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Introducing Suunto’s Lightest GPS Watch with 100 Hours of Battery Life – The Suunto 5 Peak

January 20, 2022

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Robert Steffens
Suunto
rob.steffens@rygr.us
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HELSINKI

The new lightweight Suunto 5 Peak offers up to 100 hours of battery life, in sport music controls, and extensive outdoor navigation features – all at a sweet price point

HELSINKI (January 20, 2022) – Suunto, a global leader in sports watches, dive computers, and precision instruments, announces the release of the Suunto 5, the brand’s lightest weight GPS watch with up to 100 hours of GPS battery. Building on the success of the recently released Suunto 9 Peak, the Suunto Suunto 5 Peak is designed for outdoor fitness lovers looking for a light, compact, durable, and long-lasting partner to guide them towards reaching fitness goals, all at a cost-effective price point.   

The Suunto 5 Peak is an evolution of the original Suunto 5 model. The new watch is 41% lighter than its forbear, is sleeker due to the absence of the older model’s GPS nose, offers up to 100 hours of battery life, handy music controls on the watch, automatic, over the air software updates, features Suunto’s new design language, and a selection of easily changeable accessory straps to suit individual style. All that at $329, the Suunto 5 Peak delivers an uncompromising, feature-filled sports watch at a budget friendly price.

Proudly made in Finland, Suunto designers created this watch for people active in the outdoors who want to explore new terrain and are motivated to achieve personal fitness goals safely and confidently. Combined with Suunto app and its heat and 3D maps, users can easily discover popular routes, plan their own, transfer them to the watch, and follow them – turn by turn – on their next adventure. An impressive array of partner services enhances these possibilities even further.

“There’s no doubt in my mind that the Suunto 5 Peak is going to perform strongly given its ultra-light weight and sleek design, rich functionality, combined with its accessible price point,” says Heikki Norta, President, Suunto. “That’s what we set out to achieve when we sat down to design this watch and I believe consumers will agree we haven’t come up short. With this watch they are ready for their next adventure.” 

Key Features:

  • Weighs in at only 39 grams
  • Music controls on the watch
  • Three battery modes: Performance (20 hours), Endurance (40 hours) or Tour (up to 100 hours). In Time Mode, the watch lasts up to 10 days with a single charge
  • 80+ sport modes to choose from or customize your own in Suunto app
  • The ability to create routes, and find routes for 20 different sports via heatmaps in Suunto app
  • Plan routes and view your activities on 3D maps in Suunto app
  • Wrist-based heartrate
  • The watch offers adaptive training guidance, tracks steps, calories, and recovery and measures sleep quality and duration
  • Comes with the new Burner feature: calculates the grams of fat and carbohydrates burned while exercising

Like all Suunto watches, the Suunto 5 Peak was subjected to extreme testing, has been built to withstand all weather conditions, and is water resistant up to 30 meters. The durable stainless-steel bezel and polyamide lens will ensure the watch serves as a long-term training partner.

With the Suunto 5 Peak, consumers have plenty of options to choose from in terms of style. Coming with straps in six colors – including Suunto’s first strap made with waste materials left over in strap production – and nine other compatible 22 mm accessory straps to mix things up with, users can easily personalize the style of their watch.

In the U.S. and Canada, the Suunto 5 Peak will be available for pre-order at Suunto.com on January 20th, and available for direct purchase at Suunto.com on February 1st.

Please direct all media inquiries to Rob Steffens, rob.steffens@rygr.us

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About Suunto: We stand for adventure. Pioneering exploration has been in our DNA since 1936, when Finnish orienteer Tuomas Vohlonen set out to create a more accurate compass, and subsequently invented a new method for manufacturing liquid‐filled compasses. Today Suunto is at the forefront of design and innovation for sports watches, dive computers and instruments used by adventurers all over the globe.

Eighty-five years removed from our founding, we are proud that Suunto products can take a beating, but are also designed with an everyday aesthetic that reflects our Nordic identity. Suunto’s headquarters and factory are still in Finland. We are part of Amer Sports along with sister brands Salomon, Arc’teryx, Peak Performance, Atomic, Wilson and Enve. www.suunto.com

 

 

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