Suunto Eon Steel Dive Computer

Aug 3, 2015

Category: Tech

Suunto has unveiled its next generation dive computer, the Suunto Eon Steel. The device combines innovation and advanced technology with a beautifully designed color screen.

And, better than just being a new generation of dive computers, the Suunto Eon Steel will grow with you as your diving skills evolve. Users can customize the device to show only the stats that you want to know, and can also choose to display their data in a classic or graphical view. The Suunto Eon Steel can also be customized physically, as users can either wear the device with an elastomer strap or a bungie. The device is made out of premium materials, with the bezel being brushed stainless steel and the housing using reinforced composite with over 50% glass fiber. The screen is made up of Xensation glass, which is made to withstand the roughest conditions. The Eon Steel is available now for $1,299. [Purchase]

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