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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Any idea what the difference between the graphite and the slate other than the different band? I hope it's more than just the nylon band that increases the price $50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangmu View Post
    Thanks for the update! Mine's shipped from REI, arriving next Tuesday.

    Mine as well. Pretty stoked.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Well my traverse just shipped from REI!!!


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    Oh wow, just checked my tracking number and it's actually getting here to me on Friday. So the day after tomorrow I shall have it!
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    I'm stoked about finally being able to learn all the secrets of this watch. How the bezel GPS compares is what I'm most curious about. It probably won't have R-R, but I don't see why not. Doesn't add much cost to the watch and it attracts a wider market (after all, the watch is supposed to have running and cycle modes?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EatPlayLift View Post
    Oh wow, just checked my tracking number and it's actually getting here to me on Friday. So the day after tomorrow I shall have it!
    You better post pics man!


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    Quote Originally Posted by EatPlayLift View Post
    Oh wow, just checked my tracking number and it's actually getting here to me on Friday. So the day after tomorrow I shall have it!
    Looking forward to seeing some pictures! I got notification that mine has shipped also, no delivery date yet, but coming from the East Coast, it might be here by next Monday! just need to order up the heart rate strap and I will be able to compare it on my morning runs with my Garmin 305.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    As a heads up to those that haven't ordered yet, I use activejunky.com for most all outdoor gear purchases. 6% cash back from REI. They are totally legit and I have no affiliation with them. Cashback takes a little while in your Paypal account but it is quite real. Between that and the REI member dividend you can "save" about $72.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruceames View Post
    I'm stoked about finally being able to learn all the secrets of this watch. How the bezel GPS compares is what I'm most curious about. It probably won't have R-R, but I don't see why not. Doesn't add much cost to the watch and it attracts a wider market (after all, the watch is supposed to have running and cycle modes?).
    According to http://www.suunto.com/Compare-Produc...ts=12654;14083 everything related to R-R has gone. And it's probably a business decision, but not because of development cost but to keep different product lines. Make it appeal too much for serious training crowd and loose on sales of Ambit3 Peak and its successor. As far as I know, those Suunto BTLE HR straps are all about R-R anway and it's the watch that calculates BPM. And as HR belt seems to be only supported POD, there really isn't too much difference between running, cycling and disc golf modes - just a set of screens and configurations that everyone changes and renames as they please.
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    I wonder if the accelerometer within the watch will accumulate distance to cover treadmill runs/walks?

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