Mares Smart Wrist Dive Computer
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- Super sharp and clear display
- Perfect ergonomics and user-friendliness and gas switching
- Mineral glass display
- Segmented display
- Software upgrade ability
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Super Sharp and Clear Display, Perfect Ergonomics and User-friendliness, All around capable of Multi gas and free diving. Quintessential: representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class. What happens when you add the superior sharpness of segmented characters, clarity of a perfectly laid-out display, and top it off with ergonomic advantages of two buttons? You get Smart, probably the smartest computer on the market. Smart replicates the excellent display of the Puck Pro, adding an additional button, buttons repositioned to the side, all packaged into a much slimmer profile. On the surface, adjust your nitrox settings or view your logbook with ease. Underwater, you can manage alternate depth information (top row), completely independent from the ancillary information displayed in the bottom row. We've finished it with a two-color strap and unique design, making this the perfect companion for your time away from diving. EAN (NITROX) from 21% to 99%
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- two button operation is very intuitive
- display is easy to read
- reasonably good watch functionality
- looks decent and is not overly large on a man's arm.
- Support hotline (US) is prompt and knowledgeable
The could be better:
- watch alarm is not very loud. I wouldn't want to rely on it for making the dive boat in the morning.
The rant about the bad:
Apparently Marres decided that once you use Freedive mode, it will lock the computer into it for 24h for safety reasons. Here is the thing. I took the new computer snorkeling in Freedive mode and went down once to 11ft for about 30s to test its pressure sensor and alarm sounds. The next day when I went scuba diving I discovered that I could not get out of freedive mode. It was stuck in freedive mode and I could only use it as a rudimentary timer and depth gauge. Thanks for making my scuba dives "safe"!
After calling Marres support, I know why. There is warning statement in the manual that says "Do not practice free diving within 24 hours of having performed a scuba dive." OK fine. I got the warning. I understand it. But why didn't you tell me that you are actually LOCKING the dive computer into freedive mode? There is no indication on the display telling you why you cannot get out of freedive mode. At least there should be a timer displayed or something. But the better way to deal with this would be a manual override function. There can be all sorts of valid and perfectly safe reasons on why you would want to do it.
Also, the statement reads don't do freediving AFTER scuba diving - NOT scuba diving AFTER freediving. Apparently, freediving mode is a fancy bottom timer. In the bottom timer section you find a warning that states: "Dives in bottom timer mode are performed at your own risk. After a dive in bottom timer mode you must wait at least 24 hours before diving using a decompression computer." That is probably the explanation why I cannot switch out of freedive mode into any of the scuba modes. Explaining that it goes both ways in the freedive section would have been nice, too.
The large easy to read display was great, and Incould see it easily underwater. I was worried with the Puck Pro would get dark, and I was I'll need a backlight. It was assuring that the backlight was there, but I never needed it since the light was good, and the display is large. It really helped with my ascents by slowing me down, and keeping me at the proper depth. Overall, it is a great computer, but the manual needs to be enhanced. It has basic information, but does not cover every screen in an area intuitive format. I like the ability to download the log to my PC, but the cable should be included. After all, a USB isn't that expensive.
Easy to read display
User changeable batteries
Easy to operate
Lots of functions
No USB Cable to download dives to PC
Manual needs to explain the operation and functions more
This a great computer if you don't have an integrated computer in your regulator. This was a great choice for me as a novice diver. This will serve me well as I advance in Scuba.