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Suunto 9 Peak Pro

Perfect for longer expeditions, the brand-new Suunto 9 Peak Pro smartwatch is quicker, simpler, and has a longer battery life than the Suunto 9 model launched last year. With a faster CPU and a stronger battery, the new Suunto 9 Peak Pro offers more than a weeks worth of GPS and fitness tracking between charges. As you ride up and down slopes, the O2 and heart rate sensors allow you to monitor your fitness and acclimatization. You may also track your sleep, check your recuperation status, and use the standard set of indicators to help you improve your training.

The significant improvement in this model however, is a battery that can provide up to 300 hours of GPS monitoring in Tour mode. Endurance (70 hours) and Performance are additional modes (40 hours). You can quickly adjust the battery life to fit the adventure at hand using simple on-screen settings, then choose the activity and begin tracking.

The Suunto 9 Peak Pro connects to up to 32 satellites concurrently and four satellite networks (GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, and BEIDOU) for improved accuracy when exercising in difficult GPS environments, such as beneath tall structures or in deep mountain valleys. It should also increase accuracy for mountain cyclists when riding through dense vegetation.

Suunto now also syncs efforts with Hammerhead bike computers as well, making it simpler for multisport athletes to view all of their workouts in one location. Additionally, you may design exercises in the app and then sync them to the watch to carry out.

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