Dive computers are ubiquitous in the scuba community. As responsible divers, we should still understand the theory behind the calculations they make.
Most people who enter the world of technical diving will already have a dive computer, but there are a few extra considerations when it comes to choosing the right computer for technical diving.
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Two divers on the same dive may have vastly different readings on their dive computers. Why does this happen, and how do you know which dive computer is right for you?
Cressi went on the popular Science Channel TV show “How It’s Made” to give viewers a behind-the-scenes peek at how a dive computer is put together.
The dive computer has become an essential piece of equipment, and yet many people don’t have one, refuse to rent one or attempt to share one. Here’s why you should have your own dive computer.
With so many choices on the market, which type of dive computer is right for you?
A reliable dive computer has become a must-have accessory when diving. Now, a new generation of iPhone-like computers has hit the market. Is it time to upgrade?
This advanced tech-dive computer is rebreather compatible
How many times have you tried and failed to get your buddy’s attention underwater? Most of the time it’s just to point out something of interest that they missed, but sometimes an inability to signal your buddy could be a matter of life or death.