The folks at Suunto are highlighting the full range of the company’s dive products this year at DEMA Show, following the launch of the Suunto D5 last year.

The folks at Suunto are highlighting the full range of the company's dive products this year at DEMA Show, following the launch of the Suunto D5 last year.
Suunto’s DEMA 2019 product range

Deeperblue.com spoke to Craig Lees, commercial manager for the Americas:

“The whole dive product range is fantastic but for me the Suunto EON Core is a great dive companion. The device features a compact case, it is very easy to read and has an incredible battery ability for a weekend of diving. The Suunto EON Core is accessible to all divers, new divers can dive it straight out the box or for an advanced diver they can customize the screen and make it as complicated as they want it to be. My favourite way to style the unit is the white colorway with the bungy accessory strap that comes in the box.”

The Suunto EON Core is USB chargeable and has an amazing 10-20 hours of battery life with one charge. It uses the Suunto FUSED RGBM Algorithm which maximises your dive time, can read up to ten Suunto Tank PODs and display the current remaining gas pressure with just a glance at the wrist, which is easy to read on the high-contrast color screen with large numbers and an always-on LED back light.

Suunto's Eon Core
Suunto’s Eon Core at DEMA Show 2019

Download the Suunto App and the fun really starts. With the Suunto App, you can transfer your dive logs easily over Bluetooth to your mobile phone after diving. Re-live your dives, add photos and share your underwater adventures with your friends and dive community. After adding photos to your activities, you can share (or save) them with data overlays.

Add cool elements including dive time, max depth, temperature and more to highlight exactly what you like. You can even add text over the top!

The Suunto App is also compatible with the Suunto D5 and Suunto EON Core.

For more info, check out the Suunto website.

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