The sheepfoot-style serrated blade is made of flat-ground VG-10 stainless steel, and has a blunt tip to reduce the chances of accidental puncture. The handle is textured with injection-molded FRN scales, so it’s easy to hold onto.
In keeping with Pelican’s long tradition of dependable dive lights, most Nemo Series lights feature a double o-ring seal design and submersible ratings of up to 100 meters underwater. Engineered with the brightest and most efficient bulbs and LEDs, the lights are designed to offer maximum run time and visibility for extended underwater adventures.
Cressi’s PC Interface Kit for its Leonardo dive computer is compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems that can be downloaded at www.cressi.com. Once the appropriate software package is installed on your personal computer, simply connect the module to your PC using the included USB cord. Then place your Leonardo face-down in the cradle and you’re ready to start transferring and printing out dive profile data.
Liquivision’s Xeo Trimix Dive Computer is made for divers who want to explore tec diving. Depth-rated to over 600 feet, the Xeo can be programmed with up to 10 gases and used for both open circuit and rebreather diving. It comes preloaded with the Buhlmann-GF algorithm and an optional RGBM upgrade. Switch gases or set-points under water by simply tapping on the casing. A Xeo Dive Computer Distinctive Specialty Course is now available from PADI.
The new Liquivision Kaon Air and Nitrox dive computer is a very readable and easy-to-use wrist computer. Its high-contrast OLED display, which can be read in any conditions, uses large fonts, and you can select your own menu colors to ultimately personalize your unit. To set deco gases simply tap on the casing to go through the menus and make selections.