Mares Smart Dive Computer (Black/White)

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It matters how many features a dive computer has, but it matters more how well its features are carried out. A case in point is Mares' brand-new clever. It does not have the longest list of goodies – there's no air combination or compass – but what it does, it does extremely well. The dive-mode screen is well thought out and easy to see and understand, with data for depth, NDL, dive time and temperature level, together with a tissue-loading bar graph and ascent-rate indication. the alternate-dive-screen data consist of optimum and average depth, gas mix, oxygen-toxicity level and current time. The wise's two-button system is easy to navigate and rational in dive mode, where the upper button customizes the leading row of the display while the lower button toggles through alternate displays on the lower right. Test scuba divers discovered the system very user-friendly. the backlight readies, as are the visual and audible alarms. A large "slow" warns of too-rapid climb, and there are warnings for MOD and oxygen toxicity. there's also a tissue-loading bar graph on the right, although some scuba divers found this a little difficult to see. Scuba divers found the clever amongst the most convenient wrist- watches to read in intense sun, and they also liked its surface-interval countdown timer. In our chamber dives, the Smart's RGBM algorithm was about middle-of-the-road in conservatism. Despite its reasonably modest rate, the smart likewise has a refined look, with its stainless bezel ring and buttons. The Smart was ScubaLab's Best Buy in its category.