Suunto combines the aesthetic and functional qualities of their watches with the possibilities offered by sports computers. Valued for their exclusive and sophisticated design, precision and reliability, at Suunto the purity of design, their advanced technology and handiwork are joined to make the most desired sport pwatches and in the world.

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Suunto watches are coveted for their excellent design, precision and reliability.

With the perfect combination of aesthetics and functionality of the watches, with the possibilities of specific computers for the different sports, the most advanced technology and the purest design, Suunto heart rate monitors are the most coveted sports watches in the world. These devices, depending on the model, offer all the necessary data for outdoor sports and activities: navigation, speed, heart rate, altitude, weather conditions as well as special features for running, cycling and swimming.

Well known for their good looks, comfort and practicality, Suunto products have won numerous design prizes. Most recently in 2012, when the Suunto D9tx won the "Red Dot Award", one of the most prestigious design awards in the world. That same year, Suunto Ambit and the Suunto Core Alu received the "Good Design Award", the most important design award in the world. Recently, the Suunto Ambit2 Sapphire won the "Red Dot: Best of The Best" for its extraordinary design.

The history of Suunto

Suunto was founded in 1936 by Tuomas Vohlonen (a great outdoor and orienteering enthusiast) to solve the problem of the imprecision and instability of the needle in traditional compasses. The first product he launched on the market was a compass, model number M-311, and back in the 1950s, after developing stable and accurate marine compasses, the company went on to work for submarines and distributed compasses in more than 50 countries, including Canada and the United States. In 1952 Suunto produced lanterns for the Helsinki Olympic Games. A year later, the first marine compass (Suunto K-12) was launched on the market. And in 1957 they started to produce hypsometers which measure the height of trees.

In the 1960s the compass line grew and Suunto launched their first diving compass. In the years that followed, Suunto combined their experience in precision mechanics with the available knowledge in the field of electronics. The fruit of this union came in 1987 when Suunto started production of the diving computer the Suunto SME.

In the mid-nineties, Suunto developed the Suunto Spyder, the first diving computer which turned out to be the first step towards wrist computers. Thanks to this innovation the Suunto Vector was designed, the first wrist computer for outdoor activities which measures atmospheric pressure and altitude, helps to forecast the weather and shows both direction and the time. In 2009 the Suunto D9 came on the market, the first unit which combined a diving computer with a digital compass, and in the same year the Suunto T6 was also launched, a heart rate monitor which provides information about training and the resulting effects. Following this first training product, Suunto launched into the fitness market.

In 2007 they introduced a new line of Outdoor instruments with the Suunto Core and Suunto Lumi, which both won international design prizes. Two year later, in 2009, Suunto launched their line of watches Elementum, ideal for anyone who values style and functionality. And classic models like Quest should not be forgotten, nor the latest models such as the Suunto Ambit2 and the Ambit2 S which were launched in 2013 and which were based on the outdoor watch with GPS, the Suunto Ambit, which had come onto the market the previous year.