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Shearwater Peregrine

Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches & Analyzers' started by lowwall, Jul 23, 2020.

  1. Diving Dubai

    Diving Dubai Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
    That's nice for you, but you missed the point

    I've got a rechargeable Eon, and a Perdix which can use rechargeable batteries (charged outside computer) MY preference is none wirless charging because of the points I raised above. Others my differ, which is fine.

    The point is, there's no one method that suits 100% of the users
  2. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Serbia
    I prefer the replacable batteries, or an more popular standard.
    I'd hate to miss on a dive because I broke my super proprietary charging cable.
    kelemvor likes this.
  3. Joneill

    Joneill ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: New Jersey, USA
    It's certainly a cost/benefit analysis that each indiviadual needs to make. I'm not suggesting that it's mandatory - just a nice feature if one can afford it.
  4. drk5036

    drk5036 ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Sapporo, Japan
    The charging method used by the peregrine is the same as basically every cell phone on the market.
  5. Manatee Diver

    Manatee Diver Stop throwing lettuce at me! ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: None - Not Certified
    Location: Tampa Bay, FL
    I use the same charger for my Teric as I use for my cellphone on trips. And I keep a spare one because they are so small.
    eleniel likes this.
  6. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Serbia
    Yeah, that's a good one. I was thinking more about Suunto or other rechargable DC's.

    My preference is AA battery. My OSTC is perfect with that. 100hrs battery life and easily replacable.
  7. dmaziuk

    dmaziuk Regular of the Pub

    :rolleyes: Kids these days...

    I'm very happy with wireless chargers on my sonicare toothbrush, and on my waterpick flosser. Not on my flashlight batteries, nor on my vaporizer.
  8. dmaziuk

    dmaziuk Regular of the Pub

    Yeah, mine actually does everything I need and nothing I don't for 2+ years off a CR2430... I'm old, can you tell?
  9. rsingler

    rsingler Scuba Instructor, Tinkerer in Brass Staff Member ScubaBoard Sponsor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Napa, California
    I was looking for a similar answer. You can't reassign NDL in any Rec Mode, and 3‐gas Nitrox is just OC Rec renamed.
    Only in OC Tec can you pick what appears once NDL hits zero. For me, that's SurGF, since TTS is already in another field.

    At least, I think those are the rules.
  10. Barnaby'sDad

    Barnaby'sDad ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Virginia
    Mine is generally close enough (start is anywhere from 3,200 to 3,500 psi) that it doesn’t matter for the kind of diving that I do, but I do like to note the exact beginning and end pressure for each dive.

    If I’m going to be doing 2+ dives before I get back to my setup station I bring my dive slate. Prior to gearing up... I write:

    Dive 1

    Start PSI:
    End PSI:

    Dive 2

    Start PSI:
    End PSI:

    I just make the note on the pressure prior to starting the second dive. If I had AI instead, that would eliminate the need for the dive slate, but it would have also cost me an additional $700+ (I just ordered a Peregrine).

    For the foreseeable future, I’ll continue to note my gas usage in that manner until I have a chance to log it.
    Hoag and drk5036 like this.

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