Suunto Traverse Alpha GPS Smartwatch Ready for Various Outdoor Activities

Suunto Traverse Alpha GPS smartwatch delivers you suitable functions no matter you like running, cycling, fishing, hunting and more outdoor activities. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.

Suunto Traverse Alpha GPS Smartwatch

The Traverse Alpha is a versatile and rugged GPS smartwatch that’s compatible with iPhones and Android phones. The wearable weighs 2.65 oz and its watch case measures 1.97 x 1.97 x 0.59 inches. The durable stainless steel case delivers a tough and rugged style that perfectly matches your passion for outdoor adventures. The water-resistant design allows it to withstand water immersion up to 100m/330ft depth. Meanwhile, the textile strap provides a breathable and comfortable wearing experience.

The rugged GPS smartwatch keeps you on track with ease wherever you go, and built-in digital compass helps you quickly find out a correct way in unknown terrain. Furthermore, the smartwatch delivers a series of dedicated functions for fishing, hunting and hiking. For instance, it lets you know the local barometric pressure trend, sunset and sunrise times and moon phases. Based on the info you can determine the best hunting and fishing times.

Suunto Traverse Alpha GPS Smartwatch

Moreover, the GPS watch also tracks your speed, distance, and pace, and customizable sport modes allow it to support multiple sports including running, cycling, fishing and hunting, so it serves as a Bluetooth fitness tracker. The rounded 128 x 128 display not only shows you time, date and other tracking data, but also lets you check notifications and incoming calls from the connected smartphone. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers up to 14 days of use in time mode.

Suunto Traverse Alpha GPS smartwatch is priced at $499.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.

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