Suunto is in the middle of transitioning its platform. Currently, Suunto users can choose between Movescount (on the computer) and the Suunto app (on mobile platforms).
1. When using Movescount, the user has a lot of control over various modes and the watch can be set up in many different ways with a lot of different modes. The PowerCenter platform integrates with Movescount and can automatically fetch runs. The watch can be set up to get power, pace, distance, and cadence from Stryd. Some Suunto watches allow runners to use power zones, something that can be set up in Movescount.
2. Users can opt to use the Suunto app to set up the Suunto watch. As soon as a runner selects the app, runs can no longer be synchronized with Movescount. At the moment, runs can also not be imported into PowerCenter automatically, although the development team is working to integrate with the Suunto app. The Suunto app does not offer the same flexibility as Movescount to set up the watch. However, users can simply add power to the data screen. After that, simply pair Stryd as a foot pod and make sure autocalibration is disabled. The watch will take power, pace, distance, and cadence from Stryd.
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