• Suunto’s MoveSense makes developing your own fitness tracker way easier

    Suunto’s MoveSense makes developing your own fitness tracker way easier

    Design, sourcing, miniaturization and manufacturing of a product as complicated as a fitness tracker is all ludicrously complicated, and often isn’t core to its functionality. Suunto has shoved the sensors from its heart rate tracking strap into a developer-friendly package. Dubbed Movesense, it is designed to empower the next generation of fitness tracker creators to get started. Read More

  • Suunto Adds Active Mapping To Their Ambit Smart Watch

    Suunto Adds Active Mapping To Their Ambit Smart Watch

    In a real first for a GPS watch, Suunto has added a mapping feature to their Ambit smartwatch via a free update. The watch previously supported GPS tracking, waypoints, and training functions but this upgrade adds a live map to the mix, allowing hikers and runners to pinpoint their location on a trail or course. Read More

  • Suunto Elementum Terra All Black Watch Is All Black

    This is just a new color variation on an existing model from Suunto, but damn is it a looker. The all-black casing and negative display make for a stealthy look, and it retains all the sweet functions of the other, less handsome designs. The Terra has an altimeter, barometer, 3D compass, and a number of other features useful for mountaineering. Not that I’m going to be mountaineering… Read More

  • Suunto Core Extreme Edition Silver Watch Review

    A few years ago Suunto first released the Core. It was to be a stylish, highly variable in design, multi-sensor watch for everyone. The concept seemed to combine everything people likes about Sunnto and multi-sensor watches together. The Core was an immediate hit, but like all complex computerized item, it has some issues. People complained about battery life, durability, etc… Like… Read More

  • Review: Suunto Core Light Black

    Short version: The Core Light Black is a multifunction timepiece designed by Suunto, a Finnish company. The Core Light Black combines a timepiece with a altimeter, barometer, compass, and thermometer into one small package. While it is a large watch, the functionality it brings makes it an ideal piece for the outdoor enthusiast. Read More

  • Review: Suunto t6c training watch

    I’ve been testing quite a few training watches of late. Mostly it’s because I’ve been trying to get into shape and the only thing that has really succeeded was getting huge stomach cramps and going on an IV in the ER (lost 8 pounds! Thanks Oprah!). Sickness is the ultimate weight loss regimen. That’s neither here nor there. So When Suunto sent me the t6c I was… Read More

  • Suunto X10 GPS watch is ready for an adventure

    Suunto watches are fun. This latest wrist-computer gizmo improves on the companies X9i GPS watch with even stronger GPS tech. Plus, the company throws in an altimeter, barometer, digital compass, thermometer, stopwatch and kitchen sink functions. Back to that GPS stuff though. “After converting your Suunto X10 logs with Suunto Track Exporter, you can share your adventures with anyone… Read More

  • Suunto launches new line for the ladies

    Suunto is launching 11 new models just for the ladies, breaking their long tradition of building some of the beefiest watches on the planet and toning things down a bit. Don’t worry, guys. There’s still something for you. Trying to get some pictures right now and, since the company didn’t supply them with the press release I decided to use a picture of something the ladies… Read More

  • Track Your Adventures With Suunto X9i

    The Suunto X9i is a powerful wristwatch for anyone who likes to travel or participate in extreme sports. The X9i features a GPS system, barometer, compass, water resistance, an altimeter and a menu-based interface that will let you navigate through functions with ease. The X9i also connects to PCs via USB and comes with Suunto’s tracking software, so you can map out and email your route… Read More

  • Suunto X9i Watch Reviewed And Looking Adventurous!

    So are you feeling a bit adventurous lately and also need a new wristwatch? Look no further than the Suunto X9i say the dudes over at Spungle. Big and bulky, this bad boy isn’t just a watch, but an expandable survival tool. It comes with a 3D compass, an altimeter, can calculate sea pressure, and has a GPS system accurate up to three feet! Clearly made for the outdoorsman in your family. Read More

  • Suunto t3: It's Got it All

    We like Suunto – they make a nice watch with lots of features and have a cetain style that makes their watches look less like wrist computers than dinner plates with numbers. The t3 includes a heart-rate monitor, pedometer, as well as real-time calories burned read-out. It’s about $169.99 with a black face and $149.99 for a standard LCD face. Pedometer and heartrate pods sold… Read More