Reading Time: 11 minutes Suunto 7 Accuracy – Production Release Return to the main Suunto 7 Review I’ve finished my first tranche of sensor testing with the Suunto 7. These results are from a production watch, not a beta watch. At first, I was initially very impressed with the oHR but I’ve had unexpected dropouts when running outside in certain, repeated circumstances. Some I can’t explain but some are linked to the watch moving closer to my wrist bones. Either way, it’s a new oHR chip being used by Suunto, so things should improve in the coming months with tweaks…
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