Cressi’s Giotto is an air-nitrox wrist-mount dive computer with a new RGBM algorithm. Able to program two gas mixes up to 99 percent nitrox, the Giotto’s screen displays data in easy to understand sections. A screen prompt lets you know what mode you’re in so you can’t get lost. The Giotto is powered by a user replaceable battery and comes with an extra -long wrist strap.
This new three-gas data-cruncher combines the high readability of a full-color, customizable OLED screen with wireless air integration, an intuitive navigation system that eschews buttons for a menu-based finger “tap” system, and so much more.
Celebrate the Holidays and your love of diving by treating yourself or a loved one with a new Suunto Wrist Top computer and receive a FREE Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter.With the Suunto Wireless tank pressure transmitter and a compatible dive computer, you can keep track of tank pressure, air consumption, and estimated air time – as well as dive depth and time – directly from your wrist. Real-time air consumption data is stored on your dive computer so you can track it from dive to dive using Suunto DM4 software.
Liquivision has just posted simulators for their recreational Kaon air and nitrox dive computer, their Xeo trimix dive computer and their Xen botton timer online. You can download the simulators from www.liquivision.com and experience all the features and functionality of their innovative dive computers from the comfort of your home. When you download your simulator of choice, you will have a chance to enter your name and email address to participate in the raffle and have a chance at winning a free dive computer!
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.
An algorithm is the mathematical formula a dive computer uses that factors in real-time measurements of depth, gas mix, time at depth—and, depending on the algorithm, potentially lots of other data—to calculate how long you can stay under water with a reasonable degree of assurance that you won’t get hit with decompression sickness (DCS).