The NEW Suunto Spartan Trainer GPS watch - Women's Running

The NEW Suunto Spartan Trainer GPS watch

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  October 24, 2017

The NEW Suunto Spartan Trainer GPS watch

The Suunto Spartan Trainer is the latest member of the Spartan family of wrist hr GPS watches, and undoubtedly the slimmest and lightest of them all (there’s one in every family!).  It’s easy to use straight from the box and comes pre-set with functions not just for running but 80 other pre-installed sport modes too.  The GPS measures speed, pace, distance and altitude and thanks to the breadcrumb view in the navigation function, you can always find your way back home.

The Suunto Spartan Sport Trainer keeps up with your everyday demands. Clear, easy-to-follow colour graphs provide 24/7 feedback and summaries on the customizable watch face, and daily targets for steps and calories help keep you on track.  You can wear it in the shower or pool as it’s water resistant to 50m.  In watch and activity tracking mode, it will last 14 days before needing a recharge and has 10 hours battery life in full on GPS mode, 30 hours with power saving options.

If you’re going away and want to find places to run, use Suunto Heatmaps to help find locally recommended routes.  Just choose your preferred area on the map on Movescount.com, and then zoom in to see the most popular tracks for trail running, road running and more. Based on the heatmaps, you can plan your own routes in Suunto Movescount and transfer them to your Suunto GPS watch for navigation.

As women, we know that it’s not enough for it to work well. If it’s going to stay on the wrist all day, it needs to look good too. The Spartan Trainer comes in five colourways including a lovely mint green (£219.99) and white with a gold bezel (£279.99).

It’s a watch designed to help you explore your urban environment, break free from routine and #PushTheCityLimits.

The NEW Suunto Spartan Trainer GPS watch

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