Aqua Water Proof Dive Tables 6" x 8" (15.2cm x 20.3cm)

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We have become dependent on our dive computers to the point that many divers do not even own a set of dive tables anymore. However, the safe diver always has...
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Key Features

Safety back up for dive computer
Waterproof plastic construction
Based on US Navy decompression tables
Easy to follow flow chart

Product Overview

We have become dependent on our dive computers to the point that many divers do not even own a set of dive tables anymore. However, the safe diver always has a backup plan, just in case. Make sure you have a set of dive tables in your save-a-dive-kit just in case your computer suffers some technical difficulties. These Aqua Waterproof Dive Tables have an easy to follow flow chart, and U.S Navy Decompression Tables to 190' (58 meters). These waterproof plastic tables measure 6" x 8" (15.2cm x 20.3cm) and have an eyelet for attachment of a lanyard.

Features

  • Safety Backup for Dive Computer
  • Waterproof Plastic
  • Easy to Follow Flow Chart Format
  • Based on US Navy Decompression Tables
  • Eyelet for Lanyard Attachment
  • Usable Maximum Depth Rating 190' (58m)
  • Dimensions: 6 x 8 (15.2cm x 20.3cm)
  • Great Save-A-Dive-Kit Item
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Key Features

• Safety back up for dive computer
• Waterproof plastic construction
• Based on US Navy decompression tables
• Easy to follow flow chart

What's in the Box

• Aqua Water Proof Dive Tables

Specifications

Purpose Repetitive Dive and Decompression Calculations
Material Plastic
Dimensions 6 x 8 (15.2cm x 20.3cm)
Usable Maximum Depth Rating 190' (58m)
Attachment Point Eyelet for Lanyard

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William Mundkowsky
Very Good Standby

These tables include the U.S.N. decompresion table on the back side so you can figure your stops if your computer dies on you, or what I like to do is use them to figure my Repetitive Dive Group for my log when diving a computer. Very useful and good to have in a BC pocket.