A nuance that the SPARTAN has is that it will only look for a particular sensor type in a particular sport if you tell it to. For example if you have a bike power meter the SPARTAN won’t look for that PM when you choose a running sport profile; which is correct behaviour. Although you could, if you wanted, tell the SPARTAN to look for the bike power meter whilst running. This behaviour is unlike some competitor products where it seems that all previously paired sensors might be searched for. Suunto’s approach is good in one respect and then annoying in another respect ie when you have forgotten to add a particular sensor to a new sport profile and are just about to start that sport with no computer nearby. Grrrr. Tip: Use your smart phone.I believe that the external antenna bump is more of interest than the chipset itself. I mean: My old watches with a SirfStar III can produce quite remarkable results but they also have dedicated antennas (means: watch looks ugly but does a better job at GPS).Suunto’s latest wearable is the direct successor to the Spartan Sport Wrist HR which has been characterized by some as bulky and expensive. Spartan Trainer Wrist HR packs in pretty much the same specs, but in a slimmer form-factor and at a lower price. It has slightly better battery life, too.Whilst the SPARTAN TRAINER is notably smaller, the depth of the unit, even with the oHRM sensor, is very similar.Spartan Trainer is a very lightweight device. In fact, coming in at only 56 grams (66 grams for the steel bezel versions) you will hardly notice its sitting on your wrist. The multi-sport watch comes in five distinct designs including a stylish gold and steel with metal bezels for an urban look; and ocean, blue and black with plastic bezels for a sporty, outdoor feel. Here is the full line-up.
With 80 sport modes pre-installed Spartan Trainer is ready for nearly any activity. Due to its water resistance down to 50 metres, swimming is also on this list. There is customizable interval training and you can use it as a triathlon watch, too.Or should I spend the extra $20 and go for the larger Garmin Fenix 3(non-HR) that every store I went to was telling is the one I should get. Some reviews say it’s not as accurate in terms of gps, while others say it’s too many features for those getting started and can be buggy. Thank a lot. Training with Spartan Trainer is simple and enjoyable. It uses GPS to measure speed, pace, distance and altitude. With 80 sport modes pre-installed to the watch, it is ready for nearly any sport.. These options can be easily accessed before you start the sport OR you can press and hold the middle button during the exercise to do the same thing.SPOT ON: It’s the best-priced entry-level triathlon watch and a soundĀ GPS watchĀ for runners – it’s great, I love it, especially with the premium case models.
ēØę³č§é¢ å¦ä½é åÆ¹ Suunto Spartan äø Suunto Smart Sensor åæēä¼ č¾åø¦ - č§é¢ć å¦ä½ä½æēØ Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR ē 24/7 å Øå¤©åę“»åØå 12 å°ę¶ę“»åØč·čøŖåč½ - č§é¢ć Here’s an example from the test where there is a tricky section involving 2 passes underneath a solid stone bridge and a large circular route underneath tree cover near buildings. There’s also an out and back around a tree. Here I look for a track that shows separate out and back tracks that do not cross. The Suunto, in red, is one of the better tracks I’ve seen here and is ‘good’. It’sĀ compared to the Garmin Fenix 5X – which is the most expensive sports watch – whose performance here is acceptable but which: misses the bridge; crosses the tracks; and misses a right turn off the bridge.I guess we don’t know the motivations. I am more than happy with the gps performance on the TRAINER.Ā Maybe my arm movements are causing it, who knows? I was also doing drills near the start. Interestingly it near-perfectly matches the rapidly declining HR after the interval – that’s where other optical watches often struggle.
247 ā¬. Suunto Spartan Trainer is a beautifully designed GPS watch with optimal fit, ready to train how you want - whether you swim, cycle, hit the gym or run trails androidwear should offer fairly similar functionalities across watches. However you also need to consider the accuracy of the components and quality of the build. I know of the Nixon but have never looked at it in any detail. The Polar IS the best androidwear device for sport. You can sync the Spartan Trainer to your smartphone via Bluetooth where you'll gain access to several training apps by Suunto. Once connected you can keep track of your daily steps, calories.. I’m relatively keen at triathlons and I would NOT race competitively with a TRAINER. By the same token I wouldn’t race with a FENIX 5 either. But I REALLY WOULD & DO use the SPARTAN TRAINER for general triathlon training and that’s where you spend the most amount of hours with your electronic best friend. Admittedly I’d wear a chest strap for super accuracy rather than rely on ANY vendor’s oHR.
We found the GPS accuracy was pretty high indeed when running with the Spartan Trainer, and the haptic feedback on offer made it easy to feel when a lap had been triggered. The ease of setting up different runs isnāt what we expected though, with the app and watch not really letting you do such a thing.I’m trying to bide my time to see what Garmin brings out later this year/CES 2019 and then upgrade, hence why I’m currently looking for a stop gap which is still a good buy for triathlon training/racing.The MT3333 has Glonass. I guess that was the main reason for the switch. I always disable Glonass because whenever I enabled it (920XT, 630, Fenix 5 and now 935) I got the impression that it made things worse. Of course I can’t prove it.If you want something powerful for an ultra marathon, the Trainer Wrist HR isn't it. If you want a sleek watch to double as an activity tracker, the Trainer isn't that either. But it's a competent running watch that won't break the bank and will give you good information on your runs and upload to Strava - which is really the most important thing.The flow around the screens is intuitive. You’ll also find an option or two hidden away through a long key press that otherwise isn’t quite so readily available with the menus. So, for example, whilst on the navigation screen you can access your location, POIs and routes with a long button press.
You configure the sports modes on MOVESCOUNT. Strangely, you cannot edit an existing sport mode but you can create and edit a new sport mode. You can have lots of screens with up to 7 metrics on one screen “yep..SEVEN!”. Although with the TRAINER’s smaller screen size compared to theĀ other larger SPARTANs, you willĀ need better eyesight than me!The menu system is different to the older AMBIT modelsĀ even though the buttons perform similar actions to the AMBITs eg bottom left is usually ‘go back’. The newer SPARTAN firmware of the TRAINER, to me, seems more logical and intuitive.With a wrist-based heart rate monitor, smart notifications and multi-day battery life, the Spartan Trainer Wrist HR is a sleeker version of the similarly-crazily-named Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR – and it improves on it impressively.All in all, I found the watch performed very well and had a really great feel. Being a Garmin fan, it was surprisingly easy to transition to Suunto’s tracker. Its worth pointing out once again, the version I tested was a pre-launch edition. Further software functionality will be added in the coming weeks and months, and bugs and quirks (which I didn’t really find), will be ironed out.Just finally one interesting pool swim – sorry no comparison but this one looks ‘about right’. I just thought I’d show you the nifty display in MOVESCOUNT. The interesting bit is that it shows R-R data (HRV), which no-one claims to do for optical HR at anything other than resting/sleep level. But here it is but I wouldn’t read too much into it as it looks a little like a mirror image…
LehkĆ©, multisportovnĆ GPS hodinky Suunto SPARTAN TRAINER WRIST HR pro aktivnĆ sportovnĆ nadÅ”ence Predivno dizajniran Suunto Spartan Trainer je GPS sat koji je optimalno podesiv te spreman za treniranje kako i kada Å¾elite - bez obzira plivate li, biciklirate, trÄite ili vjeÅ¾bate u teretani The SPARTAN loads the sports profile and then it goes off to look for any sensors (bike pod, foot pod, power pod) you’ve told it to look for on that profile; it also needs to get a GPS fix and a oHR fix, as appropriate. You SHOULD wait for all these icons to light up, and they take only a few seconds,Ā then you are off.Hi, great review, very in-depth and detailed and has given me a lot to think about as I am considering buying the Trainer watch. I just have a couple of questions that I would love if you could answer;The more notable issues forĀ each sport come to bear when considering how all the various sensors work…or not. I’ll cover the accuracy of sensors in the, err, accuracy sections. And I’ve covered sensors in general in the, err, sensor section above š Genius.
The Trainer Wrist HR costs £219 / $299 / AU$399, which isn't the most expensive on the market for a multi-sport watch, and with smart notifications on board it rivals some choices from top brands like Garmin and TomTom.. I’ve heard louder and felt stronger but they are fine for me and similar to other SPARTANs. These are mostly configurable in a basic fashion.
Precios y disponibilidad del Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR. El precio de los modelos en negro, ocĆ©ano o azul es de 279ā¬ y estarĆ”n disponibles a principios de este septiembre Spartan Trainer Wrist HR has just been announced: Suunto Spartan Collection One very important item is the display on the Trainer is 218x218 pixels while the other Spartans are 320x300 so the.. Redakteur Anton Stark - 01.12.17 Die Spartan Trainer Wrist HR von Suunto wird allen ans Herz gelegt, die sich fĆ¼r unterschiedlichste Sportarten begeistern kĆ¶nnen It reacted well and was easy to use on the go, and getting the information up to services like Strava was generally pretty accurate. If it wasnāt for the weirdly-placed buttons, and the inability to change the displays on the go in an easy way, this would be a completely fine running watch.
The 2016 release of the SPARTAN was shaky. It was, and is, a great bit of hardware but the software/firmware on the watch and on the app/online werenāt quite there in 2016. Fast forward to NOW and you can ignore all of that history and the product is worth considering in my opinion (FWIW: I like it and use it in training)You can see from the image above that the screen crispness and brightness look very similar. ThatĀ crispness isĀ the same in reality. The SPORT/ULTRA allows variation in backlight brightness unlike the TRAINER.Gadgets & Wareables Ltd is a a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.Click here for more information. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. There's a good watch lurking in here, but the color aside it's hard to say that we'd recommend this device over a variety of other strong options out there, despite the more palatable price.If you're going to buy the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR, know that you're getting a watch that's a compromise in a few ways to make the whole thing better.
Right now deciding between this, the Sport version(without the HR can be had for a little under $300), M600, and I’ve noticed the Fenix 3(non-hr) for the same price. I am worried that the m600 or the Fenix 3 maybe on the large side? I tried the Suunto Traverse in person(would have gotten one, if it wasn’t aimed at hikers and people into fishing); it was comfortable & nice, though a hair large for my wrist. The New Balance RunIQ, also felt nice in hand, but sadly reviews were bad. The store didn’t have the Fenix 3 or Spartan Sport to try. They also showed me the Nixon Mission because it was the only other sport model the store had. Too thick for somthing that lacked HR, and too surf oriented(ironic since i live by great surf, but can’t surf at all).I don’t go in heavy trees much (my standard route does include lots of trees but not dense woodland) I would say that on the occasions when I navigate through dense tree cover that there is a noticeable positive difference with gps+glonass on an edge 820 (whose gps is generally not great)HEADS UP: The TRAINER+MOVESCOUNT contains some pretty nice features BUT if you are looking for relatively unusual features it might not have them. For the 10% of you who have those specific sporting needs (like me) then the TRAINER will probably not be for you. But let’s not knock it because of that, as we shall see it is a great little hardware package that may well have better components than those on your mate’s much more expensive sports watch. Ssssh, don’t tell them. They will just believe the competitor’s marketing hype. We know better š
just saying: the 935 has a lot of nice functions. buy hrm-tri to negate the average ohr; buy stryd to partly negate the average gps…sorted šFinally, I hike a lot and the GPS altitude data from Suunto has always been pretty good. Even so, I have always wanted a watch with a barometer so as to monitor weather trends. I have read that garmin’s fenix line is a disaster with inaccuarte hardware in units which has pretty much put me off getting an F3HR or F5S. How do you rate the barometer in the recently released Spartan Sport WHR Baro or Ultra? Also is the OHR enough of a plus to make the BARO a better upgrade than the non OHR ULTRA with better battery life? Suunto Spartan Trainer fĆ„r jevnt over gode skussmĆ„l og leverer gode resultater med tanke pĆ„ en forholdsvis lav pris. Flere av testerne trekker spesielt frem tur og friluftsliv som passende omrĆ„der Ć„.. We like the Spark 3 as a cheaper option fitness tracker and running watch combination. It constantly gets discounted with a nice low price, and the ability to play back music over headphones (if you get the right model).
I have to say that 2017 has seemed to make ALL my optical HR devices work more poorly than previous years. I’ve no idea why. Many other people have certainly reported better optical performances with the SPARTAN TRAINER than I found but I can only report what I foundĀ which is ‘variable performance‘.I tested the black one (second from the left). Even this sporty version, with its sleek design and customizable watch faces, can easily pass for a normal every-day watch. The well-honed design fits slimmer wrists perfectly.“As a complement, I would say that MOVESCOUNT is more interesting than Garmin Connect or Polar FLOW.”The Suunto Movescount.com website offers the most detail and allows you to discover new training locations, create routes to navigate and share your activites. The heatmaps, which are available on the app and website portal, are a really great feature.
The design is slimmer, the functionality strong and the heart rate monitor one of the best we've seen on the wrist. The accuracy of the GPS is also high, and it's a helpful little tool for logging your workouts of all varieties.Last question if I am looking at the Sport, would the F3(non-HR) be also worth a look as both are in a similar price range? <yes> Just to be safe I will probably wait a week just to see what IFA brings. <yes but many products will be announced but only available to buy a few months later, so don’t get your hopes up> Voile Spartan Ascent Review | GearLab
The bugs and quirks found so far by me seem to be those which will only materially affect a minority of possible users; probably people who would buy a different watch in any case. By the time you read this, they have probably all been fixed!f3 is quite complex. there will be updates BUT it will not support the newer garmin apps. it’s still quite big. You can automatically upload your activities from the Suunto app to Strava if you use one of the following supported devices. Activities from other Suunto devices can be uploaded to Strava via.. In your review you said; ‘Iām relatively keen at triathlons and I would NOT race competitively with a TRAINER. By the same token I wouldnāt race with a FENIX 5 either.’ I was just wondering what you do use for triathlons? Is it the Forerunner 935? Why is it that you don’t/wouldn’t use the Fenix 5 for a race? What would you consider the best triathlon watch, both overall and for similar price to the Trainer?
MOVESCOUNT is a little slow at times and that is probably due to its highly graphical/mappy/pretty nature. However it is probably one of the better platforms and there are many interesting and useful areas to explore. Overall it’s probably NOT asĀ feature-laden as Garmin Connect BUT MOVESCOUNT does have some more unusual features (EPOC, sport heat maps, running power, age group comparisons, etc).The watch itself shows a number of screens including a customizable time display, activity, training and recovery. There are also other areas such as settings, stopwatch, navigation, exercise and more.The Trainer Wrist HR has a neat 'frost blue' color that we tried out – some people we showed it to called it feminine, but it feels nicely unisex in our opinion and it's a nice option to have.
Looking at the screenshots: did you actually see the HR-zone graphs (on the blue version in the screenshot) or the screen where one data and the target circle is highlighted in yellow, with a target circle having a little arrow showing where you are (along the darker shade) (on the black version)? I can’t find where to set these. PrĆ©sentation de la Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR, montre de triathlon d'entrĆ©e de gamme de Suunto. DĆ©couvre le format de la montre, ses menus et plus. Is that a good or bad thing? Cause it makes it sound like it wasn’t that good, which is why it was repalced. ĪĻĪµĻ ĻĪ¹Ī¼ĪĻ Ī³Ī¹Ī± Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR (Black) ĻĪµ 4 ĪŗĪ±ĻĪ±ĻĻĪ®Ī¼Ī±ĻĪ± ĻĻĪæ Skroutz. ĪĪ¹Ī±ĪøĪĻĪ¹Ī¼Īæ ĻĪµ 5 ĻĻĻĪ¼Ī±ĻĪ±. ĪĪ¹Ī¬Ī²Ī±ĻĪµ ĻĪ±ĻĪ±ĪŗĻĪ·ĻĪ¹ĻĻĪ¹ĪŗĪ¬ & ĻĻĪ±Ī³Ī¼Ī±ĻĪ¹ĪŗĪĻ Ī±Ī¾Ī¹ĪæĪ»ĪæĪ³Ī®ĻĪµĪ¹Ļ ĻĻĪ·ĻĻĻĪ½ But if you're a marathon runner, you'll be fine with the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR - it'll last easily even with the heart rate monitor and GPS firing, and we'd estimate you'll get a good 5 hours out of it in one slug, if not more.
Itās still not as slim as many other watches on the market though, including those that function as sports and fitness trackers.Whilst the SPARTAN TRAINER is clearly NOT the overall best running watch on the market, it still IS a contender for a cateogry-based best running watch award. Did it win…
For many of you, the followingĀ image will be intriguing.Ā Here we see a mint green lower end TRAINER model, the one I am testing, being set against a vivid green AMBIT 3 RUN. As you can see they look highly similar in design. The diameter of the working part of the display is about 2-3mm bigger on the AMBIT3. You can also see that the antennae bump is reduced in size on the TRAINER compared to the AMBIT3. The TRAINER is lighter but both ‘feel’ pretty much the same to me and, indeed, the general softness of the strap and general feel of the two when compared is, overall, very similar. Just that the TRAINER is a bit smaller.Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR is not your average fitness tracker. For those that are looking to see how many steps, calories or floors you can log in a day, there are other options out there that are significantly cheaper. Suunto Spartan Trainer on upeasti suunniteltu, ranteeseen optimaalisesti istuva GPS-kello, joka on valmis valitsemaasi treeniin: uintiin, pyĆ¶rĆ¤ilyyn, punttisalille tai juoksupolulle
Fits: Ambit 1, Ambit 2, Ambit 3, Ambit Peak, Spartan Trainer Replace that broken and disintegrating and lets face it, crappy, factory strap. Custom fit with a rugged look all your own We do love using the navigation option on the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR - itās very easy to follow and great for a new area, although we would have preferred being able to instantly download routes.[quote]just saying āwhat is the best watch for hiking and running and a bit of cyclingā is less helpful that for example āmust have ohr, must be a small format, must have 10 hours gps recording time for gpsā[/quote] +1
With Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR, you can choose to break free from the routine, find your ambition and remember what it feels like to be alive. Beautifully designed, this all-new GPS watch.. It IS a good triathlon watch and I would say it is a recommendation, albeit with the reservations I lay out above and in the detailed review that follows.You navigate through the individual screens by pressing the physical buttons. The upper right botton is used to move up in views and menus, the middle right to select an item or view alternate information, the lower right to move down in views and menus, the upper left to activate the backlight or view alternate information, and the lower left to go back.
The Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR as a fitness tracker is far less impressive - yes, it does track your steps, and lets you know when youāre on track, but itās not overly pushy or gives you much data to compare to.it doesn’t support it. suunto told me it would be in a ‘future’ update. i would not bet on it being an imminent update.For example they can be turned on and off variously for button presses; such as when navigating the menus and starting a MOVE/workout.
I take the sport has the better battery life and GPS? The sport model I would be looking at is regular model without the wrist HR(the other one is out of my budget) if that makes a difference. (Though with chest HR might be within budget if i go with the blue color, which doesn’t feel femme enough for my taste, but the white color does come under budget.)So here we have the 5 TRAINERs with the two more expensive variants and the 3 cheaper ones tending to be grouped together in the images.
However, it's the only watch we've tested that has such high heart rate accuracy despite the sensor being mounted to the wrist - most other watches want a chest strap to be certain, but the Suunto is very capable of being able to monitor what you're pumping while thrashing about.There is a slight bit more feedback from a 235’s lap button (also bottom right). polar m430’s lap button is middle right and its button is more recessed and has less feel to itA target set just before a workout/MOVE is started also appears not to trigger an alert when reached.
The Suunto Spartan Trainer has a lot to offer, and is a worthy contender for a place on your wrist. It has outstanding GPS Accuracy, as well as great support for the Stryd Footpod. However, it lacks the extensibility of Garmin's Connect IQ. (This review is based on 1.11.56 firmware. There is good (but not perfect) native support for displaying RUNNING power metrics with STRYD.Probably on par with Garmin and Polar but with different strengths and weaknesses.One of the things we've always been impressed with on Suunto watches of late is the heart rate monitor - we trust them probably more than any other brand on the market.
Which Suunto Spartan is best for you?: - Compare the different Suunto Spartan watches and choose the right watch for your needs. Plan your training sessions and sync plans to your watch The GPS-derivedĀ elevation accuracy is pretty good. Here is a ride over 8 hours withĀ a correct ascent of 535m and a correct descent of 500m. What was recorded was +552m and -580m. As you can see there is no drift that you might get with a barometric altimeter. It’s not perfect but it’s more than good enough for me.
For example, Scoche Rhythm+, which relies on Valencell technology, is one of our recommended heart rate monitors, with accuracy comparable to chest straps even though its worn on your upper or lower arm. Nevertheless, for high intensity training and exercising at peak heart rate levels you may still want to opt for a chest strap. The accuracy of wrist based heart rate measurements is getting closer, but it is still not on par with chest straps.The Finish based company, best known for its range of wearables, dive computers, compasses and precision instruments, is taking its cue from Garmin and its Fenix 5 device. Suunto’s latest addition to its family of sports watches packs in a host of features, but is considerably smaller in size than the older models. It also comes in at a lower price point. View and Download Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR user manual online. Related Manuals for Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR. Watch Suunto Spyder User Manual The Spartan Sport Trainer is not too heavy, but you'll be aware you're wearing it. We're used to wearing larger sports watches daily, and the Trainer Wrist HR is just about acceptable for daily use. Something like the Garmin Forerunner 235 feels sleeker and works better as a daily timepiece. Spartan Trainer Wrist HR. Available options. Hard Reset. Check other SUUNTO device solutions: Hard Reset. SUUNTO Traverse Alpha
I’ve been using the watch a month now and the heart rate is often far to high at the start. I don’t know what’s causing that. Seems like once your hear beat is up or you become a bit sweaty if is better. Are going to turn the watch around to see if it records better on the underside (more blood?). Also, I’ve been wondering about the R-R data in movescount. It’s too symmetrical, and the exported *.fit file doesn’t contain any RR data. So I think the optical sensor doesn’t record R-R data in the watch, but it’s some kind of conversion from hearbeats to miliseconds. I’m also going to record with a bluetooth cheststrap, maybe will have RR data then? Anyone, knows? ŠŃŠ·ŃŠ²Ń ŠæŃŠ¾ Š§Š°ŃŃ SUUNTO Spartan Sport wrist HR Baro with Belt. ŠŠ°ŠæŠøŃŠ°ŃŃ Š¾ŃŠ·ŃŠ². SUUNTO Spartan Ultra. 3 Š¾ŃŠ·ŃŠ²Š° The Polar is to expensive, why I am looking at Trainer and the Mission. I was also thinking about the Sport(as I can get it open box for about the same price as this). I really just want something for hiking, gym work and day to tracking.Which would you suggest for the beginner just getting into a better training rutuine, but is an farily avid hiker?
Where the Garmin range will almost have your runs on Strava before you've finished a run (if youāve got Wi-Fi connected), the Suunto app requires a dedicated sync and then a long wait while your workout is sent to the online portal. Finally here is a pictorial summary of how you can create new sports modes with customised screen/metrics or you can (de-)select pre-existing sports modes. There are several layers of settings: watch level (eg tones OFF); user profile level; sport level (eg wheel size); Navigation, POIs; and choosing specific metrics for each screen. Similar to most reasonably advanced sports data platforms.Thank you very much for further testing the GPS accuracy. Based on your observation I’m probably going to replace my 935. Yes, I know that sounds silly at first sight but I only run and the 935’s GPS performs bad vs. my Ambit2 in my region (heavily covered by trees). And I’m not nitpicking, I’m using such devices since the Forerunner 201 (and that one was really bad š ). So at the end I rather take less of those new gimmick features and go for accuracy.The actual dimensions of the device are 46 x 46 x 15.7 mm. This means it is similar in size to the Garmin Fenix 5 but slightly bulkier and heavier that the Forerunner 935.
One of the most annoying things about the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR is the speed with which you can navigate through the watch.10% discount (the5krunner10) at Power Meter City (USA). Amazon, 10% REI Dividend, Wiggle (up to 17% for Wiggle platinum members) – thank you for your support! Enjoy the great prices. pretty much any watch can meet that duration of recording. i’m stuggling to say what you should get as you need to provide precise criteria of the functions it needs to have. just saying “what is the best watch for hiking and running and a bit of cycling” is less helpful that for example “must have ohr, must be a small format, must have 10 hours gps recording time for gps” as you do not seem to have specific requirements I suspect all the ones you are considering will be fine.