Suunto Presents The Thinnest, Smallest, And Most Durable Satch Ever Made, The Suunto 9 Peak
With an extremely sleek and elegant design, wireless (over-the-air) software updates, a GPS battery that lasts up to 170 hours, and a blood oxygen meter, the Suunto 9 Peak is a masterpiece in the sports watch category.
Suunto, the world leader in sports watches, diving computers, and precision instruments, presents the new, iconic Suunto 9 Peak, the thinnest, most durable, and arguably most durable watch in its history. Inspired by the award-winning Suunto 9 Baro, the Suunto 9 Peak has been built to accompany you in top-notch and intense experiences, while thanks to its slim design it fits perfectly on the wrist offering absolute comfort.
Tested in the toughest conditions, the Suunto 9 Peak features GPS recording for up to 170 hours in Tour mode, blood oxygen measurement, and full battery charge in one hour to meet high user expectations for a sports wearable both a training tool and an adventure companion.
The Suunto 9 Peak offers all the top features in its class for which the Suunto 9 is already known. Among them is the choice of mode for more than 80 sports (running, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, swimming, etc.) the ability to personalize the information on the screen, to list those items that are most directly related to your exercise, accurate counting of heart rate from the wrist, detailed meteorological information and extensive navigation capabilities through the clock.
New, Upgraded Features Of Suunto 9 Peak Include The Following:
- Minimalist Scandinavian design, 37% slimmer and 36% lighter than the award-winning Suunto 9 Baro
- Measurements of blood oxygen levels for easy determination of the degree of adaptation at high altitudes
- Automatic adjustment of the backlight intensity according to the lighting conditions
- Faster charge: Full battery charge in one hour
- Improved strap with new, metal clasp
- Additional clock face that lists the weekly measurements of your workouts and inspires you to adopt new habits.
Suunto 9 Peak is compatible with the Suunto app, enabling users to include heatmaps and popular starting points in route planning, which can then be transferred to the watch for offline navigation. The mobile application allows users to discover new routes, create points of interest, but also to look back on their past experiences with the help of thermal maps (heatmaps). In addition, the synchronization speed between the Suunto 9 Peak and the Suunto app has doubled thanks to Bluetooth 5, the latest in Bluetooth technology.
Suunto 9 Peak is available in two different styles and four colors inspired by nature: Granite Blue Titanium and Birch White Titanium, with sapphire crystal glass and type 5 titanium, All Black and Moss Gray, with sapphire crystal glass and stainless steel.
Suunto was founded in 1936 when Finnish engineer Tuomas Vohlonen discovered the mass production method for liquid compasses. Since then, Suunto has remained at the forefront of design and innovation for sports watches, bottom computers, and all the tools used by adventure lovers around the world.
From the highest mountains to the depths of the oceans, Suunto equips adventure lovers physically and mentally to conquer new lands. The company is headquartered in Vantaa, Finland. The company is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation, which also owns the Salomon, Arcteryx, Peak Performance, Atomic, Wilson, and Precor brands.
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