Seac Guru Computer

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Seac Guru Computer

The Guru sets out to be your diving oracle.

Based on the Buhlmann ZHL-16B and VPM algorithm, it provides for air or nitrox diving with gas-switching between two mixes. It also provides Gauge and Freediving modes along with barometer, altimeter, pedo-fitness monitor and weather forecast. There’s a built in electronic compass too, and the option to add a gas-pressure transmitter.
The built-in rechargeable battery charges through a USB. Available in red, blue, white and black, the computer is priced at £410 and the transmitter is £355.

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