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Suunto Tackles Tough OZ Smartwatch market

Suunto is a Finnish company that manufactures and markets sport watches, dive computers and precision instruments is set to have a crack at going after the Australian active sports watch market.

The Company launched its new flagship ‘Suunto 7’ smartwatch at CES 2020.

The Suunto 7 is said to boast of ‘state of the art’ smartwatch with GPS sportswatch features, including over 70 sports modes, outdoor maps and is shock-proof, waterproof and dirt proof.

Suunto 7 Collection

The versatile smartwatch sports a sleek aesthetic and houses other popular apps, such as Spotify and Google Pay, to help facilitate it’s convenient, on-the-go sporting capabilities.

Unlike many of the product launches at CES this year, Australians won’t have to wait for the release of the Suunto 7, which will launch at the end of this month for $799.

Suunto 7 with Google Pay

Suunto 7 in white burgundy

Suunto 7 Sports Wear

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