Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer 04.2905.36 009114

Mfg Part #: 04.2905.36
Retail:
 $339.95 
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$199.95
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$140.00
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Air & Nitrox Compatible

  • Free Computer Gauge Guard
  • Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer
  • Nitrox Programmable (21-50%)
  • Manual and Water activation
  • Visual Alarm (accent)
  • Imperial/Metric (user-setting)
  • Diver-replaceable batteries
  • Nitrogen bar graph
  • Automatic Altitude Adjustable
  • 12 Dive log
  • Time-to-fly
  • Ascent rate indicator
  • Time of day - (use it like a watch)
  • Temperature Display
  • DEPTH: 330 feet
  • FULL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY

     

Customer Reviews for Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer:

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Average Customer Review: based on 6 reviews.

Rating: Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer Review - $199.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Thomas L.  -  View all my reviews
i used this computer on by first open water dive in hawaii after being certified. i purchased it and had it shipped to the address where i was vacationing. i received it the day before my dive, so i had little time to spend reading a manual before using it. it was extremely easy to use and worked great. it gave me all the information i neededand the display was easy to read under water without using "cheaters" in my mask.

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Rating: Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer Review - $199.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: robert dixon
This is an excellent computer and the algorithm is excellent - have used it for years - my old one "broke" and would recommend it to anyone. Had a Sunto for about a week and when it went into deco when I put it in the rinse tank, knew it was way too conservative!

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Rating: Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer
Reviewer: Chris S.  -  View all my reviews
We are new to diving and purchased two 100NX units for a recent trip to Negril. These computers were easy to use with a very short learning curve and were very accurate. We dove with several other people with upscale computers, when we compared them we had the same info. The log feature was a godsend when you need to catch-up on the logs... Great price and shipped quickly!

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197 out of 388 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Dive computer
Reviewer: James A.  -  View all my reviews
Hello everyone, I would strongly recommend this product especially if youre a beginner. The price is reasonable and the computer does a pretty good job it has all the features that I would care to have a dive computer when operating under a budget. At some point (a couple years) I will purchase a more sophisticated computer can utilize this one has a secondary backup.

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Rating: A good unit!
Reviewer: Richard Todd  -  View all my reviews
Easy to read. Easy to figure out. The manual is excellent. It is a cinch to set up. Could use a backlight and audible alarms. It would not add much to the cost and would take the computer to the next level. I am using it as a backup unit in case my Sherwood Wisdom air integrated Primary computer goes down.

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Rating: Simple and Smart
Reviewer: S.J L.  -  View all my reviews
Easy to use, product does what is says, great for a novice or more advanced diver

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213 out of 396 people found this review helpful.

Questions and Answers for Oceanic Veo 100 NX Air/Nitrox Computer:


  • Joe:

    I have the oceanic Veo 180 NX, its new but will not turn on. It has been in storage for a few years. I have 3 of these, i have unlocked the battery ring on the rear. Thinking that it may be the battery. I have the ring off but cannot seem to get the next piece out. I am assuming its a cover for the battery but will not come out. Can you help with some information or some illustration that may show me how to remove the battery. The short video he seems to just flick it ou.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The clear battery cover on this model will commonly get very tight over time. The only way to remove it without damaging the door or the computer case and causing it to leak after that is to carefully work a finger or thumb nail in between the clear battery hatch and case. It will typically pop free quite easily at this point.

  • Jan:

    This computer is advertised with an extra of a battery kit - does it come with a battery or must one be ordered with the computer

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Jan, it comes with a battery already installed. That is just offering you the option to buy a spare kit.

  • Adam:

    Can it be put into gauge mode (depth & time)? Does it lock out under any circumstance? Thanks, Adam

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    It cannot manually be put into gauge mode. Typically that only happens when the computer is violated and placed into an unsafe mode.

  • Evy:

    How does it reads how much air or nitrox you have when theres no transmitter involved. I would think it only reads depth & how fast your ascend rate. I have a cobalt && thinking of getting a back up. Would this be the right one for me?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    As with any modular style dive computer it does not read breathing rate or air remaining. It works strictly off the basics of the nitrogen or oxygen tables, recalculating your remaining bottom time every few second through out your dive, giving reading and remaining bottom time based on nitrogen/oxygen loading into your tissue compartments.

  • Bernard:

    Does this computer give you your surface interval needed between dives at various depths with different nitrox mixtures? (ie. give you dive planning data before and between dives). Thanks

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Bernard, no this computer will not do that. This computer is just a basic computer that will give you all the information you need while diving. If your looking for a computer that will give you the information you are looking for. Then take a look at the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-17/009449/Suunto-ZOOP--Air---Nitrox-Wrist-Computer.html.

  • Elaine:

    How easy does this watch help with safety stops? I am a beginner diver looking for something that covers all the basics.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    That is one of the features of all dive computers. It will track and time your safety stops for you alerting the diver to when it is safe to ascend to the surface.

  • David:

    I saw the question about removing the clear battery cover, the best way I found is to use a small clear suction cup and it will pop the battery coveroff. I am just back from diving Jamaica, great dives,and need to know if I should remove the battery or is it ok to leave it in. It will be 6 months or longer before my next dive.

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello, it isn''t necessary to take out the battery. The battery will drain at he same rate as a normal watch.

Oceanic Veo 100 

Battery

The Veo 100 utilizes 1 - 3 volt CR2450 Lithium Battery which
should provide from 100 dive hours of operation, if you conduct
1 - one hour dive each time the unit is activated, to as many as
300 dive hours of operation, if you conduct 3 or more one dives
each time the unit is activated.

Temperature Display

Ambient Temperature is displayed in Surface Mode (Fig. 4c)
and Log Mode, and can be viewed as an Alternate Display

Time Displays

Time displays are shown in hour:minute format (i.e., 1:16
represents 1 hour and 16 minutes, not 116 minutes!). The colon
that separates hours and minutes blinks once per second when
the display is indicating real time (e.g., Elapsed Dive Time), and
is solid (non-blinking) when times are calculated projections (e.g.,
Time to Fly).

Wet Activation

The Veo 100 is configured with contacts that will automatically activate the unit
when the space between the contacts is bridged by a conductive material
(immersed in water).
The contacts are the pins of the Data Port and stem of the Push Button.
It is important that the Data Port and Button be kept clean and free of any
contamination or debris that could cause the unit to activate unnecessarily
resulting in premature depletion of battery power.
It is also important that they be kept clean to ensure that the unit will activate and
enter dive mode upon immersion and descent.
The Data Port and Button can be cleaned with fresh water and a soft bristle
brush.

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