Suunto X6HR - End of Watch
In the movie End of Watch, a Suunto X6HR can be spotted, worn by one of the special force police officers. The Suunto X6HR (reference number SS010602130) is an outdoor functionality watch and has a heart rate measurement, altimeter, barometer, and can connect to a PC. The watch is not produced anymore but can still be found sometimes on eBay.
Other watches in the movie End of Watch include Jake Gyllenhaal's Casio G-Shock.
The new version of this watch is called Suunto T6D and offers the same functionality but looks slightly different from the X6HR. It comes in Black (Black Smoke), Yellow (Black Flame) or Red (Black Fusion). The watch is still widely available for around $239.
About the Suunto X6HR
The Suunto X6HR wrist-top computer/timepiece provides you with tools for analyzing and improving your performance in your favorite endurance sport. It combines a heart rate monitor (with a transmitter belt) and an altimeter that comes with the included Suunto transmitter belt. The Suunto X6HR records and stores data for later analysis, and you can view, compare, and analyze your performance with a specially designed PC software. It also features a barometer, digital compass, chronometer, and clinometer (for measuring slope angle). This wrist-top computer also comes in another version--the stainless steel X6HRM.
A combined altimeter and heart rate monitor is a practical tool for all outdoor and endurance sports activities, helping you find the ideal training level or the most suitable hiking pace and understand the impact of altitude and topographic factors on heart rate.
Download heart rate and other workout data with the included USB clip cable.
The chronometer records altitude and heart rate profiles at 2-, 10-, or 60-second intervals and has virtually an unlimited capacity for split/lap times. It also offers an interval timer for circuit training and repetitions.
You can transfer and store the logs you have recorded with your Suunto X6HR to your PC. The logs can be either Hiking logs stored in the Suunto X6HR logbook files, weather logs stored in the weather memory, or Chrono logs stored in the chrono memory. When the data has been transferred, you can organize, view and add related information to it, and create charts with the Suunto Activity Manager software.
The Suunto X6HR comes packed with solutions enabling safe and responsible hiking. You can use the alarm functions to alert you at certain altitudes, help maintain safe climbing speed on the mountains, or indicate an upcoming storm. You will be much better off using the compass and altimeter if caught in bad weather. The compass also guides you back when running in an unknown place or just strolling around in a foreign city.
The Suunto X6HR is water resistant, tested to 100 meters/330 feet according to ISO 2281 standard, which means you can use it for swimming or other water sports activities--but it should not be used for scuba diving or freediving.