binklebonk wrote:Well I think if you are thinking of doing diving at some stage where you may need gas switching, trimix capability, a clear and simple user interface and bombproof construction then as far as I'm concerned a Shearwater Predator can't be beat.
There are stand alone open circuit models as well as O2 cell monitoring and set point controlling options for rebreathers.
It's only a matter of time till I have two...
ChrisB wrote:ok - my question was not quite right... thanks though for your input. I was waiting for insurance to come to the party (which they have and i now have $500 to replace the missing computer) so was looking for right now a computer similar spec to the Nemo so i can continue to dive this summer.
Later in the year, around August I will look hard at the Shearwater or something similar and use the old computer as a backup BT
Are the low cost Suunto's worth buying??? they all seem to be much bigger than the Nemo and I'm thinking I now want one that has bungee attachment instead of a watchstrap that can fail
ChrisB wrote: have any of you instructors/techies seen or heard any bad press on these:
Is it worth considering as an option in the future??
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