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Suunto n3 Menu Structure
Face Time 1.
TIMERS TIMER INTERVALS
Time Date General Units
[NEXT] [ENTER] [PREVIOUS]
Alarm 1. Alarm 2. Alarm 3.
CUSTOMER SERVICE CONTACTS
Suunto USA Canada Suunto Website
Phone 1 (800) 543-9124 Phone 1 (800) 776-7770 www.suunto.com
1. GENERAL INFORMATION...4 2. HOW TO USE YOUR SUUNTO N3...4 2.1 Buttons....5 2.2 Channels...8 2.3 Modes....8 2.4 Signal coverage....9 2.5 Status icons...10 3. TIME CHANNEL...12 3.1 Receiving the time...12 3.2 Choosing a watch face...13 3.3 Downloading a watch face...14 3.4 Chronograph....14 3.5 Timers....15 3.6 Alarms....17 4. BATTERY...18 4.1 Charging the battery...19 5. SUUNTO SPORTS INSTRUMENT DRIVERS..21 5.1 Installing Suunto sports instrument drivers (Windows 98).21 5.2 Installing Suunto sports instrument drivers (Windows 2000)..22 5.3 Uninstalling Suunto sports instrument drivers..24 6. SETTINGS....25 6.1 Time...25
6.2 Date... 27 6.3 General... 28 6.4 Units.... 30 7. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS... 31 8. GETTING HELP.... 36 8. TERMS AND CONDITIONS... 37 8.1 Copyright.... 37 8.2 Trademarks... 37 8.3 About your Suunto n3 and service... 37 8.4 FCC COMPLIANCE... 38 8.5 CE compliance... 38 8.6 ISO 9001 compliance... 38 9. WARRANTY... 39 9.1 Limits of liability... 39 9.2 After sales service... 40
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Ready, Set, Go! Wherever life takes you, your new Suunto n3 keeps you current. When you sign up for the MSN Direct service, you can choose exactly what information you want to receive. This dynamic wireless technology discreetly displays the information that matters most to you. With a quick glance at your wrist, you stay informed about news, stocks, weather, sports and more. MSN Direct-ready watches are every bit as fun as they are informative. Enjoy making fashion statements with different watch faces and customizing your Suunto n3 to fit your lifestyle. To learn more about your new Suunto n3 and how to use it, follow the instructions in this guide.
2. HOW TO USE YOUR SUUNTO N3
To get acquainted with your new Suunto n3 and learn about channels, modes, signal coverage, and status icons, keep reading. If you have not already done so, follow the steps in the Quick Start Guide to charge your Suunto n3, activate the MSN Direct service at www.msndirect.com/go, and personalize the content you want to receive.
2.1 BUTTONS Your Suunto n3 includes five buttons each of which has several different functions.
STARTSTOP/LIGHT Short press Starts and stops the Chronograph in the Chrono mode. Long press Activates the backlight in all the modes. (For personalized use of the backlight, see chapter 6. Settings.) CHANNEL Short press Returns to the mode or channel splash screen. Scrolls the channel splash screens on the display. Long press Returns to the Time channel splash screen. NEXT/LAP Short press If a mode/channel splash screen is active, you can use this button to navigate to the next splash screen. Allows you to scroll up the menus. When setting/changing a selected item, it scrolls the options on the display. When changing values, it increases the value. Changes watch faces. In the Chrono mode, it stores lap/split times. After you have stopped the Chronograph, it scrolls the stored lap/split times on the display. Long press When you press and hold the button for two seconds in menus, watch face
selections and splash screens, it starts to scroll through the options until you release it. In the Chrono mode, it resets the display after you have stopped the chrono time. PREVIOUS Short press If a mode/channel splash screen is active, you can use this button to navigate to the previous splash screen. Allows you to scroll down the menus. When setting/changing a selected item, it scrolls the options on the display. When changing values, it decreases the value. Changes watch faces. It selects either the lap/split reading or the timer reading for the lowest field of the Chrono modes main display. Long press When you press and hold the button for two seconds in menus, watch face selections and splash screens, it starts to scroll through the options until you release it. ENTER Short press In Chrono, Settings and Alarms modes, it navigates to the main display. Navigates to submenus. Accepts settings. After the last setting, it takes you back to the main display. Long press Returns to the main display.
2.2 CHANNELS Channels and their modes organize the information on your Suunto n3. Similar to the channels on your television set, you see different types of contentsuch as news and weatherwhen you switch channels on your Suunto n3. When you activate the MSN Direct service, you select the channels you want to display on your Suunto n3. Each channel appears on the Suunto n3 display with an icon and the name of the channel. To return to the Time channel, long press CHANNEL. To view the next channel, press CHANNEL, NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS. To display the contents of the current channel, release the button pressed.
2.3 MODES Each channel has one or more modes. For example, the Time channel includes the Time, Chrono, Alarms and Settings modes. The name of the current mode appears on the Suunto n3 splash screen. To view the current mode, press CHANNEL once. To view the next mode within that channel, press NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS.
2.4 SIGNAL COVERAGE The MSN Direct service is delivered over a wireless network that is based on FM radio broadcast signals. Your Suunto n3 indicates the strength of the broadcast signal by displaying a signal strength icon. The icon appears in the upper-right corner of the status bar on most channel screens. The status bar will appear on most channel screens a few seconds after the last button press. Even at low signal strength, your Suunto n3 should receive information. Signal strength can vary based on your location. Sometimes topography (hills, valleys), building structures, or nearby electronics can interfere with the broadcast signal that your Suunto n3 uses to receive information. The network sends two types of information to your Suunto n3broadcast and personal. Broadcast informationsuch as news stories and current temperaturesis sent to every Suunto n3 with MSN Direct, but only the information that you want to see is actually captured by your Suunto n3. Regardless of where you travel in North America, as long as you are within an MSN Direct coverage area, you should receive broadcast information. Your personal informationsuch as your messages and calendar appointmentsis encrypted with a unique key to help maintain your privacy. You receive personal information when you are within the range of your home coverage area. Your home coverage area is the metropolitan area where you live. For more information about your home coverage area, including what to do when you travel, go to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and click the Help link.
2.5 STATUS ICONS Your Suunto n3 displays various icons. On most watch faces these icons appear in the lower right corner of the display. The following table describes each icon. Icon Description New Message: Indicates that a new message has arrived. Battery Charging: Indicates that the battery is currently charging. Battery Low: Appears when the battery level is reduced to 30%. You need to charge your Suunto n3 soon. Alarm On: Indicates that one of the alarms is set and will sound at the appropriate time. Chrono Running: Indicates that the Chronograph is currently running.
Signal Strength: Shows you the strength of the broadcast signal that your Suunto n3 is receiving. A full signal is indicated by. A remote signal is indicated by and it means that your Suunto n3 may not be receiving your personal information. This can happen before the signal confirms the home coverage area for your Suunto n3, or if you travel out of your home coverage area. No signal is indicated by and it means that your Suunto n3 has been out of your home coverage area longer than 10 minutes and cannot find a signal. Radio Off: Means that the watch radio is off and your Suunto n3 cannot receive a broadcast signal.
3. TIME CHANNEL
Your Suunto n3 comes with three channelsTime, Messages, and Calendarthat are available for use even before you activate the MSN Direct service. The Time channel is fully operational and ready to go. The Messages and Calendar channels have limited capabilities until you activate and personalize MSN Direct. The Messages channel is available for emergency and public service announcements, and the Calendar channel includes a month view calendar. Once you activate MSN Direct, you can receive messages from others, view personal appointments, and view an events calendar for the things that interest you, such as sports schedules, financial events, and local cultural events. You can also subscribe to a number of additional channels, such as news, weather, stocks, and sports. This guide provides instructions for using the Time channel. For instructions on using the other channelsincluding Messages and Calendargo to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and click the Help link. Note: Before you activate MSN Direct, you also see the Register channel on your Suunto n3. This is a temporary channel that displays the information you need to activate the service, including the MSN Direct Web site address and your Suunto n3 ID. The instrument ID is a number that uniquely identifies your Suunto n3 so that you can receive personal messages and information. The Register channel disappears when you activate MSN Direct. 3.1 RECEIVING THE TIME When your Suunto n3 receives a broadcast signal, it should automatically receive the correct time from an atomic clock. This happens even if you have not yet activated the MSN Direct service. As long as your Suunto n3 is receiving a signal, you do not need to set the time. The time is accurate to a few thousands of a second and
automatically adjusts for daylight savings time and leap years. In addition, your Suunto n3 automatically changes to different time zones as you travel from place to place. Note: When you turn on your Suunto n3, it may take a few minutes to receive the time from an atomic clock. If you are in an area where your Suunto n3 cannot receive a signal, you can set the time manually. You can also change the time display from a 12 hour clock to a 24 hour clock, and you can override the automatic time zone setting. For details, see chapter 6. Settings. 3.2 CHOOSING A WATCH FACE You can change the face that is displayed on your Suunto n3. To choose a new watch face: 1. Long press CHANNEL to go to the Time channel. Wait for the current watch face to appear. 2. Select a suitable watch face with PREVIOUS or NEXT/LAP.
3.3 DOWNLOADING A WATCH FACE When you personalize the MSN Direct service, you can sign up to receive new watch faces. When you receive a new watch face, a specific message appears on the display (see the image below): To view the new watch face and decide whether to keep it: 1.When you receive the message, press ENTER. The new watch face appears for a few seconds. 2.Do one of the following: To keep the watch face, press NEXT/LAP (Yes). To discard the watch face, press PREVIOUS (No). Note: You can only store one downloaded watch face at a time on your Suunto n3. If you decide to keep a face, the last watch face that you downloaded is removed. 3.4 CHRONOGRAPH With the chronograph you can time eventssuch as your daily runand record lap times. You can start the chronograph, stop it, and then restart it without having to reset it. You can record up to 50 laps. To use the Chronograph: 1.Long press CHANNEL to go to the Time channel. Wait for the watch face to appear. 2. Press CHANNEL to open the Time splash screen. 3. While the Time splash screen is visible, press PREVIOUS to select Chrono. The Chrono modes main display opens.
4. Press STARTSTOP/LIGHT to start the Chronograph. Minutes, seconds and tenths of the second appear as large numbers. After one hour, tenths of the second stop appearing on the display (but are still measured as such). 5. To store lap/split times, press NEXT/LAP. 6. Press STARTSTOP/LIGHT to stop the Chronograph. 7. Scroll the stored lap/split times with NEXT/LAP. You can identify the last lap/split time by the text END on the right upper corner of the display. 8. To reset the Chronograph display, long press NEXT/LAP. Before resetting the Chronograph, you can restart it by pressing STARTSTOP/LIGHT. It continues measuring the time from the point when it was previously stopped. 3.5 TIMERS Suunto n3 has three different training timers that you can use alongside the Chronograph. For example, you can use these versatile timers for countdown time measurement before the start of a competition, for work and rest intervals in circuit training or to automatically start the Chronograph after a warm-up period. Different timers function differently according to their type and purpose. Timer-Stop starts the set countdown time when activated and stops it after the time has run out. Timer-Chrono starts the set countdown time when activated and automatically starts the Chronograph after the time has run out.
Timer-Repeat activates the set interval times one after another (maximum of 20 different intervals) and after they are finished, it returns to the normal Chronograph function. The Chronograph is activated when the first interval is started by the press of STARTSTOP/LIGHT and stops only when stopped by the press of STARTSTOP/LIGHT. To set and activate Timers: 1.Long press CHANNEL to go to the Time channel. Wait for the watch face to appear. 2.Press CHANNEL to open the Time splash screen. 3.While the Time splash screen is visible, press PREVIOUS to select Chrono. The Chrono modes main display opens. 4.Press ENTER to navigate to the Timer function display. 5.Use PREVIOUS and NEXT/LAP to select either Timers to activate any of the three timers or Timer Intervals to set intervals to different timers. 6. On the Activate Timer display, select a suitable timer with PREVIOUS or NEXT/ LAP and press ENTER. Suunto n3 confirms your selection and returns to the Chrono mode. If you want to deactivate Timers and use the Chronograph without any countdown alarms, select and accept All Off in the menu. 7. On the Timer Intervals display, use PREVIOUS or NEXT/LAP to select any of the three timers for setting the Interval time. For Timer-Repeat you can also set the number of intervals along with their times.
3.6 ALARMS Suunto n3 has three separate alarms that you can set to remind you about specific events or to wake you up in the morning. To set and activate alarms: 1. Long press CHANNEL to go to the Time channel. Wait for the current watch face to appear. 2. Press CHANNEL again to open the Time splash screen. 3. While the Time splash screen is visible, scroll to Alarms with PREVIOUS. After a few seconds, the Time alarms display opens. 4. Select a suitable alarm with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The Set alarm display opens. 5. Set the alarm either On or Off with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. 6. Set the minutes and hours (and am/pm on 12h mode) with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. Suunto n3 returns to the Time alarms display. Suunto n3 sounds the alarm and displays an illuminated alarm message (see below) for 30 seconds at the set time. The message automatically disappears when the sound stops. You can dismiss the alarm by pressing any of the Suunto n3 buttons.
Suunto n3 is a feature-rich instrument and has numerous functions. Because of this, it uses more battery power and must be recharged periodically, much like other devices such as cell phones or walkie-talkies. Your Suunto n3 should function fully for a few days on a single charge. The amount of time the battery lasts between charging sessions varies depending on a number of factors, including which watch face you are using, which channel Suunto n3 displays most of the time, the strength of the broadcast signal, and the amount of information that you receive. To extend the battery life between charging sessions: Stay on the Time channel unless you are viewing content on another channel. Some channels rotate new information through the screen continually, even when you are not looking at them, which consumes battery power. Turn the button tones off. Turn the radio off. If you are outside a reception area or not interested in receiving information, you can turn the radio off and your Suunto n3 stops looking for a broadcast signal. Remember to turn the radio back on. Turn your Suunto n3 off. If you are not wearing your Suunto n3, you can turn it off. Suunto n3 maintains your current information for a long time, but the Suunto n3 screen is blank and the instrument receives no additional information. When the Suunto n3 battery is fully charged, it is at 100%. When the Suunto n3 battery is fully discharged, it is at 0%. Your Suunto n3 is fully functional from 100% down to a 20% charge. The following table describes how Suunto n3 responds at different battery charge levels.
Battery charge remaining 30% 20%
Suunto n3 response The low battery indicator ( ) appears.
A notification message appears. Suunto n3 goes into the low battery mode. The radio turns off and stops receiving new information. Suunto n3 switches to the Time channel after 5 minutes. The watch face may switch to one that uses less battery power. Suunto n3 shuts down and the screen goes blank. Suunto n3 conserves the contents of its memory.
4.1 CHARGING THE BATTERY If your Suunto n3 has a remaining battery charge of 30% or less, you should charge it as soon as possible. Charging the Suunto n3 takes up to 5 hours. To charge your Suunto n3: 1. Connect the USB cable to the adapter. Plug the adapter into an electrical outlet. 2. Connect the USB cables data snake to your Suunto n3. 3. Wait for the Suunto n3 to fully charge. The message CHARGED is displayed when the battery is fully charged. Warning: Your Suunto n3 contains a Li-ion battery. To reduce the risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of in fire or
water. Only replace with manufacturer-specified batteries. Recycle or dispose of used batteries properly. Note: You can also charge your Suunto n3 directly from your PC via the USB cable but first you need to install the USB software. The USB software installation package is on the CD delivered with your Suunto n3. See chapter 5. for installation instructions.
5. SUUNTO SPORTS INSTRUMENT DRIVERS
These instructions assume that you are installing Suunto Sports Instrument drivers on a clean system, i.e. one that does not contain any Suunto Sports Instrument drivers. If this is not the case, uninstall the previously installed drivers before proceeding with the installation. See section 5.3 Uninstalling Suunto sports instrument drivers for more information. 5.1 INSTALLING SUUNTO SPORTS INSTRUMENT DRIVERS (WINDOWS 98) The installation is in two parts. First you install the drivers for the Suunto Sports instrument and then for the virtual USB serial port. To install the Suunto Sports Instrument: 1. The drivers are located on your PC software installation CD-ROM. Insert the CDROM into your computer. 2. Attach the Suunto Sports Instrument PC interface cable to the computer serial port and then plug the other end into your Suunto n3. The Add New Hardware Wizard is activated. 3. Click Next. 4. Choose Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended) and click Next. 5. Select Specify a location and browse for the driver folder on the installation CDROM. Click Next. The located driver is shown on the screen. 6. Click Next to install the located driver. 7. Click Finish to finish the first part of the installation and proceed to the serial port installation.
To install the USB serial port: This should follow automatically once the Suunto Sports Instrument installation is complete and take a couple of seconds. Do not interrupt the installation before both parts of the installation are finished. Once the installation of the serial port is completed, check that it has been successful. Select Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager. Then select View Devices by connection. The device should have been installed as Suunto USB Serial Port (COMx), attached to Suunto Sports Instrument. 5.2 INSTALLING SUUNTO SPORTS INSTRUMENT DRIVERS (WINDOWS 2000) The installation is in two parts. First you install the drivers for the Suunto Sports instrument and then for the virtual USB serial port. To install the Suunto Sports Instrument: 1. The drivers are located on your PC software installation CD-ROM. Insert the CDROM into your computer. 2. Attach the Suunto Sports Instrument PC interface cable to the computer serial port and then plug the other end into your Suunto n3. The Found New Hardware Wizard is activated. 3. Click Next. The Install Hardware Device Drivers window opens. 4. Choose Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended) and click Next. The Locate Driver Files window opens. 5. Select Specify a location and browse for the driver folder on the installation CDROM. Click Next. The Driver Files Search Results window opens. 6. Click Next to install the located driver.
7. Click Finish to finish the first part of the installation and proceed to the serial port installation To install the USB serial port: This should follow automatically once the Suunto Sports Instrument installation is complete. Repeat steps 3-6 to install the USB serial port. Then click Finish to close the wizard. Do not interrupt the installation before both parts of the installation are finished. Once the installation of the serial port is completed, check that it has been successful. Select Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Hardware - Device Manager. Then select View - Devices by connection. The device should have been installed as Suunto USB Serial Port (COMx), attached to Suunto Sports Instrument.
5.3 UNINSTALLING SUUNTO SPORTS INSTRUMENT DRIVERS 5.3.1 Windows 98 To uninstall Suunto Sports Instrument drivers: 1. Select Start - Settings - Control Panel - Add/Remove Software. A window that shows the currently installed programs opens. 2. Select Suunto USB Drivers and then click Add/Remove. This will bring up the Suunto Uninstaller screen, which asks if it OK to delete the drivers. 3. Select Continue to finish the uninstallation. 5.3.2 Windows 2000 To uninstall Suunto Sports Instrument drivers: 1. Select Start - Settings - Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs. A window that shows the currently installed programs opens. 2. Select Suunto USB Drivers and then click Change/Remove. This will bring up the Suunto Uninstaller screen, which asks if it OK to delete the drivers. 3. Select Continue to finish the uninstallation.
You can adjust all the settings of your Suunto n3 in the Settings mode, which is divided into four categories: Time, Date, General and Units. If you are receiving a broadcast signal and the radio is turned on, you cannot set the time and date manually, those are set by the network. In this case, your Suunto n3 automatically receives the correct time from an atomic clock. To go to the Settings mode: 1. Long press CHANNEL to go to the Time channel. Wait for the watch face to appear. 2. Press CHANNEL to open the Time splash screen. 3. While the Time splash screen is visible, scroll to Settings with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The Settings modes main display opens. 6.1 TIME Normally the network provides you with the right time and local time zone. However, if you have no network coverage, you can also update the time manually. 6.1.1 Setting the time To set the time: 1. In the Settings mode, select Time with ENTER. The Time display opens. 2. Select Set time with ENTER. The Set time display opens.
3.Set seconds, minutes, hours (and am/pm if 12h unit is in use) with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and accept them with ENTER. Suunto n3 confirms your selections and you return to the main display. 6.1.2 Setting the time zone By default, the time zone is set to Set by network and it reflects the time zone that corresponds to the atomic clock that the Suunto n3 is currently set to. This means that the time zone is updated automatically as you move from place to place. You can also set the time zone manually. To set the time zone: 1.In the Time display, scroll to Set time zone with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The Set time zone display opens. 2.Select your local time zone with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and press ENTER. Suunto n3 confirms your selection and you return to the main display. 6.1.3 Setting the dual zone Some of the optional time faces also have a dual time function. You can use this function to keep track of two different time zones. For example, if you are travelling and want to keep track of your home time and local time. To set the second time zone: 1.In the Time display, scroll to Set dualzone with PREVIOUS
and press ENTER. The Set dual zone display opens. 2. Select a suitable time zone with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and press ENTER. Suunto n3 confirms your selection and you return to the main display. 6.2 DATE Suunto n3 has a programmed calendar until the year 2049. The day is automatically updated according to the set date and year. Also if network coverage is present and transmission has been received, the date will be updated automatically. However, you can also set the date manually. To set the date: 1. In the Settings mode, scroll to Date with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The Set date display opens. 2. Set the month, day and year with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and accept the selections with ENTER. The weekday on the bottom row will be updated automatically according to your settings. Suunto n3 confirms your selection on the display and you return to the main display.
6.3 GENERAL To make your Suunto n3 better suited to your needs, you can adjust different settings such as button tones, backlight, radio/watch sleep and splash screen transition styles. You can also find information for checking the signal strength and battery status. To change the general settings: 1.In the Settings mode, scroll to General with PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The General display opens. 2.Select the desired settings with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and press ENTER. The display where you can change the settings opens. 3.Change the settings with NEXT/LAP or PREVIOUS and press ENTER. You return to the main display. Radio sleep allows you to turn the radio off to save battery power. This is a good option if you are traveling in an area where there is no signal coverage. The radio off icon ( ) is displayed in the upper right corner of most Suunto n3 displays. Normally you should keep your radio on so that you can receive broadcasting information to your channels. Watch sleep allows you to turn the display of your Suunto n3 off to save battery. This is a good option if you know you will not be using your Suunto n3 for a while, for example during the night. When you turn off your Suunto n3, the radio is also automatically turned off. However, all the other functions work normally even when the Suunto n3 display is turned off. You can turn the display back on with the press of any button.
How do I set the time? As long as you are in an MSN Direct coverage area, you should not have to set the time. Your Suunto n3 acquires the current local time automatically from an atomic clock. This may take a few minutes to acquire initially. If the Set Time setting displays Time Set By Network, then you are in an MSN Direct coverage area. If you are outside an MSN Direct coverage area, you can set the time and date manually. For details, see page 25. What happens when I activate the MSN Direct service? Your Suunto n3 receives the personalized information you selected on the MSN Direct Web site. The following actions take place: 1.Your Suunto n3 receives the confirmation message WELCOME. 2.The Register channel disappears from your Suunto n3. 3.Your Suunto n3 starts receiving channel content, such as news stories and local weather information. How will I know when my Suunto n3 is activated? You will receive a WELCOME confirmation message on your Suunto n3. You will also receive a confirmation e-mail within 24 hours. Can I adjust the volume on my Suunto n3? No. Can my Suunto n3 communicate with other devices enabled with MSN Direct? No. Is my Suunto n3 water-resistant? Yes. Its water-resistance is tested to 330ft/100m according to ISO 2281 standard (www.iso.ch).
Note: Do not use Suunto n3 for diving or to obtain data under water. Note: Do not push the buttons while swimming or in contact with water under any circumstances. Deliberate or unintentional depression of the buttons while the unit is submerged could cause the unit to malfunction. Can the strap be cut to adjust the length? No. Where do I send my Suunto n3 for repair service? If you experience a problem with your Suunto n3, please call Suunto Customer Service at (toll free) 1 (800) 543-9124 for Suunto USA or 1 (800) 776-7770 for Suunto Canada. For additional information, go to our Web site at www.suunto.com. My Suunto n3 does not show the correct time. What should I do? When you first turn on your Suunto n3, the time reverts to 12:00 A.M. while the instrument attempts to receive the correct local time from a nearby broadcast signal. When the Suunto n3 receives a signal, the time is automatically updated to the current local time. The MSN Direct coverage area includes most major metropolitan areas throughout North America. If your Suunto n3 is inside any of these coverage areas, it should automatically receive the correct local time, unless the radio is turned off. By default, the radio is turned on. If your Suunto n3 is outside of a coverage area, it will not receive the correct time until you return to the coverage area. For more information about coverage areas, go to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and click the Help link. Sometimes topography (hills, valleys), building structures, or nearby electronics can interfere with the broadcast signal that your Suunto n3 uses to receive the correct local time. When that happens, your Suunto n3 experiences a delay in
receiving the correct time. If your Suunto n3 is exactly one or more full hours away from the correct time, it is possible that your Time Zone settings are set to a specific time zone. Make sure that the time zone is set to Set by network. For details, see page 26. If you are outside of the MSN Direct coverage area, you can set the time manually. For details, see page 25. My Suunto n3 battery died before I could recharge it. What should I do? Do not worry! Just place your Suunto n3 on the charger and it will begin to charge. All your information comes back online as soon as the Suunto n3 has enough battery power. My Suunto n3 is not responding to any button presses. What should I do? Turn your Suunto n3 off and then turn it back on by completing the following steps: 1.Simultaneously press and release PREVIOUS, STARTSTOP/LIGHT, and CHANNEL. This turns off the Suunto n3. 2.Wait for a few seconds, and then simultaneously press and release NEXT/LAP, STARTSTOP/LIGHT, and CHANNEL. It takes several seconds for the Suunto n3 to power on, and then a watch face will appear. If your Suunto n3 still does not respond to any button presses, call the Suunto Customer Service at (toll free) 1 (800) 543-9124 for Suunto USA or 1 (800) 7767770 for Suunto Canada. I activated the MSN Direct service, but my Suunto n3 is not receiving any of the information I selected. What should I do? You may not have received the activation and configuration message that was sent when you activated the service. This can happen if you were outside an
MSN Direct coverage area, or if you were temporarily in an area where reception is poor. You can instruct the MSN Direct service to resend the configuration message. To do so, go to www.msndirect.com and click the link to resend the configuration message. My Suunto n3 has not received any new information in a day or more. What should I do? The MSN Direct coverage area includes most major metropolitan areas throughout North America. If your Suunto n3 is inside any of these coverage areas, it should automatically receive new broadcast information (news stories, current temperatures). If your Suunto n3 is outside a coverage area, it does not receive any new broadcast information until you return to the coverage area. For more information about coverage areas, go to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and click Help. If you leave your home coverage area and travel to another MSN Direct coverage area, your Suunto n3 will not receive personal information (personal messages, calendar appointments) unless you go to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and set up a travel schedule. Sometimes topography (hills, valleys), building structures, or nearby electronics can interfere with the broadcast signal that your Suunto n3 uses to receive information.
8. GETTING HELP
For additional help with your Suunto n3, please call Suunto Customer Service at 1 (800) 543-9124 (Suunto USA) or 1 (800) 776-7770 (Suunto Canada) or go to our Web site at www.suunto.com. For help with the MSN Direct service, go to the MSN Direct Web site at www.msndirect.com and click the Help link, or contact MSN Customer Support at 1866-658-7032 (within the United States). For deaf or hard-of-hearing customers, call 1-800-877-9580 (within the United States) for technical support or 1-866-271-7577 (within the United States) for accounts and billing support.
8. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8.1 COPYRIGHT This publication and its contents are proprietary to Suunto Oy and are intended solely for the use of its clients to obtain knowledge and key information regarding the operation of Suunto n3 products. Its contents shall not be used or distributed for any other purpose and/or otherwise communicated, disclosed or reproduced without the prior written consent of Suunto Oy. While we have taken great care to ensure that information contained in this documentation is both comprehensive and accurate, no warranty of accuracy is expressed or implied. Its content is subject to change at any time without notice. The newest version of this documentation can always be downloaded in www.suunto.com. 8.2 TRADEMARKS Suunto, Suunto n3, Replacing Luck, and their logos are registered or unregistered trademarks of Suunto Oy. All rights are reserved. Microsoft, MSN and the MSN Logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. 8.3 ABOUT YOUR SUUNTO N3 AND SERVICE You will need a subscription to the MSN Direct service to take full advantage of all Suunto n3 features. MSN Direct is available to residents in the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, and Canada. To receive MSN Direct on an MSN Direct-ready device, you must be within an MSN Direct coverage area; check the current coverage maps available at www.msndirect.com. Internet access is required for the on-line activation of your MSN Direct account. A major credit or debit card is required.
Activation and service charges will apply. Prices are subject to change. Regular charging of Suunto n3 is required for use. SAFETY FIRST: Watches can be worn anywhere so use the service sensibly and safely. 8.4 FCC COMPLIANCE Suunto n3 complies with Part 15 of the FCC limits for class B digital devices. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed or used in accordance with the instructions may cause harmful interference to radio communications. There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular instance. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to other equipment, try to correct the problem by relocating the equipment. Consult an authorized Suunto dealer or other qualified service technician if the problem cannot be corrected. Operation is subject to the following conditions: (1) This instrument cannot cause harmful interference, and, (2) this instrument must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Repairs should be made by authorized Suunto service personnel. Unauthorized repairs will void warranty. 8.5 CE COMPLIANCE The CE mark is used to mark conformity with the European Union EMC directives 89/ 336/EEC. 8.6 ISO 9001 COMPLIANCE Suuntos Quality Assurance System is certified by Det Norske Veritas to be ISO 9001 compliant in all SUUNTO Oys operations (Quality Certificate No. 96-HEL-AQ-220)
9.1 LIMITS OF LIABILITY If this product should fail due to defects in materials or workmanship, Suunto Oy will, at its sole option, repair or replace it with new or rebuilt parts, free of charge, for two (2) years from the date of its purchase. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser and only covers failures due to defects in materials and workmanship that occur during normal use while in the period of the warranty. It does not cover battery, battery replacement, damage or failures resulting in accident, misuse, neglect, mishandling, alteration or modifications of the product, or any failure caused by operation of the product outside the scope of its published specifications, or any causes not covered by this warranty. There are no express warranties except as listed above. The client can exercise the right to repair under the warranty by contacting Suunto Oys Customer Service department to obtain a repair authorization. Suunto Oy and its subsidiaries shall in no event be liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of or inability to use the product. Suunto Oy and its subsidiaries do not assume any responsibility for losses or claims by third parties that may arise through the use of this instrument.
9.2 AFTER SALES SERVICE If a claim under warranty appears to be necessary: Return the product, freight prepaid, to your Suunto dealer who is responsible for having your product repaired. Include your name and address, proof of purchase and/or service registration card, as required in your country. The claim will be honoured and the product repaired or replaced at no charge and returned in what your Suunto dealer determines a reasonable amount of time, provided all necessary parts are in stock. All repairs made, not covered under the terms of this warranty, will be made at the owners expense. This warranty is non-transferable from the original owner. If it is not possible to contact your Suunto dealer, contact your local Suunto distributor for further information. You can locate your local Suunto distributor at www.suunto.com.
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J A N U A R Y 7, 0 4
By Michael J. Miller If you want your watch to deliver the news headlines, local weather, and stock prices, youll like Microsofts new MSN Direct watches. Bill Gates first showed off his SPOT technology at last years Consumer Electronics Show a year ago. Its now a year later, and the first watches are here. Over the last few weeks, Ive tried out two of them, along with the information service, now called MSN Direct. The service uses unused portions of the FM radio band to send out information in a local area. Each watch has a unique ID and pulls in only the information that you ask fornews, sports, particular stock prices, or messages. The bandwidth is limited, so you get only headlines and short messages sent from MSN Messenger. But the idea isnt to spend time reading your watch. Rather, a quick glance every now and then will keep you up to date. You can set up the service to deliver several kinds of information, including national, business, international, or sports news headlines; stock prices of specific companies; and basic market indices. Using a utility from your desktop, you can send calendar items to the watch as well as get personal messages sent through MSN Messenger. It can also receive multiple watch faces with alarms and timers. I found the Glance mode to be the most useful; it cycles through the information on your watch, so you can just glance at your wrist and get information. Some of the services arent working yet, but Microsoft says that soon youll be able to customize MSN Direct to get information about specific sports teams. And I like the idea of getting the traffic report for a selected route. But such a service is a ways off. The MSN Direct service costs $9.95 per month or $59.95 per year, plus the cost of the watch. Ive tried the service with two watches: a pre-release version of the Fossil Wrist Net, which looks somewhat like Dick Tracys wrist radio; and a Suuntos N3 wrist top. Both worked adequately, but theyre definitely designed for people who like big watches. The Fossil watches start at $129, and the Suunto wrist tops will cost around $200. I found the Suunto charger to be much smaller and easier to travel with, important because both watches need to be charged every two days. Microsoft claims it has coverage in 100 of the largest population centers in the country. So far, its been working fine for me in New York City, San Francisco, and Las Vegas. However, I couldnt get a signal in suburban Connecticut. For now, MSN Direct watches are more interesting as gadgets than as information-gathering devices. At first, wearing one was fun, although I often found myself referring to it as my trivia watch because every time I glanced at the screen I read some news headline I didnt know about. Im looking forward to being able to customize the information to my needs. And in terms of design, I wish the watches were a little smaller. Check out PCMag.coms 2004 CES Report
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