Suunto is a Finnish company known for designing and manufacturing sports watches, dive computers, compasses, and other outdoor sports equipment.
Founded in 1936 by Tuomas Vohlonen, who invented and patented a unique method of filling liquid compasses
Introduced their first dive computer, the Mosquito, in 1997
Acquired by Amer Sports in 1999
In 2020, Suunto was acquired by Chinese tech company Amer Sports Digital and rebranded as Suunto by Amer Sports.
American technology company known for GPS and wearable technology devices for sports, fitness, and outdoor activities.
Finnish company specializing in heart rate monitors, fitness trackers, and GPS sports watches.
Japanese electronics company known for its watches, including rugged and outdoor sports watches.
A GPS sports watch with up to 170 hours of battery life, multiple sports modes, and smartwatch features.
A dive computer with interchangeable straps, wireless connectivity, and a customizable color display.
A GPS sports watch with adaptive training guidance, up to 40 hours of battery life, and a compact design.
In general, Suunto's GPS is considered accurate by most users and reviewers. However, factors such as weather conditions, signal interference, and satellite availability can affect the accuracy.
Yes, Suunto watches are designed to withstand water and are suitable for swimming and diving activities.
Suunto offers a two-year warranty for all its products, which covers manufacturing defects and faults.
Yes, most Suunto watches are equipped with a heart rate monitor that can track your heart rate during activities.
Yes, it is recommended to calibrate the compass on Suunto watches regularly to ensure accuracy. The process is simple and can be done by following the instructions in the user manual.