The Suunto Kailash GPS Watch Tracks Which Countries You Visit
Having released the Traverse GPS watch geared for outdoor adventurers earlier this month, Finnish watchmaker Suunto introduces the Kailash watch as part of its World Collection for the avid world traveller. Named after the holy Mount Kailash in Tibet, the wristwatch features an integrated GPS allowing for automatic global time and location updates, alongside an adventure logbook function that tracks how many countries or cities visited, distance travelled, and a homing function that guides you back to a specified starting point in a new city. You can also receive notifications pushed from an accompanying iOS app, or view your current altitude, daily step count, and sunrise/sunset times. Sporting weatherproof composite casing, space grade titanium bezel, sapphire crystal glass, and a durable silicone strap, the Suunto Kailash comes in four colorways and will become available at select vendors for €900 EUR (approximately $1,020 USD).