The brand new Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro provides the highest possible degree of accuracy even at extreme altitudes

The new Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro GPS watch is a durable device that measures heart rate at the wrist in addition to providing an air pressure sensor for more accurate altitude measurements. Both of these features are included in the watch. The wristwatch is designed to appeal to people who enjoy hiking and other types of outdoor activities.

The new watch is an incremental update to the previous model, the Suunto Spartan Sport. It utilizes GPS/GLONASS to properly track speed, pace, and distance, and it monitors heart rate with wrist HR technology developed by industry leader Valencell. Steps, calories burned, and hours slept are tracked as part of daily activity, in addition to the lowest heart rate recorded over the course of a day.

The improved air pressure sensor is the primary feature that sets this Suunto watch apart from the other models in the brand’s portfolio. It is essential to have accurate altitude readings when operating in outside conditions. Suunto’s FusedAltiTM technology, which combines GPS and barometric readings for more accurate readings, is utilized in the newly developed Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro. The watch will also display the timings of sunrise and sunset, and it will sound an alert in the event that there is a significant drop in air pressure.

You can anticipate a battery life of up to 20 hours with a 1-second GPS fix and power-saving settings, and you can anticipate a battery life of up to 40 hours with a 1-minute GPS fix and power-saving options. Additionally, the watch is water resistant to a depth of one hundred meters.

In related news, the entirety of Suunto’s Spartan collection is scheduled to get a software upgrade in the month of October. This version will bring with it the ability to track sleep, improved navigation, and times for sunrise and sunset. The absence of accurate sleep tracking has been a glaring oversight up until this point. There will also be additional ski features, such as a run counter, display of run lengths, verticals, and maximum speed while descending. These new skiing features are scheduled to be released later this season.

The software upgrade is planned for the 17th of October, and it will correspond with the retail debut of the new Spartan Sport Wrist HR Baro, which will have a retail price of $599.

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