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Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter – Only THB 9,990

Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter – Only THB 9,990

Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter

Description

The Suunto Wireless tank pressure transmitter gives you current tank pressure and remaining air time with just a glance at your wrist. Before your dive, simply pair the transmitter with your dive computer and you’re good to go. The transmitter’s handy green LED light lets you know that it’s on.

Key Features

ompatible with all Suunto air-integrated dive computers, including DX, D9tx, D6i, D4i, D9, Vyper Air, and HelO2
Monitor tank pressure and air consumption data wirelessly from dive computer
Green LED light indicates active data sending
Battery life approx. 2 years (100 dives/year)

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