X-Lander

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title X-Lander
Manufacturer Suunto
Page By Richard Purchon
Page Type Jun 4, 2002 / Jun 4, 2002
Object ID 346
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Alitmeter, Barometer, Compass, Watch

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Richard Purchon - Sep 23, 2002 8:51 am - Voted 3/5

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i dont have a suunto watch. But i do sell them!



Suunto operate through their retailers. if you bring your watch to any branch of Cotswold Essential Outdoor

Http://www.cotswold.co.uk

we will fix it or send it back to be fixed.

Most big compaines will not deal with the consumer direct, they will tell you to goto a suunto dealer ie. Outdoor retailer's

such as



Snow & Rock

Field & Trek

Blacks

or Millets

Hack - Nov 21, 2003 10:28 pm - Voted 3/5

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Very useful tool. Altimeter needs regular adjusting due to weather changes, compass works great and can be set to various declinations. I have not used the log feature though. I managed to fall and slam the face on the corner of a rock and fracture the face. Talked to the company and had if fixed for $50, not great, but not bad either. The watch band itself has began to tear and I need to replace it before going back out again or else it will likey fall off. I think I would prefer the Vector as it also includes a thermometer for about $100 less.

ghileman - Nov 6, 2009 3:06 am - Voted 3/5

have had two crap out on me underwater
i have the military edition. great concept and altimiter and compass work well. but i find it a bit shocking how poorly this watch handles shallow water. Suunto customer service has replaced both at no cost, but what happens when i'm outside my warranty?

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