Uwatec trimix updating for galileo

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Like with normal G2 the audible tones can be switched off for stealth mode. This entry was posted on Sunday, August 12th, 2018 at and is filed under Guest Post, Maritime.

The G2 (Galileo 2) series of dive computers features a wrist mounted and also a console version. The G2,s has been redesigned from the ground up, and in the process a new standard in dive computing for SCUBAPRO has been created.

The air integrated G2 uses the same menu structure, the same simple 3-button control system, and the same diver-friendly functions that helped earn the Galileo its reputation as the most technologically advanced computer available – and also the hands-down easiest to use. Instead of using color for color’s sake, SCUBAPRO engineer’s have leveraged color to deliver the best readability and usability available.

It offers a choice of screen configurations that enable you to customize data presentation.

Navigate effortless through the system via the 3 clearly marked stainless steel buttons.

Like with normal G2 the audible tones can be switched off for stealth mode. This entry was posted on Sunday, August 12th, 2018 at and is filed under Guest Post, Maritime.The G2 (Galileo 2) series of dive computers features a wrist mounted and also a console version. The G2,s has been redesigned from the ground up, and in the process a new standard in dive computing for SCUBAPRO has been created.The air integrated G2 uses the same menu structure, the same simple 3-button control system, and the same diver-friendly functions that helped earn the Galileo its reputation as the most technologically advanced computer available – and also the hands-down easiest to use. Instead of using color for color’s sake, SCUBAPRO engineer’s have leveraged color to deliver the best readability and usability available.It offers a choice of screen configurations that enable you to customize data presentation.Navigate effortless through the system via the 3 clearly marked stainless steel buttons.Rotate the screen 180 degrees to position buttons on top or bottom.