Wristwatch-Style Dive ComputersWristwatch-style dive computers, from top: 1) Suunto D6i 2) SCUBAPRO Meridian
CRESSI LEONARDO CONSOLE 2
›› Clean dive-screen layout delivers critical information at a glance
›› Conservative algorithm provides three user-adjustable safety levels to build in an additional cushion
›› Single-button operation keeps the system simple
Cressi’s Leonard Console 2 teams a good data cruncher with a great submersible pressure gauge in a com- pact console. For simplicity of use and eye-popping readability at depth, this gauge combo is hard to beat.
CONTACT: cressi.com MSRP: $473.28
›› High contrast, brightly colored digits are easy to read
›› Illumination can be adjusted to match conditions
›› Four magnetic buttons access menus, set dive parameters and program personal info
›› RGBM algorithm offers three user levels to match each diver’s personal needs
You’d be hard-pressed to find a DC that offers so much data-crunching power while being so simple to use. It continues to be our favorite air-integrated console-style computer.
CONTACT: atomicaquatics.com MSRP: $1,200
›› Ultracompact console casing keeps you streamlined
›› Three-color nitrogen tissue loading bar graph offers easy tracking of N2 status
›› Digital pressure gauge reads to 4,350 psi in 10 psi increments
›› Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops deliver detailed calculations for safe ascents
For divers looking to streamline their diving rigs, Subgear’s XP-H offers a lot of computing power plus air-integration in an ultra-compact package.
CONTACT: subgear.com MSRP: $475