In recent years, technology, as it relates to dive computers, has grown leaps and bounds. From simple single gas, air only computers with fuzzy displays to the current multi-color, crisp, mixed gas computers any anything in between. The current crop of dive computers has the function and form to stand up to any type of dive out there and look good while performing its functions. Of course, the best dive computer will always be a sharp mind and set of dive tables. The electronic variety of dive computer simply speeds up the process. Having said that, I’d like to introduce you to a few new dive computers that have recently arrived in our stockroom.
The i750T LED Wrist Computer with USB by Aqualung
The most technology forward diver will appreciate this work of art by our friends at Aqualung. The i750T has some advanced features like the OLED color screen and Bluetooth capabilities all packaged within a simple and compact design.
The i750T combines the best of today’s most advanced performance features with an easy to use interface. Every feature thoughtfully enhances the dive experience. Thanks to its sharp OLED color screen, simple interface and 3-axis tilt compass, viewing your dive data has never been easier. Going even further, logging and sharing your dive takes just seconds with its Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity to your mobile device. With hoseless gas integration and the optional transmitter, your dive will be off and running in no time. Powerful technology and engineering meet intuitive and compact in the i750T.
The Amphos Air Wrist Computer By Sherwood
The good folks at Sherwood have upped their game with the Amphos Air wrist computer. With sleek styling that is as at home under the waves as it is in the office. Featuring air integration, multi-mode function, two gas capability, audible alarms, wet activation and optional USB connectivity, this computer will take care of you no matter where you dive.
The i450T Wrist Computer By Aqualung
The i450T is packed with features that will serve a world of diverse diving adventures. Intuitive and sporty, it’s the perfect wrist computer to accompany your wanderlust.
Designed for the active, traveling diver, the i450T has flexibility and ease of operation packed into a handsome design. Its features were crafted to be simple and easily navigated for an amazing dive experience. The optional hoseless gas integration declutters your dive for a more streamlined feel. Even small but thoughtful details were considered, pair the transmitter once and you’re done. For all its meaningful engineering, the i450T hasn’t forgotten aesthetics– its simple, fashionable design is easy to wear through life’s everyday adventures.
The VTX by Oceanic
High tech and powerful features are what you will experience with the VTX by Oceanic. With hoseless air integration, four gas capability, three-axis digital compass, user replaceable battery and Bluetooth 4.0 technology, your dives will never be the same again.
The VTX is the first dive computer engineered to take full advantage of Bluetooth. The means interacting with your dive computer immediately before and after the dive is simple. There’s no longer any need to connect to your home computer or laptop. The DiverLog for iOS App pairs and transmits your dive data wirelessly. Meaning that you have full remote control of all your computer settings, anywhere you go. View Log and Profile data, add a location, notes, and other details. Wirelessly update VTX firmware on the go for the latest features and best performance. The VTX has a completely rebuilt menu structure across the entire system that brings you a simple, seamless interaction. The displays and interface are purposely unobtrusive and the clutter completely removed. Unnecessary data and icons have been removed to allow a greater focus on what matters most. It’s about showing you what you need to see when you want to see it.
So when you’re ready for a computer that has all of the high-tech you can handle, opt for the VTX by the smart folks at Oceanic!
There you have it! Four dive computers that you should really take a close look at for your next adventure. Of course, the crew here at Dive Right In Scuba has answers if you have questions. Enjoy the depth!