2 sliders showing level/progress of up to 18 data choices
2 arc gauges in the circle
4 configurable status icons (phone, notifications, alarms, do not disturb)
4 configurable datasets switchable by gesture
Battery saving options
3 background choices
Customizable color accent on devices with color
Choice of Garmin* or OWM weather
Always on second hand option
Live HR and solar charging options for circle number and arc 2
(*) On compatible devices
This watch face is free to download and use. The ‘premium features’ are always accessible, but when the free unlock promotion ends, a floating padlock icon will appear on the screen several seconds after gesture if no valid unlock key is entered.
You can choose how many datasets you want to switch by gesture (from 0 to 4).
Switching datasets requires double gesture, to minimize unintended switches when you move your hand for other reasons than looking at your watch.
When you raise your wrist the first time, an indicator bar appears between Data 3 and Data 5. It shows which data set is currently active – the number of bar segments (1 to 4) reflects the currently active set.
While you see the bar, move your wrist again to cycle to the next data set. This movement must be completed within the ‘Gesture timeout’ defined in the settings, or before the bar disappears. If you find it difficult to get the dataset to switch, try making the timeout longer.
Waking up to full display by gesture in power save mode
If you set ‘Full on gesture’ to ‘On’, wrist movement while in power save mode will activate the regular full screen display for about 10 seconds.
Two configurable data line gauges
They are located above (Top line) and below (Bottom line) the time and present the same collection of data as the circle arcs or highlight.
3 new entries have been added for line gauges at the end of the ‘Color setup’. First for line background color (applicable to top/bottom), second for top line foreground, last for bottom line foreground (foreground color reflects the selected data current level/progress). Remember that each entry has two colors for black and white screen background (this applies to AMOLED devices too even though white screen background is not supported).
If you don’t want to see these new data lines, on monochrome devices just set them to ‘Off’. On color devices, the background color will still be visible, so to hide it completely, you will need to edit the ‘Color setup’ to change the line background colors to black and white (white does not apply to AMOLED devices).
This is the new default setting for the circle number. If you have ‘Live HR’ selected for more than one data field, only one of these fields will be updated live, the rest will update according to your ‘Data update’ setting.
Removed the gap between hours and minutes in 24h time format
Graph options have been added for Data 5, Data 7 – 10 (or 7 – 12 on Instinct Crossover)
Possible data / graph duration:
HR – 1 hour Body Battery – 3 hours Stress – 3 hours SpO2 – 2.5 days Elevation – 2 hours Barometric pressure – 2 hours Temperature – 2 hours
The actual choice depends on the device capabilities.
The graph duration may be dependent on the device. If you find that it is different on your watch please send feedback to email@example.com.
There are three presentation options for the graphs (line, area or colors).
Colors is only available on devices with color display.
Color mapping depends on the type of the graph:
HR: according to the sport for which the current activity retrieves heart rate zone thresholds, or ‘generic’ if there is no activity (zone 1 – gray, zone 2 – blue, zone 3 – green, zone 4 – yellow, zone 5 – red)
Body battery: <= 25 – red, <= 50 – yellow, <= 75 – green, <= 100 – blue