What do you think about dive wrist computers?

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asked Jun 26, 2018 in Scuba Diving by cquade7 (3,269 points)
edited Jun 26, 2018 by cquade7
What do you guys think about wrist computers? I have never used one, but I am curious about the free from tank computers.

5 Answers

+1 vote
answered Jun 26, 2018 by George1224 (5,147 points)
Are you asking about wireless transmitters that connect to your 1st stage to display cylinder gas supply? You asked about dive watches, did you mean wrist computers?
commented Jun 26, 2018 by cquade7 (3,269 points)
Yes, sorry I wrote it wrong, do you use one?
commented Jun 26, 2018 by George1224 (5,147 points)
Yes, Shearwater Perdix (v53) and love it. Its a little expensive but so easy to use. I am an instructor and I dive a lot. Its easy to read and very durable. Batteries are AA and easy to change. one less hose to deal with
+1 vote
answered Jun 28, 2018 by Scubachuck (1,093 points)
I use a Galileo Luna and love it. If you like photography, the computer is always near the camera and you don’t have to look away.
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answered Jun 28, 2018 by Davidb (1,816 points)
I have a Scubapro M2. Love how it looks and works as a watch. It’s a really nice computer also. The downside is the size of the screen. It can be a little tough to see some of the smaller numbers. The solve to that is to put a small magnifying glass in the bottom corner of your mask. I got my wife a G2 by scuba pro.. excellent computer color screen. If I had my choice I would buy the G2,
+1 vote
answered Jun 29, 2018 by VADiver (940 points)
I use an Aqualung wrist computer with wireless air integration. I love having all of the information in one place - dive time, depth, NDL, air pressure and estimated gas time remaining. I have also used a hose integrated computer console that has all of the same information, but I prefer having it on my wrist. I generally dive with my arms in front of me, so for me it’s easier to glance down at the wrist mounted computer versus locate and read the console computer.
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answered Jul 4, 2018 by richardehyman (2,630 points)
Wow. So cool. Most of us didn't even wear a watch nor depth gauge on Calypso. At least one guy, yes but not all of us. Amazing the new technology.
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