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Suunto t3d Heart Rate Monitor

by Suunto
31 customer reviews

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About the Product

  • Robust everyday training accessory designed to help you push fitness goals to the next level
  • Suunto dual comfort belt to accurately monitor real-time heart rate and calorie consumption data
  • Training effect monitors your aerobic conditioning level
  • Includes limited manufacturer's warranty of 2 years for sports instruments and heart rate monitors
  • One year for accessories such as heart rate monitors, chargers, straps, etc

Product Description

DECENT FEATURES of the Suunto T3d Heart Rate Monitor Calculate your real-time heart rate and calorie consumption Get real-time Training Effect Measure your speed, distance, and cadence with optional Suunto PODs Use interference-free digital ANT transmission and coding to securely pair your Suunto devices Comes with Suunto Dual Comfort Belt (compatible with most gym cardio equipment, the Suunto Fitness Solution group exercise and all Suunto heart rate monitors) Color options: Black, Black Move, Black Polished, and Sporty Red Available also in Suunto Performance Packs - ready to go solutions with PODs for running and multisport The SPECS Backlight Type: Electro-luminescent display Dot-matrix display Menu-based user interface Operating Temperature: -20°C - 60°C / -5°F - 140°F Selectable metric/imperial units Storage Temperature: -30°C - 60°C / -22°F - 140°F User replaceable straps Water Resistance: 30 m / 100 ft Weight: 45g / 50g / 65g Chronograph Max number of split times in memory: 50 Stopwatch Timers (interval, warm-up) Heart Rate ANT - digital coded heartrate / speed signal Average HR in real time Calories: In real time HR limits and HR zones Memory Capacity: 15 logs HR in real time Training and Exercise Guidance Training Effect: In real time Heart Rate Belts Suunto Comfort Belt (ANT Coded): Compatible Suunto Dual Comfort Belt (Analog Coded and ANT Coded): Included Suunto Heart Rate Belt (ANT Coded): Compatible Suunto Memory Belt (ANT Coded): Compatible Power Low battery warning User replaceable battery Special Button lock Compatible with PODs Watch 12/24 h Calendar clock Daily Alarms: 1 Dual time PC Software Training Data Transfer and Analysis: Through Movescount.com (with optional PC POD / Movestick)


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B003L6MF80
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #425,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 16, 2010
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I've owned several suunto watches for different purposes. I've never been disappointed at all. Most of the complaints are about the scratching of the face. I buy face protectors and I never have an issue. I'm currently using this watch with the foot, bike and pc pod and I love it. It tracks all my running, biking and weight training info. Get a suunto and you will love it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David on June 27, 2010
Color: Black
I really wanted this HRM watch from Suunto to work, but after only 1 lite workout, the face was already marred. I may have bumped up against some equipment, but nothing that should have left a marked. I have two other Suunto watches, dive computers, and they are indestructible. These watches have been hit up against rocks and metal with some slight scratches to show for it. Bottomline, while the functionality is there, this watch is isn't worth the money due to the poor quality of materials used.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Kramer on July 27, 2011
Color: Black Move
For years, I struggled with a Polar heart rate monitor. I would have to wet the strap, sometimes wait up to 20 minutes for it to "warm up" and detect a signal, and endure constant signal "drop outs" creating large gaps in my training data. Eventually, I'd had enough, and decided to try this particular watch out because it was on sale at REI. I've been using it for three months now and I'm extremely satisfied.

First, the watch looks really nice. It's very slim and doesn't scream "training computer," so it's definitely suitable to wear at the office, while traveling, or pretty much anywhere without looking out of place.

When you put the heart rate strap on, the signal is picked up immediately. I haven't had to dampen the electrodes or wait for it to warm up; you simply put the strap on, turn the watch to training mode and you're good to go. The signal is extremely solid; you can do pretty much any physical activity in this thing regardless of how much it contorts your torso and the watch will still pick up your heart rate no problem.

The interface is admittedly a little confusing, but with some practice you'll get used to it. Recalling data is simple, there is multiple time zone support, stopwatch... pretty much every basic function you'd expect. The calories burned function is, as far as I can tell, very accurate after you subtract the calories you would have burned sitting still.

As far as cons go, there are very few. The battery life is good, although not as good as on my Polar (I had to replace the t3ds battery after about 3 months of heavy, near-daily use). Others have complained that the screen is difficult to read, although personally I have no problems.

Over-all, if you're looking to spend less than 200 bucks and get an extremely reliable heart rate monitor, this is your watch.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Emily J. Crowe on April 19, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
First to answer the question about durability. Yes this watch does scratch if you look at it funny. Yes, polywatch works great and gets out all the scratches very quickly. I would recommend just getting the $9 Zagg screen protector and calling it good.

I have been working out pretty hard for a about a year now and started off with a basic timex watch that just recorded the average HR and time of workout. I would then have to go to my computer and use the website to figure out my calories burned. Now with this watch I get everything I wanted and some great surprises too.

First it allows you to setup the watch for you specifically and gives you immediate returns on what you want to track. I use the current HR and calories burned. Also, which is great is it gives me my HR zones and lets me know how hard I am working so I don't slack off. With the combined tones I don't have to keep checking on my watch to see if I am in the zone or back to recovery.

To sum it up. Great workout tracking watch. No GPS or altimeter but you can get the pods for that anyway or upgrade to the much more expensive T6. I am very happy and recommend highly to anyone wanting to track your fitness.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By thepale on December 2, 2010
Color: Black Move Verified Purchase
Firstly, I am looking for quality and not style...If you only want style, I would go to walmart and get a knock-off timex or something...It accurately takes your heart-rate and can monitor performance. I have had mine for over 4 years and just got it scratched but it still works...Even if the lens was made of glass, it would still be scratchable...I think Suunto is a great company that puts out good product at an affordable price...Keep in mind, this watch is slightly over [...] bucks...don't expect the same quality as the t6 or some other brand that lists at [...].
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cpuiulet on September 27, 2012
Color: Black
Along with the t3, t4, t3c, t4c, and t4d, the t3d is probably one of the best training tools out there. Simply put, ones you understand how to use the Training Effect - "TE", you'll begin to train smarter not harder. Some other watches out there offer the TE algorithm. The Garmin 610 and 910xt and a number of the Suunto watches like the t6, t6c, and t6d come to mind. I'm sure there are some more out there, but none have the "time to TE". Let me explain -- TE basically tells you with a simple number between 1 and 5, how much effect that workout you just did had on improving your fitness. 1 to 1.9 - no effect. 2 to 2.9 - very minimal effect. 3 to 3.9 -- good effect. 4 to 4.9 -- very good effect. 5 is over-reaching. Ones you input your maximum heart rate (very important it is accurate) and a few other parameters into the watch, you're good to go. Now, back to the key feature of what makes this watch better than even the best Garmin's out there -- it's the "time to TE". Basically if I want to do a 3.5 TE workout today, I quickly set that parameter by holding down one button till it gets to 3.5 or whatever other TE you'd like. Ones that's set, the watch constantly calculates how long it'll take you to get to the desired TE based on the intensity you're currently exercising at. 3 min. or 3 hrs. or maybe never. The rest of the feature on this watch are still great. It can be paired with GPS, heart rate (necessary for TE calculations), foot pods and bike pods. It stores up to 15 workouts with all the individual workout details in the watch memory and then up to 6 months of monthly summary. You can also download all your information into Movescount and even TrainingPeaks.Read more ›
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