Suunto Core

Suunto Core

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    • Suunto Core Mountaineering Watch (880900)

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    • Suunto Core SS014809000 Sports Watch Regular Black

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    • Suunto Core Glacier Gray Sports Watch (SS016636000) (Grey) (15425-AA-GY)

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    • Suunto Core SS014809000 Sports Watch Regular Black

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    • Suunto CORE Outdoor Watch - All Black (427901)

      Leaders in performance camping & hiking gear
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    • Suunto Core All Black Military Watch

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    • Suunto Core Lava Red

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    • SUUNTO Core Regular Black Outdoor Watch

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  • Shopbot Review
  • 4.8 / 5
    • The good:
      Informative, Very Useful
    • The bad:
      Not for everyone
    The Suunto Core is the type of watch that tends to target a massive group of adventurous, fun-loving, fitness conscious people. It is modified by three essential modifications such as the current time, the altitude and barometer, and the all-knowing compass. The Suunto Core’s ability to give runners and other sport fanatics the informative data about their current altitude, barometric pressure and your present location through the aid of a compass definitely makes your outdoor experience worthwhile. The Time profile isn’t to be overlooked as well, for it offers you not only an update of the current time, but gives you the functionality of a stopwatch, the dual time, an alarm and a countdown timer. Those factors may seem typical but are apparently essential to the whole fitness workout. There is the Menu wherein you can have the freedom to establish your preferred values, units and general settings. Now you get to be accountable for all the progression you are making and the sustainable overall performance of your workout companion. You can now set the time and date format, change meters to feet, or designate the sunrise and sunset time frame from over 400 different locations from around the globe. Now that’s quite powerful. The Suunto Core on the other hand, has also been subjected to a lot of public scrutiny just like all the other watches in the market right now. Its durability, vital force and functionality have had the most intensified issues. Nevertheless, over the years, The Suunto Core has managed to surpass all of that, creating the best representation of their company so to speak. The Suunto Core’s power to boost your confidence to get out and get you in for a massive sense of fun or an enormous natural escapade is just a plus for its overall performance. This type of watch may not be for everybody’s taste. Surely other introverted minds will find this too complicated and a total money-waster. But without a doubt, this is sure to be glorified by extroverted boundless sports enthusiasts. Overall, this may or may not fit the standards of people with discriminating tastes. Nevertheless, it proposes a very functional and improvised product that is still worthwhile.
  • User Review
    1. 3 31/01/2008

      The new core range is an absolutely useless design from a software point of view. The menus are dysfunctional in many ways: 1. To change from Barometer to Depth meter or Altimeter, you need to edit the 'profile'. No simple one button to change the view. (unless you have it on 'automatic' mode) 2. Automatic mode plays a musical interlude every time it switches from one mode to another. There is no way to turn this off so you can't leave the watch on while you sleep or you risk getting woken during the night. 3. The altimeter and barometer are basically both measuring pressure and adjusting according to a reference value. So if you're at home on barometer at 1020hPa and the reference value is 60m and you go for a drive, all of a sudden the altitude has changed and the watch things it's now 950hPa. So all of a sudden the storm alarm is going off (if you have it enabled). I guess Suunto would tell you to have it on automatic mode so it senses if you're changing altitude or the barometric pressure is changing. Either way, the reference value is always becoming more and more inacurate. Very disappointed with software from a usability point of view. Solid design and appears to be robust but I give it 3/10.