Diving without a dive computer is unthinkable today. It is no longer just a question of comfort in diving, because the dive computer does all the computing and planning work for you while diving, but a dive computer is a safety-relevant part of diving equipment, and a must in many diving schools around the world.
Every well-known manufacturer of diving equipment has already launched their own dive computers on the market. In our online dive shop we have chosen manufacturers of dive computers with many years of experience in the field of diving equipment, whose products have been distinguished by reliability, functionality and reasonable price-performance ratio. You will find in our online dive shop Mares Dive Computer, Scubapro Dive Computer, Oceanic Dive Computer, Uwatec Dive Computer, Suunto Dive Computer in many different versions, from basic dive computers, clear, practical and inexpensive, to high-end dive computers, packed with technology and modern features.
Dive computers with bracelet or hose connection.
Many divers are still fans of dive computer consoles, dive computers with hose such as the Suunto Dive Computer Suunto Cobra or the Galileo G2 diving computer. But most divers rely on dive computers with wristbands, whether as dive computers in watch format like most Suunto dive computers or larger dive computers with wristbands such as the Mares Nemo Wide dive computer or the Uwatec dive computer Galileo Luna.
The small dive computers, so-called watch diving computers such as the Scubapro Dive Computer Chromis, the Suunto Dive Computer D4i Novo, the Mares Dive Computer Matrix or Oceanic Dive Computer Atom 3.1 are small, but hide in their minimalist dimensions quite a lot of technology and performance. Miniaturization also has its price, therefore the smallest dive computers are not the cheapest dive computers. It is the dive computers with wristband with a slightly larger format that convince with an unbeatable price-performance ratio, such as the Aqualung dive computer i300, Mares Puck Pro, the Suunto Vyper, or the Scubapro Aladin Sport Matrix dive computer.
From the basic beginner dive computer to the high-end dive computer
The dive computers considered as an entry-level model, such as the Suunto Zoop Novo dive computer or the Mares Puck Pro dive computer, of course, have all the features you basically need to have all the important information while diving, up to Nitrox up to 50%, as almost every dive computer in our online dive shop is meanwhile a Nitrox dive computer.
Advanced divers or dive professionals who need a bit more data can choose from the high end products, such as integrated compass such as the Scubapro dive computer Mantis 2, or the Uwatec dive computer Galileo Sol, color display like the Suunto Eon Core dive computer or the Mares dive computer Icon HD, monitoring up to 3 different gases like the Suunto dive computer D6i Novo, or even pulse measuring function like the Uwatec Galileo G2 dive computer.
Dive computer with air integration or dive computer without transmitter
Divers can also choose between dive computers without air integration and dive computers with air integration, dive computers that monitor the air consumption of the diver with a transmitter or hose connection such as the Suunto Eon Steel dive computer or the Mares dive computer Quad Air with transmitter. Some dive computer models are available in our online dive shop both as dive computer with transmitter and without transmitter such as the Scubapro Mantis 2 dive computer, the Suunto dive computer D4i Novo or the Suunto dive computer Vyper Novo, or the Suunto Eon Steel dive computer. The dive computer transmitter you can buy separately in our online dive shop, Suunto transmitter for dive computer, Scubapro transmitter for dive computer etc.