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Suunto fitness 3 announced with adaptive training plans

Suunto has announced the Fitness 3 at CES 2018. The Suunto Fitness 3 is the company’s latest fitness watch that’s all about building training plans that adapt based on how much you work out and effort you put in

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The design of the Fitness 3 is taken from the Suunto’s Spartan Trainer fitness watch with the option of gold or black-plated stainless steel bezels and buttons. There’s five models options; gold, ocean, sakura, all black, and gold and all black.

Suunto fitness 3 no GPSNo GPS for the Suunto Fitness 3

The Fitness 3 does not feature GPS, with walking and running set to be tracked using the built-in accelerometer to deliver speed, pace and distance details. but it can track running, swimming, cycling and gym training with its built-in sports profiles

Suunto has included an optical Heart rate monitor on the back, but it can also be paired with an external Bluetooth heart rate monitor.

Fitness 3 gets adaptive training plans

Whilst the Fitness 3 does not feature GPS the big feature that is being announced is the training mode on the new fitness watch. You’ll be able to build seven-day training plans based on your current fitness level and exercise history. If you happen to miss a session down in your plan or you end up working out more than you were supposed to, the training plan will adjust accordingly.

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Suunto adaptive training plans

Suunto Fitness 3 pricing and release date

The Suunto Fitness 3 will be priced at £229 (approximately $270 for the gold and all black version, with the black, ocean and sakura models available for €199 (approximately $237). Suunto have not released when the Fitness 3 will be available, but check back for further updates

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Jon R
I am Jon R and the editor of Active JR that covers wearables, fitness tech and smart home. I have a huge passion for technology and I like combining this with fitness. My reviews will talk about how the product works in reality and not just what the marketing departments want you to think.You can contact Jon on Twitter @ActiveJR1

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