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Suunto Quest Heart Rate Monitor Running Pack

by Suunto
37 customer reviews
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  • Altimeter: no
  • Heart Rate Monitor: yes
  • Target Heart Rate Zone: yes
  • Training Program: yes,
  • Chronograph: yes
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Product Description

Who need a fitness coach when you have the Suunto Quest Heart Rate Monitor Running Pack to help you manage your training? Dial in your training regimen down to the most minute detail (or just exercise more effectively) with the help of this complete system that includes a wristwatch-style heart rate monitor with advanced functions, the Suunto Dual Comfort belt, a Foot POD to keep track of your mileage and running speed, and a flash drive to make uploading the data from your workout to your PC fast and easy. The Quest works with Movescount. com to create a training program, track, graph, and analyze your data, and even remind you of what's up for your next workout.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005W38VTM
  • Item model number: SS018156000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,140 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By T. Orozco on January 20, 2012
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I have never owned a sports watch, a heart rate monitor, or a Suunto product before, so I did quite a bit of searching within Suunto and other brands before settling on the Quest. I am now glad I chose this product over the Suunto M5, the t6d, and competing brands. Most Polar and Garmin devices are just plain ugly, and I've heard of so many users frustrated with the time their GPS watches take to hook on to a satellite than I decided I wanted to measure my distances with a foot-pod-based system instead. I also find it a pain to have to charge the device every day.

This watch seems to supply many of the features missing from the Suunto M5 that many people complain about (fixed calibration with the PODs, lack of heart rate zone info). The t6d, on the other hand, would have been just overkill for me. I work out every day, running and cross-training, but the amount and complexity of information that something like the t6d provides seems more of a distraction than a feature for anyone except sports-physiology-obsessed athletes. Most serious runners will be very, very satisfied with the Quest.

I've had it for a week. I've had zero issues getting an immediate signal from the heart rate monitor or the food pod, and the chest strap is comfortable and doesn't move once it is snapped in place. I thought working out with a belt strapped around my chest would be bothersome, but I forget I have it on after about 5 minutes. The Movescount website could use some polishing and improvement (which I hope will come in time), but as it stands it is a fine replacement for a training journal and it provides much more information about my workouts than I've ever had available.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Matt on March 27, 2014
I have quite a few watches but I've never owned a Suunto. I got a Fitbit Force for Christmas, which was recalled, so I had the opportunity to take my refund and get something else. I looked at other "fitness bands" but really, as someone who runs and works out almost every day, the bands are just a little gimmicky. After a lot of reading and researching I order the Quest.

It comes in a surprisingly small package. The quality of the watch and the accessories is apparent from the beginning. Setup was quick and intuitive. I had absolutely no problems pairing the HRM strap and the foot pod on the first try. The watch itself is light and comfortable on the wrist.

Getting set up on was equally easy. As with the strap and the foot pad, the watch synced with the USB dongle on my MacBook Pro on the first try. So that's all the administrative stuff. Here's how it performs (in my opinion):

Getting started is easy, and the information it provides--which is the whole point, right?--is great. It took me half a dozen runs to really refine and customize the screens. I love that Sunnto worked that function into MovesCount rather than have you try and do it via the watch. Ultimately I pared down my running screens to 3 (from 5).

The foot pod is small and unobtrusive. It snaps onto your shoelace and there's really no chance of it going anywhere. Click and forget. I don't have a point of reference for the HRM strap but it's very comfortable and I don't mind it at all. It stays in place and after a few minutes I forget that it's there. When you disconnect one of the ends from the middle part it turns the battery off (or so I read). I usually have to adjust it once at the beginning of my run but that's it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Claudicate on February 21, 2012
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I don't have time to write one of those lengthy, full of all the juicy detail reviews, but simply put this watch is awesome. It allows me to track many different aspects of my running and I can get a great visual of how I'm progressing and the shape I'm in. Being able to compare heart rates at different and same speeds from different runs weeks, days and months apart really has helped me to see my progress. I like the feature that tells me when I need to speed up or slow down and it helps keep me on pace when I'm racing and keeps me from slacking off. Seeing the "training day" on the front panel and the workout complete check mark at the end of a run is a good reminder that keeps me busting my butt.

I had ZERO problems connecting the watch to the pod and heart monitor and then to my computer (i've used both mac and pc with this watch)at the end of a workout. Just make sure to follow the direction, the heart rate monitor does need to have the leads slightly wet to get a reading. That brings me to the only thing that has sometimes bothered me: the strap for the HR monitor tends to slide down on your chest at the beginning of the workout when it is dry. But once you get sweating and the band dampens a little it stays put perfectly. I find that if I just get the entire band a little wet before the beginning of my workout I have zero problems with this. Other than that I am completely satisfied with this product and have had no issues with it.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dallas, TX on November 1, 2012
I recently bought the Quest running pack to replace the T6C bundle I've been using for the past couple of years. The watch is lightweight, small, stylish, and doesn't require recharging like the bulkier GPS watches. The foot pod is so small you hardly notice it, syncs instantly, doesn't require recharging, and is extremely accurate once calibrated. I also prefer the heart rate strap to others on the market because the transmitter is completely removable and has a super thin profile. Cadence is useful for training as is the recovery time feature, which helps prevent over training and is a good indicator of workout intensity. The only negative is saw was the lack of EPOC and VO2 that the T6 provided. To my surprise, both are now available on Movescount for Quest users. EPOC, specifically, is a great metric to monitor the impact of my workouts. Movescount also allows you to customize the data fields displayed on the watch and provides a smattering of heart rate information. All in all, the best multisport/running/everyday watch I have come across. Other products I have used include the Garmin 405CX and Polar RCX5 with GPS.
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