RICHARD M Hi, We're still using the compass we bought in 2007 with no problem. It goes to Curacao for two to four weeks of diving each year so has seen 60 dives ranging in depth from 50ft to 125ft during that time. The side window for viewing is good and the compass doesn't seem to bind up with tilt. Night dive phosphoresence works fine as well.
Rick McBee SSI - AOW - 223820029 and Padi - AOW -0604080782
VASHISHT Y It works well and is very readable at depths over 100 feet. But unless navigation is a big part of your dive, I dont see any reason for owning a standalone compass. The one on the computer console is more than sufficient for recreational diving.
MARVIN D F I guess I don't understand the question. Can you restate it?
I'll give my thoughts on this product though in hopes of guessing your question. I like the compass but don't use it that often. I'm usually with a group with a leader and play follow the leader.
However, it was good enough to get my AOW cert including the Navigation specialty. I'll be using it next month for my PADI Underwater Navigation card.
It's well made with an extra long wrist band. I always wrap it several times around my console hose and use as part of the console. It cleans up easily, is pretty easy to level to get an accurate reading, and shows up well underwater.
Let me know if you have other questions.
DAVID S Are you asking whether it works with the VEO 100?
Since they are both made by Oceanic I'd say yes as long as you have the correct housing to connect them together with.