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Watch out because Suunto is coming with sales. Today Suunto makes official a generalized price reduction for the whole range of models, except for the Suunto Vertical which was obviously introduced a few weeks ago and is already in its correct position on this new scale.

I will explain everything with a video that I try to keep short, although below I leave you the breakdown of how the price drops are. Pay attention, because there is still a very interesting range.

I know that the Suuntos of a few years ago do not stand out in terms of performance, but they do stand out in terms of quality of construction and materials. There are two profiles of buyers, those who are looking for pure performance and number of functions and those who are not looking for so many functions and prefer something simple but functional and of good quality. That is where Suunto comes into play.

Let's go with the cold numbers, here are the prices of the Suunto range and these are the discounts they have with respect to the prices that were in force until yesterday.

  • Suunto 5 Peak from 199€ to 149€ (-50€)
  • Suunto 9 Baro passes. from 299€ to 199€ (-100€)
  • Suunto 9 Baro Titanium from 349€ to 249€ (-100€)
  • Suunto 9 Peak from 399€ to 249€ (-150€)
  • Suunto 9 Peak Titanium from 499 to 299 Euros (-200 Euros)
  • Suunto 9 Peak Pro from 499€ to 349€ (-150€)
  • Suunto 9 Peak Pro Titanium from 629€ to 399€ (-230€)

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In the video you can find in the header I go into a little more detail on what you can have, but the lower the price the more it stands out from the rest of the market.

For example, the Suunto 9 Barobecause for 199€ you get a "piece of cake" with steel bezel, sapphire crystal, barometric altimeter, route navigation ... It is true that for what we are used to now can be somewhat slow in the menu and the optical pulse sensor does not have the best performance of all (mainly because of the weight of the watch), but stop for a moment to think about what the market offers at that price ... And for 50€ you have the Suunto 9 Baro Titanium with an aesthetic that, in blue, I love.

You don't want it that big? The Suunto 9 Peak you have it at 249€ and has a much more minimalist and "thin" aesthetic.

Another one that has dropped quite a bit in price is the Suunto 9 Peak Proa watch that came on the market at the end of last year and already has the new platform (with what that may mean for future updates). It doesn't have the Vertical's multiband antenna or the memory for maps, but it does have everything else.

Save some time to watch the video and see how the Suunto range stacks up against the rest of the market, because I explain it all in a little more detail. And don't forget subscribe and give us a LIKE! Thank you!


Eduardo Mateos

I've been surrounded by electronic devices of all kinds for more than 25 years. Using them, testing them, taking them apart and dissecting them. Long distance triathlete: I swim, run and cycle for a long time. Maybe too much.

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  1. the peak 9 pro is tempting
    for that price
    in my case I'm hesitating whether again polar or garmin....este suunto 9 peak seems tempting to me.
    thanks for the info

  2. Good morning, Eduardo,

    First of all congratulate you for your work. I'm considering buying a Forerunner 255, but now with the sale of the 9 Peak Pro I'm having second thoughts. I do trail running and cycling both mountain and road. Between those 2, which one would you recommend?

    Thank you in advance

    1. For trail the navigation of the Suunto I like better than the 255, if you give importance to that is something to take into account. It also has a better altimeter. Although for cycling I would choose the Garmin. It's up to personal choice.

  3. Hi Eduardo! taking into account these prices, if you need one of these watches right now for trail running (without or with maps I don't care) for cycling as gravel and mtb, running in the city, winter sports, and maybe a triathlon, which of all these options you would choose? my question is because the performance is very similar between all, as a side note I live in the US in park city utah where mountain sports are the bread and butter either trail running or mtb and in winter skiing and all its variants. I appreciate your help and as always congratulations for your blog.

    1. For those sports and if you don't need "the latest of the latest", both Suunto 9 Baro and Suunto 9 Peak are sufficient. The main difference is in the size and weight, which is where you have to see what you find more comfortable to use and the screen size you want to have.

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