3 May 2012

New Hot Pink Suunto D4i and relaunched Suunto DM4

Suunto D4i gets a splash of color with the new Hot Pink edition, and to improve the way users can sync and share their dives and images, Suunto has relaunched the DM4 software as a stand-alone.

The Suunto D4i – the computer of choice for adventure-seeking recreational divers – gets a splash of color with the new Hot Pink edition. It offers all the great features divers expect, including optional wireless air integration and a dedicated freedive mode, but now with an added sense of fun.

“The new color edition is designed to give people more choice when selecting a dive computer to match their style,” says Pia Talja, Product Manager at Suunto.

Suunto makes computers that give divers the information they need to make their experience as enjoyable as possible. With three dive modes and full decompression algorithm, the Suunto D4i gives divers not just the best in functionality, but with six color strap options, the best choice!

New improved Suunto DM4

To improve the way users can sync and share their dives and images, Suunto has relaunched the DM4 software as a stand-alone. It now boasts a number of new features, including a graphical planner for preparing dives and real gas calculation for more accurate gas blending. This takes account of factors such as compressibility and temperature at fill-up, ensuring less tweaking of dive plans, particularly when using trimix.

The free-to-download software can also be used with the online sports diary www.movescount.com to allow dives to be logged alongside other sporting activities. Existing logs from the old Dive Manager can be imported so there is no danger of losing favorite dives! It is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Finnish language versions.


Suunto was founded in 1936 by Tuomas Vohlonen, a Finnish orienteer and inventor of the liquid-filled field compass. Since then Suunto has been at the forefront of design and innovation for dive computers, instruments and sports watches used by adventure seekers all over the globe. From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, Suunto physically and mentally equips outdoor adventurers to conquer new territory.

Suunto's headquarters and manufacturing plant is in Vantaa, Finland. Employing more than 400 people worldwide, Suunto products are sold in over 100 countries. The company is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation along with its sister brands Salomon, Arc'teryx, Atomic, Wilson, Precor, and Mavic.

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