Aqua Lung's range of dive computers has something for everyone!
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Aqua Lung's claim of 'Complex Made Easy' is spot when it comes to their smart range of wrist mounted dive computers.
Compare Aqua Lung's wrist mounted dive computers
Aqua Lung currently have 5 wrist mounted dive computers to choose from. These range from their entry level i100C with the basic features brand-new divers need, right through to the multi gas, air integrated i770R.
All Aqua Lung Dive Computers have audible alarms and will automatically adjust to your current altitude.
Aqua Lung's mid level dive computers have Bluetooth and are ready to sync and upload your dive profile. These use low-energy wireless network technology to transmit information between the dive computer and your mobile device.
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Aqua Lung i100
Aqua Lung i200
Aqua Lung i300C
Aqua Lung have very cleverly cornered a section of the entry-level and recreational scuba diving market by introducing the i300C with Bluetooth.
Aqua Lung i450T
Aqua Lung i770R
Firmware updates available with DiverLog
DiverLog is a digital logbook that allows you to record and share all of your diving data. It comes in 2 versions - a Free (Lite) version, and a paid version.
Diverlog Desktop provides the same functionality, syncing your dive computer to your desktop via a direct connect cable via the Diverlog Cloud.
The DiverLog+ app allows you to remotely control all your dive computer settings, view dive log and profile data, add locations, notes and other details from your dives. It also lets you to share your photos, stats, and dive site locations on social media.
Functions available on the DiverLog (Lite version) include:
Authored by Sharon Swanson
Reviewed by Terence Moore PADI MSDT 101658
Since taking up Scuba diving in 1983, Terry Moore has been diving at some of the world's greatest dive spots, and to date has over 3,000 dives under his belt. As well as being a PADI Diving Instructor, Terry has worked in the offshore live-aboard diving industry teaching Underwater Photography and other specialty courses.
Terry has dived off the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Palau, Truk Lagoon, Belize C.A. and numerous places throughout the Caribbean. He's pretty much dived wherever there was water deep enough to dive in.
You can visit Terry's website at: www.padidivepro.com