Top 10 Best Dive Computer Watches

Nothing can accompany a diver better than a functional watch. The result of a recent research shows up these ten dive computer watches.

1. Scubapro G2 with Transmitter
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This extended version of Galileo is the ultimate gadget for a professional scuba diver; hence the name- Scubapro. Its intuitive menu structure displayed in full color TFT screen ensures vibrant colors when used underwater with three-button easy control. The battery life is extended through dot matrix TFT screen. Its whole package comes in under $1600 with the motto: use less time reading and more time diving!


2. Aqua Lung i450t
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This is distinguished for diverse diving adventure with the company’s own hoseless gas integration for real-time keeping. Topped with an intuitive menu navigation, this dive computer incorporates digital compass, return-bearing lock and declination adjustment. Its free dive mode allows depth management and multiple gas capability management up to 3 Nitrox mixes. And this whole package comes in at just $800.

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3. Scubapro Mantis 2.0 Wrist Computer
This Mantis 2 wrist-based dive computer serves all—from the amateur recreational to the professional divers neatly. Its cutting-edge biometrics through Human-Factor-Diving  alerts when a diver over-exerts, hence avoiding accidents due to escalating exhaustion. Furthermore, it houses four dive modes, gauge, apnea and CCR. It estimates the tank pressure without the computer. It also houses a compass (for under water and surface) and a HRM belt to monitor heart rate and skin temperature. This loaded functionality pack come in at just over $1000.

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4. Atomic Aquatics Cobalt 2 Dive Computer

This updated version of the same series of Atomic Aquatics Cobalt Dive Computer with 256K full color LCD display, 3D compass and Leak-proof magnetic buttons is unique. Its Air/Nitrox compatible to 99% O2 makes it the ultimate dive gear. Its 40-50 hours battery is another advantage, coming in at just $1350.

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5. Suunto Zoop Novo Dive Computer

What is more than a dive gear with 4-button, easy-to-operate menu navigation coming in under $500. Its enlarged matrix screen with background light allows better contrast to read underwater. It also incorporates built-in dive planner, apnoea timer and the Suunto RGBM algorithm.

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6. Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch

Powered by the company’s exclusive dual algorithm and four operating modes, this dive computer watch uses two Nitrox mixes to 100% O2. It allows both forward and backward navigation and stops in less than 3 minutes. With its auto update feature and incredibly low (for its functionality) price tag ($350), it makes a cool function-style combo.

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7. Mares Smart Wrist Dive Computer

Further in the list is this dive computer watch marked for its clear and user-friendly display. This multi gas, free diving tool comes super handy with two-button navigation. Its mineral glass and segmented display with software up gradation comes home at just $350.

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8. Cressi Newton Wrist Computer

This sporty watch by Cressi is jam packed with functionality—from dive depth, time and ascent rate to possible need of decompression and nitrogen absorption—all come handy on your wrist. Continuous processing and displaying of gases, logging dive history to ready to accept percentage of oxygen mixture—it does all professionally when life is at stake and every calculation is vital. And all these awesomeness comes at an incredible $325.

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9. Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer

Another dive gadget from Cressi at $100 less than the previous; yet stacks up with large display, easy 3-buttton display, log book for 60 dives and a rare complete reset option. What lacks is the air integration from the previous version. It serves beginners and technical divers equally good-at least the large display with clear reading helps. All that at a great price point!

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10. Mares Puck Pro Wrist Computer

Mares gave chills back in 2008, marketing Puck Dive computers at incredibly competitive price. Since then, their artifacts only got smarter, and slimmer; yet larger display. Their full featured RGBM nitro computer displaying super intuitive navigation with degradable firmware and multi-gas capability- comes in at little more than $150.

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To divers in extremely harsh environments, destiny does not spare the smallest mistake. It may take a split second to turn a recreational diving into a life threatened one. When precious life is in question, show no sympathy to the cost of dive computer watches that accompanies you down there—at an extreme pressure, in an extreme environment.

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