I'm guessing you need to enable "Always ON Display" in Wear OS watch settings. Without it some watches exit to watch face on contact with water. In Wear OS there is no "screenlock" like on Apple Watches (where Xensr implemented their app - they never had one on Android). "Always ON Display" is the only way to get around that problem.
+1 Spot on
A few of us had WOO and PIQ together. PIQ had a lot of outliers with much higher jumps, very often over-estimating the height. It might be different for you, but for us WOO is way more accurate than PIQ was.
Yeah I'm thinking the same. Some jumps that I would swear were very high turn out to not be higher than 40ft, while other jumps that don't seem so high but feel powerfull turn out to be over 45ftTheRussian wrote: ↑Tue Aug 03, 2021 4:42 pm+1 Spot on
SalmonSlayer wrote: ↑Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:55 pmI want to be clear that my post is not about WOO accuracy. It is about WOO consistency. I dont care if it measures 3 FT high or low (OK high is better )
I have used the WOO 2 & 3. I have worked in industries where judging distances is important. I should be reasonably capable of judging distances.
I do not believe my WOO is measuring my jumps consistently. My Max per WOO is 32.9ft. Before that jump I fully believe I have jumped higher and following that jump I am certain I have jumped higher. I am fairly certain, based on my judgement, I hit at least 40 yesterday, but my WOO red 26ft. I am at the point I want to throw it out. I bought the WOO so I could measure improvement and enjoy friendly competition on the water. I am at the point now that I think it is pointless if the WOO cant provide consistent measurements so I can gauge improvements.
-First I have to consider that it is my perception and nothing else. After multiple observations I dont think it is my judgement that is off, but it could be me.
-Next I am considering that it may be a difference in the board, launch technique or how much I load and pop.
-Third I am wondering if the WOO is just incapable of consistently measuring my jumps.
On multiple occasions I am sure I exceeded my 32ft jump. Then I download the session and I am disappointed. Yesterday, I was more certain than ever that I exceeded my highest WOO measured jump. My growing doubts make me want to leave it on the beach.
Is it me?
Are there reasons why WOO would work differently for different sessions?
Could the board of launch technique make a difference?
I second that. Same for me, been hit by a gust during a jump, which provided me extra height and hang time, but it did not appear in the record…
Indeed I tend to have more outliers with the PIQ, but that exactly matches my own perception: I'd often have a jump that feels way higher than the other ones, however according to the Woo, they're all similar whereas the PIQ will indeed record one outlier.
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