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The Edy II combines three different types of dive computer programs in one single instrument: 1- scuba diving (air or Nitrox) 2- technical diving (depth gauge and timer to a depth of 660'/200 meters) 3- free diving Edy II is also an attractive, compact digital wristwatch It has dual time zones, an alarm function and the display is back lit so can be read even in low light conditions

1 The SCUBA DIVING COMPUTER mode allows you to choose between the uses of air or a nitrox mix with up to 50%oxygen, with the partial pressure of oxygen gas between 14 5 psi to 23 psi (1 0 to 1 6 bars) Depending on your diving skill level, physical health and age, you can program in a safety factor for either aggressive or conservative dives profiles Three different safety levels can be set, a maximum depth alarm that can be inserted if and when required, graphic display of nitrogen saturation and central nervous system (CNS) oxygen toxicity, graphic indicator of ascent speed, thermometer and a wide range of audio and visual alarms A high performance logbook memorizes a large amount of data from the last 30 hours of dives or of the last 60 dives, which can be scrolled through, one by one, at intervals of 30seconds, this integrated Dive Profile function does not require any accessory interface A handy History function memorizes maximum depth, hours spent in the water and total number of dives performed

2 In GAUGE mode Edy II is a valuable instrument for those who wish to program the dive using decompression software and perform dives in accordance with dive tables The functions indicated provide the current and maximum depth, the dive time (including seconds), ascent speed, a temperature, a traditional watch and a handy chronometer (hours, minutes and seconds) to accurately calculate ascent and decompression stops A depth alarm can also be enabled if and when required The GAUGE mode also has its own logbook which calculates the average depth of the dive and records the temperature at the maximum depth reached, it also has aProfile function to review the dive at intervals of 30 seconds and an independent History function to record only those dives performed in GAUGE mode

3 In FREE DIVE (FREE) mode all the needs of the free diver have been taken into consideration, current and maximum depth are provided as well as dive time (minutes and seconds), ascent speed and a depth and/or time alarm can be enabled On the surface the interval between one dive and the next is indicated (minutes and seconds) along with temperature This mode also has its own independent Logbook that is able to memorize up to 60 dives, filled with data, each of which can be reviewed with the integrated Profile function at intervals of just one second The History section memorizes the total number of dives in the day, indicating the deepest dive and its duration This daily memory can be reset at any time

The 3 Volt CR2032 battery of the Edy II can be quickly replaced by any watchmaker The battery has an approximate battery life of two years at 50 dives per year, An accessory interface is available to download all the data recorded and transfer it to a PC, thus allowing the user to access many more functions (not available for Windows Vista)

The Edy II uses the Buhlmann ZH-LB algorithm, redesigned by Randy Bohrer It uses a 12 tissue model with tissue half-times from 5 to 640 minutes The computer is calibrated for salt water, has a measuring range of 0' to 328' (0 to99 9 meters) in computer mode and 0' to 656' (0 to 199 9 meters) in gauge mode, and has a maximum surface time calculation of 48 hours If altitude diving is a concern, the computer will properly adjust from 0' to 19,685'(0 to 6,000 meters) The computer can also be used in either imperial units (feet/degrees Fahrenheit) or metric units (meters/ degrees Celsius)



The Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer is commonly used for Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer: Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Lots Of Functions, Reliable.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer Features

  • Buhlmann ZH-L12 algorithm, redesigned by Randy Bohrer
  • Tissues: 12 with saturation half-times that range between 5 and 640minutes
  • Complete processor for dive data, also with any decompression, for dives performed with air or with Nitrox mixes
  • Complete setting of FO2 and PO2 parameters with the possibility of setting PO2 between 1.0 bar and 1.6 bar and of the FO2 between 21% and 50%
  • Possibility of performing a Nitrox dive after one performed with air (even with de-saturation in progress)
  • Maximum depth alarm (can be inserted by the user)
  • Dive manual planning (Scrolling)
  • Changing of the measurement unit from the metric system (meters and °C) to the imperial system (ft and °F) done by the user
  • Audio and visual alarms
  • Graphic indicator of nitrogen saturation
  • Graphic indicator for CNS oxygen toxicity
  • Graphic indicator of ascent speed
  • Back lit display
  • Differentiated ascent speed depending on depth Instant PO2 indicator
  • Safety Stop indication (not compulsory) at the end of the dive (between 9.9 and 3 m)
  • Thermometer
  • Possibility of setting GAUGE program (depth gauge/timer)
  • Possibility of setting FREE program
  • Logbook (30 h or last 60 dives) complete with dive profile (3 independent logbooks for the COMPUTER, GAUGE and FREE modes)
  • Dive profile can be reviewed without interface (intervals of 30 seconds in the COMPUTER and GAUGE modes, intervals of 1 second in the FREE mode)
  • Historic dive memory (maximum depth, no. of dives and hours spent underwater) Three different, independent historical memories for the COMPUTER, GAUGE and FREE modes
  • Automatic altitude setting from 0 to 6000 meters
  • Graphic signal when battery is flat
  • Maximum depth in COMPUTER Mode 99.9 m
  • Maximum depth in GAUGE and FREE mode 199.9 m
  • Calendar and watch with alarm and second time zone functions
  • PC interface (optional)
  • Pressure sensor:
  • Salt water calibration
  • Surface interval: from 0 to 48 hours
  • 3V CR 2032 battery, replaceable by any watchmaker, with an average lifetime of 2years at 50 dives per year

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  • Easy to operate (9)
  • Easy to read (8)
  • Lots of functions (6)
  • Reliable (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (5)
    • Warm water (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Advanced (3)
      • Diving Type:
      • Open water diving (7), Night diving (6), Drift diving (4), Wreck diving (4)

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    great dive computer

    By kenben

    from the netherlands

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Operate
    • Lots Of Functions
    • Reliable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Anywhere

      Comments about Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer:

      does it job as promised

      • Diving Type:
      • Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Very decent freedive computer

      By ApneaAddict

      from San Francisco, CA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Easy To Operate
      • Easy To Read
      • Reliable

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer:

          I use this watch for freediving and spearfishing. It has all the basics and very easy to read display. It lacks some of the fancier features of other freedive computers, but for my purposes, it's served me very well.

          • Diving Type:
          • Freediving

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          The bracelet is fragile

          By Eric

          from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

          About Me Advanced

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          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Easy To Operate
          • Easy To Read

          Cons

          • The bracelet is not good

          Best Uses

          • Recreation

          Comments about Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer:

          The bracelet is fragile, fast breaks and not easily find another bracelet for replacement.

          • Diving Type:
          • Cave Diving, Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving, Rescue Diving, Wreck Diving

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Very friendly and good computer

          By Dima

          from Saudi Arabia

          About Me Casual/ Recreational

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Operate
          • Easy To Read
          • Friendly
          • Reliable

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Cold Water
          • Everywhere
          • Extreme Depths
          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer:

          The computer is easy to manipulate and so far, I enjoy and feel safe having it. It does give u alarms when u do something wrong or u go beyond the max depth.

          • Diving Type:
          • Advanced, Night Diving, Open Water Diving

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          (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Excellent dive computer

          By mdk

          from NorthCentral, FL

          About Me Professional

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Easy To Operate
          • Easy To Read
          • Lots Of Functions
          • Reliable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Freediving SCUBA

            Comments about Cressi Edy II Wrist Computer:

            Excellent computer for people who freedive and scuba. Freediving mode displays bottom time in minutes and seconds.
            Could be used for basic technical diving in dive mode or switch to gauge mode for more advanced tech diving.
            I only have one minor complaint about the battery not lasting quite so long but I do use it a lot. It would also be nice if the battery was a little easier to replace.

            • Diving Type:
            • Cave Diving, Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving

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            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            NOAH D  At the time, my choice was between a Suunto D4 and a Cressi Edy. Only difference? The Cressi won't put you on deep stops if you go real deep (within the limits) - it just gives you the standard 6 meter 3 minute stop. Suunto's will have you stop at intermediate depths for a few minutes.
            John P  How much does it cost to place the battery? i talked to Cressi in New Jersey and they charge $90 + shipping + the amount your authorized dealer will charge, and that all dealers will ship it there. Anybody remember how much they have paid for changing the battery?
            David R  We can change the battery in the EDY II computer for $24.95 plus the cost of the battery and shipping
            Bill P  Yes we do (upon request)
            John P  Battery Replacement, I talked to Cressi Corporate Headquartes in NJ and they say that all battery replacements are done there, that the translation for the "can be done by any watchmaker is wrong". Any one that owns a cressi Edy how do you do to replace the battery and how can you get the O ring?
            MIGUEL F  Hi John, I own the excellent Cressi Edy II (actually now the second). Why did have to buy a second? For this very reason. Replacing the battery may seem simple and I attempted it myself on the first one I had after it died. That was a huge mistake. You really do have to be extremely careful. For example, you have the sensor (on left side of watch) which is held in place by a delicate ribbon cable attached to the main/circuit board. Attempting to remove it quickly will likely pull on these parts and break them. In addition, I found that the somewhat standard looking battery clip is quite difficult to pry open to pop out the battery unless you actually remove all internal parts. It is not as simple as any standard watch. I unfortunately learned the hard way, so it is no surprise by what they have said to you. Yes, it is definitely possible to do it yourself quite easily, but you are likely to know enough on how it is all put together inside to successfully replace it yourself. Heck, one particular watch repair shop I go to did not want to take responsibility and would not do it. I LOVE this computer. It is almost perfect. However, replacing the battery is not only a difficult task, but one I have found it need too quickly after purchase and extended use. --miguel
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