The Suunto D5 dive computer is the next wave of dive computers with the most up-to-date features to make your dive experience as pleasant as possible. This is a dive watch that looks great in and out of the water and has all the features you need to track and record dive data.
The first thing you'll notice about this device is the superior LED display. The dynamic screen is able to switch between watch and dive mode on a high-contrast colour screen. Switch between the four dive modes and browse the device menu using a simple four-button navigation.
The D5 is equipped to record all the data you might need and adjust to suit your needs. Including tilt compensation, an array of dive alarms and notifications, an in-built compass and wireless connectivity to your Tank Pod, the D5 is really ticking boxes. Not to mention, the device has been meticulously constructed to ensure durability. A stainless steel bezel and mineral crystal glass will protect the integrity of this device even under the roughest conditions.
Suunto has enabled the D5 to be Bluetooth compatible with your mobile device to record and share data. When you're done diving simply use the In Suunto app to transfer dive logs, add pictures to remember your dives and share with your friends. You can also use the included USB cable to connect with your PC and download dive data.
Suunto D5 Black / Silver Features:
Clear, colourful LED screen makes for an easy-to-use interface
4 dive modes
Easy to use menu uses three button navigation
Bluetooth connectivity for data sharing with your mobile device
Re-live your dives, add photos and share with friends
Or, share data using the included USB cable
Easily interchangeable strap to mix and match styles
Wireless connectivity to track gas pressure with the Suunto Tank POD (sold separately)
Bezel: Stainless Steel
Glass: Mineral Crystal
Case: Reinforced composite
Strap (stock): Silicone
Water resistant to 100m
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Tilt compensation up to 45 degrees
Compatible with up to 3 gases
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