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Citizen Introduces New Professional Wrist Dive Computer

Cyber Aqualand Nx Citizen presents the newest Aqualand technology in the Cyber Aqualand NX. More than just a dive timepiece; it’s a professional nitrox compatible dive computer that is worn on the wrist.

The compact Cyber Aqualand NX can calculate the amount of nitrogen in your system while also performing a wide variety of timekeeping and dive computer features. There has never been a more substantial and versatile dive instrument from Citizen.

This watch is ready for adventure–with a reinforced rubber strap and solid stainless steel case, a 1/100th chronograph, world time, countdown times, daily alarm, electro-luminescent backlighting and 200m water-resistant. Unique to the Cyber Aqualand NX is the user rechargeable battery. The charger itself is powered by 4 AA batteries, enhancing the portability of the product and making it the most travel-ready unit of its kind.

In addition, Cyber Aqualand NX features all of the functions found in a sophisticated dive computer: dive log memory (to 100 dives), dive depth display and memory, rapid ascent alarm, water temperature display and memory, elapsed time memory, calculation of residual nitrogen in the body and battery power indicator. After a dive, all dive log data can be transferred to a PC via infrared or USB connections, using the Windows-based software provided.

The Cyber Aqualand NX is packaged in a rugged carrying case with a charger, software and instructions. An additional docking station (sold separately) that can be utilized to download data to a PC, also serves as a charger and includes 1 USB cable. Suggested retail price of the Cyber Aqualand NX is $850.

You can learn more by visiting Citizen’s website at

Cliff Etzel
Cliff Etzel
Cliff is the former Freediving editor of He is now a freelance journalist and film-maker.