|Dive Computer Model||Cressi Leonardo||Oceanic Geo 2.0||Cressi Giotto||Suunto Eon Steel||Atomic Cobalt 2|
|Mixed Gas Compatible|
Best Dive Computer Reviews
The Cressi Leonardo dive computer is an entry level dive computer designed primarily for new divers who want to get used to using a dive computer. This computer is rugged and well built and uses a single button to navigate through the menu and make your dive selections. It is also water activated so you don?t have to worry about forgetting to change the computer to dive mode, as it automatically goes into dive mode the moment it is submerged in water.
|Cressi Leonardo Price Comparison|
|Cressi Leonardo Scuba Dive Computer - Wrist (Black/Gray)||$199.95|
|Cressi Leonardo Wrist Computer ~Exclusive Edition Limited Availability "Black/Red" Color. Black/Silver||$249.95|
The Oceanic Geo 2 ?dive computer is a watch style computer that has a nice
low style profile allowing this computer to be used as watch for every day use. When worn as a watch it resembles a nice looking sports watch, but don?t mistake this for an ordinary watch, it is a highly functional dive computer.?This Oceanic Geo 2 dive computer has Oceanic?s dual algorithm that allows any diver to adjust their computer to match their dive buddy?s computers algorithm making for a safer dive everyone concerned.
|Oceanic Geo 2.0 Price Comparison|
|Oceanic GEO 2.0 Computer, Slate Blue|
|Oceanic GEO 2.0 Wrist Computer ~a FREE Digital online class to get the most out of your dive computer.||$399.95|
Don?t let the fact that the Giotto is only the second dive computer designed and built by Cressi make you think that this computer is lacking in either features or functions. This is an entry level dive computer designed primarily for entry level recreational divers, but suitable for use for any diver who wants to use a dive computer, but has difficulty reading the smaller numbers on other computers. While not exactly loaded with all the bells and whistles this computer does offer all the important features in a format that is extremely user friendly.
|Cressi Giotto Price Comparison|
|Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer, Black/Blue||$297.00|
|Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer ~Exclusive Limited Time All Black Color Only Via LeisurePro.com||$349.95|
Suunto Eon Steel
When you purchase the Suunto EON steel computer with boot it comes with everything you will need right in the box to get your computer up and running. However, don?t expect to simply press a button and have your computer turn on, because it won?t. It comes in sleep mode and needs to be connected to Dive manager to wake it up. This is a simple process as you simply plug in the USB cord that comes in the box, plug into computer?s USB and connect to dive manager. Once your dive computer turn on you are ready to check it out and customize your display.
|Suunto Eon Steel Price Comparison|
|Suunto EON Steel Dive Computer|
The Atomic Cobalt 2 Dive Computer comes is an inline dive computer that fits easily in your hand and comes with a hose, USB connection and cable for transferring information to your personal computer or laptop. A charger for charging the lithium ion battery. It has a protective rubberized (actual nylon) body that protects the computer from bumps and drops and makes it easy to grip underwater.
|Atomic Cobalt 2 Price Comparison|
|Atomic Aquatics Cobalt Dive Computer Console, with Digital Compass & Quick Disconnect||$1,225.00|
|Atomic Cobalt 2, Air Integrated Computer Console||$1,349.95|