Real current slope in the threadmill feature has been lost

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    Cedric Turczyn

    Hello Peter,

    Which treadmill have you got?

    Best regards,
    Cedric. 

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    Peret Lopez

    My threadmill is BH i.Boxter

    With previous version of BH by Kinomap. slope in the treadmill it worked right.

    Thanks

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    Peret Lopez

    Hello, Cedric,

    Is there any advance on this? My app version is 8.2.1, for  iPad.

    Regards

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    Peret Lopez

    Hello, these questions remain open? Should I create a new post? Maybe this is not the correct place

    Please, in case you do not have any answer, close this post, or reply with instructions to follow. Thanks!

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    Cedric Turczyn

    Hello,

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

    The slope of the video is still visible in the app.
    What do you see instead?
    Best regards,
    Cedric. 

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    Peret Lopez

    Hello,

    I can see the gps slope (the "real world" slope), but I cannot see the slope the treadmill has selected. For example, video slope can be 0.7%, but my treadmill will round to 1%. Also, if I choose to increase the difficulty as 120%, probably the treadmill will change to 3%. Or, if I am tired, or the opposite, maybe I will modify the slope to 2%, or 4%. I would like to see the treadmill slope, and with the new interface, it is no longer possible, unless I am wrong.

    Why it this relevant? I want to keep a minimum of 2%, for example, and many times I do not know what slope the treadmill have selected, as the video can force several changes very frequently.

    As a last comment, it would also be nice if the instant power we see showed it adapted to the slope the treadmill has selected (if the video slope is 0.7% at 10 km/h, it cam be around 188 watts; but is the treadmill has selected 3%, the real power would be around 200 watts). That is an independent comment, although related to this issue, just in case you consider it good.

    The tool is really nice, so I would like to have it the more flexible the better :)

    Thanks again!

     

     

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