Three-gauge console with compact, plastic-case pressure gauge, easy-to-read depth gauge and FS-1.5 compass. Perfect for the diver who values convenience, accuracy, and style.
Compact pressure gauge (0-6000psi or 0-400bar).
26-degree tilt, oil-filled compass.
Oil-filled analog depth gauge with linear Bourdon tube design.
Available in Imperial or Metric versions.
Suunto – SK-8 Wrist Compass
SK-8, the latest edition of Suunto’s leading dive compass, delivers even better underwater performance with faster stabilization and enhanced readability. Both northern and southern hemisphere models can be used over a wider area of the globe thanks to an upgraded magnet.
The world’s most popular dive compass
Phosphorescent compass card
High tilt compensation
Made in Finland
Scubapro – Aladin Sport Matrix
$569.99 – $769.99
Featuring a metallic silver faceplate and easy-to-read display, the SCUBAPRO Aladin SPORT (Matrix) is targeted to divers who want multi-gas functions as well as to recreational divers who appreciate a dive computer with the kind of features that enable them to evolve in their sport. The computer screen features an easy-to-read LCD segmented display on the top and middle rows, plus an eye-pleasing matrix display on the bottom row where you’ll also find an easy-to-use on-board digital compass. The Aladin SPORT (Matrix) offers three operating modes – Scuba, Freediving and Gauge, and is available as a wrist mount or as a capsule in a two-gauge console.
Cressi – CPD3 3-Gauge Console
Compass with rotating bezel for easy navigation
Pressure gauge dial is color-coded in red, green and blue for instant readability.
Reads pressures to 350 bar or 5000 psi.
Mini-depth gauge reads to 70 meters (230 feet)
Maximum depth indicator.
Compact rubber boot is textured for a sure grip.
Two connection loops, one on each side, for attaching a clip or bungee.
Weight of console: 420 g (includes hose)
Scubapro FS-2 Wrist Compass
FS-2 provides a unique tilt angle of at least up to 35 degrees, making it easier to read and operate in most any position. With a floating magnet separate from the compass rose, the FS-2 has a greater angle of operating freedom than conventional compasses. This means you can use the same compass for both […]