Suunto EON Steel review

The fully customizable full-color LCD display, combined with a solid housing, rechargeable battery, multi-tank pressure readings and updateable software make the Suunto EON Steel a dive computer that you can use for a long time without outgrowing it.

- customizable display
- full-color LCD screen
- updatable software
- rechargeable battery

- quite heavy
- not all alarms customizable
- too technical for beginners - Suunto EON Steel reviewWith the EON Steel dive computer Suunto has set a new standard for advanced scuba diving. The EON Steel has a fantastic full-color LCD display, an intuitive interface that can be fully customized, a rechargeable battery and a very solid construction. Furthermore, it has updatable software so your Suunto dive computer is always up to date with the latest features. 

The EON Steel not only looks the part but also offers the highest quality. The bezel is made from brushed stainless steel and the housing uses reinforced composite. Definitely capable of surviving even the roughest handling. The Xensation glass is highly durable and tested in the roughest conditions. The rechargeable battery minimizes the chance of leaks due to battery changes. Fully charged, the EON Steel will guarantee 20-40 hours of dive time. It charges automatically when connected to a computer, but you can also use the Suunto Charger.

Customize your EON Steel’s display

The Suunto website reads ‘The Suunto EON Steel will grow with you as your diving and skills evolve.’ The Suunto CustomDisplay lets you tailor this amazing dive computer to your needs. You can customize up to 4 displays and prioritize the information you want to see. This state-of-the-art dive computer lets you choose between a classic, text based interface or a graphical view. Underwater it’s easy to browse though the screens and access in depth information about your dive and circumstances.

Suunto Fused RGBM

Suunto dive computers are known to be conservative. While it’s by no means a bad thing to dive well within your limits, advanced divers usually prefer a slightly less conservative algorithm. The new Suunto Fused RGBM algorithm combines the Suunto Technical RGBM and the latest full RGBM to maximize bottom time and minimize ascent time. It supports dives down to 492 ft (150m).

Impressive set of features and full-color display

Use the custom interface to access EON Steels impressive set of features, such as multi-gas diving, the digital tilt-compensated 3D compass, display contrast, temperature display, decompression data, customizable alarms, optional deepstop settings, altitude adjustment and air integration. Even with the thickest dive gloves you can easily use the intuitive 3-button interface. The innovative wide-angle BrightSee full-color display offers unrivaled clarity and ensures visibility in all conditions.

Multi-tank pressure readings and multi-gas diving

The Suunto EON Steel is equipped to support air, nitrox and trimix (up to 10 gas mixes) and has a fixed-point rebreather mode. It can support up to 10 wireless tank pressure transmitters. This makes it an excellent choice for technical divers as well as advanced recreational divers. The new Suunto Tank POD is improved with new features like multiple tank pressure readings and auto-detection.

Suunto EON Steel: state-of-the-art and intuitive

All in all, the Suunto EON Steel is one of the best dive computers on the market today. Suunto’s close cooperation with active divers has led to an innovative dive computer that’s easy to use and has highly advanced features and technology. While divers of all levels can use this computer, the price and technical capabilities make it most suited for advanced and technical diving.


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