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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#31  Postby nightc » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:40 pm

Zoop and Leonardo best price is RM750. Coincidently same price :)

Leo has backlight, gauge mode, deep stop.
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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#32  Postby mamakpenang » Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:16 am

haha....nice price, care to be different....
leonardo with gauge mode is good as back up dc, to view depth & time, maybe in the future u wanna buy more expensive DC, u can used it as back up.....
zoop been around quite sometimes, maybe u should try leonardo & let us know (reviews)......
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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#33  Postby run » Wed Aug 14, 2013 11:35 am

dont forget to ask the seller how to read a DECO STOPs. I try to find the manual but the explanation is very simple.
In Sunnto it is refer as CEILING STOP. You can use other DC manuals for Q&A with sellers in order to understand the DC function.

Like the time when i asked one vendor during MIDE 2010. They was launching its new DC. The price was same with D6i but the function was like D4i.
The seller had a rough time explaning it to me cause not very often a buyer come asking for many spec information. Outlook wise very impressive and outstanding but in the end
it is the software will determine whether we going to be OK or KO underwater.
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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#34  Postby Narco » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:22 pm

Ask like you are buying a car.. hehe
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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#35  Postby Blesse » Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:32 am

suunto d4i or mares matrix... still don't know which to choose :(

any additional feedback from users of these two models? i read that d4i only lasts about 5 years?

or any other recommended d/c below rm2k?
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Re: Which dive comp for recreational diver

Post Number:#36  Postby mamakpenang » Sun Oct 06, 2013 5:54 pm

deep down you want the best.....
meridian.....only from Scubapro....hehe
MIDE2013 price at RM 1700.00
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