Jonathan wrote a review of Suunto Quest Heart Rate Monitor on October 10, 2011
Ive been a Suunto user for 8 years, so Ive used a few of their products, my normal watch being the t6. The Quest presented me with a different type of user menu (it shares with the M series of watches but which was new for me). But, I was pleasantly surprised that with the three buttons it was possible to do everything I needed to set it up and start using it within 5 minutes of getting it out of the box. It's intuitive and easy to use. Thumbs up for that!
I like the customized screens to let you see the info you want in the training mode or running or cycling. I like to see speed and distance for cycling, but for running it's heart rate and time that are more important to me so to be able to customize this for multiple sports is nice. To change settings inside the Movescount website is also a nice feature.
When I picked it up it was good to feel how light weight it is but it looks pretty solid. The buttons and build look to be high quality although I am always trying to move the outer dashed part like a ring bezel even though it doesnt move!
I have always liked the Suunto look with a round face that means it looks elegant enough to wear it 24/7 which is what i have always done with my training watch. And the Quest fits with this design ethic as well with its punchy graphic edge and numbers it looks sporty but doesnt shout I am a sports freak when you are out at a café or bar!