View Full Version : Nitrox Dive Computer with wireless transmitter.
07-09-2003, 08:42 AM
This computer is practicly New. I won it on ebay thanks to a tip from Rusty. Due to a screw up by the seller i ended up with a brand new one shipped directly from the factory. Still had the plastic sheet on the screen.
I have only dove it maybe a dozen times and it worked great. wireless works fine.
Bought it for $300 then i added a compass and retractor made specificly for the unit.
Will sell to a fellow spearboard member for $300 but i need to sell it quick so the first to come up with the cash gets it. I am only selling to get a vytec before the ST pete open.
07-09-2003, 09:11 AM
I bought one back in February for $360 new. It is a great nitrox Air Integrated computer with easily read displays, and very user friendly and the price that Charleston is asking for is less than half than the retail price. The pressure transmitter is very accurate and never had a problem with it. The displays are proboly the largest and most easily read there is on the market. Also the indiglo backlight is very bright.
Furthermore, I like the fact that the batteries can be changed out by the user instead of having to be sent to an authorized dealer/factory for replacement.
Oceanic recently stopped selling this computers a few months ago, but they will continue manufacturing replacement parts for it for at least another 5 years.
This is definitely a steal at this price.
07-09-2003, 10:21 AM
How do you carry this computer? Wrist mount, console, etc...
07-09-2003, 10:54 AM
I'll take it. Call me at 800-824-2615
07-09-2003, 10:59 AM
It can be wrist mounted. I like it better on the retractor. clip it off to a d-ring and it is out of the way till you want to look. Whenever i need it its there with compass and all. Stays out of the way.
I am offering it up to my spearboard brothers before i put it on ebay. This is a steal.
07-09-2003, 11:02 AM
Originally posted by Charlestondivin
It can be wrist mounted. I like it better on the retractor. clip it off to a d-ring and it is out of the way till you want to look.
I agree with Charleston on keeping it on a retractor. Keeping it wrist mounted will make the display a bit more prone to scratches as you are reaching under ledges or into wrecks. This computer is definitely a steal. Charleston, you proboly could have sold this computer for $400 considering it also has the compass. It really is great that you are offering it to spearboard members first.
07-09-2003, 04:47 PM
Sold.. to the man with the 2 post count.
I bought it on a tip i saw from spearboard so i felt kind of obligated to put it here first. My Vytec is on the way :)
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