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Exciting New Range of Suunto D5 Computers

Exciting New Range of Suunto D5 Computers

Exciting New Range of Suunto D5 Computers

Mention this blog and get a 10% Discount on a Suunto D5

Suunto has a fantastic and exciting new range of D5 scuba diving computers.

Priced Between THB 24,725 and THB 26,775

Suunto D5 Dive Computer

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Description

The new Suunto D5 is the new release from Finnish company Suunto. The new D5 is designed to be so clear and easy-to-use under the water and allows the diver to just enjoy and focus on exploring the amazing underwater world.

These new computers come with interchangeable straps so the diver can mix and match depending on their mood and looks.

The new D5 range comes with wirelessly bluetooth connectivity to the Suunto app to re-live and share your adventures with friends.

Product Highlights

You can track your dive details on the super clear, high contrast color screen. Select from four dive modes and glide through the simple yet intuitive menu with three easy to use buttons to switch between settings and views.

Quick Release Strap System

Change the strap to suit your mood, easily with the clever quick release system. Select the color that matches your diving gear or choose k your favorite color silicone strap or leather to suit you mood for the day..

Suunto D5 Straps Aussie Divers Phuket

Many language option

The new Suunto D% comes programmed with a range of up to 12 different languages. There is something there for everyone.

Key Features

Follow your gas pressure conveniently straight from your wrist. Get tank pressure on your display wirelessly by pairing your D5 with the Suunto Tank POD before diving.

Get a 10% discount when combining with the following PADI courses: PADI Open Water Course, PADI Rescue Course, PADI Advanced Open Water Course and PADI Divemaster Course.

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By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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