Striking the perfect balance between sports watch and smartwatch, the Suunto 7 made a grand splash when it debuted at CES 2020. It’s the first model to combine the brand’s fitness tech with free offline maps and Google’s Wear OS features, resulting in a best-of-all-worlds scenario. Use it as a guide to both the outer world and your inner body and look pretty damn stylish in the process.
With the Suunto 7 at your disposal, every fitness feature is just one button push away. That includes over 70 sport modes, GPS tracking, and a wrist heart-rate sensor. You can analyse and share data through the Suunto app or on third-party apps like Strava and TrainingPeaks, to name a few. To control music as you work out, simply connect your headset to your smartphone.
Also featured on the Suunto 7 are free offline maps, complete with terrain details and contour lines. That’s joined by heatmaps for 15 activities, including running, swimming, and cycling. Each map will be downloaded automatically when you’re connected to WiFI and charging the watch.
Rounding out the Suunto 7’s charms are WearOS goodies such as Google Fit, Google Assistant, Google Pay, and Google Play. Use various apps through Google Play to tinker with the watch face display. Along similar lines, swap out the interchangeable straps at will. Built to last, water-resistant to 50m, and ready for anything, the Suunto 7 has high-performance written all over it.