Suunto 7 & 9 now come in a titanium trim. Suunto 5/7/9 all get turn by turn navigation via Komoot

Suunto is prolonging the life of their watches by giving them a bit of a refurb. Both the Suunto 7 and 9 now come with a Titanium option giving them a “new minimalistic design with high-grade five titanium bezels.”

The Suunto 7 is by far the best looking WearOS watch in my opinion, so I am sure the added titanium will make it a little bit nicer.

The new watches are will be priced at  £389 and £539 respectively. You can buy the Suunto 9 now, and pre-order the 7 for launch on the 21st of April

The Suunto 7 still retails for £312, so not too much of a markup. The Suunto 9 Baro is currently £509 on Amazon but has been as low as £419.

New firmware with Komoot mapping

Both watches get a fancy new firmware, and this will apply to all Suunto 5/7/9 watches. It is an impressive upgrade too, especially if you already own one of the watches.

There will now be:

  • Comprehensive sleep data and analysis with three new watch tiles for tracking sleep duration and stages, managing body resources and real-time access to heart rate feedback. The new sleep tracking tools will be available for all Suunto 7 watches via a software update and further sleep analysis is available on the Suunto app
  • Turn by turn navigation powered by komoot, one of the leading route planning tools in the industry, with alerts to assure users don’t miss a turn
  • Daily HR: quick check and track your heart rate throughout the day.

The Suunto 9 then also has:

  • A New ‘Tour’ battery mode with up to 7 days/170hours of continuous GPS tracking
  • Point of interest navigation, save a target location on the go with the watch or beforehand in the Suunto app and navigate seamlessly to the destination

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