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Sherwood Amphos Air / Nitrox Wrist Computer Dive Watch Video Review

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Sherwood Amphos Air / Nitrox Wrist Computer Dive Watch Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Sherwood Amphos Air / Nitrox Wrist Computer Dive Watch. The Amphos wrist computer is a full function Air/Nitrox dive computer. It supports air, nitrox, gauge and free dive modes. The watch supports the DSAT decompression model (Modified Haldanean) and is nitrox programmable (21-50%) with a 2 Gas feature (2 nitrox mix 21-100%). The Sherwood Amphos features an audible & flashing LED alarm, has a backlight for night diving, and comes with a deep stop and safety stop function with countdown timer. The computer logs up to 24 dives. The Sherwood Amphos wrist computer features user changeable batteries and user changeable Imperial/Metric. The computer can be used up to a depth of 330 feet.

Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer PC interface Video Review

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Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer PC interface Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer PC interface. The interface works with both wrist and console units. USB connects the interface to your PC and Leonardo simply sits on top of the interface and the information is uploaded to your PC. The Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer PC interface interactive connection is initiated when the light on the PC interface turns green. The Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer PC interface software is compatible with Windows 7 and Mac.

SubGear XP10 Air / Nitrox Dive Computer Video Review

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SubGear XP10 Air / Nitrox Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video discusses the features of the SubGear XP10 Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. The SubGear XP10 has an adaptive algorithm which is used to increase safety and maximize bottom time. It is Air or Nitrox Programmable (up to 50%) and has full watch functions - including wake up alarm, visual and audible alarms. The XP10 is water or button activated with a user activated safety stop timer. Toggle through essential info during dive (max depth, temp, time of day). Backlighting Display for Night Diving. It is user changeable Imperial/Metric with a user replaceable battery. The XP10 comes standard with a 25 hour on-board dive log book that is PC downloadable.

Cressi Leonardo Computer

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Cressi Leonardo Computer

This video shows the features of the Cressi Leonardo Computer . The Leonardo is the first ever computer released by the Cressi electronics division. It is an entry level computer featuring Air, Nitrox, and Gauge modes. It has three levels of conservation that the user can adjust. It is equipped with speed ascent control - 10m per minute. Modified Haldane and Wienke dive tables are used to calculate saturation. The Log book can hold up to 60 dives or 75 hours worth of dive information and it is updated every 20 seconds. It is a compact unit with a large, Hi-Definition screen.

Suunto ZOOP Dive Computer Video Review

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Suunto ZOOP Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video discusses the features of the Suunto ZOOP Dive Computer.

Suunto Cobra 3 Dive Computer Video Review

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Suunto Cobra 3 Dive Computer Video Review

This Instructional video will make you familiar with the Suunto Cobra 3 Dive Computer.

SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

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SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

This video discusses the features of the SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer. This computer is Nitrox Programmable (21-100%). It has a Digital pressure gauge, User changeable alarms for Low air and "turn-around", Gauge mode , PDIS-Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops and an Adjustable ppO2. The display is Back light. It has a User replaceable battery and Visual and audible alarms. Data can be transmitted via infrared interface with Dive.Log software to a PC (not included)

TUSA IQ-950 Zen Air/Nitrox Hoseless Computer Dive Watch Video Review

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TUSA IQ-950 Zen Air/Nitrox Hoseless Computer Dive Watch Video Review

This Demonstration Video discusses the features of the TUSA IQ-950 Zen Air/Nitrox Hoseless Computer Dive Watch. The TUSA IQ-950 is a watch and a full function dive computer. IT has Hoseless air/nitrox integrated technology. You can switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 Nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure. It has Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes. Button or Water Activation. It has a Large, easy to read display. The watch has a Backlit Display for Night Diving.

Cressi Leonardo Computer

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Cressi Leonardo Computer

This video shows the features of the Cressi Leonardo Computer . TheLeonardo is the first ever computer released by the Cressi electronics division. It is an entry level computer featuring Air, Nitrox, and Gauge modes. It has three levels of conservation that the user can adjust. It is equipped with speed ascent control - 10m per minute. Modified Haldane and Wienke dive tables are used to calculate saturation. The Log book can hold up to 60 dives or 75 hours worth of dive information and it is updated every 20 seconds. It is a compact unit with a large, Hi-Definition screen.

Aeris F.10 V.2 Freediving Computer Dive Watch Introduction Tutorial

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Aeris F.10 V.2 Freediving Computer Dive Watch Introduction Tutorial

This Instructional video will make you familiar with the Aeris F.10 V.2 Freediving Computer Dive Watch.

Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

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Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer. This dive computer is a Full Function Air Integrated Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. It has a state of the art high contrast full-color OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) brightly colored screen displayed on a black background. It is equipped with a 4 button navigation with easy to use large buttons and simple to use Quick Disconnect High Pressure hose. Navigating the menu is simple. The four magnetic buttons direct you to the various menus for setting dive parameters and personal settings. The navigation screen is divided into three sections which include everything a diver needs at a glance.

Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

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Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console. The Veo 1.0 is a compact 3 gauge computer console including built in compass. It features a new Supertilt (Maxtilt) compass which can be held at up to a 30 degree angle and still respond quickly and accurately. The Veo 1.0 is also a Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. Another big feature is the user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs.

Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

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Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console. The Veo 3.0 is a compact 3 gauge computer console including built in compass. It features a new Supertilt (Maxtilt) compass which can be held at up to a 30 degree angle and still respond quickly and accurately. The Veo 3.0 is also a Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. Another big feature is the user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs.

Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch Video Review

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Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch. The Geo 2.0 Computer is a watch and a full Function Dive Computer. It features a User changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs. It also has a large, easy to read display. The Geo 2.0 has a 24 Dive logbook and the display is backlit for night diving.

Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch Video Review

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Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch. The OC1 Computer is a fully functional dive computer and a watch. It features a user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs. You are able to switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 Nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure with optional transmitter. The OC1 is encased in a Titanium housing and has Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes.

Oceanic Datamax Pro Plus 2 Dive Computer Video Review

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Oceanic Datamax Pro Plus 2 Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Datamax Pro Plus 2 Dive Computer. The Oceanic Pro Plus 2 is a Full Function Air Integrated Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. It is water or button activated with custom audible alarms with flashing LED warning light. The most noticable feature is the oversized numerals on the display. This makes it easier to read. The Pro Plus 2 has a 24 Dive log book and a Repetitive Dive Planning function.

Sherwood Scuba Wisdom 2 Dive Computer Instructional Video

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Sherwood Scuba Wisdom 2 Dive Computer Instructional Video

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Sherwood Scuba Wisdom 2 Dive Computer. The Wisdom2 is one of the most popular dive computer in the market today and the best selling computer for Sherwood Scuba.The feature that we hear the most positive feedback on is the screen size and the size of the characters on the screen. The computer is so easy to read because the letters and numbers are so large. The Wisdom2 computer is an Air integrated computer, meaning that the Wisdom2 measures or monitors your tank pressure as well.

F.10 Freediving Computer Watch Video Review

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F.10 Freediving Computer Watch Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the F.10 Freediving Computer Watch. The F.10 computer has a Freedive Mode Main displays Depth and Elapsed Dive Time with access to either a pre-set countdown timer or lap time. There is also a history mode including total Elapsed Dive Time and number of dives. The F.10 Computer also has a watch function that tells the date and time. Please note that this is a free diving computer NOT a scuba diving computer.

Hollis DG02 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer Video Review

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Hollis DG02 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Hollis DG02 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer. The DG02 Computer is a fully functional air/nitrox dive computer. It features a visual ascent alarm and button/water activation. For night dives, the DG02 features a power backlight that allows you to see the computer face easily. The DG02 has diver-replaceable batteries that are easy to install. This computer is depth rated to 330 feet.

Differences Between Wrist Mount and Console Dive Computers Instructional Video

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Differences Between Wrist Mount and Console Dive Computers Instructional Video

This instructional video explains the difference between console dive computer and wrist mount dive computer scuba computers. The console dive computer either comes with an air integrated system or a pressure gauge. The wrist computer will provide the same information as the console without the pressure unless, of course, you have a transmitter. If you have a transmitter, it will provide you with a digital pressure reading on your wrist computer, so a pressure gauge would not be needed while diving. Both dive computer types have their advantages, so it is up to you to decide what your preference is while scuba diving.

Oceanic DataMask HUD (Heads Up Display) Air/Nitrox Computer Mask Video Review

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Oceanic DataMask HUD (Heads Up Display) Air/Nitrox Computer Mask Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Oceanic DataMask HUD (Heads Up Display) Air/Nitrox Computer Mask. The DataMask features hoseless air/nitrox integrated technology with an in-mask digital optic system. There are several dive modes which include Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes. The DataMask HUD features Audible and Visual Alarms with User Alarm Acknowledgment. There is backlighting may be adjusted underwater for brightness as well as full-time or on demand use. The DataMask HUD includes ACI PC Download and Settings Upload Software and USB cable. Another feature is the highly magnified image of the LCD panel. It calculates tank pressure and breathing rate as well as calculates current depth, ascent time and decompression status all in your mask display.

Zeagle N2ition 3 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer Video Review

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Zeagle N2ition 3 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Zeagle´s N2ition 3 Air/Nitrox Wrist Computer. The N2ition 3 is Zeagle´s latest addition to the N2ition Wrist computer product line. The N2ition 3 is an air/nitrox wrist computer with visual and audio alarms. The logbook memory holds up to 30 hours or data (approximately 60 dives). The N2ition features a large and easy to read LCD display. In the N2ition 3, the diver can preset up to three Nitrox gas mixtures (Mix 1, Mix 2 and Mix 3). All dive data is PC downloadable to a Windows-based machine with the optional download kit. The N2ition 3 is available in Imperial or Metric measurements.

VR Technology VRX Air/Nitrox/Trimix Scuba Diving Computer

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VR Technology VRX Air/Nitrox/Trimix Scuba Diving Computer

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the VRX Dive Computer. It has a large, easy to read color LCD screen with high resolution graphics. This diving computer is compatible with closed and open circuit systems and can monitor up to 3 cells. It can be used for air, nitrox, trimix, and heliox and is programmable for up to 10 gases. It has a large, easy to read color LCD screen with high resolution graphics. The VRX also has diver adjustable decompression, so there is no more hanging your computer off the side of the boat to decompress. It is user changeable from metric to imperial and vice versa. You´ll never have to worry about changing batteries either; it comes with a rechargeable lithium ion battery and a charger that plugs into the wall. It is depth rated to 1000 feet.

VR Technology VR3 HD Air/Nitrox Computer

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VR Technology VR3 HD Air/Nitrox Computer

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the VR3 Dive Computer. This scuba diving computer is an open circuit computer with the optional upgrade to closed circuit. It has an easy to read font and only two buttons which makes it very user friendly. There are no lockouts due to decompression violations during or after a dive. It offers up to 60 hours of dive logging and up to 99 levels of decompression. One notable feature is the dive plan mode; you enter the gases, depth, and time, and the unit will calculate a list of deco stops. It is fully programmable with up to 10 gases which can be switched at any time during the dive. It also features a user changeable AA battery. This computer will meet any and all of your diving needs.

Aeris Atmos AI Scuba Diving Computer

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Aeris Atmos AI Scuba Diving Computer

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Aeris Atmos AI Dive Computer. It is a full function hoseless Air/Nitrox computer. This computer is air integrated, has audible alarms, manual and water activation, ascent rate indicator, and a nitrogen bar graph just to name a few of the features. The Atmos AI has user changeable batteries so you do not need to send it in to get the batteries replaced.

Aeris Epic Scuba Diving Computer

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Aeris Epic Scuba Diving Computer

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Aeris Epic dive computer. It is an air/nitrox integrated hoseless diving computer that can switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure. It has many modes including a free dive mode, a gauge mode, and a dive mode. Another great feature on the scuba computer is the user changeable battery. There is no need to send the computer in to replace the battery..

Aeris Elite T3 Scuba Diving Computer

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Aeris Elite T3 Scuba Diving Computer

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Aeris Elite T3 dive computer. It is an air/nitrox integrated hoseless diving computer that can switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure. It has many modes including a free dive mode, a gauge mode, and a dive mode. Another great feature on the scuba computer is the user changeable battery. There is no need to send the computer in to replace the battery.

How to Change the Battery on Scuba Dive Computers

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How to Change the Battery on Scuba Dive Computers

This instructional video shows you how to properly change Dive Computer Batteries for Wrist Mount Computers and Computer Consoles.

Depending on which model, Console Computer batteries can be changed easily with a quarter. Simply remove and replace the battery, replace the O-ring, and screw the battery cover back on.

Wrist mount computers come with specialized tools that aid you in screwing and unscrewing the battery cover. These usually come in a kit with the battery and O-ring.

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Different Types of Scuba Dive Computers & Diving Consoles

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Different Types of Scuba Dive Computers & Diving Consoles

This instructional video is an overview for the different types of scuba Dive Computers including Console Dive Computers, Wrist, Hose Mount, or Module style Computers

Dive computers offer the diver a safer and much more convenient way of monitoring decompression limits. A dive computer can also calculate the body’s nitrogen according to the scuba diver´s depth and time, allowing for a diving profile that is much more flexible than the square profiles provided by the conventional dive tables. Today´s scuba diving computers display current depth, maximum depth, dive time, and records the diver’s information throughout the dive. Owning a dive computer can eliminate the need to have a pressure gauge and depth gauge which will allow you to streamline your gear.

Nitrox dive computers allow the diver to use standard air or Enriched Air Nitrox. Hoseless or wrist dive computers can be mounted in a console, on the wrist, on a hose or even on a retractor.

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