Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer –


The Cressi Leonardo is the first dive computer they have designed and built in house. It is a wrist mounted dive computer with full decompression information and is compatible with Air and Nitrox mixes.

The large, clear display makes it very easy to read the display and the single button operation provides an efficient means of navigating the menu system.

Audible and visual alarms alert the user to important information and a backlight helps to keep the display readable even in low visibility conditions.

A user changeable battery helps to keep maintenance costs to a minimum throughout the life of the computer.


Simon Millward says:

You mentioned that the Cressi Leonardo has a “free-dive” mode. Is that right? I’ve done a lot of research and I haven’t seen any mention of a free-dive mode. I used this dive computer for my PADI Open Water, and I really liked it. But, if it has no free-dive mode, then I’ll probably go for a Suunto Zoop Novo (even though I prefer the Leonardo).

GadgetMedia Pro says:

Thank you so much now me and my dad can dive

Scuba Diving says:

Have you figured out how to turn off some alarms? Seems to not be an option. Arm movement will trigger the ascent alarm.

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