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Suunto X10 Military GPS Watch SS014006010

by Suunto
2.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Product Description

Suunto commemorates 10 years with the Suunto X10 GPS Watch. When you're trekking through a new frontier, adventure racing, biking, fishing, or conducting field operations, the Suunto X10 provides critical decision-making data. With full GPS functionality, including route planning and uploading, as well as outdoor essentials like an altimeter, barometer, and compass. Standard features include: Faster GPS performance than any other Suunto Watch; Top notch GPS tracking in difficult conditions, such as when you're in a storm or thick jungle; Long battery life and universal USB chargeability; Plan routes on your PC and upload them to your watch; Calculate speed, distance, direction, and time to your next waypoint; 100 meters (330 feet) water resistant. Complete watch functions: calendar, alarm, dual time, and stop watch. Suunto X10 Military GPS Watch SS014006010

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B001DCEKYG
  • Item model number: SS014006010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,257,982 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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GPS: Obviously it can't do what a handheld unit can, but it holds it own for all the GPS functionality. The X10 can take a minute or two to lock on to a signal when you first activate the GPS, but once it has a lock, I've never lost signal on all hikes/bikes (outside, obviously concrete buildings are a dead zone). The on-screen activity data gives all the essentials: current/average speeds, min/max speed, time/distance traveled, and elevation traveled as well as min/max elevation. Adding the compass and "nav" feature means you can at least point yourself in the right direction to get back to where your activity started - very handy when exploring new trails. I have not used the routes feature, but I imagine it could be very useful for more critical uses like mountaineering.

GPS software: not the most elegant, but it does the trick. Easy to export a text file which can be converted to kml and used with google earth or a host of other online applications for viewing on a nice map. Two big issues here: 1) PC-only, no Mac. 2) no basemap in the software - as in, you just see a red line of your track, there is no map underneath it. You can import map images from google earth, or wherever, but you have to calibrate them. Not worth it, just export and use elsewhere.

ABC (altimeter/barometer/compass): excellent, Suunto really has this part down.

Temperature: yes, it reads temp, but unless you wear the watch on a string around your neck, the reading is going to be about 5 degrees less than your body temp. You can take the watch off, but the sensor is slow and you'll have to wait about 10 minutes to get an accurate reading of ambient temp.

Battery life: fantastic!
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PLEASE DO NOT BUY!!!... I bought mine about four months before a deployment to afghanistan and it broke before the deployment the face plate comes up and rubber around the face place cracks, as well as the buttons peel off small amounts of water leaks in and the watch shuts off. I sent it in and they had it back to me within a month pretty cool. It worked for a little while and the face plate started to come up again so I sent it in again. I had my wife send it to me while deployed in a matter of a few months it was doing the same thing. Ive had three of these watches in the span of a year, IT IS GARBAGE!!! it should be indestructable for $500.00 plus dollars.

The features are pretty accurate if you are outside away from everything but you have to wait forever for it to load. The wrist top Garmin worked anywhere in Afghanistan and was fast to load even inside the MRAP where the Suunto did not

Seriously save yourself the money and buy a Garmin they work so much quicker and are a lot more durable, dependable and cheaper... the only thing this watch has going for it is it looks cool.
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I bought the X10 military model. The display is very dark and nearly always difficult to read (if you get it just right in the light, it can be read clearly). I am not sure if this is by design (for stealth), or is a problem with this model, or if it is a problem is with this particular watch. We have changed the settings to optimize the display without reasonable improvement. It never looks like the picture shown. It is dark and uneven (parts of the screen are more difficult to read than others).

In any event, it is being exchanged for the "regular" model.

I own a Suunto X6HR and have loved the watch. Suunto makes great products. I am sure the "regular" X10 will be "the ticket."
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