SHEARWATER RESEARCH Teric Wrist Dive Computer
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- Full Colour, High Resolution. AMOLED. 1.39" display with deep blacks, and vivid colour display
- Optional Air Integration. The Teric can connect with up to 2 transmitters
- Rugged Construction. Sapphire crystal window, and 316 stainless bezel & buttons
- Cloud Control. Download and display dive logs quickly with Bluetooth Smart technology.
- Different watch faces to go with multiple styles and occasions. Programmable timers, alarms and stopwatch
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Intuitive controls and menu navigation along with a bright, vivid colour display. With a high degree of customization, the Teric brings divers a timepiece and dive computer of unprecedented capabilities. Standard 22 mm strap size compatible with many third-party watch brand providers
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 4.5 x 3.25 inches; 12.8 Ounces
- Date First Available : October 29, 2019
- Manufacturer : Shearwater
- ASIN : B07ZPKXX61
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- #8 in Digital Diving Gauges
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First, the display is fantastic, with a "big" display which shows three rows of info, or "standard," which shows four rows, two of which are customizable with different info. She could easily read her computer underwater, and she changed the different information from standard white to purple, green and yellow. the brightness can be adjusted to high, medium, low or off. Night dives, low or medium was great. Day dives, I found medium was great, although she liked high. AI was a snap and it paired with my Oceanic transmitter with no problem. The watch face is also customizable with different displays and colors.
Second, the menu settings are a snap to set. Tired about digging through all sorts of obscure settings to change your gases from air to nitrox? No more. The menu settings are intuitive, and you just scroll to gases, where you can program up to five different gases and with between them. Piece of cake. I set one on nitrox 32% and one on air at 21%, and it is a snap to switch between them. I also love the fact that it is easy to change what is displayed on the home screen and in what colors, although it is simple to scroll underwater between the five screens and get as much info as you could ever want underwater. I also turned off the beeping alarm and just use the vibrate, which was nice and strong, especially for the safety stop. Nice feature is that it clearly displays "safety stop" in green and if you drift lower than about 23 ft., it pauses and then resumes when you ascend a little. I also like how it displays "safety cleared" in blue when finished -- just cool little features. I also like that it displays ascent rate numerically and in arrows, which change to yellow and red if you are ascending too fast. Again, a nice little touch. I customized the standard display to show the time remaining underwater, which I use to additionally monitor my air consumption, although you can also display air consumption as PSI per minute as well. You can monitor both your and your buddy's air as well as it will track two transmitters at once. There are many other features for the rebreather and tech diving set, but I don't need those. One chard lasts about two-three days of 4-5 dives a day -- about four or five hours of diving and surface time. It comes with a wireless charging cradle which can give a full charge in 1.5 hours on "Quick Charge" and 4 hours or so on regular charge. There are many other features to this fantastic dive watch, but those are the key ones that I have used to date. Note that according to shearwater, it already has a scratch guard installed. In fact, the only thing that I did not absolutely love about this with was that it displays "TTS". which is "time to surface," which to me is a completely worthless statistic, but cannot be moved from the home screen. Minor.
The Shearwater comes with its own dive log software which pairs over bluetooth with the dive computer and downloads the info to your laptop or phone. It has a few bugs that could be better, but you can simply and wirelessly get all of your dive information, take notes on the dive, problems that you had, etc. You can also export those files to Diverlog, but I haven't tried that yet.
All told, it is a pricey computer, but color display, menu, ease of use . . . Let's face it. Your dive computer is the most important part of your gear, and the Teric is the most amazing and well thought out dive computer that I have seen. I highly recommend it. I haven't dropped mine, so I can't opine on it's durability, but after 30 dives with it, both of us are in love with our new Terics!
The computer itself is amazing. The colors and screen are amazing and its much more user friendly than any of my other dive computers. I love how I can customize the home screen to show what I want to see. It also has a much better compass than my OCI.
Thank you to Shearwater and particularly Ness.
I did run into one issue. After the first dive, my Air Integration stopped working. My buddy and I did some testing with his Teric and both our transmitters and we were able to determine that the issue was the Teric and not the Transmitter. While I was still in Mexico, I contacted Shearwater and I had a replacement Teric delivered and waiting for me when I got home a few days later. That is AMAZING customer service. The new Teric works perfectly with my Transmitter. No matter how good a product is, there will sometimes be issues. I don't hold this against Shearwater and they went above and beyond to make it right.
All in all, I couldn't be more happy with the Teric and Shearwater. I can't see myself ever needing a different dive computer.