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Suunto Elementum Terra Watch

Suunto Elementum Terra Watch is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
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3.3 Star Rating
3.3
$620.00 - $850.00

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Product Description Item No.   10170724

FEATURES of the Suunto Elementum Terra Watch

  • Time, Date, Alarm
  • Backlight
  • Altimeter
  • Barometric pressure and trend
  • 3D compass
  • Chronograph
  • Cumulative ascent / descent
  • Log: last 8 ascent / descent, max. altitude

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Gender: Mens
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Structure This watch sees an office 5/7 days a week and has not held up. Started with leather strap and that broke after 2 months of use. Upgraded to steel band and broke after 9 months. Asking for a completely different watch, as this one could not handle weekend hikes/ski adventures. Great design/looks/tool, just not built to withstand everyday use.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For discerning outdoors adventurers As Suunto's description says, the Elementum Terra Steel is a "Premium sports watch for urban and mountain life." This is primarily a dress watch for the gentleman who wants his accessories to quietly convey his values and adventurous spirit. The Elementum isn't tops on functionality - the Ambit offers far more for the outdoors athlete in that regard - but it doesn't claim to. It tells you far more than some premium mechanical watches that cost far more and are far more ubiquitous. For the foreseeable future, an Elementum on your wrist tells the world you're the real deal.
Date published: 2013-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Design, Limited Functionality This watch is like the Rolex of the sports watch world, by which I mean it gets high marks on design/style and build quality, but doesn't have the most robust functionally and comes at a premium price. I have the light dial with brushed aluminum case and black leather strap (make sure you scroll through the options on the website, it's not obvious that there are more choices#. It looks great on the wrist, and I'd recommend getting the rubber strap as well for times when it gets wet. The watch has three primary functions: 1. Time/Dates. The main time screen has hour/minute, date, and current altitude. As the other reviewer said, a little annoying that a thousand dollar watch doesn't have an option to display seconds, although when do you really need to know the time down to the second? It does have a basic stopwatch if you need to time something. There is also an alarm to wake you from your mountaineering slumber. 2. Altimeter/Barometer. The watch measures the barometric pressure and uses changes in the pressure to calculate changes in altitude. There is an altitude recording function that allows you to track your up, down, and net altitude change for a particular period, displayed as a simple +/- number #i.e. no graphical display, just the numbers#. This approach works for relatively short periods of time, but you need to understand that pressure changes with both altitude and general weather conditions, and the watch doesn't know which factor is at play, so any pressure change is interpretted as an altitude change. Over a longer period of time, if the weather is changing, the altitude reading may therefore not be correct, but I find it accurate over shorter periods. You'll need to reset the altitude often to keep it accurate. There is also an indicator of recent barometric pressure change, the idea being that increasing pressure leads to nicer weather and vice versa. In the age of instant access to more weather info than you know what to do with via smartphones, I don't find a lot of value in this, but you can use your knowledge of changing barometric pressure to impress your couch-lubbing friends at least. 3. Digital Compass. It works, not much to say about it. It will read accurately even when tilted, but you do need to calibrate it fairly often with a simple procedure. You might think, at this price, that you'd get some GPS capability, temperature, graphical interface, more advanced time functions #seconds, better stopwatch, etc), so if you're looking for that, check out their other models. This is why I drop it to four stars overall. The buttons are not the most intuitive, nor is the manual the most instructive, but spend some time with it and you can sort everything out. The back of the case is held on with some small torx screws, so looks like I could replace the battery myself with the right screwdriver, but haven't had to try that yet. Over the twelve months that I've had it, I haven't had any mechanical problems, so can't comment on their support. Overall, if you're after something that looks great and has some basic outdoor functionality, this is a great choice, I'm very happy with it as that's what I was looking for, but would be happier still if it had some additional functionality.
Date published: 2013-03-29
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