Suunto Ambit 3 Run review

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Suunto knows a thing or two about sports watches, and that’s apparent in the Suunto Ambit 3 Run – which is also sometimes known as the Ambit3 Run – even Suunto’s own site uses both.

[Update: The Suunto Ambit Run3 has been around for a couple of years now, and been usurped by watches likes the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR – that model is vastly more powerful and not a lot more money, so we’d recommend going for that].

Suunto has a long heritage in dive computer design and build leading it to place a premium on durability when compared with more ‘lifestyle’ brands such as Fitbit, Basis and TomTom. This means it tends to favour chunky ‘outdoor’ watches, but it also means you get a wrist guard that feels like it’s capable of fighting off bears.

The Suunto Ambit 3 Run is the latest in a long line of Suunto Ambits, all waterproof to immense depths, GPS-enabled and solidly built. Suunto has begun to differentiate the various sporting uses by taking a standard Ambit 3 and removing the unnecessary bits.

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https://www.techradar.com/reviews/wearables/suunto-ambit-3-run-1300574/review

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