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Suunto Race User Guide


A good night's sleep is important for a healthy mind and body. You can use your watch to track your sleep and follow how much sleep you get on average.

When you wear your watch while sleeping, Suunto Race tracks your sleep based on accelerometer data.

To track sleep:

  1. From watch face, scroll down and select Sleep .
  2. Toggle on Sleep tracking.

You can choose to have your watch in Do Not Disturb mode during your sleeping hours and also choose if you want to measure your Blood oxygen and HRV tracking during your sleep.

Once you have enabled sleep tracking, you can also set your sleep target. A typical adult needs between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per day, though your ideal amount of sleep may vary from the norms.

Sleep trends

When you wake up, you are greeted with a summary of your sleep. The summary includes, for example, the total duration of your sleep, as well as the estimated time you were awake (moving around) and the time you were in deep sleep (no movement).

In addition to the sleep summary, you can follow your overall sleep trend with the sleep widget. From the watch face, swipe up or turn the crown until you see the Sleep widget. The first view shows your last sleep and a graph of the last seven days.


While in the sleep widget, you can swipe up to see the sleep details for your last sleep.


All sleep measurements are based on movement only, so they are estimates that may not reflect your actual sleep habits.

Measuring heart rate, blood oxygen and heart rate variability (HRV) while sleeping

If you wear your watch during the night, you can get additional feedback on your heart rate, HRV and blood oxygen level while sleeping.

Automatic Do Not Disturb mode

You can use the auto Do Not Disturb setting to automatically enable Do Not Disturb mode while you sleep.

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