The Suunto Eon Steel Wrist Dive Computer is a strongly built, wrist mounted, full colour screen personal dive computer that is suitable for all levels of diving — recreational, technical and CCR with up to 10 Air, Nitrox and/or Trimix gases. Optically bonded tough glass has no air space between the screen and outer glass for a crystal clear screen and better viewing at any angle.
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The Suunto EON Steel Wrist Dive Computer is the new standard for advanced/technical diving with its support for
Air, Nitrox, Trimix and CCR diving. The long-anticipated Suunto EON dive computer features a brilliantly bright colour display, fully customisable interface, rechargeable battery, extremely rugged construction, and Bluetooth connectivity. The Suunto EON was designed for divers, by divers and will deliver well beyond your expectations.
The Suunto EON Steel's main priority is diver control and usability. It all starts with full user customisation. Suunto claims that this computer will grow with you as your diving and skills evolve. The Suunto EON custom display assures that. You can choose between classic and graphical viewing and define exactly what you want to be displayed all within 4 custom user displays.
The Suunto EON is also setup to receive customisable add-on skins and comes with a wrist strap and bungee option for whatever works best for you. Within your custom-set interface you can cycle between features such as: multi-gas diving (up to 10 gases) with air/nitrox/trimix support, integrated tilt-compensated 3D compass, altitude adjustment, alarms/stops, decompression data, gauge/bottom timer mode, timer, depth alarms, and air integration options.
Suunto updatable software will save you big bucks in the long run. Instead of buying model after model, year after year, you can download and update your EON with new software (such as closed-circuit rebreather). Suunto DM5 software allows you to plan out your dives in advance and then seamlessly transfer your data to your computer.
The easy to use 3-button interface is accessible even with the thickest cold water diving gloves. Additionally, the brilliantly bright Brightsee display that can be read at any angle plus the simple 3-button interface makes this computer incredibly simple and usable at any level of diving for new and advanced users.
The Suunto EON's construction is no less impressive. The housing makes use of extremely rugged reinforced composite with over 50% of that being strong glass fibre. The bezel is constructed with brushed stainless steel that will handle years of abuse. Plus the highly durable and resistant Xensation glass screen will withstand rugged use for years of use.
The EON is guaranteed to 150 metres, will operate in 0°C - +40°C (+32°F - +104°F) water and has been tested and tested again for all types of diving. Additionally, the new rechargeable battery will last 20-40 hours of dive time on a full charge and can be charged when connected to the computer or with a Suunto charger.
The Suunto EON Steel is quite literally the greatest dive computer available today. It is extremely versatile, technologically advanced, user friendly, fully customisable, rugged, and usable by any level of diver in any diving situation. The Suunto EON is an investment that will pay you back again and again with its updatable software and durable construction. Make the switch today to one of the most advanced computers on the market today.
VIDEO Suunto EON Steel Wrist Computer Features
First of its kind fully customisable dive computer
Upgradable firmware computer
Full customisation modes, features, display, physical
Connect to your PC/Mac with supplied USB cable
Connect to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth Steel bezel (grade 316L)
Xensation glass display
Hard composite case (enhanced with extra glass fiber)
Advanced media isolated pressure sensor
Easy to read Brightsee colour display
Option to attach a wrist strap or bungee
3D digital compass Bearing tracking
Heading in degrees
Tilt compensated compass
Diving Interface Full continuous decompression algorithm - Suunto Fusedˆ RGBM
Air / Nitrox / Trimix support
Multi-gas diving (up to 10 gases)
Possible to use as gauge / bottom timer/ timer
Ascent rate monitor/alarm and time display
Deep Stops and safety stops
Audible and visual alarms
Transferable dive planner
Dive time in seconds and minutes
Full decompression data
Log book memory and lifetime history
Profile sampling rates in seconds
Maximum depth alarm and depth display
4 operation modes: Air, CCR, Gauge, Mixed gas
Nitrox: CNS% + OTU calculation (OLF)
Gas switching during dive
Max PO2 adjustment: 0.5 - 1.6
Up to 10 gases, oxygen 5-99%, helium 0-95%
Other: 0°C - +40°C (+32°F - +104°F) operating temperature
150 m / 492 ft guaranteed depth rating
Battery power indicator
Low battery warning
Wireless air integration with up to 10 PODs (with optional Suunto tank POD)
User updateable firmware
Works with DM5 PC/Mac compatible software
Suunto BrightSeeTM Colour Screen
This newest offering features a large rectangular display with crisp, clear and easy to read information. The super bright screen and high colour contrast makes the information easier to read and understand at a glance in poor light or poor visibility. A specially selected combination of display and glass technology minimizes reflections while maximizing viewing angle.
Xensation™ Super Tough Glass Screen
Similar to Gorilla Glass used in zoos the Xensation™ front glass on the EON Steel can put up with a lot of abuse and blunt force impacts. Screen protectors provided protect the glass from scratches.
Suunto EON Steel gives you the freedom to customize nearly every aspect of the interface. Choose either the graphical or classic layout then create your own personalized dive screens showing what you want. Download the free Suunto DM5 Software to easily pick and choose what information is shown and where it is shown on each screen whilst diving.
Future Proof Updates
Will grow with you and follow you in your diving career as your skills evolve. Trimix algorithms out of the box but the EON Steel will have free upgrades in the future, the first of which is a fixed point Closed Circuit Rebreather Mode.
You can now download dive logs wirelessly from your Eon Steel to the Movescount app using Bluetooth. While on a dive boat you can save your dive logs to your mobile device by pairing them with Bluetooth and syncing which will upload your dives to your online Movescount profile.
Suunto Fused™ RGBM Algorithm
Maximises your dive time by combining the Technical RGBM Algorithm from the HELO2 and Dr. Wienke's Deep Dive RGBM which can switch mid-dive to improve your bottom time.
Wireless Air Integrated Tank Pod
A new dedicated wireless air transmitter called the Tank Pod for the EON Steel. Each EON Steel computer is able to connect to 10 different PODs on 10 different gas mixes.
The EON Steel is fitted with a rechargeable battery which means you never have to take this computer back for a battery change or risk disturbing and seals by changing the battery yourself. You can fully charge the EON Steel from empty in four hours for 20-30 hours of diving.
Boot and Bungee Adaptor Kit
Each computer comes with a rubberised boot to protect from bumps and scratches, buckle strap set and bungee strap adapter kit so you can choose between a standard strap or an elasticated bungee strap.
Suunto EON Core and Suunto EON Steel currently support 17 languages: English, Simplified Chinese, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Koran, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Czech and Japanese. Suunto EON Steel Wrist Computer Specifications
Brightsee Xensation screen
Reduced Gradient Bubble Model
Yes to 150m
Yes up to 10
Weight [with packaging]
635 g (1.4 lb)
In The Box:
Suunto EON Steel
Display scratch guard sticker
Bungee adapter and cord
Suunto Eon Steel 1.1 User Guide (PDF)
The International Limited Warranty Period starts at the date of original retail purchase.
The Warranty Period is five (5) years for failures attributable to the depth measurement (pressure) sensor on Suunto Dive Computers.
The Warranty Period is two (2) years for Dive Products and Dive transmitters unless otherwise specified.
The Warranty Period is one (1) year for accessories including but not limited to wireless sensors, chargers, cables, rechargeable batteries, straps, bracelets and hoses.
Note: This item cannot be delivered outside of Australia. What We Think...
The Suunto EON Steel shares its DNA with the Eon Core, but they're different animals. Their LED screens (both rated excellent underwater) are similar, and the three-button operation of the Steel is, like the Core, a model of simplicity and logic, tying the top score for intuitive operation. But the Suunto EON Steel weighs nearly triple the Core because it's actually made of steel, with a beefy stainless bezel, and it has a chunky battery for up to 40 hours of diving between charges.
Depth-rated to 150 metres (492 feet), the Suunto Eon Steel feels robust enough to pound nails in a pinch. At 10 cm (4 in) across, it's a wristful. But for a capable, intuitive computer that can outlast you, it's worth a look.
An easy to view, customisable, full size robust computer for recreational and technical divers
It's a real head turner, easy to read LCD screen, rechargeable battery and very intuitive to use
Now Bluetooth compatible with your smart phone for uploading and sharing dive log data! Has optional air integration, plus user changeable view with closed circuit rebreather and trimix modes
The Suunto EON Steel is also available
bundled with a Tank Pod. Confused about Decompression Algorithms?
There is a lot of talk about the benefits and problems associated with various diving decompression algorithms. In this video Dr. Bruce Wienke, the respected creator of the decompression software used in the Suunto dive computers and many other brands, discusses the key differences between Suunto's Fused RGBM and the open source Buhlmann GF model.
There are people who criticise the Suunto Fused RGBM model saying it forces them to spend extra time in the water compared to a dive computer using the Buhlmann GF model. Not so. You can adjust the conservatism of the Suunto software. Make it more aggressive for less time decompressing, or even more conservative. The choice is yours.
There are people who complain that the Deep Stops feature of the Suunto software holds them up when diving with buddies whose dive computers don't support deep stops. Then turn it off. Deep Stops are an optional setting. You don't have to do them.
In a recent test, a boat load of technical and rebreather divers with dive computers using the Buhlmann GF model were given Suunto Eon Core dive computers to take on their long deco dives. They all said that they wouldn't wait for the Suunto, that they'd dive as their own Buhlmann GF model dive computer told them to. Based on the myths they had heard, some divers said that this would mean that they'd thus be locking the Suunto Eon Core out, and that the Eon Cores wouldn't be able to be used the next day.
Well the settings of each Suunto Eon Core was adjusted to match the aggressiveness or conservatism of the Buhlmann GF settings each diver was using. Dives completed and back on the boat, not one Suunto Eon Core had locked out. Every Suunto Eon Core had closely matched the other dive computer throughout the dive. Myth busted!
We sell dive computers that use the Buhlmann GF model, and ones that use the Suunto Fused RGBM model. Take your pick. Just don't base your pick on the misinformation and myths that are out there about these diving algorithms.