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Suunto Traverse Alpha User Guide - 2.1


The logbook stores the logs of your recorded activities. The maximum number of logs and the maximum duration of a single log depends on how much information is recorded in each activity. GPS accuracy (see GPS accuracy and power saving), for example, directly impact the number and duration of logs that can be stored.

You can view the log summary of your activity right after you have stopped recording or through the Logbook under the start menu.

The information shown in the log summary is dynamic: it changes depending on factors such as sport mode and whether or not you used an heart rate belt or GPS. By default, all logs include at minimum the following information:

  • sport mode name
  • time
  • date
  • duration
  • laps

If the log includes GPS data, the logbook entry includes a view of the full route track as well as the altitude profile of the track.


You can see many more details of your recorded activities in Suunto app.

To view log summary after stopping a recording:

  1. Keep START pressed to stop and save the recording.
  2. Press NEXT to view the log summary.

You can also view the summaries of all your recorded sessions(logs) in the logbook. In the logbook recorded sessions are listed according to date and time.

To view summary log in the logbook:

  1. Press START to enter the start menu.
  2. Scroll to Logbook with LIGHT and enter with NEXT.
  3. Scroll the logs with START or LIGHT and select a log with NEXT.
  4. Browse the summary views of the log with NEXT.

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