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Scubapro Digital 330 Depth Gauge
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Scubapro Digital 330 Depth Gauge

Scubapro
Customer Rating4 Stars80%

£117.00Ex.VAT £97.50 | SRP £130.00 | Save £13.00

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A very practical instrument that incorporates state-of-the-art microchip technology, and several basic dive instruments into a compact information center. Depth rated to 1082 feet (330 meters).

  • Includes precision digital depth gauge, dive time, and thermometer: displays actual and maximum depth (up to 1082ft), dive time   and temperature (water and air).
  • Automatic turn-on and off: it is automatically ready to dive after a self-test
  • Surface interval displayed for 24 hours
  • Logbook for the last nine dives
  • Automatic altitude compensation
    Variable ascent rates in % and fast ascent warning; variable ascent rate warning (20-66ft/minute) for safer diving.
  • Long battery life for over one thousand 1-hour dives.
  • Temperature (water and air)
  • Will also fit in Scubapro 3 in line and 2/1 console.
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Date:05/04/2013
Scubapro Digital 330 Depth Gauge
Paul Joosten4 Stars

must come back on my last review. my dealer looked at the depth gauge. seemed that i didn't look good. my dive was 1 hour and 6 minutes ( not 55 minutes as i thought underwater.) the " 1" stands under the " 6 " in this way. i did not notice that the " 1 " was a digit. furthermore we looked at the manual. for logbook, you have to use " b" and " c " instead of " a " and " c " . it's wrong in every language. still, it's performance is good.

4 Stars

Date:31/03/2013
Scubapro Digital 330 Depth Gauge
Chris Smith5 Stars

vital for tec divers, will last for years, simple, clear to read and understand. fits on the arm perfectly and compliments a dive computer very well.

5 Stars

Date:31/03/2013
Scubapro Digital 330 Depth Gauge
Paul Joosten3 Stars

alas, on the first dive i made with it: 20,1 meters deep ,55 minutes in water from 4 degrees c, in the history this could not be found. it recorded: 20,1 m , 6 minutes, 4 c. so i have to send it back. i did like the performance under water, although the illumination wasn't as i hoped for. in the ownersmanual, you can read, that when you light the screen with your tourch, you can see the illumination for a minute or so. that did not work so greatly. on the positive side, the figures on the sreen are clear.

3 Stars

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About ScubaproExpand
SCUBAPRO first appeared in the scuba diving world in the early 1960's. It was guided by two men, Gustav Dalla Valle and Dick Bonin. They brought to the market many innovations for diving that are still being used today. The 1964 catalog featured everything the diver could want, including regulators, recompression chambers, and submarines. In 1965 the first version of the Jet fin first appeared. After 40 years the fin is still popular with technical and military divers worldwide and is one of the most copied scuba products ever sold. In 1966 the catalog also added the Automatic Decompression meter, a forerunner to the modern dive computer. Back mount BC's, weight integrated systems, the Classic style STAB jacket, and other innovations continued to be introduced throughout the years. UWATEC was founded in 1983 in Hallwil, in the heart of Switzerland. In 1987 they introduced their first dive computer, the Aladin PRO. It was quickly established as the standard in the industry. By the early 1990s, UWATEC was synonymous for diving computers. Joining Johnson Outdoors and SCUBAPRO in 1997, UWATEC continues to be a leading innovator in the industry. Today, SCUBAPRO UWATEC remains a premier manufacturer of scuba diving equipment and employs over 400 people in 17 locations spread over 13 countries, covering 4 continents. At least 1 in every 2 employees is a diver and in several countries over 80% are divers, and over a third are instructors. SCUBAPRO UWATEC is part of Johnson Outdoors Inc.