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@kitenski, The Strava representation looks great. I’ve just sent you a follow request.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Whilst I appreciate we are diverging, I've also never had a problem with my 1000 and the 1030 I upgraded to last year.

The new maps upgrade on the 1000 makes it much better to view too.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@bar shaker, i think it’s the 520 that is troublesome which is the equivalent to the Wahoo Element Bolt. It’s not a serious ‘nav’ conputer like the 1000 series but is awesome at following a course.
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@kitenski, first day today skiing with 935. Really great and found the altitude to be quite accurate. Only issue is at tines HR seemed to be understanding and watch was not loose around wrist. How are you finding HR readings on your device? I might use the chest strap on the next trip.
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@Ozboy, I've found hr OK when running, not great when skiing and wasn't sure when skiing, but I did ski with a hr strap and my heart rate was still low. Skiing isn't very aerobic.
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I'm very pleased with my Suunto Traverse. The main reason for getting it was barometric and GPS altimeter as well as navigation. The tracking feature is very good an would be useful for touring in poor viz. The battery will last a few days when using the GPS navigation. I use it for skiing, ski touring and sea kayaking, it can automatically upload to Strava. it doesn't have a heart rate monitor but I don't need it for these activities. I have a bike mounted Garmin for cycling which has a heart rate monitor; essential for cycling.
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