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And the winner is ...... George Probst from Blacksburg, VA.!
This is what George had to say about the VT3 and the related online class:
"I have recently used the VT3 while diving off the coast of Morehead City, NC during some sand tiger shark dives among some of the wrecks out there. The online class had me ready to go on my first dive, and I was already familiar with the use of the computer due to the online training. I had never dived using a computer before, and I really felt like the VT3 makes for a much safer diving experience with its alerts system. The integrated air sensor also cut down on drag, and the watch-style computer placed all the information I need right at my wrist. Overall, I had a great initial experience with the VT3."
Safe diving George and tell your friends about DiveComputerTraining