Since the navigation was canceled due to an empty battery in the old Galaxy J5, which I also use every now and then, and the course was obviously not recorded despite the new battery, the rest is missing from km 33.4 to home.
The first 13 pictures, which I had taken even though no longer were recorded, belong to the end of the tour, but due to the lack of a "track" I cannot put them in the back.Our passengers, Inti58 and Inti2017, have recorded the tour completely under "Through forests and meadows south of Frankfurt".
I save that "clawing" and putting on again with.It was also important to me to test the batteries today, because the Focus is finally equipped with the second battery.
At 14.8 km from the start, there was still a range of 279 km in ECO on the watch, and when you got home, 55.5 km after the start, the remaining range was still 217 km.You can only slow down your legs or your buttocks.
Let's see how it gets on the coast with a headwind.
about 16 hours ago
I just did a little test round with the Gear S3. I started with 100% battery charge, did a 3-kilometer lap in offline / flight mode and briefly switched on the display with every vibration. In the end, I was still at 90% battery charge, which would be a good value. The test scenario was of course very unrealistic, I'll do another long test in the forest soon.
7 days ago
Today again a short round to compare the recording data of the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Samsung Gear S3.You don't have to worry about the Accu performance of the 11 PRO Max, it seems to be really good. There is no data (Apple stays covered), but it is assumed that the battery has almost 4000 mAh.Things look different with the clock. At the start about 70% battery power and shortly before the end of the tour she "puked" that the battery is soon empty and needs a charge. The level was still at 15%.
WLAN and Bluetooth were switched off, only GPS on.
I was interested in one more thing: what happens when the clock is switched to economy mode. Does the GPS continue to work?
I can't really answer the question, only this much: I set the watch on a low flame and switched it on again after about 250 meters.
She asked, do you want to continue navigating?
Of course I want, so economy mode switched off again and it continued to record without new settings.
When checking at home, there is also a difference in the length of the course, namely 8.53 km (IPhone) to 8.29 km (Smartwatch).
In the two photos with the circuit you can see that the course is shown without gaps and is not interrupted.The other test object, the half-height mountain boots, work without a battery and only on their own and do well.
Hopefully this will be the case in the right mountains in late summer.
7 days ago
Today, despite the short distance, a lot of photos.
The purpose of the tour was, in addition to the question of how well the camera of the iphone works, how it looks with the GPS of the cell phone, whether it leaves, if it is hidden deep in the pocket, if you are in the forest and closed takes photos at the same time.
I also connected the whole thing to a test of the Komoot app on the Samsung Gear, which ran parallel to the cell phone.The main focus was on the camera and here in particular on the extreme wide-angle function.
I think she's doing quite well.
If it’s too much for you, just leaf through it.I will also set the parallel recording with the Gear under other titles, not to do km or hm, but so that you can see the comparison of distance, altitude and time.PS: at the end one more request: I have found that 2 photos of the same motif were always taken, whereby in the description once IMG1234 ~ photo.jpg and on the second same picture IMG1234 ~ photo-full.jpg. The ... full was always in the 16: 9 format. Does the camera always do this in a certain setting that I do not know, or how does the "double display" come about?
Who knows what, please report 😍👍
May 24, 2020
The same lap as the tour shown previously and recorded with the GPS of the Iphone.
This record was only used for comparison purposes of recorded altitude, distance, time, km etc. and therefore does not contain any pictures.PS: the significantly longer time is due to the fact that I only switched off the clock later to prevent the eventual overwriting of the other tour. First the other named, then this stopped, set and a little differently named.
May 24, 2020
After a long abstinence when it comes to hiking or cycling, we finally escaped from our home garden again and went on a bike tour through our home.
The rough route led from Dietzenbach via Götzenhain and Dreieichenhain towards Langen and then past Buchschlag and Neu-Isenburg to the Goetheturm and through the Frankfurt city forest.
A bit of water was also there and then slowly went over Heusenstamm towards home.
I don't want to write any more about this except: it is really worth taking a look at this tour.Pleasing for me: the Iphone also passed the test, both in terms of the stability of the GPS, as well as the battery and camera.
May 16, 2020
Since the big storm in September 2019, in which a lot was laid to rubble, we too have suffered water damage in an apartment and thereby lost a good tenant.
And then the battle started with the administration and many "knowledgeable" companies over the damage repair.
Yesterday it was finally done, four new large Velux windows were installed and the interior work is also pending.
At least the beginning has been made and so today we examined the new windows and did a very small "round of the house".
We don't want more on weekends, there is probably too much activity outside, and the garden does too.
Wherever you are, a beautiful, sunny and distance-keeping Sunday.
April 26, 2020
A short tour description and caption of the pictures will be added tomorrow 😁😉.
Here is the added tour history:
After we had to pause for a few days in the garden at home because of the dense traffic despite "keeping our distance", a bike tour was due again today.
The goal was open, we only wanted to visit Seligenstadt again because friends live there (we always make phone calls in front of the house with visual contact!).
But they were also "on tour" and so the question remained, where to go?
The other, partly Bavarian side, is also interesting, but since the Seligenstadt ferry is currently out of service, we first drove on the Seligenstadt side via Groß-Welzheim to the beginning of Mainflingen.
There is the first bridge over which you can cross the Main. We then reached Dettingen on the other side of the Main via the Kiliansbrücke.
From there we always drove along the Main Cycle Path further below from Karlstein to Großwelzheim. After Großwelzheim you drive through a very narrow Mainbogen and shortly afterwards you reach the opposite Seligenstadt and then Kahl am Main.
Past the tributary of the Kahl in the Main and Gustavsee in the Mainbogen there, the path leads past the village of Kahl, between the Main and the Hornsee to Großkrotzenburg. Here, too, we remain below the town on the Main, but shortly afterwards we are slowed down by the Staudinger power plant, which has no passage. So a few hundred meters back, then up a small footpath on the left and over the "Schmaler Weg" to Hanauer Landstraße, on which we then continue to use the bike path.
This leads and directly to Groß-Auheim, where we can return to the Main Cycle Path after a short left-right turn.
Here it is an absolute must to look at the magnificent church of St. Paul from the outside at least. We were lucky that it was open today, we were able to take a look inside and light a candle.
Soon we are in the Hanau floodplain landscape, where the onward journey would be very difficult due to the adjacent port area or bypassing this area. So back in a big arc and then the much easier crossing of the Main Bridge on a separate bike path is the solution.
You are already on the Steinheim Main side where you can continue. Here, too, a beautiful bike path leads directly along the Main past Steinheim, Dietesheim, Mühlheim and Rumpenheim and then through the Fechenheim arch to the Offenbach Main bank.
This is where our actual return to Dietzenbach begins, which, apart from the beautiful local forest, no longer offers anything special.
Kommot shows 75 km, the Nyon from Sunny 76.1 km.
So be it, the small deviation really doesn't matter on such a beautiful tour.
April 23, 2020
A round in the Offenbach district, completely unplanned and just off you go.
However, we tried to avoid passing through the village as far as possible, which we managed to do relatively often, with the exception of Langen.
In the speed profile you can clearly see how often people stopped to look for the right direction or take photos.
No matter, unplanned seems to be good.
April 16, 2020
Pensionär, 76 Jahre alt, gerne in den Bergen, besonders in Südtirol und dem Ötz- und Venter-Tal, unterwegs, in der Rhein-Main-Region zuhause und mangels "richtiger Berge" gelegentliche Radtouren und Wanderungen in der umliegenden Region.