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Suunto DX Black Titanium – THB 63,630

Suunto DX Black Titanium – THB 63,630

Suunto DX Black Titanium

Description

THE ULTIMATE INSTRUMENT FOR OPEN CIRCUIT AND REBREATHER DIVING

The Suunto DX, built on the award-winning Suunto D9tx, is the ultimate tool for open circuit and rebreather divers. It’s the very first of its kind to feature CCR compatibility. The premium design and materials, combined with the new superior Suunto Fused™ RGBM, make it the must-have instrument for your dive missions and everyday adventures. Are you ready to conquer new territory?

Product Highlights

For rebreather and open circuit diving incl. trimix
Titanium case with sapphire crystal glass
Suunto Fused™ RGBM
3D compass, optional wireless air integration

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

A setpoint, non-monitoring dive computer with dedicated CCR mode
Configure up to 3 different diluents
Adjustable high and low setpoints, as well as custom setpoint during dive
Automatic setpoints switching at specified depths
Possibility to switch to open circuit mode in case of bailout

New, advanced Suunto Fused™ RGBM for CCR, technical and recreational diving
Trimix support including helium and oxygen
Gas switching between up to eight gases
3D tilt-compensated digital compass
Five modes: CCR, air, mixed gas, gauge, and off
Optional wireless air integration
Built-in dive planner
Detailed graphical logs and dive data on your computer using Suunto DM5 software

Stunning, compact design
Hard-wearing premium materials: titanium case and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass
Optional titanium bracelet

In the box

Suunto DX Black with titanium bracelet, D-series USB cable, dive manuals on DVD, Quick Guide and dive legal leaflet with warranty information

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