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Suunto EON Steel – THB 45,505

Suunto EON Steel – THB 45,505

Suunto EON Steel

Try Before You Buy

Aussie Divers Phuket have a exclusive try before you buy offer with the EON Steel. Rent the EON Steel for THB 500 per day and if you purchase one we will take the rental price off the price of the computer.

Description

A new era in Suunto dive computers has begun. With insight from over 75 years, Suunto introduces its next generation dive computer. The intuitive Suunto EON Steel combines advanced technology with a bright color screen and customizable features and display to show clearly what you need. With heavy-duty housing, a stainless steel bezel, and user updatable software, Suunto EON Steel will dive with you for years to come.

Product Highlights

Customize with features and Suunto CustomDisplay™
Wide-angle Suunto BrightSee™ color screen
User-updatable software
Extreme durability

At the heart of every Suunto dive computer is an algorithm – the reduced gradient bubble model (RGBM) – that calculates decompression for a dive. Relentlessly pursuing ever best models for divers of all types, Suunto continues to push for RGBM perfection. Suunto has been developing RGBM algorithms together with Dr. Bruce Wienke for well over a decade.

Key Features

EASE OF USE

Customize to match your evolving needs
Visually intuitive, consistent presentation
Simple, easy interaction with menus and buttons
Bright, high contrast display for easy reading in any dive conditions
Use with strap or bungee (included)

EXTREME DURABILITY

Brushed stainless steel bezel
Highly durable and resistant Xensation™ glass
Robust mechanical construction
Extensively tested and built to last
Guaranteed to 150 m depth
Rechargeable battery: 20-40 hours of dive time with one charge (one week at liveaboard)

FOR ALL DIVING

Gauge/Air/Nitrox/Trimix/CCR (fixed point)
Suunto Fused™ RGBM for maximizing dive time
Monitor multiple tank pressures with the new Suunto Tank POD
Easy planning and customization with Suunto DM5

In the box

Suunto EON Steel, USB Cable, Quick Guide, Legal leaflet, Protective boot, Display scratch guard sticker, Bungee adapter and cord

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