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If you are in Europe, then you can try WEB SHOP there, but if you are not in Europe, you have to contact your nearest SUUNTO dealer. All info you will fin in that web page. Rate me, plz.
If you continue to have problems with your watch, and the instructions in the user manual don't resolve your problem, you may have to return the watch to Suunto.
Your watch must be registered with them, you'll need the serial number of the watch, which is located on the back case. You'll have to get an RMA from Suunto in order to send it back to them.
Here's their warranty info:
It sounds like IC (integrated Circuit) in your watch is mulfunctioning, but can be something else. Can't say without inspection.None of the readings mentioned by you is acceptable. As the watch is purely microelectronic, there is nothing you can do but to take it back to the retailer and ask for repair or replacement. If your watch is just 10 days old, this must be done under warranty and at no cost to you. Don't forget to rate, please.