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 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.
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.