Photo: Oliver Baker

Suunto Ambit3 Sport


$230, Backcountry.com

The draw: Great accuracy

While the Suunto Ambit3 may be a bit older than some others—it debuted in summer 2014—it still packs a punch: Many gearheads use it as a reference for GPS accuracy in watch testing. It easily covers all three sports, plus there is a pretty deep collection of other sport profiles you can add to it, such as hiking, stand-up paddle boarding and skiing. It also has third-party apps such as ones that can estimate cycling power on inexpensive bike trainers via the Suunto App Zone, a feature Suunto’s newer watches lack.

– Watch reviews by Ray Maker