Lots of people have asked me how I make my marathon videos (with a Sony HDR-AZ1 action cam: tiny, but alright quality, with such a wide angle lens I can just hold it away from me and vlog away… but that’s a different story). I have put a lot of thought into upgrading my camera […]
You spent a few hundred on a shiny new sports watch, you’ll probably want to use it to the best of its, and your, abilities. After my Suunto Ambit3 “manual”, I’m starting to produce the same kind of manual / how-to for the Suunto Spartan (Ultra) – only better. If you’re here just for quick […]
Once again, the ISPO Munich was on. Finally, I went there not just a random blogger who sorta-kinda works with brands willing to set him up with product samples, but as someone turning into a pro blogger looking for serious cooperations.
The next update from Suunto, released January 25, 2017, bringing the long-awaited GPS fix and adding GLONASS support (and taking care of some bugs). Now, as you may have seen from my earlier updates on this sports watch, I have been getting pretty good results from it already. This only continued now that I’ve been […]
A look at the Suunto Spartan Ultra at firmware 1.6 (released Dec. 19, 2016); after entry #1 which looked at performance during runs.
The Suunto Spartan (Ultra) has been one of the strangest product releases of the year, at least for people into such outdoor sports tech. (And chances are, if you have found this blog, it is because you are interested in that…) There have been lots of complaints about the Spartan, to the point of DC […]
This was fun. For all the Spartan-related answers you’ve been waiting for, or at least the ones that Suunto wants to have public right now, you’ll have to wait a little longer yet. Post 3 in this series will have my interview with Mikko Moilanen, CEO of Suunto. (Don’t wait for that on Youtube; it had […]