Suunto has announced the launch of two new premium versions of its popular sports watches, with the Suunto 7 and Suunto 9 Baro Titanium.
The titanium models improve upon the Suunto 7 and 9 with high-grade five titanium bezels, the inclusion of route-planning app komoot, and in-depth sleep tracking analysis, body resources management and immediate heart rate feedback visibility.
The Suunto 7 comes with an ultra-soft microfibre textile strap, and two colour options: Matte Black Titanium and Stone Grey Titanium.
The Suunto 9 boasts an amazing 170 hours of battery power, weather tracking features, and over eighty pre-built sport modes, including hiking, skiing and mountain biking.
“With last year’s flagship 7 sportswatch putting Suunto’s name on the map for a mainstream audience, we looked onwards and upwards by providing consumers with significant advancements across the Suunto 7 and 9 sportswatches to allow Australians of all needs and abilities to join Suunto’s journey,” says Fraser Jones, Head of Suunto ANZ.
The Suunto 7 Titanium (RRP $699) and the Suunto 9 Baro Titanium (RRP $799) will be available from Harvey Norman, MYER and other specialist retailers