Suunto DX Titanium Bracelet Computer With Usb
Price RM7,847.00
Brand Suunto
Size (L x W x H) 25 cm x 20 cm x 25 cm
Reward Points 78
Points Needed 7847
Availability In Stock
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The Suunto DX is built on the award-winning Suunto D9tx design and is the ultimate tool for open-circuit and closed-circuit rebreather divers. The DX was created especially to meet the needs of technical divers. It eliminates the need to constantly monitor depth, time, and when to switch gases. Even without input from the diver, the new Suunto's fused RGBM can automatically switch between models to effectively manage the risks of decompression sickness, helps maximize bottom time while minimizing ascent time. After each dive, you can easily transfer your dive data to your computer for further analysis using the optional Suunto DM4 software (includes a detailed logbook featuring a graphical representation of all your dives).


Suunto DX Titanium Bracelet Computer With Usb Features:


  • Created especially to meet the needs of technical divers
  • Ultimate Tool for Open-Circuit and Re-Breather Divers
  • Very-First of its Kind to Feature Closed-Circuit-Re-Breather (CCR) Compatibility
  • TRIMIX support: helium and oxygen, gas switching between 8 gases, and 5 modes that include: CCR, air, mixed gas, gauge and a built-in dive planner.
  • Electro-Luminescent Backlight


Suunto DX Titanium Bracelet Computer With Usb Reviews by netizens:


“Great dive watch!”

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