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Suunto Zoop Novo Dive Computer


An easy-to-use, nitrox-capable dive computer for recreational divers. Made in Finland.

Shearwater Teric Wrist Strap


Shearwater Teric Wrist Strap

Colour your dive with the Shearwater Teric Wrist Strap. A selection of 10 strap colours allow you to personalise your Teric to suit your taste and make it easy to identify.

Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer

Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer first and only dive computer designed and built completely in the Cressi Sub. The new CRESSI Leonardo Dive Computer RGBM algorithm, developed by Bruce Wienke, has been adapted by Cressi for safe decompression computations in multi-day repetitive dives.

Suunto D5 Dive Computer

An easy-to-use dive computer with interchangeable straps that fit your style. Made in Finland.

Shearwater Peregrine Dive Computer

The Peregrine is an Advanced Nitrox dive computer with easy-to-understand menus and an easy-to-read colour display that supports both a recreational sport diving mode and an extended range mode for multi-gas planned decompression diving.

Shearwater Perdix Dive Computer

Merging state of the art manufacturing techniques, innovative engineered materials, and consumer feedback, Shearwater has successfully developed a low-profile, sleekly contoured design without sacrificing features vital to technical divers. It’s everything you love about the Petrel dive computer, just smaller.

Shearwater Swift AI Transmitter

The Swift allows divers to carry multiple transmitters reliably. The collision avoidance protocol allows for multiple transmitters to be used at the same time with a lower likelihood of dropped communications. The Swift is designed and built in Canada for demanding divers of all proficiency levels.

Cressi Leonardo Console 2

The Leonardo Console 2 has been designed to fit the new Leonardo Cressi Dive Computer in a modern console.

Shearwater Transmitter

Air integrated wireless Shearwater transmitter. Compatible with Teric and Perdix AI. Features: User replaceable 3V CR2 Lithium Battery.

Gull Com Guard

Gull Com Guard is a practical item for scuba diving.When engaging in skin or scuba diving activities, it’s a good idea to protect the surface of your dive computer or watch from potential scuffs and scratches.

Shearwater Teric Dive Computer

Shearwater Teric Dive Computer is a full colour, high resolution, AMOLED Dive Computer. It comes with intuitive controls and menu navigation along with a bright, vivid colour display.

Scubapro Galileo Hub Dive Computer

The ScubaPro Galileo HUD is an innovative and thoroughly unique air-integrated dive computer. This new-to-the-dive-world, technologically-advanced computer offers a heads-up display mounted on a dual-lens mask.

A dive computer, personal decompression computer or decompression meter is a device used by an underwater diver to measure the time and depth during a dive and use this data to calculate and display an ascent profile which according to the programmed decompression algorithm, will give a low risk of decompression sickness.

Garmin dive computer

Most dive computers use real-time ambient pressure input to a decompression algorithm to indicate the remaining time to the no-stop limit, and after that has passed, the decompression required to surface with an acceptable risk of decompression sickness. Several algorithms have been used, and various personal conservatism factors may be available. Some dive computers allow for gas switching during the dive. Audible alarms may be available to warn the diver when exceeding the no-stop limit, the maximum operating depth for the gas mixture, the recommended ascent rate or other limit beyond which risk increases significantly.

The display provides data to allow the diver to avoid decompression, to decompress relatively safely, and includes depth and duration of the dive. Several additional functions and displays may be available for interest and convenience, such as water temperature and compass direction, and it may be possible to download the data from the dives to a personal computer via cable or wireless connection. Data recorded by a dive computer may be of great value to investigators in a diving accident, and may allow the cause of an accident to be discovered.

Cressi dive computer

Dive computers may be wrist-mounted or fitted to a console with the submersible pressure gauge. A dive computer is perceived by recreational scuba divers and service providers to be one of the most important items of safety equipment. Use by surface-supplied divers is less widespread, as the diver’s depth is monitored at the surface by a pneumo fatho meter and decompression is controlled by the diving supervisor.