Suunto 7 Black Titanium

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Key specs

Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement
Integrated GPS receiver
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our smartwatch expert
  • The watch displays heart rate zones during your workout, so you can focus on improving your indurance, for example.
  • You can leave your phone at home when you go for a run, as you can listen to your favorite playlists with your watch.
  • You can look for challenging routes on the internet and put them on your watch for navigation.
  • With a diameter of 50mm, the watch case is relativley large.
  • The battery runs out fairly quickly, but you can add to the battery life by turning on the energy-saving GPS mode.
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Description

With the Suunto 7 Black Titanium, you combine measuring your sports performances with a stylish look. The titanium watch case has a luxurious appearance. In addition, the watch has the same smartwatch and sports functions as the other Suunto 7 models. It measures your workouts, routes, and steps. You also receive notifications from your smartphone and can add apps like Google Maps to get even more out of the watch. You can easily read those notifications on the big screen, which makes the watch rather large. Feel free to leave your smartphone at home when you go for a run. Thanks to Google Play Music, you can listen to music on the watch. The 48-hour battery life is on the low side. You can fix this by turning on the energy saving GPS mode, for example.

Note: an adapter isn't included. Do you want to charge the watch via the socket? Use the adapter of your phone charger or order one separately.

With the Suunto 7 Black Titanium, you combine measuring your sports performances with a stylish look. The titanium watch case has a luxurious appearance. In addition, the watch has the same smartwatch and sports functions as the other Suunto 7 models. It measures your workouts, routes, and steps. You also receive notifications from your smartphone and can add apps like Google Maps to get even more out of the watch. You can easily read those notifications on the big screen, which makes the watch rather large. Feel free to leave your smartphone at home when you go for a run. Thanks to Google Play Music, you can listen to music on the watch. The 48-hour battery life is on the low side. You can fix this by turning on the energy saving GPS mode, for example.

Note: an adapter isn't included. Do you want to charge the watch via the socket? Use the adapter of your phone charger or order one separately.


Included by default

  • Manual (7.46 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap (wrist circumference 13 - 22cm)

Included by default

  • Manual (7.46 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap (wrist circumference 13 - 22cm)

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Key specs

Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
No
Type of heart rate measurement
Optical heart rate measurement
Integrated GPS receiver
Yes


Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • Our expert review
    I think it's literally and figuratively a thick smartwatch

    Lieze. Horlogespecialist. | 5 March 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • First real sports watch and smartwatch in one.
    • Can also be operated with buttons during sports.
    • Good GPS that is also accurate in city.
    • Large screen easy to read.
    • Charge every day and a half.
    • Heart rate measurement is disappointing.
    • Does not work with my Xiaomi 9 SE smartphone.

    As the title indicates, I think the Suunto 7 is a thick smartwatch, literally and figuratively. Figuratively, because it is the first sports watch with Wear OS. So I also use it as a real smartwatch. I respond quickly to messages (typing and swiping) and download apps from the Play Store. Calling via the watch is just not possible. The tape smelled like glue or some other chemical at first, but this went away after a few days.

    Big format:
    Then the literal part: I think the watch is very big and thick. It doesn't look like this on my woman's wrist. The watch case is bigger than my wrist. Now I have a small wrist of 15 centimeters in circumference, but I also think the Suunto 7 is big on the wrists of my male colleagues. My advice? Buy a pass from a wrist circumference of 18 centimeters.

    Very good GPS:
    I live in the city so I think it's important that the GPS of a sports watch works well in the so-called 'urban jungle'. This is where the Suunto 7 really surprised me. In the city center of Rotterdam and during my work-out in Bergen aan Zee, it registered exactly where I went off the roads/paths. Afterwards, I could view my route on a heatmap, satellite, or landscape map.

    Moderate battery life for sports watch:
    What disappoints me is the battery life. Especially when I compare it with other sports watches. Of course this watch has Wear OS and a nice screen so maybe I should have known better... In smartwatch mode with the screen always on, I have to charge the watch every day and a half. In GPS mode with music on, the Suunto was empty after 7 hours.

    Disappointing heart rate measurement:
    I expected more from the heart rate measurement. Compared to a chest strap, it measures a lower heart rate throughout the workout. Also, the Suunto sometimes completely lost my heart rate. Fortunately, you can connect a heart rate belt for an accurate heart rate measurement.

    Fat heatmaps during sports:
    The heatmaps are great for during exercise. I saw the popular cycling and running routes near me. The darker the place, the more people exercise there. The heatmap also changed constantly. I also think it's smart that I can also operate the watch with the buttons.

    Sharp and colorful screen:
    "Every disadvantage has its advantage". Then I'm talking about the screen. Yes, I think it's too big (that thick black border around the screen too), but it's easy to read. I also notice that the quality of the screen is much better than its predecessors, the suunto 3 and 9. I find it bright and colorful and I read it easily in sunlight.

    Not compatible with Xiaomi:
    While my overall impression is positive, my first impression was bad. I was unable to connect the Suunto 7 to my Xiaomi 9 SE smartphone. With all the frustration that entails. Now I work for a company that also sells phones, so I pulled the Huawei P30 Pro out of the closet. Fortunately, this worked. So I don't recommend the Suunto 7 with a Xiaomi!

    Lieze. Horlogespecialist. | 5 March 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Insanely tough clock, brought back anyway.

    Pieter | 12 February 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • cool design
    • Seems very sturdy, scratch free screen
    • Lots of sports support (70 sports)
    • interface
    • OS eats battery
    • link ios phone

    The device is for the avid athlete who also wants the smart features for business use, for example. If you really only want a tracker for sports, choose another watch.

    Bought this watch last week as probably one of the first in NL to be able to take it directly for winter sports. First impression: Really a very nice sturdy sturdy clock. Insanely beautiful screen. Also the Suunto app with all the sports it supports are super cool. Too bad I had to return the device. Still bummed about it.

    Once on winter sports, I did not get the watch properly charged. It stuck at 93%, and often didn't indicate that it was charging at all. I don't know what it was, because in NL the charging was working again. Couldn't turn on the device for at least a day, it didn't respond to anything. Finally able to use the watch for 2 days. If it works, it works well. I noticed that the Suunto consumes relatively little energy in a sport mode. The watch then uses a different processor and saving features of the main processor. Seems to work really well. In normal daily use, the device consumes quite a bit of energy. 2 days of use without exercise seems really the max before you can start charging again.

    I also have a very bad experience with the connectivity with iOS. At first I did not notice that I no longer received notifications on the device. After exercise I noticed that the connection between the phone and the Suunto is pretty crap. Syncing almost didn't work. Have to reset both the Bluetooth connection and the Wear OS app and the Suunto at least three times. Then it worked for half an hour and then the watch lost connectivity again. I think this was more due to the installation of my (business) phone than to the Suunto, but I don't think it's possible that it just doesn't work at all. So pay close attention to what you want to sync the watch with and whether some sort of business security shell is installed such as Mobile Iron or Active Sync or the like). I have plenty of other bluetooth equipment that I connect automatically every now and then. The fact that it didn't work with Suunto is the main reason for me to return the Suunto. I wouldn't be surprised if I buy it again in the future when this problem is solved, because it really is an insanely cool clock.

    If you have an Andoird device, then it is definitely recommended. If you have an iOS device, check if it may not be able to maintain connectivity to IoS properly.

    Pieter | 12 February 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 3 / 5 stars
    5,7/10
    the product is sufficient but I expect more from Suunto

    H.C. Kok | 25 April 2020 | In the version: Copper - Gray watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • good build quality
    • user friendly
    • better charging cable than previous models
    • GPS is accurate and "fixes" quickly
    • with some GPS activity barely enough battery capacity for 1 day.
    • no accurate heart rate reading
    • no external sensors to use unless an external app is used which drains the mediocre battery even faster.

    The link to the Android platform works excellent of course, but the battery is very poor

    H.C. Kok | 25 April 2020 | In the version: Copper - Gray watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,7/10
    Great for the all-round athlete who wants more with his cloc
    • Beautifully clear and easy to read screen
    • Many options and different sports modes
    • Comprehensive route planner and plotter
    • Plenty of options for personalization
    • Waterproof and dustproof + scratch resistance screen

    A huge improvement in all respects compared to previous Garmin sports watch. Better and more accurate GPS and heart rate.

    Jeff de Korte | 24 September 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 2.5 / 5 stars
    5,3/10
    setback
    • Design and weight
    • GPS works fine
    • Big screen but fine for man
    • Works well with Google
    • Battery empty much faster than stated
    • No sleep function
    • Walking route almost impossible to read
    • Heart rate measurement not working
    • Price vs options

    Because of the huge list of possibilities and the reviews here in coolblue, I thought I had found the watch that had everything I was looking for, not so I recommend Coolblue to shorten this list considerably. Charged at 22:00 in the evening and went to sleep with a full battery, there is no function for sleep, so you may have thought automatically, not so, heart rate measurement does not work either, battery after the night (5 hours sleep at 68%. Walk and turned on the map, battery empty after 1 hour and 15 minutes Charged again which goes fairly quickly and turned on the card again now with full battery, empty again after 2 hours Can be battery but without card use it is slow than charging 1x a day but with card use is it happened in 2 hours In general, a big setback, for the android apps you actually use your phone for that you also take with you.

    Henk Roukama | 22 April 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 3.5 / 5 stars
    6,7/10
    Beautiful but not enough
    • Beautiful design
    • wearing comfort
    • Possibilities
    • Battery
    • wear os
    • No sync with suunto app
    • Not accurate heart rate reading

    I don't like it because, the battery is already empty when you look at it. And the fact Wear os is a real battery eater.

    Remco Luijken | 20 June 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,3/10
    Top hybrid combination Smartwatch/Sports watch
    • nice design
    • Wear OS 2 works fine now!
    • sports registration
    • charge every day

    Finally the watch I was looking for!
    I was looking for a versatile smartwatch with versatile sports functions and it should also look good.
    Design wise it's personal taste but I think it looks good. Personalization is possible by choosing other watch faces from Suunto or via WearOS. You can also change the shortcuts on your watch face.

    In terms of smartwatch functionality, it is versatile and complete: Gmail, Whatsapp, weather app, Spotify, Shazam, Bank app, Sleep Track... all work fine!
    In terms of sports watch, it is more than enough for me: huge range of sports to choose from, GPS tracking, heart rate and calorie monitor, Strava compatible. During (and after exercise) you can see the heart rate zones, pace history and performance per lap (can be set yourself).

    The only drawbacks I can think of is that it is best to charge it daily (if you use it intensively).
    It will also weigh a little more than a lightweight sports watch.

    Jan D'haese | 10 February 2020 | In the version: Black - Black watch strap | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,3/10
    Everyday smartwatch for people who exercise occasionally.
    • smart sports watch