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Cressi Leonardo Review: Simple, Elegant and Functional

The Cressi Leonardo is considered one of the best dive computers for beginners on the market today. So, if you are a new diver and looking to buy your first dive computer, the Leonard should be on top of your list. It sports a single button user interface which makes programming and operating the dive computer very user-friendly […]

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Suunto Zoop Novo Review: Still The Best Entry-Level Dive Computer

Suunto is recognized as a global leader in innovative dive computers, and the Suunto Zoop Novo continues that tradition.  The Zoop Novo is a fantastic entry-level dive computer, handily outperforming similarly-priced competitors. For many recreational divers, the Zoop Novo may be the only dive computer they will ever need. And for those who eventually want […]

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Suunto Vyper Novo Review: A Robust Dive Computer Great For Advanced Diving

The Suunto Vyper Novo is the next generation of the popular Suunto Vyper line and is a great dive computer for intermediate divers who have graduated from the Suunto Zoop and need more-advanced features. Unlike the original Vyper and the Zoop, the Vyper Novo boasts air integration, 3 gas mixes, and free dive modes, with […]

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Suunto EON Steel Review: Fully Customizable, Extremely Durable, Color Display

Finnish company Suunto is known worldwide for making high-end dive computers, and the Suunto Eon Steel lives up to the reputation of the company and the brand. The rechargeable battery, Bluetooth capabilities, and support for up to 10 pods help to make this dive computer robust enough for even the most advanced divers. The Eon […]

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Scubapro G2 Review: Easy to Read. Easy to Use. Easy to Love.

Scubapro has been creating legendary dive equipment since 1963 and is known for performance and reliability and the new Scubapro G2 Dive Computer is no different. Users of the Scubapro Galileo will already be familiar with the simple 3-button operation of the G2, and Galileo accessories are compatible with the updated model. Also, the bright […]

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Aqua Lung i750TC Review: A Compact Color-Screen Computer That’s Simple To Use

Aqua Lung has been making scuba gear for over 70 years and the care and attention to detail shows in the i750TC. The PVD finish is durable, resistant to wear, and does not reflect sunlight in shallow water. Data retention stores your dives and settings even when you are changing the battery. The bright OLED color […]

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