The AquaLung i300 is a wrist mounted dive computer with high quality materials and algorithms at an affordable price. The large display is combined with a low profile design for an easy-to-read streamlined computer that won’t stand out and get stuck on straps.
Whether you dive on Air, Nitrox or you’re Freediving the i300 computer will work for you with one of it’s modes. Dive mode is for Air and Nitrox that you can change up-to 50% O2. Gauge mode acts as a simple depth gauge and bottom timer but won’t record your decompression data. Freedive mode is for snorkellers and will measure your depth frequently but will not alarm when you ascend quickly.
User Changeable Battery
You no longer need to take your dive computer into the dive centre to get the battery changed. Keep a spare battery with you when you travel to avoid disappointment and you can change the battery over yourself in-between dives if you need to as the i300 will maintain settings and calculations between battery changes.
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Control Buttons Stainless Steel with knurled texture
User changeable battery and Data retention
Audible alarms and high-visibility LED warning light for additional safety
User-updatable software gives access to the latest features and upgrade (must purchase optional download cable)
Pre-Dive planning feature allows a preview of your next dive
Single button access to last dive display (max depth and bottom time)
History Mode includes total number of dives, max depth, total dive hours, and lowest temperature
Nitrox mix to 50% O2
Deep stop with countdown timer setting
Salt or fresh water dive selection
Automatic altitude adjustment ensures an accurate profile
Simple to use with DiverLog software on the Mac or PC platforms
INCLUDED IN THE BOX
-i300 Dive Computer
-Safety Reference card
-Quick Reference card
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