FEATURES of the Suunto Quest Heart Rate Monitor Watch
Time, date and alarm
Real-time heart rate and HR zones
Stopwatch with laps
Duration and intensity or speed guidance in real-time
Speed and distance with optional
Create and download training programs on Movescount.com
In-depth training analysis with EPOC, PTE and speed profiles on Movescount.com
Personalize screen layout
Menu in 9 languages (EN, DE, ES, FI, FR, IT, NL, SV, PT)
Heart Rate Display:
Calorie Burn Tracker:
1.68 x 1.68 x 0.52 in.
User Replaceable Battery:
Alarm, User Replaceable Battery, Heart Rate Display, Stopwatch, GPS
Average Battery Life:
Rated 4 out of
The Suunto Quest is packed with featuresI have been using the Suunto Quest for a little over a month. I use this to track my heart rate when I run/bike/weightlift. I have it paired to the dual ANT heart rate monitor as well as the Suunto Bike Pod. The Dual Comfort belt is comfortable and does not hinder exercise. The data being displayed is easy to read and can be customized through Movescount. I especially like the HR limits and Zones. This helps me maintain the optimal training intensity. Another feature I like is the recovery time graphically displayed on the outer ring of the watch. The only thing that I did not like is that the back of the watch case gets discolored when sunscreen comes into contact with it.
Date published: 2012-11-08
Rated 4 out of
A decent entry level watchOrdered two for an office event. The winner gave very positive feedback so far. Suunto makes the best sports watch. I wish they could sync with iphone though.