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Scubapro Mantis M2 – Dive Computer – Out of Stock

Scubapro Mantis M2 – Dive Computer – Out of Stock

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Scubapro Mantis M2

The M2 is a dive computer like no other. Developed using SCUBAPRO’s Human Factor Diving™ approach to product design, the M2 offers everything you expect from the leader in diving equipment. Its stylish, brushed stainless steel casing is loaded with topside features and advanced underwater functions, including air integration and electronic navigation. But most importantly, the M2 incorporates cutting-edge biometrics that enable you to live your life in dive mode.

KEY FEATURES:
• Deco, Gauge, Freediving and CCR dive modes
• Fixed PPO2 CCR algorithm for closed circuit rebreather diving
• Predictive Multi-Gas algorithm for nitrox diving
• Chronograph with lap memory
• Swim mode that memorizes swim time and strokes (converts to distance)
• Heart rate monitor with optional SCUBAPRO HRM belt
• Marine-grade 316L stainless steel casing and two-toned brushed finish
• Hoseless gas integration gives tank pressure and true remaining bottom time (M2 only)
• Digital tilt-compensated onboard compass allows for easy navigation under water or on the surface (M2 only)
• LogTRAK software available for PC/Mac and Android
• Maximum depth rate: 120m

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