A few years ago Suunto first released the Core. It was to be a stylish, highly variable in design, multi-sensor watch for everyone…
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Every time I run into someone wearing a Suunto watch, I can’t help but ask them how they like their watch. Often times I catch them off guard…
I’ve been a Suunto fan ever since I got my first Suunto watch back in college. That was a negative LCD Suunto Observer, and is still one of my favorite digital watches…
Suunto doesn’t make just “watches,” but rather “wrist-top computers.” This new line of watches has been designed in partnership with the International Triathlon Union (ITU). That means the watches have been designed for some serious and specific training use. The traditional training watch was light weight, had some timing functions, and that is it. Later […]
“At WatchReport, we’re big fans of outdoor watches. We’ve reviewed several Casio Pathfinders, and today we have the Suunto Core Light Green. There are eight Core models, differing in case design and coloration. I chose the Light Green for both functional and aesthetic reasons – it’s the lightest of the bunch, with aluminum bezel and […]
Last year Sunnto released the Core series of watches, attempting to merge style with Sunnto’s almost legendary mixture of features and functions in what they call “wristop computers.” The Core line does a great job of combining the functions that Suunto is known for. You get an altimeter (measuring altitude), barometer (barometric pressure for weather […]
Suunto recently introduced an entry level dive computer that they’re calling the D4. It’s not as complex as either the D9 or the Vyper we covered previously; rather, Suunto describes it as “the introductory model in the Suunto diving line”. When you’re talking about Suunto, however, even “introductory” means an astounding number of features for both SCUBA divers, and free divers.
We usually stay away from far-fetched tech concepts, because it is never a good idea to make one salivate with news of something that might never become attainable. In this instance however, it is probably safe to say that such a device is within our grasp in the next ten years max. The Nokia Eco […]
There aren’t a lot of women’s outdoor watches on the market. The problem is that plenty of women are obviously into hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, skiing, etc. and have just as much of a need for helpful instruments as men. The answer, therefore, is not to ignore women, but to design something both functional and feminine, like the new Suunto Lumi.
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