Best answer by barerun
Just my opinion to the answers :
battery - one month in clock mode means 1/4 only for week and this is not small ! this is one long run ! My experience - thursday 2 hours run (gps + hr) then 3 days break in clock mode took near 1/4 of capacity, sunday 4,5 hours run (gps+hr) and battery was over at the end ... my conclusion is that adventure oriented watches must have priority in energy saving and not to rely on some short energy refresh before each run. By the time of traveling it could by really stressful.
ascent - again adventure oriented device is about more independency at the others apps - is that really so big problem to upgrade system to store acsents in history ?
well - i like minimum design and it surely could works with minimum functions. But i dont understand why i have to see the same data at the bottom of screens and because of this a have to list more screens. TT watch is my new platform when before TT was for me just good for cityrun and music only. Unfortunately "adventure" is still more about PR
night mode - (similiar problem with manual laps) - when you have to cover display - its very unreliable especially when battery is less than 1/3 - and with very low battery it doesnt work at all
autopause - ok but there are manual pauses which could have more influences at results. using of autopause you could leave at decission of the users. My personal experiences with accurancy of autopauses was only best. This is one of these functions i can forget for watches and enjoy running.