Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer

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About Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer

Giotto is the first Mixed Gas Dive Computer Designed-and-Built Entirely by Cressi Giotto's 3-Button Interface makes it effortless to Program Air, Nitrox and Gauge Modes from the first time a diver picks the computer up The High-Definition Screen has Large Numerical Displays in a Computer that is still Compact-and-Travel-Friendly The Clearly Visible Battery Life Indicator and Distinct Audible Alarms deliver Critical Information as well as Peace-of-Mind during the Dive The Giotto can also be Fully-Re-Set after each use, making it an excellent choice for Rental Departments

The Cressi Giotto Computer has a new Algorithm created through a Collaboration between Cressi and Bruce Wienke based on the Haldane Model, Integrated with RGBM Factors for Safe Decompression Calculations in Repetitive Multi-Day Dives and with Gas Mixtures The Software handles Two-Different Hyper-Oxygenated Mixtures, which can be selected during the dive

The computer Giotto by Cressi is a Recreational Advanced Tool It will provide all the necessary information Depth, Dive Times, possible need of Decompression, Ascent Rate and all the Surface Intervals between dives Nitrogen Absorption-and-Release is continuously processed by its Sophisticated Software, taking into account the Quantity of Inert Gas contained in the different Mixtures that can be used This information is shown on the Device's Large Display via the PCD (Priority Compartment Digit Display) System that allows an Easy-and-Direct "Dialogue" between the Diver and the Computer, ensuring a Clear-Understanding of all the Data needed at any given time and a Perfect Readability in any situation

The Computer is provided with 12/24 Hour Format Clock, Calendar and a Versatile Dive Memory (logbook 70 hr or 60 dives) The Mathematical Model of Giotto can make Saturation and De-Saturation Calculations of Dives carried out both with Air and with NITROX in any moment of the dive In this last case you can set all the parameters related to the mixture of your dive: from the maximum allowed PO2 Value from between 17 4 to 23 2 psi (1 2 bars and 1 6 bars), to the Mixture's Oxygen Percentage (FO2): between 21% and 99% of O2 Additionally, the Device may be set by the user for either metric (m- C) or feet system (ft- F)

The Giotto Dive Computer has a Backlight Function for Low Light or Night Diving Conditions, Displays Depth to 393' (120 meters), is Altitude Adjustable and has a User Replaceable 3-Volt CR2430 Battery The Computer comes with a Gauge Face Guard, measures (D x H) 2 6" x 1" (65 x 27 mm) and weighs 4 77 oz (135 g) The Computer also comes with a Comprehensive Owner's Manual and is covered by a 24 month limited warranty



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

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer Features

  • First Mixed Gas Dive Computer Designed-and-Built Entirely by Cressi
  • 3-Button Interface: Effortless to Program Air, Nitrox and Gauge Modes
  • High-Definition Screen
  • Large Numerical Displays
  • Compact-and-Travel-Friendly
  • Battery Life Indicator and Distinct Audible Alarms: Deliver Critical Information & Peace-of-Mind
  • Full-Re-Set: Excellent Choice for Rental Departments
  • Algorithm: RGBM Algorithm, Bruce Wienke/Haldane Model
  • RGBM Factors for Safe Decompression Calculations in Repetitive Multi-Day Dives and with Gas Mixtures
  • Two-Different Hyper-Oxygenated Mixtures
  • Giotto by Cressi is a Recreational Advanced Tool
  • Displays: Depth, Dive Times, Decompression, Ascent Rate, Surface Intervals and Nitrogen Absorption-and-Release
  • Sophisticated Software
  • Large Display: PCD (Priority Compartment Digit Display) System
  • Easy-and-Direct "Dialogue" Between the Diver and Computer
  • Clear-Understanding of All Data Needed
  • Perfect Readability in Any Situation
  • 12/24 Hour Format Clock and Calendar
  • Versatile Dive Memory (logbook 70 hr or 60 dives)
  • Mathematical Model: For Saturation and De-Saturation Calculations of Dives on Air or NITROX
  • PO2 Value: Between 17.4 to 23.2 psi (1.2 bars and 1.6 bars)
  • Oxygen Percentage (FO2): Between 21% and 99% of O2
  • Imperial or Metric Measurements
  • Backlight Function for Low Light or Night Diving Conditions
  • Depth Display: 393' (120 meters)
  • Altitude Adjustable
  • User Replaceable 3-Volt CR2430 Battery
  • Gauge Face Guard
  • Dimensions: (D x H) 2.6" x 1" (65 x 27 mm)
  • Weight: 4.77 oz (135 g)
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer Specifications

Algorithm
Rgbm Algorithm: Bruce Wienke/Haldane Model
Audible Alarms
Yes
Depth Display
393' (120 Meters)
Altitude Adjustable
Yes, Up To 12,139' (3,700 Meters)
Operating Modes
Air, Nitrox And Gauge
Back Light
Yes
Memory Capacity
Logbook: 70 Hours Or 60 Dives
Time, Date & Temperature
Yes
Imperial/Metric Display
Yes
Power
User Replaceable 3-Volt Cr2430 Battery
Available in the Following Colors:
Black/Black~Exclusive Color, Black/Blue, Black/Gray, Black/Red, Black/White
Weight [with packaging]
1.15 lb

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4.3

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Pros

  • Lots of functions (6)
  • Easy to operate (5)
  • Easy to read (5)
  • Reliable (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (5)
    • Warm water (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Casual/ recreational (3)
      • Diving Type:
      • Open water diving (5), Drift diving (4), Night diving (3), Wreck diving (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (5)

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    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Good Buy, Liberal Computer

    By Captain Dalite

    from Orlando, FL

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

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

    Cons

    • No Sit Time Countdown
    • Senstive Ascent Rate
    • Weak Backlighting

    Best Uses

    • FIrst computer
    • Recreation

    Comments about Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer:

    Pros: Good first computer - its the first ive owned but have used others. Its liberal in my opinion but not extremely liberal (which is a good thing imo, you dont want to get bent). It easy to use, setup, read. It works out of the box if you just want to hop in the water. The 3 buttons is nice but not a huge advantage. Nitrox up to 99%!!! - F02 to 1.6 (all you'll ever need imo). Comes with a screen protecter. Nice packaging. It just works good and reads easy - all that you cant expect in a first dive computer.

    Cons: Its thick/big (not gonna make a fashion statement or wear it as a watch for going out on town). The backlighting is not fantastic, it could be brighter, in the daytime you may not even notice it. If ya turn all the lights off, well then its deff nice to have it, my buddy GEO 2.0 is way brighter. The surface interval on tells you how long you've been out, not when its safe to go back in, honestly not a deal breaker as use should know your tables and when its safe to go back in anyway - it will however use/apply the surface time in the dive planner to show you MDT for that planned depth. The no fly symbol is kind of useless - it just says no fly - not a time until you can fly ( i assume its 24hrs on this watch) it would be nice if it showed you a time countdown and maybe altitude (again you can use math for this). The 3 buttons is really not worth the extra $50 over the leanardo - ive used both and honestly if you want to say $50 the leanardo is pretty easy to navigate/setup using the single button - and it setups exactly like the giotto. However saying that, it does only have 40% nitrox vs the giottos 99% - thats kind of a dealbreaker for me and worth the $50 - use your judgement - also the giotto may be more liberal than the leanardo - i think they use slightly different algorithms. The ascent rate is sensitive - if you move your wrist from waist to eye level to take a look you are hearing beeps (this should be adjustable or toned down imo). The PC link interface is really not great, i ended up buying it but really i would save the money or get the divebuddy. They dont offer bungee mounts for the dive computer - i prefer these to the strap.

    Overal: Its a good buy and deff all you will need until you take your diving to the tech level. The giotto and leanardo share the same infared PC link so you can use it between both. Its liberal compared to Aeris or Suunto but it a safe kinf of way. It will help you get out of deco if you do accidently go into it, dont make that a habbit. I would deff buy it again, i think it offers more features and is better looking as well as more liberal for everything in its price range. Im happy and dont have any buyer remorse.

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

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great Value from Cressi

    By Nick S.

    from Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo, Mexico

    About Me Professional

    Pros

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

    Cons

    • None Yet

    Best Uses

      Comments about Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer:

      I bought this computer from Leisure Pro a few weeks ago. Always prompt delivery and great service from Aaron on the 1800 number. 

      So far it seems like a great computer. As a dive professional I prefer the wrist mount computers over the consoles or air integrated and I recommend my students to do the same. Keep it simple.

       It has a fairly liberal algorithm. At 60 ft/18 meters you get 49 minutes of NDL time. You can make it more conservative if you like. I've kept everything on the factory settings. 1.4 Po2 for nitrox diving.

       The important information is easy to read, nice big numbers. Has a long strap for those of you wearing thicker wetsuits. The 2 gas feature is nice especially if you dive both air and nitrox. I've got gas 1 set at 21% and gas 2 set at 32%. So easy to switch. I can do it during decent, depending on which gas I am diving on. 

      You can turn the computer off directly after a dive so that should help on battery life. The 3 button interface takes a little getting used to but it becomes very easy to use after just a few minutes of using it. 

      As a dive instructor, I've tried them all. Suunto, Oceanic, Tusa, Dive Rite, Uwatec, etc.

       The only thing I can't really comment on is durability as I only have 10 dives or so on it so far. It seems like a great computer and I would have no problem recommending to friends or students.

       Cressi actually makes it in Italy which surprises me in this day and age. Hope this review helps. Happy diving everyone!

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      4.0

      Good computer Great service

      By Nick

      from Riviera Maya, Mexico

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer
      Staff Reviewer

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer:

        Does what I expected it to do.

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

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        4.0

        Great dive watch!!

        By Greg the Shark

        from Tampa, FL

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Lots Of Functions
        • Reliable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer:

          I am new to diving, but getting more active all the time. This watch will be a great addition for me to be able to better track and log my dives.

          • Diving Type:
          • Drift Diving, Open Water Diving
          • Was this a gift?:
          • Yes

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          5.0

          Excellent Diving Computer

          By Francesco P.

          from Greensboro, VT

          About Me Casual/ Recreational

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • No compass

          Best Uses

          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer:

          I used the "Giotto" during my last week scuba vacation in Roatan, Honduras and I was extremely satisfied with the product.
          The computer comes with a manual CD, however I downloaded the "pdf" manual from Cressi website and read about the basic functions during last hour of flight to reach Roatan. It was enough to start to use the computer in a proficient way because it is very user friendly, it is an excellent design in term of information display.
          Spending an additional 1/2 hour with the manual allowed me to learn all the other functions.
          It is a perfect choice for whoever is looking for a larger size wrist computer (not watch size).
          Excellent quality/price ratio.

          • Diving Type:
          • Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving, Wreck Diving
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          • No

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          Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
          WOLFGANG W  My wife and I are divers for over 20 years. We thought it to be about time to catch up with technology and discard the manual charts. The Giotto seems to be a perfect replacement for them.
          Blake D  I just put my cressi giotto in water and it looks like there is water in the screen. Is that okay?
          jason w  There's a clear protective piece that goes over the screen. I'm not sure if that what your referring to but I've noticed water spots form underneath it. Not really a big deal though
          Blake D  I just bought it but I won't be diving for a while and I can't figure out how to turn it off. How do you turn it off?
          JOHN K V  It turns off automatically.
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