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The Suunto XLander Watch combines all the features of a watch with a bit more pizzaz.

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Accurate altimeter

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Tons of functions

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The ultimate option for the outdoor enthusiast, the silver Suunto X-Lander wrist-top computer offers an accurate altimeter, a complete barometer, a precise electronic compass, and a multifunction sports watch in a single elegant package. Regardless of your excursion--whether it's climbing mountains, riding a muddy bike track, or skiing off piste--you need accurate, real-time information about your surroundings to pull off a successful trip. The X-Lander contributes by not only providing important data, but also keeping track of your activities so you can make rational decisions at key moments. In addition, the watch is user-friendly and solidly built, with a non-allergenic aluminum casing, a carbon-fiber back, a durable mineral crystal glass, and a water-resistant fabric strap.

The built-in altimeter, which boasts a range of up to 29,500 feet, puts all 14 of the world's 8,000-plus-meter summits within the avid climber's range. Among the altimeter's functions are an altitude measurement function that lets you follow the vertical progress between stages, an automatic 24-hour memory that stores the altitude and ascent/decent rate for every hour, and an adjustable altitude alarm. Climbers will also dig the logbook function, which lets you record total and cumulative vertical ascents and descents as well as the number of runs skied.

The X-Lander also displays the current barometric pressure and temperature--a must for activities in which weather plays a factor. The device automatically records barometric data for the previous four days, with the first six hours manifested in one-hour intervals and the rest in six-hour intervals. When the reference altitude is set correctly, the instrument also displays the present sea level pressure, which makes it easier to read and understand the barometric pressure at high altitudes.

And few things are more important when exploring unfamiliar territory than a compass. The X-Lander's electronic compass contributes by guiding you with cardinal or half- cardinal points and a North-South arrow. The compass can also be set to track a certain bearing, which helps you follow a chosen direction. Meanwhile, the unit's declination adjustment function allows you to correct the difference between true North and magnetic North.

In addition to the variety of outdoor functions, the X-Lander also displays normal time, with such add-ons as three daily alarms, a calendar programmed to the year 2089, a stopwatch with split-time measurement, and a countdown timer. Other features include a durable negative LCD display, a user-replaceable battery, and water-resistance to 100 feet. The X-Lander is backed by a two-year warranty on parts and labor.

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  • Multi-function sports watch with accurate chronometer, altimeter, barometer, and electronic compass
  • Altitude memory function records total and cumulative vertical ascents and descents and notes number of skiing runs
  • Large display with easy-to-read numerals and electro-luminescent backlight for dimly lit conditions
  • Non-allergenic aluminum casing, carbon fiber back, durable mineral crystal glass, and water-resistant fabric strap
  • Time functions include stopwatch with multiple alarms and countdown timer; 2-year warranty
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Color Options

  • Negative Face
  • Black Military
  • Aluminum/Synthetic Band/Positive Face
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What's in the Box?

  • X-Lander wrist-top computer
  • Battery
  • User's manual
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it waterproof?

    I believe it is water resistant up to 30m, but I would recommend looking at the specs. I have discouraged other people from purchasing any watches from Suunto, due to their horrible customer service and failing to stand by their products. I was a loyal customer for more than 10 years, using the Suunto Vector all over the world in various climates and locations. After 10+ years of using the Vector, I decided to buy the X-Lander. The mother board went out of it within two years. When I sent the watch to Suunto, they said they would repair the watch for ~$50 less than I purchased the entire watch. I received no responses to my emails, so have concluded that they are like every other company - just out to make money, never mind the customer. My advice would be to purchase a much less expensive watch that has the same water resistance.

  • Imported?

    Yeah, X-Lander imported from Finland. Place where the company is headquartered and product was first designed. The Suunto Core is made in China though.

  • What is the difference between negative face and positive face?

    Negative has a black background with green numbers, positive is the opposite.

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