Dive Computers


You can track your dives using dive tables, a depth gauge and dive watch, but most scuba divers use a dive computer – it’s easier. A dive computer provides the real-time dive information you need to dive well. A dive computer takes depth and time information and applies it to a decompression model to track the dissolved nitrogen in your body during a dive. Your computer continuously tells you how much dive time you safely have remaining. Your computer combines a depth gauge, timer and sometimes a submersible pressure gauge (SPG) into a single, useful instrument. The majority of divers have a computer because it makes sense.​

Standard Computer Features
Optional and Desirable Computer Features

How to Choose Your Dive Computer

Don't Hesitate to Invest in a Good Dive Computer. Get What You Want Now, and Go Scuba Diving- That's The Point!

Dive Computers
How to Care for Your Dive Computer

Pro Tip: If your computer has a user-replaceable battery, it is always a good idea to have a couple of spares in your "Save-a-dive Kit," just in case!

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Here a Few of Our Favorite Computers

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