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Review of the Suunto X10m

Up for review today is the Suunto X10m, an improved version of the X9i I reviewed in 2007. It's a GPS watch with a long list of features that belie its understated appearance: GPS: Routes, waypoints, tracks, speed distance, 1 meter (3ft) resolution. Plan and visualize tracks on a PC...

Suunto HelO2 dive computer

Suunto has just announced the release of a new hardcore dive computer, the HelO2. Designed for very serious divers indeed, this computer-interfaced wrist computer has the following features: Full mixed-gas capability. Up to eight gases as primary or secondaries. Incorporates the new 'Suunto RGBM' decompression algorithm. Oxygen contents from 8-100%,...

Review of the Suunto Core

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...

The New Suunto D4 Dive Computer

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...

The Suunto Lumi: An Adventure Watch for Women

There aren't a lot of women's outdoor watches on the market. Geeky multifunction tools like the Casio Pathfinder and the Suunto X9i are large even for men, and tend to be functionally styled. The size of the watch case required to accommodate the type of technology found in modern hiking...

Review of the Suunto X9i

View the Suunto X9i Photo Gallery If you like your watches with long feature lists, have we got a watch for you! The Suunto X9i is a wrist-top computer, adding GPS to the usual laundry list of modern digital watch features. There's no question that the Suunto X9i is designed...

The New Suunto D9 and Vyper2 Dive Watches

Suunto, a long-time maker of sophisticated sports watches, also has a line of very nice dive computers for both recreational and professional use. In addition to standard timing features, Suunto dive watches will monitor your air pressure, measure depth and water temperature, and compute things like remaining dive time and...

The Suunto X9i GPS Watch Integrates with Google Earth

While I'm on the topic of GPS watches (I wrote about the new Casio GPR-100 GPS watch last week), Suunto just released software that allows you to plot your hikes on Google Earth. From what I can tell, it looks pretty straightforward to use. The Suunto X9i has an "activity...

Review of the Suunto n6HR MSN Direct Watch

View the Suunto n6HR photo gallery. If you're interested in this watch, I can make the decision really easy for you. As always, I'll go into all kinds of detail below, but for the majority of you, this first paragraph will be all you need. Here it goes: If you're...

Suunto Watches Announces the New n6-HR Suunto MSN Direct SPOT Watch

Update (1/30/2005): Wrist Watch Review just posted a good review of the n6HR. Suunto Watches (the website, not the actual manufacturer of Suunto watches) has started taking pre-orders for the long-awaited $399.99 Suunto n6-HR Microsoft SPOT watch which is supposed to ship January 6, 2005. It looks like the Suunto...

Suunto Slims Down the n3, Introduces the n3i

It looks like Suunto has shifted their focus slightly with the new n3i. The n3i is a modest redesign of the n3, and my feeling is that they have shifted their target market slightly toward the business user. The two primary differences between the n3 and the n3i are the...

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