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Mares puck pro screen protection.

Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches and Analyzers' started by CUMBIAMAN, Jun 7, 2018.

  1. CUMBIAMAN

    CUMBIAMAN Angel Fish

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    I just got a new Puck Pro and noticed it does not have any screen protection, some other computers (Cressi Leonardo) have a "bump on" protection. How easy is to scratch or damage the screen for the puck pro?
     
  2. Hatul

    Hatul Solo Diver

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    My solution is to get a Zagg screen protector for an iPad, cut it to the size of your screen and apply. The ones that work well are the wet application type. After it dries it stays put during dives.
     
  3. diversteve

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  4. CUMBIAMAN

    CUMBIAMAN Angel Fish

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    Thanks for your recommendations, not really the answer I was looking for but helpful.
    It looks like the screen is crystal so it would be tougher than a plastic one?
    Does anyone has experienced any scratch on this computer?
     
  5. diversteve

    diversteve always tired Rest in Peace ScubaBoard Supporter

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    your call on that...
     
  6. Scuba Scott

    Scuba Scott Instructor, Scuba ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I wouldn't worry about it. It is not a super expensive computer and you probably won't scratch the glass. If you do get a few scratches they shouldn't really be visible in the water.
    Not that it is not worth protecting because it is less expensive but what percentage of the replacement cost are you willing to pay to protect it from a few scratches?
     

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