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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.

Uemis Zurich SDA Air/Nitrox Hoseless Computer  - Wrist Strap Replacement

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Uemis Zurich SDA Air/Nitrox Hoseless Computer - Wrist Strap Replacement

This is an instructional video showing how to replace the Wrist Strap on the Uemis Zurich SDA Air/Nitrox Hoseless 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.

Scuba 5-page Wrist Dive Slate Video Review

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Scuba 5-page Wrist Dive Slate Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Scuba´s 5-page Wrist Dive Slate. This is a dive slate that you can wear on your wrist. The Scuba Wrist Dive Slate can be worn on either hand. There are three separate writing surfaces that flip up for easy access with a velcro wrist strap. Comes with an extra pencil and 4 extra O-rings.

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.