Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer, Black/White
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- The 3 buttons dive computer provides all the necessary information in regards to depth, dive times, possible need of decompression, ascent rate and all the surface intervals between dives.
- Dive program: full processing of dive data, including decompression if applicable, for every dive performed with air or nitrox.
- Full setting of FO2 parameters (oxygen percentage) and PO2 (oxygen partial pressure) with the option to set PO2 between 1.2 bar and 1.6 bar, and FO2 from 21% and 99%.
- Log book (70 hr or 60 dives) complete with dive profile. Possibility to download the data on the PC with the Cressi interface (not included).
- Deep stop can be turned on or off. Visual and auditory alarms. Built-in calendar and clock. Backlit display. Made in Italy.
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The 3 buttons computer Giotto by Cressi will provide all the necessary information in regards to depth, dive times, possible need of decompression, ascent rate and all the surface intervals between dives. Nitrogen absorption and release is continuously processed by its sophisticated software, taking into account the quantity of inert gas contained in the different mixtures that can be used. This information is shown on the device’s display thanks to the PCD (Priority Compartment Digit Display) system that allows an easy and direct "dialogue" between the diver and the computer, ensuring a clear understanding of all the data needed at any given time and a perfect readability in any situation. The computer is provided with clock, chronograph and calendar and a versatile dive memory (logbook). The mathematical model of Giotto can make saturation and desaturation calculations of dives carried out both with air and with Nitrox in any moment of the dive. In this last case you can set all the parameters related to the mixture of our dive: from the maximum allowed PO2 value (between 1.2 bar and 1.6 bar), to the mixture’s oxygen percentage (FO2): between 21% and 99% of O2. Additionally, the device may be set by the user for either metric (m-ºC) or feet system (ft-ºF). Giotto dive computer can be connected to a personal computer.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8 x 9 x 10 inches; 10.41 Ounces
- Item model number : KS740150
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
- Date First Available : May 2, 2013
- Manufacturer : Cressi
- ASIN : B00CM0NBH0
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I used this computer exclusively on a week-long dive trip, doing 18 dives over the course of almost 6 days. The computer performed well.
The interface is fairly intuitive and the three button controls make it easy to navigate. I had trouble figuring out how to create a dive plan, and will have to refer back to the instruction manual. This was the one thing that was not intuitive.
However, during a dive, all the critical information is on the screen: depth, max depth, bottom time, no decompression time and so forth. After a dive it displays the surface interval and saturation time, as well as a no-fly indicator.
A couple of things that I was less than thrilled about:
-the battery was a little difficult to locate (CR2430) and after a few stops, I found a spare at a specialty shop
-the wrist strap is huge; had to cut off two inches so it wouldn't overlap the computer face when it was on my wrist
-couldn't figure out how to turn the light on during a night dive and had to reference the computer with a flashlight. this should really be more intuitive.
-as previously mentioned, couldn't figure out how to program a dive plan without referencing the instruction manual
I do wish it had the option to add a wireless integrated air monitor, but when I get to that point, I'll probably sell this and upgrade to a new computer.
Other than these things, it's a well-constructed computer that is good for entry level divers, and supports multiple gas mixtures.
I look forward to many years of diving with it.