When it comes to high-intensity adventures, there's very little that the Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist Heart Rate Monitor can't handle. The Spartan's multi-sport versatility (80 sport modes) allows you to transition from a dawn patrol session with friends to interval training in the afternoon. The Spartan has an 8-hour energy capacity when in Full Power use, and it's able to maintain a 12-hour energy capacity when set to Power Save mode. To differentiate itself from the rest of the smart watch lot, the Spartan features a built-in heart rate monitor that tracks your resting and engaged BPM. Additionally, the Spartan has a GPS/GLONASS tracking and route navigation feature, complete with a real-time breadcrumb trail, route navigation, and points of interest. Ultimately, this winning combination makes the Spartan ideal for those seeking a do-it-all watch. In regards to training, the Spartan has a 30-day training summary that's located on the watch, as well as a long-term analysis, training load trends, PTEs, and HR zones. To read more, simply upload the Movescount app to your phone or computer and read them and weep (or don't). Additionally, the Spartan has rest and recovery suggestions to help you make the most of your training, while the progress recognition component tracks and logs PBs sport by sport. The Spartan also has 24/7 monitor that tracks calories, steps, heart rate (resting and active), and the watch face is totally customizable, offering a personalized touch to an otherwise automated machine.
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