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Computer Liquivision KAON

If it’s in our nature to bash things to get them to work, Liquivision has borne this human trait in mind when designing its computers. The Kaon is the latest of these to come my way.
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Appeared in DIVER April 2013
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Computer Shearwater Petrel

If you’re interested and have not already done so, I suggest that you read my review of the Predator on Divernet.com, because the Petrel has a lot in common with it. One could almost say that it is a Predator with improvements.
It begs the inevitable comparison. It’s smaller, lighter and less expensive to buy. more...
Appeared in DIVER March 2013
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Computer Dive System ORCA

Dive System is a small company in Italy that makes its entire range of diving equipment in-house.
As such, I’m told that it tests everything it makes multiple times to achieve 100% reliability.
The Orca computer is subject to this same testing. I got it out of its box and, by means of its two buttons, set it up to go diving. It was so easy that even I could use it. more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2013
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Computer-watch SUUNTO DX

You may be asking, what makes the DX different from the D9tx? Well, as many of you are aware, get into diving, get into deep diving and the path often leads you to the purchase of a closed-circuit rebreather. more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2013
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Computer Liquivision XEO

THEY SAY YOU CAN’T TEACH AN OLD dog new tricks, and the tap-switch interface of the Xeo is certainly different. more...
Appeared in DIVER September 2012
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Computer-watch Mares Matrix

What makes this smart full-feature computer-watch from Italy unique is the fact that it uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and has an analogue display for both time and compass modes, as well as a conventional digital display mode. This analogue display mode is formed up on the dot-matrix LCD, and it certainly makes both reading the time and understanding the compass easy for an old dinosaur like me. more...
Appeared in DIVER September 2012
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Computer-watch Oceanic OCS

The Oceanic OCS looks superficially like the OC1, but it has no radio link to the pressure of gas in your tank. It can be switched between three different nitrox mixes during a dive. more...
Appeared in DIVER August 2012
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Computer Oceanic VEO 3

ALL OCEANIC COMPUTERS now come with a choice of two algorithms and it’s up to the user to select the most appropriate one. more...
Appeared in DIVER June 2012
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Computer-watch Scubapro Meridian

As promised, setting up the Meridian proved to be a doddle, although I had to get my head round the fact that “ScubA2G” on the display stood for two-gas scuba settings. more...
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The Predator color display could hardly be clearer to read and understand

Computer Shearwater Predator

If you’d told me a few years ago about the advances in computer communications, I might not have believed you. more...
Appeared in DIVER April 2012
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Computer VR Technology VRX OLED

The VRX can be supplied ready to dive with anything from air and straight nitrox to trimix, and in open, semi-closed or fully closed-circuit mode.

It can accommodate open-circuit bail-out gases should the closed-circuit diver switch during a dive. It is also compatible with the OPTOCON infra-red optical interface available with the Sentinel CCR (and some other devices), can display tank pressures and PO2 simultaneously, and side-steps electrical connection problems under water. more...
Appeared in DIVER March 2012
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Computer Oceanic BUD

THE OCEANIC BACK-UP DEVICE or BUD fulfills a need for something that I have always advocated – a second computer in case your primary ceases to function. more...
Appeared in DIVER January 2012
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Computer Cressi Leonardo

This computer is designed for use by those who enjoy being under water for reasons other than using the kit.
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Appeared in DIVER November 2011
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Computer Mares Icon HD Air

DIVING EQUIPMENT may be predominantly black nowadays, but blue is the colour of the ocean and a fill of more than 150bar. Green is the colour of the hillside and a fill of more than 100 bar.
Yellow is the colour of cornfields in sunshine and for caution, and maybe only a bit more than 50 bar. Red says less than 50 bar left, so get out of there!
What am I talking about? Part of the display of the Mares Icon HD Gas computer. more...
Appeared in DIVER September 2011
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Suunto D6i

Computer-watches SUUNTO gas-integrated D4i, D6i & D9tx

...I haven’t used anything as crude as a hose connected between my tank and a mechanical pressure gauge in years.
Why would I? It’s as daft as having your phone connected to the exchange by a copper wire!... more...
Appeared in DIVER September 2011
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Computer APEKS Quantum X

The Quantum X is the latest version, which not only can now be used with three alternative nitrox mixes during a single dive, but features an electronic compass display too. more...
Appeared in DIVER May 2011
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Computer ATOMIC COBALT

This is a no-nonsense nitrox computer that is totally relevant to what you do when diving.
The OLED display is fabulous. I’ll bet there’s a trimix version not far behind.
There are no computer games or unhelpful peripherals but what it does it does exceedingly well. In fact the cover of the instruction manual bears the legend “Simply brilliant, isn’t it?” and that about sums it up. more...
Appeared in DIVER April 2011
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Computer Sub Gear XP10

...the Sub Gear XP10 is a direct descendant of the Aladin Pro, an instrument that at one time was considered the acme of the diving-computer designer's achievements.
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Appeared in DIVER September 2010
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Computer 4 Mares Icon HD

"This is the iPhone of diving computers". more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2010
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Computer 3 Uemis Zurich

The new Uemis Zurich computer is different in many ways from anything else on the market. more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2010
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Computer 2 VR Technology NHeO

The NHeO accommodates the needs of those who are moving slowly in the direction of technical diving, but are not yet ready for the helium in their mix. more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2010
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Computer 1 Oceanic OC1

The OC1 is a nitrox-enabled computer-watch that can be wirelessly integrated with up to three different gas supplies according to the number of transmitters employed, and this can include your buddy's main tank. more...
Appeared in DIVER February 2010
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Computers Scubapro Galileo Luna

Scubapro-Uwatec has now introduced the Galileo Luna, a simplified unit in that it comes without the heart-rate monitor (though it can be upgraded at a later date) and normally works with a single gas-integrated transmitter. more...
Appeared in DIVER December 2009
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Computer Mares Puck Air

Diving is a means to an end for me. I go diving to see what's there, to photograph it and write about it later. Sometimes I go into the water three or four times in a day. more...
Appeared in DIVER November 2009
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Computer VR Technology VRX

IF I WANT TO DOWNLOAD A PROGRAMME ON BBC IPLAYER, I confess that I call on the expertise of my nine-year-old. With this in mind, you'll understand that I do not consider myself completely computer-savvy.
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Appeared in DIVER November 2009