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Suunto D4i Novo Pink – THB 25,100

Suunto D4i Novo Pink – THB 25,100

Suunto D4i Novo Pink With USB

Description

The redesigned Suunto D4i comes in a range of fresh colors and with an all-new soft, comfortable silicone strap for that perfect fit. Lightweight and packed with handy features like freedive mode and optional wireless air integration, it’s got everything you need – wherever your diving may take you.

What’s in the box?

Suunto D4i Novo Blue with blue silicone strap, D-series USB Cable and blue extension strap, Scratch guards (2 pcs) + instruction for use, Dive manuals on DVD, Quick Guide and Dive legal leaflet with warranty information.

Key Features

Full continuous decompression algorithm – Suunto RGBM
Four modes: air, nitrox, free and off
Innovative apnea timer, and a timer in air/nitrox modes
Updateable firmware
Optional wireless air integration – current cylinder pressure, remaining air time
Built-in dive planner
Detailed graphical logs and dive data on your PC/Mac using Suunto DM5

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