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Opinions about the Tusa IQ-400

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba' started by bebo, Oct 1, 2003.

  1. bebo

    bebo Contributor

    I'm cordially inviting to all of you who have any expierence w/ the TUSA IQ-400 (computer) to kindly give me their opinions about it.
    Is it any good? Is it reliable? Where does it stand when compare w/ others computers of its category?
    Feel free to be frank, to be brutal, to be honest!
  2. FLL Diver

    FLL Diver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Minneapolis, MN
    If you want a good, reliable cheap air only computer that you can't download to computer, then it's a good computer. It's OEM made by Suunto (the Favor) for Tusa.

    We have one in the family, and it performs as advertised. Look on eBay - we bought ours used for under $100, but new ones go for about $150.

    I've seen it reported here that the Favor is being discontinued and a new air only computer computer called the Gekko is being introduced. So the Tusa version may be availabel even cheaper.

    But if you need nitrox, or need to be able to download your dives, then you'd be better off with a different model.


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