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I am buying my first dive computer and consequently I am selling my Uwatec Digital Depth Gauge. I have used it on approximately 50 dives and it has always been reliable. It can be worn on your wrist or put on a dive console.
Price: GBP55 (not including cost for shipping from Japan). It currently retails in the UK at approximately GBP99. It has one minor scratch on the surface. Payment via Paypal please.
Please PM me if you have any questions or would like to see a picture. If requesting a picture, please include an email address that I can send them to.
Here is further information:
* Automatic turn-on and off
* No need to reset, its automatically ready to dive after a self-test.
* Dive depth
* Precision gauge, showing up to 99 m.
* Maximum depth displayed
* No mistake possible for the ulterior calculations.
* Dive time in minutes and hours
* Once 1.2 m deep has been reached.
* Temperature (water and air)
* To let you adapt your dive profile and decompression.
* Rate of ascent in %
* If you ascend too quickly, it will advise you to slow down with an upside arrow.
* Variable ascent rate 7-20 m/mm as per Aladin dive computers to help prevention of microbubbles formation
* Surface interval displayed for 24 hours
* Planning of repetitive dives is easy, without any mistake.
* Log book of the last nine dives
* To periodically fill up your logbook.
* Automatic altitude compensation
* No need for special depth calculations.
* 11 year battery life (based on 100 dives/year)
* Reliable for years.
You may not want to hear this, but I am a tech diver as are all of my friends, and we all dive computers, and we ALL use a uwatec or OMS bottom timer as well. REDUNDANCY is under rated. I would definitely KEEP your timer if you can afford to, and use both. Most dive computer companies tell you that you must refrain from diving for 48 hours if your computer malfunctions .... if you have a redundant bottom timer, than you never need to miss those dives.