John B

John B

VA/MD woods, trails, rivers. PacNW Cascades and Puget Sound

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John B

John B wrote an answer about on May 8, 2012

Yes, you certainly can. Various online and brick/mortar vendors will fit these with a variety of compatible lenses for wear in the mountains or on the sea--anywhere that glare and UV is a particular issue. Different filter/transmission levels available. I've seen up to 91% vis light reduction. I also tried on a pair and like them; good fit, comfortable on the bridge of the nose, and not too curved to take Rx lens. Good luck!

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John B wrote an answer about on April 30, 2011

Moveslink (download software) and Movescount (web based software for analysis) are both compatible with Mac's with Intel processor, and running OSX 5 and higher (Leopard/Snow Leopard). The previous PC-based analysis software, Suunto Training Manager, was pretty good, and was stand alone, on your machine, not Suunto's servers. I liked it, but it was not natively compatible on Mac PPC or Intel - you have to boot up in windows and download to that partition or use a Win emulator/VM. Movescount is definitely a step down in data analysis, and is little more than a social networking site with ability to track your "progress," but not get the deep dive into the data that STraM provided. Suunto has discontinued support for for STraM and refuses to answer even basic questions about it on Movescount.com and their Facebook page. You can logon and check out Movescount without buying the watch. TrainingPeaks is also compatible with Suunto T6, and is web based, but much more data rich than Movescount. Unfortunately, for TrainingPeaks you must upload .sdf file, which can only be downloaded via (STraM), so Catch-22.

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