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Aeris XR-1 Nx dive computer - Online Class

Discussion in 'AERIS' started by DiveNav, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. DiveNav

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    Online Class for the Aeris XR-1 Nx dive computer is now available.


    This class includes 31, professionally made, interactive and effective multimedia audio / visual, several quizzes and a final test packaged in a cost effective online class that will make for an enjoyable user experience.

    The class shows how to program the XR-1 Nx, then takes you for a virtual dive with the XR-1 Nx first with Air using Nitrox. It also covers how to use the XR-1 Nx responds to those potentially dangerous situations that you might encounter while diving.

    Once taken, the XR-1 Nx Online Class doubles as an online Multimedia User Manual that can be consulted from anywhere around the world.

    You can enroll in the XR-1 Nx Online Class either using an Activation Code, or purchasing it for $4.95, or using 500 Bubble Credits. The class will be available for 12 months from enrollment.

    If you purchased an XR-1 Nx after January 1st, 2011 register it with Aeris and they will send you a free Activation Code
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    Ask your Dive Store or your Instructor for an Activation Code.

    As of today at DiveComputerTraining.com[/URL] you can find Online Classes for the following Aeris Dive Computers: XR-1, Manta, Atmos AI, XR-1 Nx

    Alberto (aka eDiver)
     

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