Mares Puck Wrist Dive Computer
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- DEPTH: 492 feet
- RGBM (Reduced Gradient Bubble Model)-algorithm
- Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer
- Precautionary Program Settings
- Nitrox Programmable (21-50%)
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|Color||Black Grey, Old Model|
|Package Height||4.6 x 5.2 x 7.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.67 pounds|
The new Puck series computer from Mares is perfect for those in need of pure ease. A full function RGBM dive computer with larger digits for easy reading and backlight on demand. The Mares Puck Dive Computer has a single button with easy access to smoothly scroll through the menu options. Also available in 2 gauge (style 414420) and 3 gauge (style 414421) consoles.
Color: Black Grey, Old Model
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Top customer reviews
The two features I liked best about this computer were the safety stop countdown tool and the surface time counter. Safety stop feature looks like it kicks in at exactly 20 feet for the countdown. I found that really handy, even in drifts with high surge. The surface interval timer worked like a charm too and very helpful for repetitive dives. I've logged 23 dives so far with it, and am very happy.
I dive 2-3 times a week (I live in the Caribbean) and even use nitrox sometimes and I don't need any more than this. Unless you're doing some sort of tech diving, this is perfect. It's VERY conservative on deco time which can be irritating, but also good for newer divers.
Btw, people kept telling me the "one button" will irritate me, I don't see the issue with it. Press to scroll through and hold to select. No problem.
One of my dives was at night and I could not remember how to get the back light to turn on. I used my flashlight to read it though and that worked fine. I tried the back light in my bedroom afterwards and it works fine.
The manual recommends taking the unit to a service center for battery replacement. It seems odd that 2/3 of the units shipped needing service. I don't have time to do this before our trip, so I carefully changed the batteries in the dead units. I used silicone grease to lubricate the O-rings and carefully installed the lids. I guess I won't know if I did it right when we make our first dive.