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  • altimètre-métrage
  • multifonctions

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Information sur le produit
Type d'affichagedigital
Hauteur4 pouces
Longueur6 pouces
Poids225 grammes
Largeur4 pouces
FormeRond
Traitsaltimètre-métrage, multifonctions
MarqueSuunto

Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 10,2 x 10,2 cm ; 227 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: Suunto
  • ASIN: B0037T74NC
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 12 novembre 2010
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Suunto Homme #SS015916000

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa2973a24) étoiles sur 5 1.118 commentaires
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HASH(0xa299fa20) étoiles sur 5 Nice show-off watch, yet very functional - Black/Yellow - Please Rate! 10 octobre 2009
Par jcgoobee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Have had this watch a little over a week, and decided to write an review for it.

Just a brief comparison between two top-notch ABC watches: - the Core, and the Casio Pathfinder PAW-1500 Titanium, which I purchase a little over three weeks ago as well. I would say, the cosmetic design, the wealth of functions, the ABC accuracy, and the graphical display of the Core, is better than the Pathfinder. However, the built material, the readability, and the push button feel, is not as good as the Pathfinder.

The display is in reverse format, meaning the background is in black, and the alpha-numeric letters are in silver-white. Adjusting the contrast in the Suunto hidden menu does help, but of course, still not as clear as the normal black letter on white background. No fault of Suunto, but just the way the design is. The buttons are responsive and easy to press. To navigate through the menus, the "Mode" button and the "View" button have to be pushed in different combination to get what you want. It might seem confusing at first, but once you understand the logical layout, it's fairly easy to remember. Give yourself a couple of days to get used to it.

Compliments: Extremely accurate ABC. I compare their readings with the actual ABC instruments. The accuracy is incredible and beats the Casio Pathfinder in the dust! The storm alarms reacts to the air pressure change accurately as well. The electronic compass is awesome. Once you set the course, the bearing indicator would display an arrow and directional words (left and right), to guide you to the correct course, which is a great feature. User installable batteries which is great to save a lot of money down the road.

Complaints: The directional rotation ring is difficult to turn. If you have finger nails, you'll need to use them, if you bite your finger nails, good luck. The alarm is a bit soft and hard to hear sometimes. The same problem as the Pathfinder. I wish they can make it louder. The wrist strap looks and feels cheap. The illuminator is a bit dim too.

Tips: This watch has earned a lot of bad reps due to poor quality control in its manufacturer plant in China. It's been tons of complaints and reported problem. After doing some research, it appears that Suunto has finally fixed the hardware and software bugs. When you order the watch, make sure the serial number stars from "918xxxxxx" onward. Mine is "924" and so far so good. You should email the seller, to make sure they send you the updated version as noted above, then your new watch won't spend most of its life going back and forth in the delivery trucks.

Follow up review (please read and rate):

It's been nearly a month I have been wearing this watch, thought I should provide more feedback to help those who are interested in this watch.

I have worn this watch to a two-weeks trip to Eastern Europe. I used all ABC functions intensively, especially the altimeter log and compass functions. To begin with, all readings are extremely accurate as it has always been. The only inaccuracy is its barometer when worn on the wrist, which is understandable due to the body temperature influence. The watch functioned flawlessly during the extreme weather, ranging from 1 degree in Celcius (outdoor), all the way up to warmer than 40 degrees Celcius (I wore it to the hotspring pool for hours). I have also used the daily alarm twice a day, illumination for 3 times a night in average, and the battery is still kicking like a champ. Many reported the battery died out after a month or so even with light use, it appears that Suunto has fixed this major flaw. Yet, it's been just a month of intensive use so I can't say for sure. Even if I have to replace the battery every 6 months, I think it's still worth is as the battery costs less than a couple of dollars to replace. So, my conclusion is: The Core has reclaimed its reputation in my book. I have no doubt that it will continue to perform well. Just make sure that you buy the one with the latest firmware (serial number after:92xxxxxx SW: 1.1.0 HW: 3A. Please rate and comment if you find this helpful
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HASH(0xa299fc48) étoiles sur 5 three years of problems 6 octobre 2014
Par Braden R. Pryor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Noir
I have had my Suunto core for apx three years and worn it exclusively (also while I was in Iraq) so I feel like this review is more worth reading then someone who's had it a week. I'll start with the positive aspects. The watch head is very durable and all the features work as advertised. Now for the negative; the material the band is made of is very fragile it seems to dry rot and crack. I've had to replace the band every year so far which doesn't seem very bad but they cost 50$ a pop. The battery life is aweful and I don't even use the altitude, barometer, depth, and compass regularly. I change the battery at least 3 times a year. The customer service is awful the first time the band broke Suunto wouldn't replace it even though it was under warranty. I would not recommend it.
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HASH(0xa29a5030) étoiles sur 5 Superb field watch! 25 novembre 2011
Par Skew - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Noir
I was on a course a few weeks ago, and some of the instructors were wearing Cores. They loved it, but said that using the compass a lot drained battery. Also that you need to regularly calibrate height and compass. (To be fair, that's what the manual says too, and it's a simple operation.)

Normally I wear an IWC, which is lovely, but not really something you want to be throwing yourself around in- I was considering saving up for an Omega, but logically it didn't make much sense. I've had my Core for a week and so far it's really excellent. It doesn't take too long to work out the operation either.

Apart from the Suunto diving watches, the Core appears to be the one which can put up with serious "wet" use, (i.e. snorkelling) and you couldn't find a better watch for Expeds and adventure training. The storm alarm works- actually works; it's not a gimmick!

Despite the size (much bigger than my IWC Spitfire), you don't notice you're wearing it, even though it seems extremely rugged.

The compass is good, but I would not use it to replace a normal protractor compass. If I had a quibble, it's that the North indicator is very small- if you were really following a bearing by fixing it within the bezel, it might be a little tricky in anything other than excellent light. However the digital alternative it offers is brilliant. (Lock bearing, and it tells you if you've gone off track.)

A downside? The negative display can be murky in half light. If you buy this watch, Google the method for adjusting the contrast. You may need to!

Overall, if you want something really professional, I couldn't recommend a better choice- really glad I bought mine.
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HASH(0xa29a51f8) étoiles sur 5 Core Wonder 15 janvier 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The watch works great for me. I would advise not to read to much into the other reviewers who have said bad things about the watch. Heads up guys when the weather changes and you return to a ref point; say home after coming down from the mountain the watch may show a different alt. if the pressure and temps have changed a lot. , thats the way it works as pressure changes so to will your base alt setting. unless you have the GPS version :) I suggest people read the book before talking and sounding silly. The Core is a great add on to my collection. I have the GPS version as well. This watch is a bit slimmer and not so G.I. joe looking. Good for on the trail or down town.

UPDATE: The watch has started acting up only after 8 months of daily light use. The mode buttons work some days and not others. The TL and BL
mode buttons all of a sudden stop working. I'm guessing the alignment with the pins you push and the contact pad inside the watch get miss matched. Really? For 200 + dollar watch and I cant get the simple stop watch to work. If I flick it with my finger it realigns back up and them I'm able to use the buttons. Just yesterday I got on the tread mill to start my Cross Fit work out and started to sprint; I hit the start button again and again and again, &*(^% guess Ill use the free clock on the wall. Suunto has to do better than this before I buy another watch from them. Can't belive I'm looking at G-Shocks now!! Oh and the cover on my GPS watch has come off as well. Not looking good Suunto!! ONE STAR NOW
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HASH(0xa29a5954) étoiles sur 5 NOT worth it. Looks like crap after two years. 18 juillet 2014
Par Blr3442 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Noir
Bought this watch about two years ago. Here's how it's holding up.

The watch is NO WHERE near as pretty as it was when I first bought it. Most of the black paint wears off, especially around the bezel (the outer edge of the circle that has the compass bearings). It's silver with a few black scrub marks now. I haven't done anything especially brutal with it, nothing really, just worn it day in day out as you would do. I'd would have expected it to hold up a LOT better than it has. The storm watch alarm works well, it does predict bad weather pretty good, but honestly it's totally not worth $300+. If I could go back in time, I'd tell myself to NOT buy this watch. As of right now the watch keeps resetting as though the battery was removed and replaced, so I look down to find out the time and it's just flashing "12:00" as though it needs to be set. I reset the time a few hours pass and again it's flashing "12:00" and waiting to be reset.

The battery compartment is supposed to be user friendly and easy to access. It is, the first few times you change out the battery. After that the edges of the slot that turns the cover wear down and become rounded so it's ever more difficult to open it up.

Totally not happy with this watch. Bad purchase. The photo of the watch on Amazon looks all nice, but after two years of use it looks like crap. See the 'customer images' part on the amazon.com page for photos of how my watch looks now. I didn't beat it up! It's just day -to-day wear.
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