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Cressi Leonardo Review – Elegant, Simple, and Functional

The Cressi Leonardo is a great entry-level dive computer and is considered one of the best dive computers for beginners on the market today. So, if you are a new diver looking to buy your first dive computer, the Leonard should be on top of your list. It sports a single button user interface which makes […]

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Suunto Vyper Air Review: A Complete Recreational Dive Computer

  If you’re looking for a full featured nitrox wrist mounted dive computer, then the Suunto Vyper Air would be a great choice. It’s easy to read and intuitive user interface makes it and an excellent choice for beginner divers, whereas its more advanced features, makes it a great companion as you further your dive […]

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Mares Puck Pro Review: Still Simple, Now Slimmer

Mares did it again! After creation the super easy to use, full-featured Puck Nitrox Dive Computer at a very competitive price, you would think that there was not much they could do to improve on this model. However, they went ahead and introduce the new Puck Pro. It still keeps to the ease-of-use philosophy which made […]

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Suunto D6i Review: Stylish and Feature Packed

  If you are a diver who dives more as a way of life than as a hobby, then the Suunto D6I is the perfect dive computer for you. This featured packed watch-sized dive computer is a popular choice for many serious divers. Also, if you often find yourself in situations where other divers rely on […]

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