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Suunto t6D Watch

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  • Wrist device and heart rate straps allow you to analyze training sessions with measurements
  • Adjustable heart rate zone features an alarm that warns when you fall below/above your target zone
  • Included PC software and beat-to-beat recording capability tracks details for optimal training
  • 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.
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Special Features Heart rate monitor timer Includes a CR 2032 battery, a battery lid with O-ring and a battery lid opener Water-Resistant
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The sports laboratory on your wrist - heart rate monitor with Training Effect and EPOC. Use your t6d and Suunto Dual Comfort Belt with the tools provided through Movescount.com to get a detailed analysis of seven physiological parameters, with accuracy previously available only in sports laboratories. This detailed analysis breaks down nearly every aspect of your training so you can make adjustments of how to train more efficiently in the future. Easily check your real-time Training Effect for an accurate measure of how hard your body's working, and quickly adjust your workout as needed. The Suunto t6d also gives you a read-out of your EPOC - your excess post-exercise oxygen consumption level - which lets you measure and adjust your training loads to ensure that your body is safely getting the most from each workout. Use the altimeter to monitor your climbing or hill performance to know how your body will react when training at various altitudes. Securely pair your t6d and Dual Comfort Belt - through interference-free digital ANT transmission - to monitor your real-time heart rate and calorie consumption, or pair it with an optional POD to measure your real-time speed, distance, or cadence.

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Color: Black Smoke | Size: One Size
  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0013LKSSO
  • Item model number: SS015843000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,708 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to configure and use, very robust.
They really need to fix the battery replacement problem on these watches.
Suunto also has PC software you can download for free.
J. Boerhout

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MyBeesWax TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 29, 2012
Color Name: Black Flame | Size Name: One Size

The Suunto t6d has all the capabilities of my high-end Polar Heart Rate Monitor (an old, now-discontinued Polar S625X). But right off the bat, I will point out a couple of its limitations, which may or may not be a deal breaker for you:

(1) It doesn't support GPS Mapping (like some models from Polar and Garmin)
Suunto does have a GPS pod, but the pod is used for calculating distance/speed/pace. It has no GPS Mapping capability (i.e. you can't display your route on, say, Google Maps).

(2) It doesn't monitor the length of your stride or running cadence (like some models from Polar).
Suunto has a cadence pod, but it's used for cycling cadence, not for running cadence (gait).

With that said, I do find this watch an indispensable tool for my training runs. It monitors and displays, in real time:

o Heart Rate
o Distance
o Stop Watch, Lap Time (to the nearest 1/100th of a second)
o Altitude, Ascent, Decent
o Temperature
o Date/Time
o Pace (minutes per mile)
o Speed (miles per hour)
o Average Speed
o Calories Burned
o VO2 Max, or Maximal Oxygen Consumption (in ml/min/Kg)
o EPOC, or Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption
o Training Effect (an indicator, from a scale of 1-5, of how hard you're training)

All this data can be downloaded to your computer with the provided link cable for analysis.

* Note: Distance, Pace, Speed, and Average Speed readings require the use of a Foot Pod, which is sold separately.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ToTo on October 11, 2010
Color Name: Black Fusion Verified Purchase
I did a lot of research on these watches/computers and glad i got the suunto. you wont find much documentation on the website and not much comes with the watch but you really dont need it. All you need is some time to mess around with the menu and if you join a free forum like movescount, you will get all the information you really need on it.

The watch is light weight, durable, keeps more stats than the average person really needs, and is reasonably accurate. I dont regret the decision to purchase the watch or foot pod; would do it again in a heartbeat and am considering giving them as gifts.

Things i don't like, when in a training program the backlight is useless. It lights up, and you can read it, but it flashes; i cant read a small flashing screen when i'm running in the dark. The PC connection cable and terminals are archaic. three recessed brass terminals on the watch and 3 brass pogo jumpers on a clip, after drenching the whole thing in sweat and grime, it takes a few tries to get it link up and download. i would have expected some sort of BT sync or something more advanced given how great the watch is.

again, the watch is more than most people would need -more than i need - but the HR band is very comfortable and the watch does it all and is comfortable to use and wear.

I have had this watch/belt/foot pod for over a year and use them to run at least 3 times (5hrs) a week. So far the watch is great. I have no regrets and would buy this again. Belt and foot pod take little/no time to setup, calibration is also simple. Once setup I found them to be reliable and accurate. The watch is easy to use and easy to read when running; I especially liked the setup of custom displays. The watch is extremely comfortable and does not slide around.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Boerhout on August 13, 2010
Color Name: Black FlameSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
There are many HRMs on the market, just about all of them follow the "more data/features == better" strategy. Suunto does not. Suunto does very well with this HRM. It is quite easy to set up and get going with it - though there are a few functions not (very well) described in the manual. The thing that convinced me about the T6D is that once you set it up, it allows you to focus on your training rather than having to fiddle with buttons and look at non-essential parameters.

There are three displays: Time, Display1 and Display2. The Display1 and 2 are used during training and show you three rows of configurable parameters. Download Suunto's user manual for a list of all the parameters if you're interested - there are quite a few. The third (bottom) row of each display you can program a number of parameters for that you can cycle through when training - very handy!

Suunto's claim to fame is the Training Effort (TE) value it computes as an overall index for how hard your training was. There is some technical literature about this and Suunto's claims appear not entirely taking from thin air but have a level of medical foundation it seems. The TE values at least work for me and they give me direction to my training schedule. Be sure to take the time to set all your personal parameters up properly as this will make a big difference in the TE values.

Another thing that attracted me to this watch is the extensibility through pods - Suunto sells a foot pod, bike pod, GPS pod etc. So you don't have to buy an HRM with a GPS built-in that seems totally cool when you buy it but in the end you don't need or don't use all that often. Buy the pod you need when you need it.

Not a functional item but the Suunto T6D looks good (my opinion anyway).
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