Tiles are a quick way to access information that is most relevant for you, whether it is checking your training status, the weather or progress on your daily activity goals.
Suunto 7 comes with six pre-selected Tiles – Heart rate, Today, Resources, Sleep, Overview and This week by Suunto.
View and arrange Tiles
Add a new Tile
Check your exercise trends and daily activity with Suunto
You can also arrange the Tiles in the Wear OS by Google app on your phone.
You can also add new Tiles in the Wear OS by Google app on your phone.
Suunto 7 comes with six Tiles by Suunto – Heart rate, Today, Resources, Sleep, This week and Overview – to help you track your training and keep you motivated.
Swipe left to view your daily activity metrics. Swipe left again for a quick look at how much you have been exercising this week or during the past 4 weeks, which sports you have done and when. Swipe another left for a quick look at how much you have been exercising, have you had enough restorative sleep and are you recovering well enough. Tap to open Suunto Wear app to view your diary.
Touch and hold any Tile and then tap the arrows to reorder.
The Heart rate Tile provides a quick way to check your current heart rate and the 24 hour graph visualizes how your heart rate changes throughout the day - when you rest and when you are active. While the graph updates every 10 minutes, your current heart rate is measured every second to give you up to date feedback.
Check your progress on daily activity such as steps and calories.
The total calories you burn per day is based on two factors: your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and your physical activity.
Your BMR is the amount of calories your body burns while at rest. These are the calories your body needs to stay warm and perform basic function like blink your eyes or beat your heart. This number is based on your personal profile, including factors such as age and gender.
The ring around the calorie icon advances according to how many active calories you burn during the day compared to your goal. The ring around the steps icon shows how many steps you have made during the day compared to your goal.
You can edit your daily steps and calories goals in the Suunto app on your mobile phone.
During exercise, Suunto 7 tracks the total energy consumption of the exercise (BMR + active calories).
The step count in Google Fit and Suunto Wear app might differ due to the use of different algorithms.
Some of the sport modes have step count disabled which will also have an impact on the daily step count. The Google Fit Tile will show steps for an activity recorded using one of these sport modes, whereas the Suunto Today Tile will not.
The Resources Tile provides a quick way to check your current resource level or see how sleep, daily activity and stress affect your body resources from the 24 hour graph. While the graph updates every 30 minutes, your current resource level is updated more frequently.
Steady sleep schedule is often connected to improved sleep quality and recovery. The Sleep Tile helps you monitor how consistent your sleep times are. The graph displays your sleep durations, sleep start and wake-up times from past weeks.
The highlighted area on the sleep graph represents the past running 7-days of your tracked sleep. This helps you to track that you are getting enough sleep in the long term.
The duration of your previous sleep and how much body resources you gained during previous sleep are also shown in this Tile.
Maintain a good training rhythm on a weekly level and stay motivated.
Overview (past 4 weeks)
Keep your training and recovery in balance and plan ahead or make adjustments as needed.
Tiles by Suunto will only show exercises recorded with Suunto Wear app on your watch.