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Thread: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

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    Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest


    While outdoorsy-sport watches can certainly come in handy, their "extreme" designs often preclude them from being worn with anything that isn't made from a stretchy material and doesn't wick away moisture. The Suunto Quest Black Watch ($TBA) is a refreshing exception, with a subdued design that will work fine as an everyday wearer. Of course, it packs plenty of useful features as well, including time, date, dual time, alarm, stopwatch, and interval timer functionality, the ability to monitor heart rate, speed, distance, running cadence, and laps in real time, the ability to share, plan, and analyze results online, and water resistance to 30 meters.

    Here is the link: http://uncrate.com/signin/?return_to...black-watch%2F
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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    It's not a must have for me right now. I will probably reconsider after some reviews.

    I'm more after something like the Elementum but without the reduced functionality. That doesn't seem like it would be happening anytime soon though.
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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    Doesn't seem like any new or improved features. Outside of the new design (which I like) there doesn't seem to be much there that grabs me.

    I use a Garmin 310XT for running because of its ease of use. Throw it on, get a sat link, and go run. The whole foot pod, gps pack, heart rate strap, yada yada yada, is entirely to much work for me.

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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    Girl's watch.

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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    Nope. Would rather see a new nice dressy core released.
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    Girls watch?

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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    ..something that a girl would wear, compared to say X-Lander or Core Black.
    To me it's alike with the M's
    Maybe I'd change my views if it's negative

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    Re: Uncrate highlights the new Suunto Quest

    I am with you Jeff, it definitely looks like one of their Sports watches, but I would not call it a Girls watch- like some of the M series are, but idont know that I am going to rush out and buy one.

    As for a dressy core- IT ALREADY EXISTS!!! It is the Steel Core ( one on the EBay right now) or the Alu Core. I don't know how much more you can dress up a core.

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