The Suunto 5 Sports Watch Boasts A Sleek Design And Long Battery Life

May 22, 2019

Category: Tech

Typically, sports and GPS watches aren’t the best options to wear on a night out in the city, as they are made for grueling workouts and adventurous hikes. However, the Suunto 5 Sports Watch is the exception with a contemporary, fashionable look that complements your weekend attire well.

The watch is packed with features you’d expect from a Suunto GPS watch, including 80+ sport modes, fitness level, stress tracking, adaptive training guidance, and activity tracking. On a single charge, the wearable will last for 40 hours in training mode or up to 14 days in watch mode. The timepiece features intelligent battery mode, allowing it to learn your training patterns so it can send you reminders to charge it before your next workout session. And the compact, lightweight construction, consisting of stainless steel bezels and a silicone strap, make it comfortable to wear during your workouts. The Suunto 5 will be available on June 4 in three colorways for $329.

Purchase: $329

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