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What To Do if Komoot Doesn’t Sync Routes to Your Suunto App

Suunto just updated its app to deliver route navigation with turn-by-turn directions from Komoot with the Suunto 9 (Baro), Suunto 5, and Suunto 7. If you have not…

How to Create Routes for Polar Grit X (or Vantage V)

Polar is one of those companies that are not big on route creation – but that’s fitting, given their focus on training aspects. With the Grit X as…

What You Need to Know about Polar Grit X Navigation

The Grit X as Polar’s outdoors-focused watch comes with improved navigation, mainly through the turn-by-turn directions made possible by the integration with Komoot… and if that sounds a…

Why Don’t Watch Brands Announce Update Plans Anymore?

Updates have become some of the greatest things about the current generations of sports/outdoors watches and wearables – and great sources of aggravation. New features come, and it’s…

Two GPS Watches, One Route, Different GPS Tracks

People often wonder why their GPS watches aren’t recording accurate tracks. They show single examples as proof that everything is good or nothing works right. Here is an…

Sonnsteine Trail GPS Testing: A History of Data

This trail between Ebensee and Traunkirchen is one of my fast favorites for GPS watch testing – so it’s time to finally put all the comparison data somewhere….

How to Get Routes on a Coros Watch

The ability to navigate along a route is one of the best features of a GPS sports/outdoor watch, at least if it works well. Here, how to get…

COROS POD Data: Running Power and Dynamics in Comparison

You may be curious to see what sort of data the COROS POD gives and how it compares. Well, here goes…

Coros Goes Running with Power and Dynamics: The Coros POD in Review

Power has been all the rage in running ever since Stryd came out with its power sensor for that sport. Now, Coros is joining in that fray with…

What Remains for Suunto Ambits & Traverse? Updated Digital Service Transition Plans

Suunto just published an update about their “digital services transition,” a.k.a. the death of Movescount. There are interesting points in it for owners/users of legacy devices…