Shearwater Teric Dive Computer (without transmitter)
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Choose from 3 Bezel Colors... Black, Blue, or Silver!
Optional Colored Straps Available!
Shearwater computers are not only made in Canada, they are made for serious recreational and technical scuba divers enjoying cold and warm water scuba diving. They add to their family of reliable, easy-to-use dive computers with the Teric wrist computer. So compact, you can wear it every day, even at the office or out for dinner. Intuitive controls and menu navigation along with a bright, vivid colour display make this one of the top selling computers world-wide. With a high degree of customization, the Teric brings divers a timepiece and dive computer of unprecedented capabilities.
- OC RED - Air or nitrox to 99%
- OC TEC - Trimix enabled
- CC/BO - fixed PP02
- Gauge - Bottom timer with stop watch & dive logging
- Freedive - Configurable sampling rates and alarms
Basic Functions & Features:
Style: Small, wrist watch-style
User Interface: 4 button
Dive Log: 500 hours
Depth Rating: 660 ft (200 m)
Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion
Air Integration: Optional upgrade, up to 2 transmitters (includes 1 transmitter)
Nitrox compatible: Yes
Downloadable: Yes, bluetooth
Alarms: Visual, audible, vibration
Ascent Rate Indicator: Yes
Automatic Altitude Adjustment: Yes
Screen Resolution: 400 x 400
Display: Full color AMOLED, 1.39"
Other Info: 316 stainless steel bezel & buttons; 22mm strap (extender included)
Advanced Functions & Features:
Algorithm: Bühlmann decompression model with gradient factors conservatism
Set Conservative Factor: Yes
Multiple Gases: 5 gas capability
Deep Stop: Yes, optional
Digital Compass: 3 axis, tilt compensated
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