Suunto X-Lander - Reloj (Metal, mineral, CR 2430, 65g, Negro)
- Altímetro, barómetro, brújula
- Diferencia de altura
- Temporizador de cuenta regresiva
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Suunto Hombres #SS012926110
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So why the one star review? Less than three years after I purchased the X-Lander I had the watch malfunction (It reset itself and then stopped having a display at all.). I sent the watch in to Suunto and they wanted me to pay more than 2/3 the cost of the watch to repair what they call "leakage". Sounded like a design or product flaw to me. I had previously counted on Suunto products for more than 13 years, but the fact that Suunto will not stand by its product has disgusted me. I will not buy any more Suunto products and will highly discourage others from doing so, either.
I'm sure the quality of the watch is exceptionally good, but these two features seriously compromise the product itself. If I could return the watch (have had it for more than 30 days), I would do so in a heartbeat and choose another brand and/or model..
Edited to add (following time spent at the Army Mountain Warfare Center (Jericho VT)):
The compass on this watch is a mess. Its not a feature that needs to be there.
It tracked the alititude suprisingly well while using it on the land navigation course. We had a bit of weather roll in (went from extremly hot one day to thunder and lightening the next) and as long as you kept the alitude set correctly (off of reference points) the barometric pressure feature also worked well for pressure based weather prediction.
On the negative side, first, it's a bit on the pricier side than a Timex or a G-Shock, but you are paying to differentiate. The Suunto brand name and the black-face watch design definitely stop G-Shock fans to ask what this watch is. Additionally, the Suunto core just doesn't carry the same feel. If you compare these side-by-side, this is bolder, hands down. Second, the wrist band is a bit hard to use. Once I put it on, it's difficult to take off. Not sure if any other owners have the same issue. Maybe this is why there are so many Suunto X-lander wrist bands for sale? When frustrated, it is hard to control the desire to rip it off your wrist.
In summary, a great watch for functionality and style. It is THE watch to have if you are out in the wilderness or if GPS goes down. Yes, I rely on my iphone for GPS and google maps, but this is a great backup.
Also, be careful that the seller doesn't sell you the non-black version. I've seen other reviewers with this problem, but luckily my seller was good to his word.