When your lifestyle demands a watch that does more than tell time, Suunto steps up. The ultimate tactical watch, the Suunto Core looks deceivingly low-profile but boasts a multitude of tools. The Core gives accurate data gathering through its easy-to-navigate interface all while withstanding the harshest of conditions.
- Altimeter and barometer with automatic switch
- Storm alarm
- Shows sunrise and sunset times
- Depth meter
- Altitude log and difference measurement
- Semi-automatic compass calibration
- Language options include English, German, French and Spanish
- Button-lock function
- Watch, date and alarm functions. Allows multiple at one time
- Comes with interchangeable accessory straps
- Replaceable battery
When you need to know your altitude, ascent and descent rates, the Sunnto Core comes complete with an altimeter that features a range of up to 29,500 ft. The difference measurement allows you to track your progress while the log stores your movements. Relive your trip at home through graphs of your altitudes changes. Measure the duration, average and speed of your ascents and descents.
A detailed graph shows the last 24 hours of sea-level pressure with a recording interval of 30 minutes. For quick reference of weather conditions or to check upcoming conditions, consult the Core's weather-trend indicator. It also features a handy storm alarm, which notifies you of any sudden drops in air pressure.
Automatic Altimeter/Barometer Switch
This smart feature senses movement then switches between altimeter and barometer intuitively. Changes in elevation are recorded when you're climbing, and when you take a break, the changes in barometric pressure are recorded. This function is smart enough to detect that a drop in air pressure while you're asleep is actually a change in barometric pressure, not altitude.
The cardinal or half-cardinal point and "North" are displayed with the built-in digital compass. There is a declination adjustment that provides the ability to correct between true north and magnetic north. If you're tracking a specific bearing, set your direction, and follow it across any terrain. Choose between a rotating bezel (for traditional use), or lock and follow a bearing with the one-touch function.
The depth meter, built for snorkeling, provides current depth and maximum depth reached during the dive. The device's maximum depth is 10 m, or 32,800 ft.
Functions include time, dual time, date alarm, sports chronograph, timer and sunrise/sunset predicted times for more than 400 locations around the world.