The Cressi Giotto is the second recreational dive computer to be completely designed and developed by Cressi’s new computer R&D department and manufactured in their own factory. A combination of new materials and electronics have allowed the creation of a large, clear display computer with a low profile and slim fit.
The extra space created inside has allowed for further development of the electronics for a more advanced dive computer. The screen has been enlarged for clearer visibility without affecting the overall size of the unit. The electronics and motherboard of the Giotto have been specifically designed to be very energy efficient for a longer battery life. Three button operating buttons have been fitted in to the casing make the menu system simple to use.
The Giotto uses a collaborative algorithm developed by Cressi and Bruce Wienk and is based upon the Haldene model. The algorithm integrates ‘Reduced Gradient Bubble Model’ (RGBM) to ensure safe decompression calculations. A deep stop option has also been included to offer a deeper decompression stop which can be switched on and off as required by the diver. The dive computer supports the use of air and nitrox mixes up to 99% with control over the FO2 values between 1.2 and 1.6 bar