Dive Computer History – From Analog to Digital

Many technical advances have come from military needs. Dive computers are not different. The Navy needed a reliable system for their underwater warfare. They met in 1951 with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in California. The requirements the Navy had was to get a device that reliably monitors the nitrogen loading in the body of […]

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What you need to know about Diving with Nitrox

Nitrogen and Oxygen are part of the air we breathe. During diving, Nitrogen concentrations increase in the body and can cause decompression sickness (the bends) when you ascend too fast. The thought behind Nitrox is that the concentration of nitrogen in the gas you breathe is reduced while the concentration of oxygen is increased. This […]

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In-Depth Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer Review – Buying Advice

Dive computers are used by many or nearly all scuba divers today. They replaced the complicated dive tables through the years and gained capabilities with every new model coming out. A reliable and established model is the Cressi Leonardo dive computer that we’ll have a closer look at in this review. The Cressi Leonardo wrist […]

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What is a Scuba Dive Computer?

Before the age of dive computers it was necessary to use dive tables to figure out how long you can stay under water and how many stops you had to make when coming up to avoid risking decompression sickness. You also needed a depth gauge to measure your depth and a dive watch to know […]

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Suunto D4i Novo Dive Computer Review

Since dive computers were introduced they gained more and more popularity. There are many models out there targeting all levels of different divers with regards to their experience. One of these is the Suunto D4i Novo dive computer. The D4i series has been around for a while and the ‘Novo’ indicates that this is the […]

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