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Scubapro Galileo G2 Dive Computer With Transmitter From £644.00
With all of its new features, its full-color screen options, plus the ability to use as much or little of the technology as you want, the GALILEO 2 (G2) is poised to become the favorite computer for divers of all skill levels, from beginner to tech diver. It’s easy to read -- a choice of four colorful screens quickly draws your attention to what you need to know. It’s easy to use -- the G2 has the same three-button control, incredibly intuitive menu structure, and diver-friendly functions that earned the Galileo its reputation as the hands-down easiest computer to use. Designed go anywhere -- open water to freediving to CCR to sidemount, the G2 is ready to go wherever your passion for diving takes you.
Full-Color TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) 2.2in/5.6cm LCD display screen (320x240p) produces vibrant colors for maximum readability to quickly direct your attention to what you need to know. (TFT screens use less energy. More efficient than other screen types to help extend battery life.)
There are 1 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Paul from United KingdomOwner20 January 2020 15:41
I bought this dive computer from Jackson Sports because they were offering at the best price I could find on the net AND it came with the air integration transmitter free!
My previous dive computer was a Cressi Neon, which I bought elsewhere in June last year and was so disappointed with it as it was useless when trying to download dives onto my PC. Not good at all.
Anyway, I know buying the Scubapro G2 is a huge increase in cost from the Cressi Neon, but I thought it was worth it, as Scubapro have such a great reputation and this unit is packed with so many features, it was impossible to resist.
I love the easy to read display, as well as the simple button configuration. Also, combined with the heart rate monitor (which I bought separately) I can fine tune and personalise my algorithm specifically for me. Also you can very easily configure it so that you can have the buttons on the top, or on the bottom, to suit your dexterity.
My only gripe, which isn't worth taking a whole star off for is that there was no spring-bar supplied for attaching the hard plastic loop for tidying the loose end of the strap. For some reason this plastic loop is supplied unattached. Jackson Sports sent me a bar very promptly when I pointed this out, however it was not the correct size. I have however made a temporary fix with some bent wire, whilst I await a response from Scubapro.
All-in-all though, this is a great piece of kit and I would thoroughly recommend it to any diver.
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