Suunto Smartwatch PDF User Manuals

By | August 20, 2017

PDF User Manuals for Suunto Smartwatches

Suunto Oy is a Finnish company specializing in the manufacture of sports watches, dive computers, compasses and other precision equipment for an active lifestyle.

The company’s headquarters is located in Vantaa, Finland. The company employs more than 500 people around the world. The main company is located near the headquarters in Finland. Suunto is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation and sister of Wilson, Atomic, Salomon, Precor, Arc’teryx and Mavic brands.

The name “Suunto” is a modified Finnish word “suunta”, which translates as “azimuth”, “course” or “direction.”
The company’s slogan: Conquer New Territories.

Suunto Core All Black

Suunto Core All Black

User guides for Suunto Sports Watches

Suunto Ambit3 Peak Black PDF User Manual
Suunto Core Brushed Steel PDF User Manual
Suunto Elementum Terra Steel PDF User Manual
Suunto M1 Black PDF User Manual
Suunto M2 Black-Lime PDF User Manual
Suunto M5 Black-Silver PDF User Manual
Suunto Quest Black Running Pack PDF User Manual
Suunto Quest Yellow PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Blue (HR) PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR All Black PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR All Black with Belt PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Blue PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Blue with Belt User Guide
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Copper Special Edition PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Forest Special Edition User Guide
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Gold PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Gold with Belt PDF User Guide
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Sakura PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR Sakura with Belt PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Ultra All Black Titanium (HR) PDF User Manual
Suunto Spartan Ultra Gold Special Edition (HR) PDF User Guide
Suunto Spartan Ultra Gold Special Edition PDF User Guide
Suunto Traverse Alpha Black Red PDF User Manual
Suunto Traverse Alpha Foliage PDF User Manual
Suunto Traverse Sapphire Black PDF User Manual

SUUNTO Spartan Ultra

SUUNTO Spartan Ultra

Suunto Premium SmartWatches

Suunto Elementum Terra Stealth Gray Rubber PDF User Manual
Suunto Essential Ceramic Copper Black PDF User Manual
Suunto Kailash Copper PDF User Manual

Suunto Smartwatches for divers

Suunto CB – One 300 PDF User Manual
Suunto CB – Two in line 300-45 PDF User Manual
Suunto Cobra PDF User Manual
Suunto Cobra3 Black PDF User Manual
Suunto D4f Black PDF User Manual
Suunto D4i Novo Pink PDF User Manual
Suunto D6i Novo Black Zulu PDF User Manual
Suunto D6i Novo Stone PDF User Manual
Suunto DX Silver Titanium PDF User Manual
Suunto EON Steel PDF User Manual
Suunto SK-8 Strap Mount NH PDF User Manual
Suunto Vyper Novo White PDF User Manual
Suunto Zoop Novo Blue PDF User Manual

History

In 1933, the company’s founder, Tuomas Vohlonen, an engineer and surveyor by profession, applied for a patent for a unique method of manufacturing a lightweight compass case made entirely of celluloid filled with liquid and allowing the magnetic needle to be protected from shock and wear during active traffic .

In 1935, Vohlonen was granted a patent for his design, which went into serial production a year later as a wrist compass M-311. It was not the first portable, fluid-filled compass, but Vöhlönen’s design was compact and light enough to allow it to be worn on the wrist.

Suunto Ambit3 Sport Blue - GPS watch

Suunto Ambit3 Sport Blue – GPS watch

During the Second World War, Suunto presents a compact liquid compass with a sighting device – model M / 40, designed for artillery officers and other users who need a high-precision instrument for measuring azimuth. After the Second World War, the company developed rapidly, supplying compasses and other navigational tools for both civil and military markets.

After the death of Tuomas Wohlonen, in 1939, his wife, Elli Vokhlonen, ran the company until 1952.

In 1996, Suunto Oy acquired Recta SA, a Swiss manufacturer of compasses. In 1999, Suunto Oy was acquired by Amer Sports Group, which currently owns both companies.

Production

Currently, the company produces a wide range of personal microcomputers in the form of wristwatches for active lifestyles, compasses, diving equipment and other precision measuring instruments for civilian and military applications.