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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.

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.

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.

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.