Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) June 01, 2012
The Heart Rate Watch Company is pleased to announce that they have some additional Suunto Ambit GPS watches in stock for a very limited time only.
“This has been the most difficult GPS watch on the planet to find and once these are gone nobody can get any until mid-September 2012,” says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, “We wouldn’t normally do a press release about the arrival of a product but this one is so hard to find that people are calling around everywhere for it.”
The Suunto Ambit was named the top new GPS watch for 2012 by the Heart Rate Watch Company in April of 2012. The manufacturer Suunto significantly underestimated the watches popularity and will not have the capability to stabilize production until the 4th quarter of 2012.
What makes the Suunto Ambit so unique is its ability to last for 50 hours at 1 minute recording intervals so it is a great watch for mountaineers, hikers and adventurers that plan multi-day trips.
The built in barometric altimeter and 3-D compass allow for a level of navigation capabilities that is unmatched by any preceding watch. The watch has exercise and navigation modes that are easy to navigate.
“We tested this watch out extensively with 50k trail runner John Yarrington and he just loved it, in fact he’s got it with him right now in South America,” says Squire. He adds, “What we liked about it was its accuracy, exceptionally durable construction and the ability to change screen color from black to white.”
What has made the Ambit so popular is a long list of outdoor adventures from ultra-runners to skiers to mountaineers that want a product that is built well, accurate and goes the distance required. “I won’t be able to get one until September for myself because we know how much the public wants these at the time being,” says Squire.
“We put a QR Code in this press release so interested parties could scan it and be directed right to the Suunto Ambit webpage with their mobile phones,” says Squire. He adds “It is a new technology we are testing for mobile users that is much like scanning a bar code if you have a free QR app on your Smartphone.”