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Suunto D9 Dive watch

Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches and Analyzers' started by AtlanticDiver, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. AtlanticDiver

    AtlanticDiver Angel Fish

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    has any buddy sean the new d9 watch
     
  2. tedwhiteva

    tedwhiteva Instructor, Scuba

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    Just on the internet - LP says they are taking deposits and are almost sold out of what they ordered. There is another thread on SB that gives a link to a good internet preview. I bet ts more than $1K!

    Here is link

    http://www.suuntocampaigns.com/D9/
     
  3. OneBrightGator

    OneBrightGator Instructor, Scuba

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    I haven't priced one in a while, but isn't the Vytec over $1k? This thing will definitely be if so.

    Still no 'mix, I'll pass.

    Ben
     
  4. FZJ80

    FZJ80 Instructor, Scuba

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    MSRP is $1775 w/ transmitter, $1275 w/o
     
  5. Arraial

    Arraial Angel Fish

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    Damn... It looks good...
     
  6. SteveD

    SteveD Angel Fish

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    S**T! I just bought a Vytec AI. Should have waited a month.
     
  7. FZJ80

    FZJ80 Instructor, Scuba

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    Return it.
     
  8. teknitroxdiver

    teknitroxdiver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Hudson Valley
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    Dang, that's high!! I'll take a DiveRite He and a real compass!
     
  9. boomx5

    boomx5 DIR Practitioner

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    Why do you need a mixed gas computer?
     
  10. android

    android Solo Diver

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    I'm curious about who will buy this also. It is supposed to be able to monitor three tanks via wireless with different nitrox FO2s on each tank.

    It's good to 660ft, but it seems to be only useful for computing to about 130ft.

    So we're talking tech divers with lots of money that trust computers? Isn't that a limited audience? Seems like an awfully expensive gauge to me.
     

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