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Suunto unveils exclusive Suunto Essential Collection of Watches

Suunto unveils the Suunto Essential Collection, inspired by the heritage of adventure. Since Suunto was founded over 75 years ago, the Finnish watchmaker has been at the forefront of many pioneering innovations enabling adventure; from compasses to dive computers and sports watches. Trusted by explorers, Suunto is as equally at home on the top of Mt Everest as in the depths of the ocean.


The collection embodies the Suunto spirit – minimalist design, premium materials, attention to detail and zero compromise when it comes to precision and reliability. The award winning Suunto designer Timo Yliluoma drew inspiration for the Suunto Essential collection from the company’s long history of making outdoor instruments:

“I aimed to match the pure form of the original Suunto March Compass with a simple, minimalistic design and construction for Suunto Essential. We also elevated the whole design through our choice of materials: high-grade stainless steel with premium coatings, sapphire crystal and premium vegetable-tanned leathers. It gives me great pride to say that Suunto Essential is both designed and made in Finland.”

Finland is home to wild landscapes and a great design tradition, a natural birthplace for the Suunto Essential Collection which blends the rough with the smooth, the rugged wilderness with man-made perfection. The watches’ clean lines ensure they can be worn on every occasion. Equal in functionality to the popular Suunto Core outdoor watch, barometric altimeter, barometer and compass modes are standard.

There are six editions: the Copper, Gold, Carbon and Steel have a brushed finish and come with leather straps. The Stone and Slate variants have a matt finish and unique, durable textile strap. Every watch comes with an exclusive watch roll and is individually signed off at the Finnish factory to guarantee the highest quality every time.

The Suunto Essential Collection is available in Asia from January 15th, globally from March 12th onwards.

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