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Suunto 9 Peak: ultra-compact for outdoor and triathlon

by Philippe Baudoin © Copyright (published 01/06/2021)
Suunto 9 Peak outdoor and triathlon watch

An elegant, small and more comprehensive watch than the Suunto 9 Baro

New in 2021, the Suunto 9 Peak is an ultra-thin, lightweight and compact high-end sports watch with an elegant, high-quality design. A masterpiece of a sports watch according to Suunto. It has all the features and battery life of the excellent Suunto 9 Baro, with its barometric altimeter and wrist cardio, but in a more compact format and with a pulse oximeter and a few extra features. The watch updates automatically and charges in 1 hour. Ideal for nature outings or demanding sports, including triathlons, it has everything to seduce. Detailed review and opinion.

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Features of the Suunto 9 Peak

Weight
52 g (titanium) or 62 g (steel)
Dimensions
43 x 43 x 10.6 mm
Display
Colour, touchscreen, 240 x 240 px
Autonomy
25 hrs in GPS mode, up to 170 hrs in eco mode, 7 days in watch mode with 24-hour tracking
GPS
GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS, Beidu
True multi-sport (triathlon, etc.)
Yes
Recommended activities
Outdoor, adventure, exploration, triathlon, trail, running, cycling, skiing. 80 profiles available.
Connectivity
iPhone, Android, PC. Bluetooth Smart wireless data transfer
Radio frequency meter
Yes, optical on wrist and/or belt
Topographical maps
-
Music player
-
Payment system
-
Telephony / 4G
-
Barometric altimeter
Yes
Barometer
Yes
Compass
Yes, digital
Thermometer
Yes
Weather
Yes
Waterproof
100 m
Other
GPS trace, GPS navigation with route tracking and guidance, VO2max, stress, fitness level, recovery, 1 hr charging, wireless update, snap route
Other models
Suunto 9 Baro (running, trail and triathlon)
Suunto 5 (running, swimming, cycling, triathlon)
Suunto 9 Peak: a neat, quality design for this ultra-thin, light and comfortable high-end watch. It features the same functions as the Suunto 9 Baro with an added oximeter and new functions.

Suunto 9 Peak in brief: a masterpiece of a sports watch

The functions and autonomy of the Suunto 9 Baro in a sleek and compact watch design

The Suunto 9 Peak offers a sleek design and a compact size.

Suunto is renowned for the quality and reliability of its watches. Each model is made of high quality materials and tested under extreme conditions. Suunto watches are built to last. The Suunto 9 and Suunto 9 Baro, released in 2019, were a big hit thanks to record-breaking battery life, a smart battery manager and an ingenious GPS track correction system (FusedTrack) that allows you to space out GPS recordings without affecting measurement accuracy too much. Although they offer a comfortable screen, these models suffer from a slightly too sporty look and an imposing size not suitable for small wrists and 24-hour wear. Suunto will be offering lighter models in titanium in 2020.

The Suunto 9 Peak is a game changer. Suunto offers a high-end watch with the same features as the Suunto 9 Baro but with a sleek design and compact size. The watch is stylish, small and thin, durable and comfortable to wear on the wrist, both during sport and in everyday life. According to the Finnish leader, it is the thinnest, most compact and most robust watch it has ever designed. It is 37% thinner than the Suunto 9 Baro (10.6 mm versus 16.8 mm) and weighs only 52 g in titanium version. Its small size (43 mm in diameter, barely larger than a Fenix 6S makes it suitable for slim wrists (women will appreciate this) and its shape hugs the wrist for optimum comfort. It is so thin that it does not cling to clothing or a backpack. This is not only important for sports, but also for daily use around the clock!

A durable model designed with quality materials

This new model is designed to be high-end, reliable and made with high quality materials (sapphire crystal, titanium or brushed stainless steel) to last. The watch is even repairable! Suunto offers the watch in 4 colours inspired by nature to match your outfit. The strap has been redesigned to be more practical: a metal pin allows the end of the strap to be fixed for a perfect fit.

A pulse oximeter, automatic backlighting and wireless watch update

Optical monitor
The Peak is equipped with a new optical heart rate monitor and oximeter

Technically, the Suunto 9 Peak has the same features as the Suunto 9 Baro, but with a smaller screen (1.2" instead of 1.4", i.e. 5 mm smaller in diameter) and a resolution of 240 x 240 pixels instead of 320 x 300. The screen is touch-sensitive and in colour. The watch has a new, more accurate heart rate monitor, a barometric altimeter, a thermometer and, for the first time, a pulse oximeter. The latter evaluates the blood oxygen level to deduce acclimatisation to altitude and also to refine the sleep analysis. The watch is waterproof to 100m. This new model also has a backlight that can be adjusted according to the brightness and an automatic wireless update of its software (no need for a PC).

25 to 170 hours of autonomy and full recharge in only 1 hour

Battery manager display
Peak's battery life reaches 25 hrs in GPS mode and up to 170 hrs in Tour mode

This model offers the same battery life as the Suunto Baro (25 hours in GPS mode and up to 170 hours in power-saving mode) and has the advantage of being able to be recharged in just 1 hour (compared to 4 hours for the Suunto 9 Baro).

New features including access to heat maps for 60 activities

In terms of sports functions, the Suunto 9 (read our detailed review) offers the same features as the Suunto 9, such as VO2max estimation, recovery evaluation, training programming including split training, and the use of oximeter data to evaluate acclimatisation to altitude. This model also benefits from new functions that will be integrated later in the Suunto 9, such as the ghost runner, which allows you to measure yourself or another runner.

The watch offers advanced GPS navigation with GPS track display, route tracking, turn-by-turn guidance and elevation data (rate of climb, elevation gain, etc.). ABC sensors provide orientation and the weather functions display multi-day forecasts, alert the user to the risk of thunderstorms and display sunrise and sunset times. The new model provides access to Suunto user-specific maps (heat maps) and popular starting points for over 60 sports. Suunto is adding a new feature, Snap to route, which allows the GPS track to be pasted to the route being taken to give better accuracy of the data that depends on it (pace, distance, etc.).

The watch also offers the new SuuntoPlus features that were added to the Suunto 9 at the end of 2020 (weather information, climb statistics, data summaries for loop rides, sprint data, azimuth navigation, access to popular routes, etc.). It offers smartphone notifications (calls, emails, SMS) and is compatible with the main applications (Strava, TrainingPeaks, etc.)

Who is the Suunto 9 Peak for?

The Suunto 9 Peak is suitable for all sports, especially outdoor
Trailer wearing a Suunto 9 Peak

The Suunto 9 Peak is a multi-sport watch designed to be worn 24 hours a day, in addition to sport and competition. It is perfect for outdoor, adventure and extreme sports, but is also ideal for all endurance sports, hiking, trail running, trekking, skiing, climbing and mountaineering. Compared to the Suunto 9, it has the advantage of being lighter and thinner, and therefore more comfortable, especially for triathlon, swimming, climbing and hiking, where it must be discreet and not impede movement. Ideal for sporty women with thin wrists, it is also more attractive for everyday use in the city or at work.

 

Suunto 9 Baro and Suunto 9 Peak compared: differences and new features

The new Suunto 9 Peak has almost all the features of the Suunto 9 Baro. It has an additional pulse oximeter and a few more functions as well as new components.

The main differences between Suunto 9 Baro and Suunto 9 Peak are summarised below:

  • An improved look and compact size: A much more elegant and compact design. The watch is smaller (43mm diameter compared to 50mm), significantly thinner (10.6mm compared to 16.8mm) and lighter (36% less weight).
  • The bezel in metal part instead of reinforced polyamide only
  • An improved wristband with a metal lug for a more convenient closure
  • A pulse oximeter for assessment of blood oxygen levels and altitude acclimatisation
  • A new optical heart rate sensor on the wrist
  • A smaller screen, 240 x 240 px (compared to 320 x 300 for the Suunto 9 Baro)
  • An automatic backlight adjustable according to the brightness. The watch also lights up when you turn your wrist.
  • Wireless software update: no need to connect the watch to a PC, it updates automatically wirelessly via Bluetooth
  • Recharging in 1 h instead of 4 h and a more convenient charging system
  • Improved sleep analysis with blood oxygen analysis and deep sleep phase detection
  • New features that will also benefit the Suunto 9: ghost runner, access to heat maps for 60 activities.
  • A new Snap to route function allowing a "perfect" GPS track to be displayed and thus more accurate statistics (speed, distance, etc.).

Detailed review of the Suunto 9 Peak

Design and technical characteristics

The biggest change to the new model is the completely redesigned, compact, lightweight and very elegant design. As Suunto explains, the Suunto 9 Peak is the thinnest, most compact and robust watch ever made.

wrist watch

The first thing that strikes you is the new look, with its sleek and elegant design. The bezel, the buttons and the all-metal case make it look good. The shape of the case has also been studied to fit the wrist and improve comfort. This is a watch that you will love to wear every day. Especially since it is compact and ultra-thin, unlike the bulky, all-plastic Suunto 9. Suunto wanted to offer a watch that is comfortable to wear in everyday life, but that is also as discreet as possible during sport. The slim case should be less of a hindrance to movement and less likely to cling to a backpack or jacket sleeve.

The Peak has a relatively small case size of 43mm, which is only slightly larger than the Fenix 6S (the smaller Fenix model) or the Forerunner 245 (42mm). It is suitable for slim wrists. That's one of the reasons we added it to our comparison of the best sports watches for women. Its colour touchscreen offers a 240 x 240 pixel resolution (compared to 320 x 300 for the Suunto 9), which is the equivalent of a Forerunner or Fenix 6S.

Front view of the Suunto 9 Peak
At 10.6 mm thick, this model is one of the thinnest sports watches!

In terms of thinness, it is only 10.6 mm thick, a gain of 37% compared to the Suunto 9 Baro. This is far from the thickness of competing watches: 13 to 14 mm for the Garmin Fenix 6S, the Garmin Forerunner 945, the Polar Vantage V2, the Polar Grit X or even 15.6 mm for the Coros Vertix! Even the thinnest of Garmin sports watches, the Forerunner 45, is thicker (11.4 mm)!

The weight of the watch has also been significantly reduced, despite the presence of metal: only 52 g for the titanium version and 62 g for the stainless steel version (compared to 72 g and 81 g respectively for the Suunto 9 Baro, titanium and steel versions). This is better than the Fenix 6S (58g) and only slightly worse than the all-plastic Forerunner 945 (50g).

The Peak is made of robust, high-quality materials: scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, stainless steel or grade 5 titanium. Every component can be removed from the watch and replaced in case of failure. Bravo Suunto for the impeccable design of this watch!

This new model has an automatic backlight. No need to press a button to turn the screen back on. A simple movement of the wrist is enough. In addition, the brightness is adjusted according to the ambient light.

Finally, the watch, offered in 2 different styles and 4 colours inspired by nature, features a new bracelet equipped with a pin for an efficient and practical closure of the strap.

Sensors: an additional pulse oximeter and a new cardio

SpO2 display

In terms of sensors, the Peak is equipped with a new wrist heart rate monitor that includes the famous pulse oximeter used to measure oxygen levels in the blood (SpO2). This is used to assess acclimatisation to altitude, an interesting detail for fans of mountaineering, climbing or even trail riding or hiking. The measurement is also used to refine sleep monitoring.

All of the Suunto 9 Baro's sensors are also included, including the barometric altimeter with automatic or manual calibration.

Autonomy: high precision thanks to FusedTrack™

Despite its compact size, Suunto Peak offers the same battery life as the Suunto 9 Baro (a record time at the time of its release in 2019), 25 hours in GPS mode and up to 170 hours in battery saving mode. It also benefits from ultra-fast charging. It takes only one hour to fully recharge, which is four times less than the Suunto 9 Baro! This is a really nice feature, especially when you forget to charge your watch before an outing. Just plug it in before you leave or leave it to charge while you drive to your starting point. It can be charged by simply placing it on a stand with two metal pins in contact with the case.

GPS track versus real track
Illustration: inaccurate track (yellow) is corrected (pink) by FusedTrack by combining GPS data with other sensors of the watch

The Suunto 9's long battery life was the main attraction of the model when it was released in 2019. Suunto proposed 25 hours in GPS mode (recording every second) extendable to 50 hours without impacting too much on the reliability of the data thanks to FusedTrack& trade; and an intelligent battery manager.

FusedTrack is an algorithm that combines GPS data with that of the watch's other sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, compass) in order to extrapolate the GPS track and therefore the distance actually travelled. This makes it possible to space out GPS recordings to save battery life (GPS being one of the main power-hungry components) without impacting too much on the reliability of the data. FusedTrack is also of interest in areas where the GPS signal is weak: the route can be extrapolated when the GPS is no longer passing.

The Intelligent Battery Manager displays the estimated remaining battery time and allows switching between battery modes on the fly to extend the battery life as required. In order not to overly impact the recording frequency, each mode is programmed to disable certain sensors and/or functions to minimise power consumption (see diagram below).

Battery modes
Battery modes - Click to enlarge

The watch offers 4 battery modes, each using a different recording frequency and disabling certain functions and sensors to extend battery life:

  • Performance mode: 1 reading per second, 25 hrs battery life
  • Endurance mode: 1 reading every minute, 50 hrs autonomy
  • Ultra mode: 1 reading every 2 minutes and cardio sensor deactivated, 120 hrs autonomy.
  • Tour mode: 1 reading every hour and cardio sensor deactivated, 170 hrs autonomy.

It is also possible to define custom modes.

Features

The watch inherits all the functions of the Suunto 9, a full description of which can be found in our detailed review of the Suunto 9.

Graph of available reosurces

Very briefly, it offers more than 80 sports profiles, including triathlon (it's a true multi-sport) with tools and physiological measures for training (workout scheduling, splits, VO2max, recovery information, stress levels and more). It also offers SuuntoPlus, a set of practical tools useful for certain sports, gathered in a single menu, a kind of toolbox.

Its outdoor functions are very rich: it has everything you need to find your way around with complete tools (compass, thermometer, barometer, altimeter), advanced GPS navigation (see below), weather functions, complete information on climbs (altitude, difference in altitude, climbing speed).

It also tracks daily activity, including an even more comprehensive sleep analysis on this new model.

Waterproof to 100m, it can be used for swimming and snorkelling in shallow water.

Among the new features of the Suunto 9 Peak is a new screen that displays statistics on the workouts completed during the week.

SuuntoPlus (see our review of the Suunto 9) has also been enhanced with a new tool, Ghost Runner, which allows you to run against a virtual partner. It's a bit like Garmin's Virtual Racer. The idea is to improve your running pace or simply to motivate yourself while having fun. The Suunto 9 will soon benefit from this new feature.

Thanks to its oximeter, the watch can now evaluate acclimatisation to altitude. It will therefore be possible to know how the body reacts according to the climbs, but also to adapt its rhythm so as not to put itself in danger during high-altitude outings (mountaineering or climbing for example).

Read about the basic features of the Suunto 9 Baro and Suunto 9 Peak in our Suunto 9 detailed review.

GPS navigation

Suunto watches offer comprehensive tools for navigating or finding your way if you get lost. The Suunto 9 Peak, in addition to displaying the GPS track on its screen (Petit Poucet track), benefits from advanced GPS navigation allowing you to retrace your steps by following the track in the opposite direction, to return to the starting point as the crow flies, and to navigate to previously recorded points of interest.

It is also possible to follow a route previously loaded in the watch (a route already completed or a new route created and loaded on the watch). The Peak offers turn-by-turn guidance instructions (like Garmin), indicating when to turn. The GPS track alone is not precise enough to know exactly when to change direction, unless you are following a well-marked path.

The Suunto application allows you to create a route or choose a route from the many routes already frequented by the Suunto community and drawn on so-called heat maps or specific frequentation maps. Suunto offers these maps for some 60 sports activities, including running, cycling and hiking. So you can go on holiday and find a route even if you don't know the area. Starting points are also available. All you have to do is load the route, go there and follow the track.

A new "Snap to route" function for ultra accurate distance and pace data

Suunto has introduced a new feature, Snap to route, which aims to provide more reliable speed and pace measurements, especially in areas where the GPS signal is poor. This feature only works when following a programmed route.

The principle is simple. The pace (or speed) and distance measured can vary greatly depending on the accuracy of the GPS track recorded. If the GPS signal is weak, in the city or in the forest for example, some measurements may be missing (the watch records fewer points than expected). The differences between the calculated values and the real values can then be enormous (like a peak at 60 km/h during a hike!). This is a pity, as the watch knows the precise data of the route in advance (provided you follow it well!).

The idea is therefore to consider the recorded route rather than the terrain data, and thus obtain accurate distance and pace data. The watch will then try to "snap" or "map" the measured track to the one recorded in the watch.

In reality, it is not so simple. If the athlete leaves the track, for example to get something to eat, to reach a viewpoint or to change the route a little, this must be taken into account! Suunto has therefore developed an algorithm that takes track departures into account. As long as the user remains within a band of about 100 metres around the programmed circuit, the watch considers that he or she is following the programmed track exactly (mini deviations are therefore ignored). But as soon as it crosses this 100 m zone, the Peak stops sticking to the recorded track and considers the real GPS data. It is necessary to enter again in the track, in a band of 20 meters this time, so that the watch considers that the initial course was reintegrated.

Overall, the measurements are quite reliable. On the other hand, small deviations in the route (100 metre limit) are missed.

The GPS navigation tools are complete: display of the track, route tracking with turn-by-turn guidance, return to the start in particular

Connected functions

Like most competitive watches, the Suunto 9 Peak allows you to receive smartphone notifications and view your incoming calls and messages (social networks, SMS) directly on the watch. You can share your essential data (distance, calories, speed, etc.) with other members of the community. The application allows you to connect to the main sports platforms such as TrainingPeaks, Strava, Endomondo or Relive.

Our opinion on the Suunto 9 Peak

Suunto is a brand known for the quality and reliability of its watches. You can't go wrong buying a Suunto. It is then above all a question of the functionalities sought, the autonomy and the look.

quality watch on the wrist

The Suunto 9's long battery life and accurate GPS readings have made it a success. But until now, Suunto didn't seem to care about the sporty look, bulky size and somewhat heavy weight of its watches. But with the widespread use of activity tracking and the efforts of competitors to offer increasingly compact and comfortable watches, Suunto had to review its copy. The new Suunto 9 Peak, the first "small" watch from the Finnish market leader, does just that. It should attract the attention of people with small wrists, including women, and of all those who are looking for a stylish and comfortable watch that can be worn on a daily basis in addition to sport.

Suunto is advertising this new model as a complement to the Suunto 9. You choose one or the other of the two watches according to size: Suunto 9 if you are looking for a large, easy-to-read screen, Suunto 9 Peak if you are looking for a small watch.

The Suunto 9 Peak inherits the quality of the Suunto 9 with an even stronger metal case, replaceable parts in case of failure (the watch is repairable). The model has been designed to last. The demanding conditions under which the tests were carried out are a guarantee of the quality of the product.

The new model appealed to us because of its size and elegant design without compromising on battery life (it remains the same as the Suunto 9 Baro) and sensors. The Suunto 9 Peak is simply a more complete, better looking, more comfortable to wear, smaller and better equipped Suunto 9 Baro. It's more complete than its big sister with an extra pulse oximeter and a new optical sensor (we'll have to see if it's more accurate than the older generation). The 4 times faster battery charge, wireless software update and automatic backlighting are also nice features.

Suunto 9 Baro or Suunto 9 Peak: which one to choose?

Suunto 9 Peak and Suunto 9 Baro
The two Suunto 9 models side by side. On the left, the new Suunto 9 Peak. On the right, the Suunto 9 Baro.

The Suunto 9 Peak does not compete with the Suunto 9 Baro. Sportsmen and women for whom the size of the display is an important criterion of choice will choose the Suunto 9 Baro for its comfortable display. The more sporty look of the watch is also not a concern if you only wear it for sport. Its lower price than the new model is also a consideration. On the other hand, for people with thin wrists, the watch can hinder movement and more easily get caught on the sleeve of a jacket or backpack.

The Suunto 9 Peak should be chosen if you have small or medium wrists or for the elegant look, especially if you want to wear the watch every day and sleep with it. It will be less restrictive to movement and less noticeable on the wrist. Unlike the Suunto 9, which is a bit of a behemoth, this one has a nicer look. The new features (fast charging, automatic backlighting, wireless update) make it more practical than the other model. For fans of mountains, mountaineering and climbing, the new altitude acclimatisation function is a plus.

  Suunto 9 BaroSuunto 9 Peak
Benefits
  • Large screen and comfortable display
  • More suitable for wide wrists
  • Less expensive
  • Compact, thin and light
  • More suitable for thin wrists
  • More suitable for everyday use
  • Does not snag on clothing, more suitable for sports and competition
  • More stylish
  • Extra pulse oximeter and related functions
  • 4 times faster charging
Choose between the Suunto 9 Baro and Suunto 9 Peak

Verdict

The Suunto 9 Peak is a very attractive watch for its features and design. It inherits the strengths that made the Suunto 9 Baro so successful (robustness, reliability, long battery life, advanced navigation functions) and benefits from a new sensor, new functions and above all a completely revised design, compact, thin and beautiful. All it needs is a few more sports functions and physiological measurements and a few more smart functions to be perfect. In our detailed review of the Suunto 9, we praised the model's strengths, but pointed out the disadvantage of its large size, which is unsuitable for small wrists and everyday use. The Suunto 9 Peak changes all that. It is suitable for all sports, including ultra-long distance, competition and professional sports, and can also be worn on a daily basis. We recommend it!

We liked
  • The new elegant design
  • The size, slimness and comfort of the case
  • The quality of the watch and its reliability
  • The autonomy (25 h to 170 h) and the accuracy of GPS measurements
  • The addition of the pulse oximeter and the estimation of altitude acclimatization
  • Fast charging in 1 hour
  • Automatic backlighting
  • The wireless update of the watch
We liked less
  • The price is a bit high
  • Sports functions that could be further supported
  • Intelligent features always in the background
  • The lack of an mp3 player

Price and availability

The Suunto 9 Peak is available in two styles and four colours inspired by nature: Granite Blue Titanium and BirchWhite Titanium in sapphire crystal and grade 5 titanium, All Black and Moss Gray in sapphire crystal and stainless steel.

It is available for pre-order on the Suunto website and in specialist shops. Take advantage of discount coupons with our partners.

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