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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Hmmmmm ... those pics show HH:MM:SS on the "main field" it's just that the seconds are in the bottom third of the display, not immediately next to the HH:MM.

    HTH
    That's the way time is displayed on the Ambit as well. I meant that it would be nice to have HH:MM:SS on the middle, large - main - display field. It is possible as that's how time is shown during an activity, just not when it's in Time/Watch mode....
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    The black strap from my Traverse is super comfy and I didn't want it to go to waste. Threw it on my Core and dig the stealthy look.
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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by karokajoka View Post
    I got the graphite model, and am pretty surprised at how well it goes with a green strap.
    I had mine on a green strap/PVD yesterday, I agree it looks great! Ordered up five more NATO's for the Traverse yesterday. I normally wear five ring Zulu's. but going to try a few NATO XII from NATO Strap Co. 1.2mm thick vs the 1.5mm of the Zulu's. With the lighter weight of the Traverse, I think they will work out great and gives me more color options!

    So far the data looks good during runs, at least in my opinion. I am not a hardcore runner, but get out at least 3-4 times a week for 30-60 minutes. Been comparing my results with my trusty Garmin 305. That being said, I don't know if I will use the Garmin again, the one issue I had with it was the long satellite acquisition times. The Traverse finds the GPS position, what I would consider, almost instantaneously.
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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Suunto appear to have launched the Kailash today.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by swiss_finnish View Post
    Suunto appear to have launched the Kailash today.
    So they have. -> New thread, let's keep this here to the Traverse.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Zhang-Schmidt View Post
    Alright, let's throw those out there (I will have a better presentation and discussion in my review, but let's see what you guys make of it):

    Open fields, short run...
    Traverse: geraldz's 0:50 h Running Move
    Ambit3 Peak: geraldz's 0:50 h Running Move

    Longish run, quite many sections under foliage:
    Traverse: geraldz's 2:34 h Running Move
    Ambit3 Peak: geraldz's 2:34 h Running Move

    I'm thinking that one of the biggest problems we're having here is judging the Traverse not by what it does and is for, but in comparison to the Ambits. Two very different beasts, actually ;)

    (Also, I remember what the A3 was like at its very early stages...)
    Gerald, did you notice the quite big difference in distance for your long run?

    Traverse = 24,00 and Ambit = 24,50. That's a whole 500 m in difference for the same amount of time spend running!?
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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Well it looks like the Kailash is a bit of a letdown, I was hoping it would be a higher end Traverse.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Does anybody know the dimensions of the crystal on the watch? I'm looking at purchasing a screen protector for it.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    It looks the same like on Ambit3.

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    Re: Suunto Traverse

    Need more info but I must say that right now I'm leaning to Ambit3. Just seems to be more in my wheelhouse. Lots of running and biking, interspersed with big mountain hikes.

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