliest on Monday April 3).
This release brings bring rich new functionality to the Suunto Spartan family including interval training, Points of Interest in exercise, and altitude profile navigation. You can now create and complete interval training sessions on the go, directly on your Spartan. You can decide in the middle of your run to do a new set of intervals and define the repetitions, distance or duration, including the possibility to edit still during the exercise.
In addition to these features, we also bring new power-saving options, including low color mode and display timeout, as well 30 days/7days insight elements on Suunto Movescount.com (daily steps and energy consumption).
Specifically for the Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR, you now have a new view to track your daily heart rate trend.
We are excited to offer a significant update today for the Suunto Spartan Ultra and Suunto Spartan Sport.
New customizations are now available for sport modes, including seven-field displays, tracking power and editing pool length. Activities in factory modes now include heart rate, altitude and speed data shown in graphs so you can follow your progress and trends during your activity and after. Also, you can now identify and save Points of Interest in Navigation view.
25th January - We are excited to bring you a GPS-focused update.
GLONASS is now available to use for activities in conjunction with GPS in BEST accuracy mode. This update also brings a new GPS firmware to improve general tracking accuracy. We will continue to monitor overall GPS performance as we know it is an important part of your experience.
19th December – We are excited to deliver the first phase of sport mode customization. You can create and customize new sport modes on your Suunto Spartan from Suunto Movescount.com. You can sync up to 19 new custom modes on your Spartan at a time. Each activity type (i.e. trail running) can have several different custom modes, including newly added metrics like altitude, temperature and PTE. Additional functionality will be added to sport mode customization in the new year.
This update also allows you to view planned moves on your Suunto Spartan, see altitude barometer graph in daily view, sport-specific summary screens, as well as set daily step and calorie goals on your Spartan.
As we release this update, we are testing a GPS-specific update to address inconsistent GPS behaviour experienced by some users. This update is planned for January 2017.
30th November – We are excited to bring you the Progress Tool and Personal Bests to Suunto Movescount. You will now be able to see your progress and personal bests in a range of endurance sports, as well as peer-group comparisons to show you how your performance stacks up. These features, in combination with our earlier release of Community Training Insights, will inspire you to get more out of your training and adventures.
3rd November – Today, we are excited to release an update bringing you the Community Training Insights in Suunto Movescount.com. With this update you will get the individualized benefits of one of the world's first training tools to leverage big data based on real-world activities. We've analyzed more than 100 million training sessions of the Suunto Movescount community so you can get more out of all your moves. In our commitment to deliver updates as soon as possible, we are releasing this feature separately from the Progress Tool and Personal Bests, which will be delivered as soon as we ensure they will meet your expectations and ours.
1. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL SUUNTOLINK
After the download, install the software by double clicking the downloaded file
Get your SuuntoLink here
2. CONNECT YOUR WATCH TO YOUR COMPUTER
Connect your Suunto Spartan watch to your computer with the provided USB cable.
SuuntoLink opens automatically after the watch has been connected.
3. CONNECT TO SUUNTO MOVESCOUNT
Select Connect to Movescount and sign in to your Suunto Movescount account or
sign up if you don’t have an account yet.
After connecting to Suunto Movescount, SuuntoLink transfers your Moves to Movescount and keeps your watch software up to date.
Find user manuals, warranty information, FAQs and see how-to videos from Suunto Support pages. If you have a question about your product or need repair service, you can write us or call to our customer care.
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See the growing Suunto offering for multisport and training - including valuable insights on where to train, how to take care of your training balance, community powered training tips and peer group comparisons that help you assess your progress.
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All Suunto Spartan watches purchased in 2016 benefit from 3 years of warranty coverage. The extra year can be applied by registering your Spartan watch to MySuunto and presenting proof of purchase dated in 2016 to a Suunto Authorized Service Center in case service is required.
Go to www.suunto.com/support for more warranty information.