Suunto Traverse GPS Watch
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Suunto Traverse GPS Watch

Suunto Traverse GPS Watch is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 8.
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Product Description Item No.   10307825

The Suunto Traverse GPS Watch is an everyday companion that turns into an adventurer's watch as soon as you hit the trail. In the office this watch provides up-to-date push notifications right to your wrist, so even during those boring work meetings you can check who is calling or texting without your boss being any the wiser. The clean look won't be out of place, and it will even count your steps and calories, so you can maintain leg strength for the weekend. The real fun begins when you ditch the office and step onto the mountain trail, as the GPS function helps navigate far from the clogged world of cars and work. Plan your route pre-adventure, grab a map and log mile after mile. This little wonder will also measure altitude, distance, and vertical speed with 100 hours of battery life. Take a possible wrong turn at the gnarly, twisted tree back there in the dark? Hit the flashlight mode button on your watch and light up your topo map and compass to check your bearings. The adventurer eventually has to return to a daily life in the city, and this watch will seamlessly blur the lines between the two.

FEATURES of the Suunto Traverse GPS Watch

  • Proudly made and tested in Finland
  • Has activity monitoring, which estimates daily steps and calories. Counting steps is so fun.
  • Find your way easily with integrated GPS navigation
  • Battery is rechargeable Lithium Ion. So great.
  • Up to 100 hours of battery life, with sunset and sunrise times and storm alarm
  • Bluetooth smart radio communication
  • For route navigation there is 50 routes, forward and backward navigation
  • Battery life in time mode: 14 days
  • The bread crumb trail is automatic, and shown while activity recorded
  • There are sport specific metrics you can use, via Suunto Apps
  • Supported satellite systems: GPS and Glonass via SIRFStarV chip
  • Languages: EN, CS, DA, DE, ES, FI, FR, IT, JA, KO, NL, NO, PL, PT, RU, SV, ZH
Enrich, Relive and share
  • Take photos during your Move showing your current speed, distance, and more
  • Create a Suunto Movie of your Move with 3D map, key metrics and images
  • Share your experience instantly to your social media networks

- + Product Specifications
Features: Speed Tracker, Storm Alarm, Calorie Burn Tracker, Stopwatch, Ascent/Descent Rate Tracker, Distance Tracker, Exercise Log, Altimeter, Wireless Sync, Compass, GPS, Barometer, Heart Rate Display, Smart Notifications
Weight: 2.82 oz
Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Band Material: Silicon
Lens Material: Mineral Crystal
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Watch Type: Digital
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Renewed trust in my Traverse I have had my Traverse going on 3 years now, with a replacement for my first watch due to a battery issue. At first I was disappointed with the record feature for long hikes, as the battery would die within 2 hours of starting to record my hike. Even after the replacement I still had this issue, and just figured it was a problem with the system as a whole. After a few updates, I decide to try using the record feature of the traverse just yesterday. For the trip I brought an external battery along, just in case ,so I wouldn't lose the trek if the battery started to go along the way. It was a long hike that would take the whole day to complete. Since I knew it would be over 12 hours I used the "OK" setting for navigation and started at 7:30. We finished at 9:00 that night, I stopped the recording, and I still had 40% left. I am thrilled that the issue was fixed along the way, as I feel that my main complaint has been resolved. I have renewed trust and I hope it continues.
Date published: 2017-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my needs I got the Suunto Traverse in October 2016 and am very pleased with it. I use it as my daily watch and for monitoring distance, time, speed, pace, and altitude of my regular hikes and runs. I also use it for being able to track back in case I get lost on a new hike. It does everything I want it to do and more. It takes some time to learn how to use the features, but once I learned them, it is easy to use. The battery life is great and the altimeter works well once synced at the beginning of an activity. I am impressed with the build quality. I would definitely get this watch again.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Better for the price While the Traverse is a nice watch it lacks many features found on similar priced GPS watches. In the end I'd suggest doing your research on all GPS watches before purchasing as the Traverse fails to compare yet costs just as much as other brands. For the cost of this watch, I am really not happy with the lack of options.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good Watch I have had my Suunto Traverse for about two months now and I love it. It is an awesome watch and it is well worth the cost. In my experience, the battery life is very good. Without using gps and smart functions, the watch will last for nearly 3 weeks without a charge. I have also found that Suunto's gps battery estimations are pretty close to how my watch actually performed. GPS navigation on this watch has worked great as well. I took it on a multiday hike recently and it worked very well for me. I love being able to see the altitude graphs and exactly how far that I have gone. When your out on the trail all day and you are recording the hike with gps, the battery will of course be run out much faster, which is why I brought along a cheap lipstick sized portable charger. A 3000 mah portable charger weighs barely anything and it should give the watch around 4 to 5 full charges, which would give you at least a week of gps recording. The gps has been pretty accurate for me and it locates a signal very quickly. Sometimes the signal is located within one second of pressing the button. The menus have not been hard for me to navigate and I could find everything quite easily after just a week or two of use. The watch is extremely comfortable and it has become my daily wearer. I love the look and feel of the watch. The only real downside that I have found is the poor connectivity with android devices. I had an iPhone 4s and the smart features worked perfectly and never messed up, but I have not been able to get them to work at all after upgrading to a Galaxy S6. Suunto has been rolling out updates on the app so it will get fixed eventually. In all I really love this watch. All the functions (except smart functions) work like a dream and I especially love the navigation features and gps recording ability. I highly recommend this watch if you are in the market for a simplified gps navigation watch.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heart Rate sensor I love all about Suunto watches but I am still expecting to find a sport watch with built-in sensor. If Suunto wants to keep leading the market the use of a sensor belt seems outdated and unconvenient
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good watch, but not perfect I've taken it out a few times to test the gps functionality and it seems quite off. On a recent quick overnight in the Sierra Nevada, the hike up was reported as 7.16mi while the walk back out was recorded as 3.64mi. The estimated actual distance was about 5 miles. I'll be bringing my standalone gps along next time to give it a better reference. Altitude was relatively good after giving it a quick known reference altitude. The compass reading was within a few degrees of my basic compass whenever I checked so for direction I think it is perfectly acceptable. On the syncing to my phone side of things, again it does not perform quite as well as I'd hoped. It almost always stops syncing notifications when I have it off overnight and it won't pick them back up for several hours or if I manually sync it through the app. In addition to that annoyance, the aforementioned hike up, when synced to my phone never showed a map. The hike back down has a map associated with it, but for whatever reason the first one just won't display anything. I haven't had that happen again though so maybe it was just because that was my first use of it. From an everyday use standpoint, it's great. It has a ton of different info you can get to and you can make your own simple apps with just about any info you could want as well as download apps that Suunto and the community have created. The battery also lasts forever for a smart(ish) watch when the gps isn't being used. With the gps recording an activity however, it drops quickly. About 5 hours worth of hiking drained it by around 50%. Granted, it was 10 degrees outside so it may just have disliked the cold, but I expected much much more since I had it on the 100h gps setting. I'll keep testing it in cold and warm temps to see if it was just a fluke. I wish they had better strap options without needing to spend a ton of extra money, but I got a cheap nato style strap off the internet that works perfectly and is far better than the silicone strap it came with in my opinion. I'll be testing it out more over the next few weeks and will report back how it relates to the standalone unit.
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My Suunto Traverse experience Suunto Traverse watch is my first experience in unknown territory of GPS and so called smart watches. On the specs it looks just perfect, you know 100 hours on GPS mode, GPS and GLOSNAS, even notifications from your phone! In my case three specs I mention above were the buying points. First impression was not in favor of Finnish company. I have an average wrist size and nice orange wrist band fills to small on it. I'm pretty sure the people with thicker bones will find this watch "no go". Second thing I want to talk about is a charging. The watch came with specially designed clamp charger, it's not strait forward thing like iPhone charger, in order to start charging the watch you have to put all four contacts in line. It's OK, no problem. But how would you know if your watch start charging? On the tiny symbol as big as match head! The question is why not to give a couple screen flashes to notify the user about charging is started? Third and most disappointing thing is GPS. EVERY time you start GPS it goes to its best accurate 1 second measures and at the same time starts drain the battery. On this rate the watch will survive only 10 hours. Now it's time to talk about the watch itself. It's build from modern materials and even it looks massive but you actually will hardly notice it while wearing. Secondly it's very functional watch and would be very useful for keen outdoor person and at the same time it can be useful in the city making sure you not missing important call or message. + Very well built, has a lot of useful functions, long battery life - strap may be too short for some people( try before buy), No custom GPS adjustment, charging can be tricky. Bottom line. With some of software adjustments I would highly recommend this watch for every outdoor person.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Missing Link for me I have a CORE and the original Ambit. The CORE has too many compromises as a serious trekking navigation watch, but it a great everyday watch. My Ambit is a great navigation watch but has far too many functions that I will never use (getting a little old for that stuff) and is not a good everyday watch (too thick). The Traverse fits nicely between these two watches. I really don't notice the difference in wearing the Traverse, all day, compared to the CORE and it has everything I need for a serious hiker/trekker navigation watch. Plus, it is also a very attractive watch. The finish work is excellent and I like the new silicone watch band (very conformable).
Date published: 2015-10-21
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It says that the watch counts steps, but does it record treadmill workouts?  What kind of metrics would it give for a treadmill workout if so?

Asked by: SpicyChimpmunk
Hey there, This watch is compatible with the Treadmill app that Suunto provides through Movescount. It measures speed (km/h), average speed (km/h), pace (min/km), heart rate (bpm), and average heart rate (bpm).
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2015-12-23
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