Test: Our Site Spark

Our site Spark provides the runner music during the tour, provided you buy the right model.

Our site’s sports watches has grown up and refined over the years. The running clock was joined by sibling model of optical pulse measurement directly on the wrist and the two were replaced later by multi-sport variants who took to more exercise than running, with or without a heart rate monitor.

Now it’s time for a new generation with the Spark and here our site almost beaten the knot to make it all so confused. GPS, multi sports features and activity tracker sits in all models and at this point, they are all equal. Then there is the basic model of Spark and sister model Kick Cardio if you just want basic functions with or without heart rate monitor. Step two is Kick Music, which is kind of the point with Spark series, and Spark Music + Cardio if you want heart-rate monitor. Step three is Kick Music and Spark Music + Cardio with the included bluetooth headset. Simply six different models to choose from of the new sport watch whose primary function is that it can play music, where two of the models even can do it and where you need to hold your tongue right in the mouth to get the model with all the features …Crystal clear. Two Spark models, one with a pair of included headphones and one without, had handed well. Budget segment had been able to continue to be previous models instead.

Really had a model actually sufficed, since top model with the included sport from Boston that we test is really bad. Headset sounds skrutt and lose connection against the clock in a way that makes us remember the portable CD players with bad should remind. When we test with a few sensible lurking sounds instead good and without interruption.

Simplicity

Which watch do we recognise Spark from previous our site models.Spark is a bit smaller and generally easier and more ergonomic, but appearance is much the same. The watch does not have a touch screen and everything is controlled instead by a supersized forces under the watch itself. It’s a bit odd, often quite muddled (especially since the large surface area in the middle is not a button in itself) but after a couple of days, the otherwise very simple interface weighed up for the rather clueless steering.

With output from the d-pads, you will find everything the Watch has to offer. To the left is the activity meter with everything around it, down is all the settings, the right is the training part and up is bluetooth and music. All parts are in the right feature poor, but basic enough that nothing urgent going missing while it is very easy to get started with everything. All the data you collect through the watch can be synced either via cable to the computer and Web service or to an app for Iphone or Android. The app is most useful for more detailed view of your training session and for history, while the Web service in turn is further a bit more detailed and at the same time takes care of sharing to other training services. The number of these is surprisingly good too.

Which exercise machine itself, we note that the heart rate monitor works okay, neither terrible or brilliant. Run indoor training is basically the and stopwatch you have to go on, while the outdoors also brings with it the GPS of course. Just the find position within a minute, as it may be seen as totally okay without major deviations.

As music players, both during the workout and for everyday work it all also perfectly okay. Steering makes it all somewhat limited, both in song and spellistehantering, but are you the type that loads the memory once and then just run it works fine.

That is precisely what is and always has been a bit of a thing with Our site’s watches. They are relatively simple once you understood you on them and they’ll be cheap enough to be a crisp alternative to the Garmin and polar’s more expensive models. The amount of data you get is often not more than what Runkeeper or similar can spit out, but a watch is easier to take with you on your run.
At the same time, it should be mentioned that there is hefty competition from another direction, namely Android Wear. The platform now has support for both built-in GPS as a bluetooth lurking and locally stored music. All models do not support all features and battery life is considerably worse, but, for example, Sony’s Smartwatch 3 (does not have a pulse though) can handle GPS and music piece and Motorola’s upcoming Moto Sport 360 dots in all functions, but is a little more expensive. The function range of the bells, at least if they mated to an Android phone, is much richer than what our site offers. At the same time, Garmin hajat this with both heart rate and cheap watches, so the article is really just the music piece.

Our site Spark acting up simply to it where it does not have to be troubled to while the world has caught up on many other fronts. It makes the point with at little falls away, even if the one who always does a great job in terms of its price.

 

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