Ever wondered how safe to breathe the air in your scuba tank is?
We all know that breathing polluted air can be dangerous, particularly if that bad air is in a scuba tank. To prevent this, more divers are checking the air quality of their tanks before a dive.
The thing is, if they wanted to test their tanks for both carbon monoxide and oxygen, they would need two separate analyzers which can tend to get expensive.
Well, DiveNav recently introduced a solution to this dilemma: a dual-gas CO and O2 analyzer and data logger called the “Cootwo.”
The Cootwo features a programmable backlit display, an integrated tank adapter, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, flash memory, and a Bluetooth low-energy transmitter.
Divers can use it as a standalone device or in conjunction with an iOS- or Android-enabled smartphone or tablet via the free, downloadable myNitroxbuddy app.
The Cootwo is available in there models: a carbon monoxide-only analyser that retails for $249.99; a dual-gas model with both CO and O2 sensors which retails for $299.99; and a “Deluxe” version that includes the dual-gas model, a BC Low Pressure Inflator Adapter and a carrying case and retails for $349.99.
For more info, check out the video below or go to the DiveNav website.