I have a Suunto Vector (yellow and orange) with positive…
27 July 2011
Excerpt: I have a Suunto Vector (yellow and orange) with positive and negative face, and the only thing that miss is the GPS, the others things are really fantastic. Now I also have this Suunto X10 (not mil) and the look is really very good. It has all the things that make Vector the real one. But the X10 has some problems, that are the buttons press, the buttons broke, and in some old models the bezel, but i think that the bezel's problems are on old models.
A great wrist-top computer IF WHAT YOU WANT IS A WRIST-TOP COMPUTER!!!
26 July 2011
Summary: It's hard to rate a watch that isn't really a watch. Suunto is careful to advertise this item as a "wrist-top computer," and that's probably the best description overall. It's also the best way to articulate why this "computer" isn't for everyone. Its main attraction is the GPS function -- on this, it fares much better at obtaining a GPS fix than its predecessor, the X9Mi.
Summary: Great watch in a great price. The best thing about for me, is that i can export my routes to Google Earth, and I can import maps to my watch. All in all, it's a good example for a good Suunto, great for tracking and for those who like to hike.
Summary: I have only been using the watch for about 2 weeks now and I love it. The working options which it has are adequate and contribute to the likeability of the watch. So far it is has been durable and the watch band which seemed to be the problem most people complained about in review seems to be a rugged material. It came with a extra band also which I assume is in response to the band problem.
I love my Suunto X10. I bought it because on my annual…
Jim Rea (guest), Trailspace.com
14 April 2009
Excerpt: I love my Suunto X10. I bought it because on my annual hike of about 400 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail last year, I had to be rescued. Rescue was delayed several hours while they figured out where in Oregon to find me. Detailed info from the PCT guidebook was not enough. I did not carry my old Magellan Meridian GPS because it is too heavy. Now I will wear my wristwatch/altimeter/compass/GPS on every hike, so I can report my coordinates if I ever need to again.