The Five Best Suunto Watches Money Can Buy

If you’re a person that is particular about quality when it comes to watches and you want something they can serve just as well on an adventure trip as it can on a daily basis, Suunto watches are something that you should definitely take a look at. There’s just something about this particular brand of watch. You can usually tell that it’s made by Suunto when you first see it, thanks in part to the dramatic styling that is usually quite evident for this particular brand. In addition, the watchmaker has a reputation for creating some of the world’s best watches, examples that are capable of taking a tremendous amount of punishment and continuing to work as if nothing ever happened. It’s very rare that you’re capable of finding any product these days that can realistically claim those characteristics, especially when it comes to watches that can be used in all kinds of different sports. If you’re interested in knowing more about Suunto watches, keep reading to find out some information about five of their best examples.

1. Suunto Elementum

Suunto Elementum

This is a watch that you might expect to find on the wrist of a hardcore military professional, yet it is just as much at home on the wrist of a business professional that likes to enjoy their weekends outdoors. It doesn’t offer the traditional analog hands, but instead, it’s all digital. You can use it as a stopwatch and you can have the time displayed in military time. It also displays the month and the day of the year. This is a watch that is all black, including the dial, complete with contrasting colors for the time and date so that you can easily see it in any type of lighting conditions. If you want a watch that is capable of providing the basics without being too simple, this is a good choice. As is always the case, it has plenty of quality to go around so even if you have a reputation for being rather tough on your watches this one can handle it.

2. Suunto Kailash Carbon

As far as appearances go, this watch looks quite a bit like the one that’s described in the above paragraph. It operates with the same characteristics as well. It’s also completely black in color, and it’s even a little bit bigger than the Elementum, especially where the size of the face is concerned. It’s designed to look a little bit more sleek thanks to all of the buttons being made closer into the rest of the watch as opposed to standing out. Instead of providing the digital information in yellow, this one provides it in gray, making it exceptionally easy to see. You can also program it to display the time in all parts of the world, making it a great option if you do a lot of traveling or you have loved ones that are overseas.

3. Suunto Kailash Silver

This one provides another take on the one listed above. Instead of being solid black, the wristband and the case are silver and the face of the dial remains black. This gives it an entirely different appearance than its cousin and it also incorporates one additional feature that the carbon version doesn’t have. It provides information in digital form but it’s enlarged, making it much easier to read. This makes it a near-perfect option for people that have trouble seeing or that need print that is slightly larger in order to be able to see without any difficulty.

4. Suunto Spartan Ultra Copper Special Edition

If you like the quality of Suunto watches but you prefer an analog version, this is the perfect solution for you. Just as the name implies, it incorporates a combination of black and copper colors to give it a completely distinct and unique appearance. While the face of the watch remains black, the hands are white, making them easy to see. Despite the fact that this is an analog watch, you can still get information regarding 24-hour time thanks to a dedicated hand for both that and seconds, allowing you to even use it as a stopwatch if you so desire.

5. Suunto Core Wrist-Top Computer Watch

The company designed this one to compete with all of the other smart watches that are out there. It looks just like any other watch, completely black, but it performs much differently. It really does act more like a computer that you wear on your wrist than a watch. If you enjoy using smart watches but you don’t really like the way they look or you want something that’s a little more durable, this is the perfect option. It provides you with everything you want with the looks of a traditional watch and it can take all the punishment you feel like dishing out.


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