Elementum with Pure Power!


All good things come in threes, and the first time our eyes rested on the new Ele­men­tum trio when we came to hear of it. This watch had a dif­fer­ent style in its pre­vi­ous model. Suunto Core could see a clear goal of rais­ing the bar for pure sports watches.Suunto Elementum

Suunto there­fore, started doing field com­passes in the 1930s and became a man lead­ing the dive com­put­ers in the late 80’s. Today, the Finn’s num­ber one on the extreme sports and out­door watches as pal­lets the most part, every­thing from knife fights to marathon.

Ele­men­tum series con­tains three clocks that are Ven­tus, Aqua and Terra. One for use on the water sur­face (Sail­ing), the other is for sub (div­ing) while the third one for climb­ing and hik­ing. Yes­ter­day we man­aged to enter the Klock­mas­ter to get a bit on two of them and he brought to us Aqua’n as well as Terra’n.

Niklas who is a clock Mas­ter says that Ele­men­tum watches first launched in Swe­den and Italy, and in hype’n around them have sun tologer from all val­ues ​​from them to ask about the new trio.

Finally, we have Aqua’n in auto­matic func­tion which kicked off a water sen­sor. For the climber has Terra’n both altime­ter, 3D com­pass and much more. But I am most eager and check out the aes­thet­ics. Qual­ity The feel­ing is really good and the steel link feels awe­some tight. What is it when most crave? Aqua with their U-boat’s bolts feels bru­tal. The only thing that pulls down qual­ity impres­sions are the mark­ings and suunto that are very famous, for prac­ti­cal rea­sons. Then I think that bal­ance is dis­rupted some of the crown and its soft key place­ment. Terra pro­vides a more decent feel­ing and is marked as sig­nif­i­cantly bet­ter than Aqua’n.

Suunto Elementum

All mod­els come in stain­less but Aqua’n is also acces­si­ble in black color. Dis­play of this watch is either pos­i­tive or neg­a­tive. Links and bands are avail­able in seven vari­ants that are par­tic­u­lar in really neat and bright leather strap with dis­tinc­tion in stitches.



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