Suunto Spartan Trainer collection grows with two outdoor-inspired designs – Amber and Sandstone. The slim and lightweight Spartan Trainer is the multisport GPS watch for active sports enthusiasts with versatile training and outdoor features, daily activity tracking, and wrist heart rate measurement by best-in-class biometrics specialist Valencell.
The new Amber and Sandstone designs feature durable stainless steel bezels and mineral crystal glass in a design that reflects an adventurous identity and outdoor values in everyday life.
Compact and versatile GPS sports watch for outdoor sports and daily activity tracking
Exercising with Spartan Trainer is simple and enjoyable. It uses GPS to measure speed, pace, distance and altitude. With 80 sport modes pre-installed, it is ready for nearly any sport. The integrated GPS route navigation with breadcrumb view makes it easy to discover new routes and places – as well as find your way back home.
Daily targets for steps and calories help you stay active and fit, and easy-to-follow color graphs provide 24/7 feedback and summaries. Use the sleep tracking to get insights about your sleep, including sleep duration, average heart rate during sleep and amount of deep sleep.
The Spartan Trainer is water resistant to 50 meters, and 10 hours of battery life (up to 30 hours with power saving options) provide plenty of training time. Weighing only 66 grams, it is hardly noticeable on the wrist, and the well-honed design fits slimmer wrists, too.
The new Spartan Trainer Wrist HR Amber and Sandstone will be available from February 1st, and the recommended retail price is 329 €. Learn more at www.suunto.com/spartantrainerwristhr
HR zones in Suunto Spartan watches help improve your performance
Training intensity is one of the most important factors for improving performance, and to train at the correct intensity level, you need to monitor heart rate during exercise.
This software update brings heart rate zones to all Suunto Spartan watches, providing you information about your current intensity level with just a quick glance. While exercising, you can see in real-time how long you have spent in each HR zone and how many beats you have in reserve until you move on to the next. After the exercise, a breakdown of the time in each zone is displayed in the summary.
The update introduces five HR zones. as well as new settings for max. and rest HR. In addition to the default zones, you can define special zones for running and cycling activities. The software update will be rolled out in phases, starting from January 18th and will be distributed to the entire Spartan community by Monday, January 22nd.