Suunto D4F Freedive Computer

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Item Description

Suunto D4F Black Dive Computer

SPECIALIZED FREEDIVE COMPUTER

The Suunto D4f is a light yet robust freedive computer, that makes underwater sports enjoyable.

When diving, the D4f displays your present and maximum depth and calculates dive time and surface intervals for you, allowing you to fully concentrate on exploring the underwater world.

Use the apnea timer to improve your breathing technique. After the dive you can browse the details of your dive from the logbook.

The light-weight case with stainless steel bezel and mineral crystal glass make Suunto D4f not only a trusted tool when exploring the depths, but also looks good wearing day to day.

The Suunto D4f Black comes with a comfortable elastomer strap. The USB cable for uploading your dives to DM5 and Suunto Movescount is sold separately.

Key Features

  • Freediving mode
  • Innovative apnea timer
  • Stop watch
  • Water resistance up to 100 m (328 ft)
  • Easy-to-read matrix display
  • Mineral crystal glass and stainless steel bezel
  • Updateable firmware
  • Detailed graphical logs and dive data with your PC/Mac using Suunto DM5 software (USB cable sold separately)

WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

Suunto D4f Black with black elastomer strap, scratch guards (2 pcs), safety leaflet, quick guide and dive legal leaflet with warranty information, Suunto logo sticker

Download the D4F User Guide here

Suunto D4F Freedive Computer

Suunto D4F Freedive Computer

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  • 5
    Suunto d4f

    Posted by Guy on Jan 29th 2021

    Very happy with this purchase. The watch does everything I need. Customer service was awesome .

  • 4
    Not overly intuitive, but good watch!

    Posted by Unknown on Apr 27th 2018

    Functions very well, but not very intuitive. Have owned several dive watches, and this one requires a lot of hands on time prior to getting proficient with it. Would recommend nonetheless.