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Check Out Aqua Lung’s Two New Dive Computers: The i200 and i750TC

In the market for a nice, basic dive computer that you can use whether you’re scuba or freediving or even just as a basic sport watch? Or are you a total data geek and want all the numbers you could possibly have about your dive?

Well, Aqua Lung may have you covered on both ends.

The company this fall is launching two new dive computers: The i200 and i750TC.

The sporty i200 — retailing for US$349/318 Euros — features four operating modes, a user-changeable standard battery, the ability to switch easily between two Nitrox mixes, and no restriction switching between Free and Dive, making it adaptable to a whole bunch of dive scenarios.

Aqua Lung's new i200 dive computer.
Aqua Lung’s new i200 dive computer.

The i750TC — retailing for US$999/911 Euros — is a tech-savvy diver’s dream, featuring a crisp OLED color screen, easy-to-use interface, 3-axis compass, a sleek black PVD finish, and a paired-for-life optional transmitter. You can even track and share your dive via its Bluetooth Smart wireless connectivity to a mobile device.

Aqua Lung's new i750TC dive computer.
Aqua Lung’s new i750TC dive computer.

Both dive computers are compatible with Aqua Lung’s DiverLog digital log book. The DiverLog allows you to manage your dive computer settings, view Log and Profile data, add location, notes and other details, as well as store and share photos and videos. The i200 and i750TC can also sync and upload information to a Mac or PC.

For more info on the i200 and i750TC, check out the videos below or go to the company’s website at

John Liang
John Liang
John Liang is the News Editor at He first got the diving bug while in High School in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Red Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and other places including a pool in Las Vegas helping to break the world record for the largest underwater press conference.