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ScubaToys Larry
03-19-2008, 17:55
http://www.scubatoys.com/store/gauges/pics/N2itionWristComputer.jpgThe Zeagle N2ition Nitrox Computer monitors up to 2 different gas mixtures including nitrogen and oxygen and offers underwater gas switching with the push of a button. Combine the Zeagle N2ition Nitrox Computer with there new tech wrist mount.

<ul> Date, time and water temperature display
Current and max depth display
Dive time elapsed and no-decompression time remaining display
Desaturation and time-to-fly information display
The Zea (more..) (http://www.scubatoys.com/store/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=Zeagle_N2ition_Nitrox_Comput er)

More... (http://www.scubatoys.com/store/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=Zeagle_N2ition_Nitrox_Comput er)

mike_s
03-31-2008, 12:28
Besides a $30 cheaper price than the Tusa IQ700 and the Dive Rite Duo, any other differences?

(note the only difference I can see in the Duo and IQ700 is the warranty and the storage case).



BTW.... Nice wrist mount

http://www.scubatoys.com/store/gauges/pics/N2itionTechWristMount.jpg

fireflock
03-31-2008, 12:31
Besides a $30 cheaper price than the Tusa IQ700 and the Dive Rite Duo, any other differences?

(note the only difference I can see in the Duo and IQ700 is the warranty and the storage case).



The writing around the edges?

Of the 3, I think price, warranty, and customer service rep makes the Zeagle the best choice.

The wrist mount is nice.

mike_s
03-31-2008, 13:38
Besides a $30 cheaper price than the Tusa IQ700 and the Dive Rite Duo, any other differences?

(note the only difference I can see in the Duo and IQ700 is the warranty and the storage case).



The writing around the edges?

Of the 3, I think price, warranty, and customer service rep makes the Zeagle the best choice.

The wrist mount is nice.


I agree. I think the price, warranty and customer service will make the Zeagle one the top choice.

The only thing about the Dive Rite that is a little nicer is the a soft-pad case it comes in. But I'm sure that you can always buy that seperately from Dive Rite.


Looks like the Dive Rite Duo can be bought from another vendor with either the wrist mount or the bungee mount. (for $389). I wouldn't be surpised to see Zeagle offer it this way soon also... **hint, hint**.


Padded case (Dive Rite) is $15-$16 bucks if you want one to put your Zeagle computer in. Just a nice way to protect it in a case that is made to fit it. Do a search for Dive Rite pn: CO8137

I wouldn't be surprised to Zeagle offer it as an option also. **hint, hint**.

texdiveguy
03-31-2008, 13:55
NOW... if someone would just kindly 'bend' the computer so we all can find out if it locks you out of going into gauge mode also! :)

mike_s
03-31-2008, 13:57
NOW... if someone would just kindly 'bend' the computer so we all can find out if it looks you out of going into gauge mode also! :)


you mean this?

This is the Duo gauge mode shots. I'm sure the Zeagle is the same.

http://www.diveriteexpress.com/computers/img/duogauge1.jpg

http://www.diveriteexpress.com/computers/img/duogauge2.jpg

texdiveguy
03-31-2008, 15:09
NOW... if someone would just kindly 'bend' the computer so we all can find out if it looks you out of going into gauge mode also! :)


you mean this?

This is the Duo gauge mode shots. I'm sure the Zeagle is the same.

http://www.diveriteexpress.com/computers/img/duogauge1.jpg

http://www.diveriteexpress.com/computers/img/duogauge2.jpg

I know what they look like....I use GAGE mode quite often....I am trying to see if the computer gets 'bent' if it will still allow the diver upon surfacing to switch to the gauge mode setting and then run tables....or are you locked out completely from using the computer..? I have 2 Duo's in service now for over 4 years but have never 'bent' them during a dive.