Scubapro Extends Free Transmitter Offer Until February 2020
Scubapro has extended its special offer of a free transmitter with every purchase of a Galileo HUD or G2 wrist-mounted computer until the end of February 2020.
The Galileo HUD was released early in 2019, the latest take on the mask-mounted 'Heads-Up-Display' dive computer. Dive information is contained in a display which appears in the top right of a diver's mask, 'projected' approximately 1m in front of the diver, with a flip-up hinge to tilt the computer up and out of view when necessary. Menu operation is through a rotating selector knob with scuba, gauge, apnea and CCR modes available. Up to eight selectable gases can be programmed in Scuba mode, plus Oxygen and diluent gases and 2 changeable set points for CCR diving. The HUD has a choice of two Bühlmann algorithms, the Predictive Multi-Gas ZH-L16 ADT MB PMG or ZH-L16 GF
The G2 wrist-mounted computer is a full-colour successor to the popular Galileo Sol, launched by Scubapro in 2017. The G2 has a 5.6cm 320x240 TFT display screen, Bluetooth connectivity and a rechargeable battery which provides up to 50 hours of dive time. four customisable screen configurations are available for the presentation of preferred information, and the G2 functions in scuba, gauge, apnea, CCR, sidemount and trimix modes. Eight gas mixtures are programmable with decompression calculations based around the Bühlmann Predictive Multi-Gas ZHL-16 ADT MB algorithm. An optional heart-rate monitor enables remaining dive times to be rewritten based around nitrogen loading, available gas and personal physiology.
The offer valid is until 29 February 2020 at participating authorised Scubapro Dealers. For further details visit www.scubapro.online/uk/free-transmitter2019