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Reviewer: Erroll B.Icon HD Netready - I am Advanced Open Water. This product is a great piece of equipment that i believe will grow with me. I have used the computer a total of 9 dives, my max currently being 68 and have not experienced any problems. Linking the unit with the transmitter was difficult and required me to call Mares. The customer support was aware of the paring issue and the problem was resolved within 5 mins. Paring since then has never been an issue. During my dives all went well. There is always a panic moment after you change tanks and the new tank is being read, becaues there is a pause. I later learned this is normal. While in the water this pause did not occur. The Icon tracks everything I could ask...View Full Review
Reviewer: Donald A. DutcherMares Nemo Wide - Discounted Display Model - LIKE NEW: I bought the display model which was $200 cheaper than a new one. It was in perfect shape. No scratches on the screen, the battery was 100 percent and the wrist band was uncut. MARES NEMO WIDE: The display is huge so it can display all the essential information on the screen. Everything is clearly laid out for you and easy to see from any distance or angle. The night light glows like the Timex Indiglo. DIVING WITH NEMO: I did 6 dives in Cozumel with my computer. It worked great. It clearly showed my depth and in large numbers my bottom time countdown. Audible alarms can be heard even with arms at your sides. Between dives Nemo does a desaturation countdown and it has a...View Full Review
Reviewer: Robert D.Mares Matrix - Purchased two, one for me and one for my wife. Product arrived on time and in great condition. Used them on our recent dive trip. Both worked well. The Matrix has numerous features which we are still learning. It is a great product with dive profiles and a built in compass for navigation. Also looks great with a relatively small profile. However, while the dive computers are great, the information that comes with the dive computer box is confusing. The packet contains a computer disk that holds a PDF version of the manual for the dive computer. This is great. BUT...do not attempt to use this disk to copy the program for the Dive Organizer that will allow you to download your dive...View Full Review
Reviewer: Thomas L.ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - bought this for my daughter, who now has 3 dives on it, and she loves it. the three-button interface is pretty intuitive and easy to use. when you are diving the display is easy to read and shows all important information. we both like the layout better than the "watch style" computers we used in the past the luna display is less cluttered and well thought out. while the luna is larger than many other dive computers, it fits comfortably on the forearm and provides you with a nice large display. hoseless air integration has worked perfectly. irda connectivity takes a few steps to set up under windows (load drivers, load software, restart windows, etc.), but we had no problems getting it...View Full Review
Reviewer: Rachel d.After much research... - If, like me, your are purchasing your first dive computer (or even your fifth) and are trying to decipher the reviews and ratings for all of the latest and greatest gadgets out there, I would like to add my recommendation for the Mares Puck. I spent a few months reading, considering, talking to others, checking out my husbands fancy dive computer, and comparing and contrasting every review I could find on dive computers. I am not one of those divers who wants the fanciest computer with all of the latest technology that would do everything but wash your dishes, but I didnt want something that fell short in any category and that I would be looking to replace in a couple of years. T he Mares...View Full Review
Reviewer: Joshua E.Sherwood Amphos (Air / Nitrox) Wrist Computer Watch Review - $399.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - This is my first dive computer purchase. I really wanted something that could function as a dive computer and a watch. Im open water certified and dive recreationally only. There is somewhat of a learning curve of moving through the functions of the dive computer, but after going through the instruction booklet and playing with it on my own I feel pretty comfortable operating the dive computer and moving through the menu selections. Thus far I have not found any downside to the Amphos and feel it has been a good purchase - functionality and price. I would recommend the Amphos for those looking for a functional, user friendly dive computer. It definitely has the technical ability to...View Full Review
Reviewer: Bill B.Great Computer! - I purchased this a few months back when Suunto was throwing in the transmitter for free. Its a great computer, especially for the price I paid. This is my first AI computer and its a very nice feature. Everything was easy to setup and customize for my diving needs. The transmitter is a tight fit on my SP MK17 but it does fit, barely. User replaceable battery is nice (I got the low batt indicator when I received the unit, but was easily replaced). The compass is nice feature as well, most of the time I need a compass its to simply "head north", so the interface should not be an issue, maybe even easier than an analog compass since I can tilt it. A nice large display that I...View Full Review
Reviewer: Scott M.Failed on second dive - I purchased the DG02 because I liked the simplicity and ability to switch to gauge mode to use as a bottom timer. Dive 1 (80) was uneventful, however during the SI, the computer seemed to fall into some sort of demo mode. I had an air computer as backup and dove tables for my second dive with Eanx 32. At about 20 feet, the DG02 kicked back to dive mode, but then started to shut down as the readout became vague, eventually going blank. Although I completed the dive safely, the computer never turned on again. Scuba.com was prudent in refunding me once I sent the unit back.
Reviewer: Andrew I.Oceanic VT4.1 Air / Nitrox Hoseless Wrist Computer with Digital Compass Review - $679.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I changed from air integrated to analog depth/pressure gauge console with this wrist computer as primary. 4 dives so far. I like the computer so far, and this set up is a notch above in redundancy. The different dive displays are very helpful. I also like having an O2 Saturation number instead of a set of bars like my old computer had. I didnt get the transmitter since my buddies have had nothing but trouble with their (other brand) transmitters and are now back to analog gauges.
Reviewer: JohnTUSA IQ-650 Element Air / Nitrox Computer Watch Review - $299.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - This dive computer is extremely easy to use. Though it only has one button, it is simple to navigate through the different settings and menus. the best feature is the ability for the owner to replace the battery without having to send it in to the factory for replacement. The strap is extremely long, but Im sure there are benefits to this that I am currently unaware of. Overall i am pleased to have purchased this item.
Reviewer: Scott ArquillaOceanic Veo 3.0 - i decided to replace my (very) old orca skinny dipper mark ii, as i recently decided to take up diving after a decade long sabbitcal. while the instruction book was lengthy, it was easy to set up the veo 3.0. one of the great things about the skinny dipper was its easy to read display. i was intent of getting another with a good display as i am 58 years old. i was not disppointed in the least. even at 100 feet, the display was easy to read even without the backlight. i just recently ordered the usb oceanlog v2 cable so i can download all of the dive information. id suggest every buyer do the same thing. in a nutshell a great dive computer!
Reviewer: CARLA ADCOCKOceanic Geo 2.0 Air / Nitrox Dive Computer Watch Review - $299.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I purchased this for my fiancé, who is a commercial diver. He loves to scuba on his off time and had been looking for a goid quality dive watch that wouldnt cost a grand or more. I like that this watch is easy to read, and find it especially cool that it functions as a regular watch for daily wear. He is very pleased with its performance and ease of use and i was very happy with its price!
Reviewer: Richard LincolnSherwood Amphos Air (Nitrox) Hoseless Wrist Computer Watch Review - $1,000.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - It worked plain and simple. It has a simple to use interface and a good level of information provided on the main dive screen. There were no issues with the wireless connection during any of our dives. The dive log is easy to access and provides all the key data points from each dive.
Reviewer: David Cory Hugggreat product great service - I recently purchased two of these computers for my sons who just completed their Jr. Open Water certification. Scuba.com had the best price by far, and I received them in the middle east very quickly. We just returned from a dive trip, and the computers performed well beyond my expectations. They are very straightforward, are easy to use, and the data is easily to read, and later, easy to retrieve. I myself have used a suunto for years, but it has a steep learning curve, and I have to read the manual before each use. These profiles by Sherwood have won me over. My 10 year old can slap it on his wrist, dive in the water and understand all of the data, be reminded of the importance of...View Full Review
Reviewer: Donald B.Great Computer - Love the large easy to read screen with the various data available at the touch of a button. the integrated compass is easy to use and read. It is certainly the most complex computer I have owned over the years, but with some practice there is a lot of data for your use. I have used the smaller wrist mounted computers and have at time had trouble reading the screens while holding onto a ascent line in rough seas. In even rough conditions the large screen is easy to read, and the multiple screens are easy to access. Does everything I want in a computer.
Reviewer: Michael DyerNice entry dive computer - I purchased this right before my last open water certification dive. Everything worked great and I really loved the option to download your dive profile and see it graphed out on the included software. You can even upload and keep track of your dives on movescount.com online community which is pretty cool. The strap is rather long, even when I have my 5 mm so I trimmed it but if your using a 7mm or dry suit youd probably want the extra length.
Reviewer: Jimmy S.incredible compact diving computer - I just returned completed my first week of diving with the Oceanic OC 1 and found this to be an incredible diving computer. For an advanced diver, this is an incredible piece of equipment. I would not recommend this for a new diver, due to the one serious drawback. Oceanic marketing has become very "economy minded" and does not privide a written manual that you can take on a trip with you. They provide a PDF that is very substandard in itself and when printed, is just about impossible to follow. The advanced diver than learn this computer by experience more than documentation.
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