The Suunto 9 Baro Titanium might just be the best sports watch on the market.
For our regular watch feature, we step away from the bling and the diamonds and replace them with something wonderfully functional, robust and easy to use. Suunto’s sports watches are a popular choice with athletes, with runners loving their weight and GPS tracking
The fitter you are, the better this watch is. It’s GPS will last up to 120 hours of continuous exercise tracking, meaning that the Suunto 9 is built to last as long as you can. A wonderfully sized watch face means that features come alive, with over 80 different sports modes and even weather forecasts available on that screen on your wrist.
For those who like an extreme workout, altitude is shown as you climb a hill or mountain, and the watch is water-resistant up to a remarkable 100m below surface. The Suunto 9 can connect to your smartphone easily, too, with the company’s own app being an ideal place to track your progress, compare results and share them with your peers.
Sleek in appearance, this is a watch for people who take and sport and exercise very seriously and as such, a perfect fit for our Watch Wednesday feature. Find out more about the Suunto 9 Baro Titanium on Suunto’s website.