Suunto launched a new big-display dive computer the Suunto Zoop Novo. This new dive computer will replace the iconic Zoop. The Suunto Zoop Novo is an easy to use entry level dive computer packed full of features. The large display, dot matrix screen and four button user interface make the Zoop Novo one of the easiest computers to use and understand with minimal training.
The Suunto Zoop Novo has everything that a diver needs in a dive computer whether the diver is just starting out or looking to buy a new dive computer. It comes with a big, super-bright backlit display which makes it easy to understand key dive data at a glance. This simple to use dive computer includes full decompression capabilities, five dive modes (Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free and Off) and straight-forward, menu-based Suunto user interface.
The Suunto Zoop Novo has large segment digits display the depth at the top and the central section has a dot matrix screen that can display more complex information easily and spell out what each piece of information means. This dive computer has four button user interface allows for an easy to use menu structure similar to other high-end Suunto computers so navigating the Zoop is quick and easy. The screen itself has a backlight to illuminate itself in the dark and will also glow in the dark when charged by a torch or bright light.
The Suunto D4i Novo is the latest version of the lightweight, compact and great all round dive computer. Function wise the D4i Novo has all the same features and abilities as the original D4i but Suunto have spent time improving the aesthetics to make the Novo more stylish.
The cosmetic improvements include a new silicone strap which is like velvet to touch, making it much softer, more flexible and more comfortable to wear. The strap and housing have also been precisely colour matched so rather than just a bit of colour inserted into the strap of the original D4i the whole unit is now a vibrant and consistent colour. A subtle change to the display surround gives it a more professional look. The buttons now have a gloss finish which matches the black gloss finish applied to the bezel and buckle which were previously chrome.
The White version of the D4i Novo is finished with chrome trim rather than polished black. The dive computer itself still remains a fully functional decompression unit which features three dive modes, supports nitrox use, a partial dot matrix display which makes the information much easier to understand, wireless air integration when used with the optional Suunto transmitter, PC/Mac interface included to transfer dive profiles to a computer as well as providing full watch functions when not diving.
The Suunto D6i Novo is a sleek and smart dive computer that you can wear to the office and then straight to the dive site. If you dive on Air, Nitrox or simply Freedive the D6i will tell you everything you need to know with a simple user interface and easy to read screen.
The steel case has a new anti fingerprint coating which reduces dirt and grease stains on the unit. Sapphire crystal glass has an anti reflective coating to reduce glare and is rated as the hardest glass material in the world. Silicone straps have a quality feel and do not age like conventional rubber straps.
Dive mode is your everyday dive mode that uses a continuous RGBM algorithm to calculate your No Decompression Limit on normal air. Nitrox mode allows you to change your Oxygen percentage when diving on Nitrox. Gauge mode makes the computer act purely as a depth gauge and timer and won’t work out your NDL. Free mode is for snorkelers and freedivers with a more frequent sampling rate and a surface timer. Off mode is for everyday use so the computer doesn’t record your swim in the pool as a dive.
Wireless Air Pressure
Paired with a wireless transmitter on your 1st stage the D6i Novo will tell you how much gas you have left in your cylinder. The D6i Novo can combine this with your current depth and breathing rate to tell you how long your air will last in minutes so you can better plan your dive on your gas supply. You can also set up alerts when you get to a certain pressure so you don’t have to keep as closer eye on your gauges.
From its titanium frame to sapphire glass, everything about Suunto D9tx is designed to impress. D9tx is an award-winning design for divers who demand the best. A trimix-compatible dive computer opens up the increasingly popular world of technical diving – including wreck and cave diving – by allowing you to explore the depths for longer. Suunto’s innovative tilt-compensated electronic 3D compass redefines underwater navigation. Regardless of the angle of your wrist, you’ll have full confidence in the accuracy of your bearings.
Hassle-free tank pressure monitoring
With optional wireless air integration, Suunto D9tx allows you to monitor tank pressure and air consumption from your wrist. Tank pressure is displayed both numerically and graphically, and an estimation of the remaining air time is given throughout the dive.
Using the Suunto technical RGBM algorithm, Suunto D9tx enables continuous decompression for optimal ascent time. The Deep Stops add further protection with a series of deep stops between your maximum depth and ceiling. â€¨â€¨
Suunto D9tx has three dive modes. The Air mode is used for diving with standard air, the Mixed Gas mode for up to eight different gas mixes, and the Gauge mode for use as a bottom timer. D9tx supports Trimix in Mixed Gas mode, and you can accelerate decompression by switching to a gas mix with a higher oxygen percentage. You can preset eight different gas mixes (with oxygen between 8% and 99% and helium between 0% and 92%) and set PO2 values for each individual gas. It’s also quick and easy to switch between enabled gas mixes during your dive.
In Gauge mode, Suunto D9tx works as a bottom timer and also provides accurate profile sampling and bookmarking functions. A dive timer with a reset function displays the dive time in minutes and seconds. This is extremely useful for timing accurate bottom times and decompression stops.