If you've always got your mind on the next ultra, backpacking trek, or everyday training run, then the Suunto 7 is the watch for you. With up to 4 days of battery life, and over seventy different sport modes, this watch keeps track of your daily performance not only when you're logging miles on mountaintops, but also during the casual moments in between grand adventures. When you're miles from home and your watch notices that it's running low on juice, it will automatically suggest switching to another training mode to preserve battery life, helping it finish out the run and recording data the whole way. It's got 12 hours of battery life in GPS mode, 12 hours in sport mode, and a whopping 2 days in smartphone mode. That same intelligent technology will keep track of your activity history and send you reminders to charge up when it thinks your headed out on a run soon, ensuring that you never get stuck out on the trail without training data. And when you get home, you can easily share your times and miles on the Suunto app. One of the most innovative parts of the Suunto 7 is how it uses both GPS and movement data to preserve battery life and keep accurate tracking. GPS is a big drain on batteries, so when batteries start to drain the GPS signal is often reduced to preserve juice, resulting in incorrect readings. The Suunto 7 gets around this problem by using movement data to fill in the gaps when GPS is limited, giving you an accurate distance reading that won't cause your battery to sputter out halfway through your run. You've got all of this, plus over 70 specific sport modes, 50m water-resistance, a wrist heart-rate monitor, and an intuitive touchscreen that's too much fun to not mess around with every day.
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