Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer Watch
- Air, nitrox and gauge modes
- Edge to edge, high definition LCD screen
- RGBM algorithm
- Versatile dive memory logbook
- Multiple dive safe decompression calculations
Leonardo is the first dive computer designed and built by Cressi completely in house. Because this device is very easy to use and has an intuitive menu system that can be navigated through with the help of a single button, it is a great option for recreational divers and beginners. A large, easy to read display, equipped with the backlight, further simplifies work with this computer. Not less importantly, the tool is very rugged and will be able to survive any of the bumps or bangs that can happen during the dive.
The computer is water activated, which means that the main dive screen will flash up as soon as you submerge. This screen displays all of the vital dive information such as maximum depth, current time, safety factor, PO and dive mode.
The Leonardo can be customized in a number of ways. The user can set up the desired units of measure (either metric or imperial system), choose between 12 or 24-hour formats, adjust the altitude, etc. Additionally, the instrument may be fully reset after each dive, which makes it a great option for rental stores.
The battery on the device is user replaceable (CR2430 3-Volt) and lasts an average of 2 years, allowing to keep the maintenance costs to a minimum. The replaceable display protective cover is also included with the computer.
- CRESSI RGBM algorithm, developed by Bruce Wienke, serves for safe decompression computations in multi-day repetitive dives;
- ”Dive” program: Full processing of dive data with decompression (if any), for any air or Nitrox dive;
- Full setting of FO2 (percentage of the oxygen - between 21% and 50%) and PO2 (partial oxygen pressure - between 1.2 bar and 1.6 bar);
- A Nitrox dive may be carried out after an air dive (even with desaturation in progress).
- Possibility to enable or disable Deep Stop feature;
- Large display with ”PCD System”;
- Planning: Scrolling of the safety curve;
- Sound and visual alarm systems;
- CNS oxygen toxicity graphic indicator;
- Built-in calendar and clock;
- Logbook (70 hours or 60 dives) including dive profile;
- Dive history;
- PC/Mac interface with simulator and dive profile (optional).