Mares Quad Computer
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Mares Quad Computer

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DESCRIPTION

 

 

  • MAGNIFICENTLY CLEAR DISPLAY WITH JUMBO SIZE INFORMATION
  • TWO CUSTOMIZABLE FIELDS FOR ANCILLARY INFORMATION
  • FOUR BUTTONS FOR INTUITIVE USER INTERFACE
  • MIRRORED BUTTON FUNCTION DURING DIVE
  • OPTION TO VIEW DIVE TIME INCLUDING SECONDS
  • RUNAWAY DECO ALARM
  • MULTIGAS CAPABLE
  • DECOMPRESSION DIVE PLANNER WITH USER ADJUSTABLE SURFACE INTERVAL
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE, USER REPLACEABLE
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE INTERFACE AND SOFTWARE FOR DOWNLOADING TO PC OR MAC
Large Easy to Read display and Large buttons make this computer one of the easiest to read and use
  • Code: 414134
    Max Displayed Depth: 150m / 492 ft
    Memory capacity: 38 hr
    Profile Sampling Rates: 5 s
    Stopwatch: Yes
    Display: Segment Display
    Battery Power Indicator: Yes
    Plan Mode: Yes
    Choice of Metrical/Imperial Units: Yes
    Residual Nitrogen Reset: Yes
    User Replaceable Batteries: Yes
    Option To Exclude Audible Alarm: Yes
    Exclusion of "Uncontrolled Ascent":: Yes
    Ascent Rate Digital Indicator (m/min - ft/min): Yes
    Altitude Adjustment: Yes
    Gas switching: Yes


Mares Quad Testers Choice Easy to Read dive computer


Mares says the Quad has “jumbo-size information,” and we agree; the largest characters are a half-inch tall. Still, the Quad’s screen is uncluttered because the display is 2½ inches across, made possible by the Quad’s beefy overall dimensions — 3¼-by-2¾ inches. “Kind of big,” one test diver noted, and indeed, it was the largest wrist computer here by a fair margin. But those jumbo characters and the clean data display make the Quad an easy read. The Quad’s operation was simplicity itself, especially considering it has features like three-gas switching and a programmable runaway deco alarm. The four buttons have clear functions, and the menus are a breeze to navigate. Some divers (sharp-eyed youngsters) thought the display size was overkill, and we would prefer metal buttons to the plastic ones. But the Quad took top score in its category for best menu navigation, safety stop and surface-interval screen. Slightly conservative in our dives, the Quad has a user-replaceable battery. The Quad is our Testers Choice for wrist computers.