Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Scuba DivingSuunto Announces New Dive Computer At DEMA Show

Suunto Announces New Dive Computer At DEMA Show


The Suunto Gekko is an ideal choice for sports divers who do not require a PC interface or simulation features. It can be used with both air and nitrox and is designed to give the specifics of any diving situation, including decompression, at a glance.

Both ascent rate and available no-decompression time are displayed graphically with clear coded color indicators.  Visual and audible alarm are given when necessary. Maximum depth and dive time can be enabled.

The Gekko uses the Suunto RGBM decompression model and has a user replaceable battery and user adjustable metric/imperial units.

Easy to operate and excellent value

Easy to use push-buttons and a straightforward menu structure make the Gekko simple to operate. The extensive logbook memory stores up to 50 hours  of dive profiles and logbook  data including dive start time and date, dive time, maximum depth attained and temperature at maximum depth.  In addition the dive history keeps track of up to 999 dives and 999 dive hours, as well as the maximum depth ever reached.

Phosphorescent LCD display

Gekko is equipped with a super bright phosphorescent display, which can be charged with a dive touch, providing long lasting illumination of the display in dark conditions.

The Gekko can be worn as a wrist unit, or mounted in Suunto Combo console.

For further information please contact your local Suunto distributor or visit www.suunto.com.

Nico Danan
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