During exercise, Suunto Wear app automatically switches the display to a low-power mode after 10 seconds of inactivity.
To wake up the display to check your stats, you can:
* Disabled during swimming for longer battery life.
During water sports, like swimming and kayaking, the touch screen for Suunto Wear app is disabled to avoid wet conditions causing unwanted touch actions.
If you exit Suunto Wear app during any exercise (including swimming), the touch screen will be enabled.
The stats you can follow during your exercise depend on the sport mode you choose. Most sport modes have 2 to 4 different exercise views displaying the most relevant exercise data for each sport. When you do outdoor sports, you can also see your track on a map.
To change between views:
If you need to use another app during your exercise, for example to skip a song or to check the weather, you can exit Suunto Wear app and keep the exercise recording.
Keep in mind that some actions and apps can consume a lot of battery, which may affect how long you can record your exercise.
You can start your exercise and adjust your watch during exercise even with gloves on or underwater. All sport features are optimized to work with buttons only if needed.
Change between views
Press the middle button or swipe left or right to see different metrics or to check the map.
Press the top right button. Press again to resume.
Press the top right button, then press the bottom right button.
Mark a lap
Press the bottom right button.
Keep the middle button pressed.
Control the map
While in the map view, use the top right and bottom right button to zoom in and out.
Adjust exercise options
While in an exercise view, keep the bottom right button pressed or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the menu.
Change map style
While in the map view, keep the bottom right button pressed or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the menu.