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  • So I was on a facebook group the other day

  • talking about diving equipment (because that's what i like to do)

  • When someone said about my dive computer

  • Sunnto Zoop. Bigest POS out there

  • Had them on our rental fleet, never again

  • I love my suunto Zoop

  • i've own a vyper

  • a gekko

  • a suunto D4i

  • and this one the orange one

  • So i thought i would do a video because ia am a bit tired of repeating myself

  • about why I like this computer

  • this is not the more recent version

  • I think they got a Suunto Zoop Novo

  • that can be multiple colors

  • Back on my days it was orange or black

  • this is nicolas one, this is mine

  • I have very small wrist

  • so i could not take a dive computer

  • that could double as a watch

  • I used to have the d4i and is was super big on my wrist

  • the Zoop... is big but so big that you won't carry it as a watch anyway

  • I think it is a very good computer either for

  • beginers or dive professionals

  • I knew someone who dive (professionnaly) for 15 years and still uses a zoop

  • It does nitox, it does regular dives with 21% oxygen

  • It doesn't do trimix, but I don't think you will need it ofter

  • Due to its size it has a big screen so you can see everything underwater

  • I don't have a prescription mask so i need to remove my glasses when i dive

  • and I can't really see

  • if it's a small screen so it is very good for me

  • It has a very low price, we bought ours in a special discount

  • ... buddy stuff....

  • so it costs us about 90€ each

  • witch is not that expensive for a dive computer

  • before we get into the menus I would like to say

  • that i used to have a protective screen that you can see on this one

  • I don't have it on mine because it used to fog underneath it

  • and you could'nt see anything on the screen

  • I don't know why mine did that

  • but that's one of the reasons why i don't have it anymore

  • last thing I want to say is that

  • this part is very long if you have very small wrist like mine

  • I think they corrected that on the novo wich is very good but...

  • the (mumble) goes over the dive computer

  • So i always grab it there

  • but it still... yeah... it still come back

  • to that one of the big issure for me

  • I could cut it I guess... i might do that...

  • I am a bit scared of cutting things but...

  • So as for the dive computer itself

  • obviously it would turn on automatically when you go in the water

  • So all you have to do is press in this button

  • this is the dive computer itself

  • it does gives you the depth of your dive

  • the percentage of oxygen, I am on 21%

  • and the dive time right there

  • one thing that i don't realy like is that only you have

  • three little buttons there that are really hard to push sometimes

  • especially if you have

  • done a cold dive, your fingers are a bit tired

  • it can be hard to push these buttons

  • If you want to see your logbook, you just press mode

  • memory

  • there is 3 options in my memory

  • and this is my logbook

  • so this was my last dive, so I select this one

  • and then you can see what i have done during my dive

  • it was on Chartres I think, there is a video, that you can see, there

  • I dove for 45 minutes

  • and you can see there that they have a slow... bit

  • that means I ascended too quickly

  • you will see how quick you go on that...

  • gauge over there

  • when you are on the white it is good, on the yellow, you are a bit too quick

  • and red you definitely are too quick

  • speaking of the battery

  • you can see it there

  • you can do it yourself, my neighbook did it himself,

  • you just need to check

  • if it's still (hit the microphone) properly fitted

  • or you can go on a dive center, suunto is a pretty comon company

  • so you won't have any issue finding one

  • you also have the set mode wich

  • allows you to set

  • some... parameters

  • so for example the model

  • i can choose to be on nitrox or on air

  • i can set alarms

  • so if i do a dive

  • longer than 30 minutes i can get an alarm

  • i won't do that because i usually go longer than

  • 30 minutes

  • you can have a depth alarm

  • i set it at 40 meters wich is the maximim i am allowed to

  • take people with me so i would set it on

  • i can set...

  • time

  • so if i need to set the time because i am traveling

  • so here you go this is a quick tour of my dive computer

  • as i said i had it for...

  • 5 years now

  • most dive centers will have this one to rent if you want to try it

  • so i hope you've liked this video

  • that you learned things, that if you didn't like the

  • you will like it now

  • if you still don't, let me know in the comment section why

  • tell me if you have another dive computer and why you like it as well

  • and feel free to share it with your friend that is asking for

  • diving computer recommandation, i realy like this one

  • before buying go and rent some stuff to know

  • wich one you are more comfortable with

  • but this one is very easy to use

  • it has a lot of options

  • subscribe if you want to see more travelling and scuba diving videos

  • and i hope to see you next time! bybye!

So I was on a facebook group the other day

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Why I love my Suunto Zoop | Crazydivers

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    Nael posted on 2019/10/05
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