Ratio IX3M Easy Pro Computer

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Ratio IX3M Easy Pro Computer

This Italian-made four-button, two-nitrox-mix unit has a big 2.8in QVGA screen, 3D compass, a claimed 40 hours' diving from the rechargeable battery and both acoustic, vibrating and visual alarms.

It uses a Buhlmann ZHL16-B algorithm with six user-settable protection levels. Optional extras include a wireless air transmitter – the Ratio unit that flashes up in green, yellow or red according to tank pressure – and oxygen analyser. The price is £575.

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03-Aug-17

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