D6i is a bit of all-white

Suunto introduces a dash of colour to computer range

Author: Pat
20th June 2012
 

The era of military-black dive kit appears to be well and truly over, as the new Suunto D6i White demonstrates.

The Finnish instrument company has been gradually introducing us to brighter colour schemes. Just a few weeks ago, the D4i Pink hit the shelves, for example.

fuses hi-tech with a classic diver’s watch

But now it’s the turn of the D6i to be given the visual treatment.

Joining the D6i Black and D6i Steel, the White has a bright new wristband. On the inside, it remains the same.

The D6i fuses hi-tech with the appeal of a classic diver’s watch. It’s no mere timepiece though, packing a tilt-compensated 3D compass, graphical logs and optional air integration.

It’s a popular choice for mid-range recreational divers who need gas switching when using Nitrox.

You can pick up a Suunto D6i White from all the usual outlets now, priced around £650.

 
 
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