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About Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module

You have an analog console, but want to incorporate a nitrox dive computer to increase your diving fun and adventures. The Genesis ReAct Pro Computer Module can up-grade your console and increase your diving safety and fun. Computer will fit both Genesis and Sherwood current consoles since 2006, as well as many current consoles from Oceanic and Aeris.

The ReAct Pro has an intuitive operation and display, with large easy to read numbers and a clean matter-of-fact screen that gives you what you need to know about your dive when you need it. Computer can be used for air and nitrox diving, and has a gauge mode option. The module measures 1" (25.4mm) thick by 2.1" (53.34) in diameter.

The ReAct Pro can be programmed easily to operate in either imperial or metric measurements. The time can be run in a 12 or 24 hour format. The computer is water activated so there is no need to turn it on before you jump in the water. The computer has a common CR2450 consumer replaceable battery, guaranteeing you won't be on a once in a lifetime tropical vacation with a computer that needs factory battery replacement.

Computer can log up to 50 dives in its memory, so not to worry on a day-by-day bases when you're on vacation having fun, just wait to you get home and with an optional download cable you can upload all your memories onto your PC with full color graphics and key dive profile information. Computer also keeps a history of dive hours, so you can always see how many hours you have enjoyed your diving fun.

Night diving is aided with the HydroGlow back lighting which also comes in handy when on a cave or wreck diving adventure. If altitude diving is your thing the computer will automatically adjust up to 14, 000' (4267.2 meters). Maximum operational depth is 330' (100 meters), there is an automatic safety stop countdown timer and of course full decompression stop countdowns when required.

If you're diving Nitrox the computer has a 21% to 50% FO2, Nitrox indicator icon, 50% FO2 default function that is user selectable. The computer also will display O2 saturation both on the dive and on the surface along with FO2 display the same. In the computer surface mode you get surface interval time from first activation, current temperature, number of dives in the current series and the time and day.

Computer has both visual and audible alarms. The audiles can be disabled if you like to dive silent, or if you are one who gets excited when diving and need an audible reminder when critical dive information is important to know you have the option. Alarms can be set for ascent speed limits, depth limits, O2 and many others. So if you are looking for a computer that will give you the edge of safety in an easy to use and read format the ReAct Pro is what you are looking for.

The Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module is commonly used for Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Professional, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Advanced Diver, Recreational Diver among others. The Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module: Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience, Lots Of Functions, Reliable.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module Features

  • Intuitive operation and display
  • Air/Nitrox or Gauge operating mode
  • Expanded memory for dive profiles - access to up to 110 dives
  • Deep stop reminder - conforms to latest theories recommending deep stops for dives that exceed 80' (24.4 meters)
  • Digital and bar graph indicators for nitrogen or oxygen limits
  • Audible and visual alarms - diver selectable
  • Consumer replaceable battery
  • PC downloadable profiles
  • Three screens in Dive Mode - User Selected
  • Air/Nitrox - User Selected
  • Imperial or metric - User Selected
  • Dive log sample rate - User Selected
  • Pre-dive planning: Depth - User Selected
  • Time of Day (dive & surface)
  • 24 HR. or AM/PM
  • Month and day display
  • PC downloadable
  • Large 270° nitrogen absorption graph
  • Maximum depth - 330' (100 meters)
  • Deco stops to 60' (18.3 meters)
  • Safety stop countdown timer
  • Water or manual activation
  • Visual warnings and alarms
  • Automatic altitude adjustment - to 14,000' (4267.2 meters)
  • New long-life, consumer replaceable battery
  • Hydro-Glow illumination (dive & surface)
  • Surface Mode:
  • Surface interval time from first activation
  • Current temperature. Number of dives in current series
  • Time of day
  • nitrox Mode:
  • 21% to 50% FO2
  • nitrox indicator icon
  • 50% FO2 default - User selected
  • O2 Sat display (dive & surface)
  • FO2 display (dive & surface)

Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module Specifications

Audible Alarms:
Yes.
Depth Display:
330' (100 Meters).
Altitude Adjustable:
Yes. Automatic.
Operating Modes:
Air/Nitrox Or Gauge.
Back Light:
Yes.
Memory Capacity:
Up To 110 Dives.
Time, Date & Temperature:
Yes.
Imperial/Metric Display:
Yes.
Dual Time And Daily Alarm:
Yes.
Air Integrated:
Yes.
Pressure Display:
Yes.
Digital Compass:
Yes.
Weight [with packaging]
0.6 lb

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4.0

(based on 38 reviews)

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    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

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    (1)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to operate (31)
  • Easy to read (29)
  • Reliable (23)
  • Lots of functions (16)
  • Easy to use (4)

Cons

  • Limited functions (4)

Best Uses

  • Recreation (30)
  • Warm water (21)
  • Cold water (13)
  • Extreme depths (6)
  • Professional (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced diver (19), Advanced (6), Recreational diver (6), Casual/ recreational (3)
    • Diving Type:
    • Open water diving (18), Night diving (14), Wreck diving (13), Drift diving (12), Outdoor professional (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Simple Elegant Design

This is the second Genesis that I own. I got this one only to upgrade to the Nitrox feature, I am totally satisfied with both. The bar loading graph and other information is...Read complete review

This is the second Genesis that I own. I got this one only to upgrade to the Nitrox feature, I am totally satisfied with both. The bar loading graph and other information is intuative and easy to read, even for someone like me who wears reading glasses. All the critical info is there by default and all other info accessable via buttons. The backlight feature via press of the button is essential to night dives, overcasts or tunnels. I have changed batteries in my older Genesis a half dozen times with no problems, this model looks similar.

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Unreliable

Was great for a year, then started malfunctioning. Seems normal on beginning of dive, then screen goes blank. Dive memory dumped when restarted. [...]. Battery changing port is difficult to...Read complete review

Was great for a year, then started malfunctioning. Seems normal on beginning of dive, then screen goes blank. Dive memory dumped when restarted. [...]. Battery changing port is difficult to open and close. If you're taking one of these on a trip, take a backup computer. Not to be relied on.

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3.0

Great product, intuitive interface

By Kiwi Diver

from Auckland, New Zealand

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Easy To Operate
  • Easy To Read
  • Reliable

Cons

  • Data Xfer Does Not Work
  • No Support Available

Best Uses

  • Recreation

Comments about Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module:

This is a great entry-level dive computer with Nitrox functionality. It is easy to learn the operations, intuitive functions, enforces safe diving practices

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

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4.0

Great View

By Naga Tikus

from Malaysia

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module:

      I also bought the wrist boot, as I do not use a computer console; I do however have a back up Dive Rite mini-guages for my Mares Avantgarde BCD...Yes, with pneumatic tank adjuster!

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

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      5.0

      Best computer on the market

      By Divemaster Scott

      from pasadena, MD

      About Me Professional

      See all my reviews

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module:

        I have owned many types of computers, and the genesis resource and react lines are the simplest to use and read with minimal fiddle factor. Other divers and instructors agree. I have one on a boot console, and another as a backup attached to the HP hose. Battery replacement is simple, but does require the tool they send you with the computer, so do not lose it. Nitrox, night diving, simple air diving, are all easy with this computer.

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

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        4.0

        An good buy at that price

        By Adam

        from Denver, co

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Read
        • Lots Of Functions
        • Reliable

        Cons

        • Complicated
        • Limited Functions

        Best Uses

        • Cold Water
        • Recreation
        • Warm Water

        Comments about Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module:

        I bought it to replace my ancient oceanic cause I wanted to dive nitrox. I am using it in the oceanic wrist mount.

        The good things:

        Display and functions seem to be better organized then my old Oceanic which I use as a backup now. A couple of things I dont like about this computer...

        Many more features then data100. Temperature, Nitrox, time remaining of NDL, O2SAT, PO2 computations, computer interface and a few more.

        Illumination is good and functional.

        The good things is that for basic things its easy to use and understand. It seems reliable and somewhat liberal.

        Now the things that are not so great.

        a) Menu system is somewhat convoluted. 2 menu sets. Have to remember which set the setting you want to change is at. Have to click buttons many times to get to the right settings.

        b) to see elapsed time you have to push a button instead of it being on the main screen. I suppose they did that to reduce confusion... I would be nice if a setting could control which time you would see on main display.

        c) LOG feature - very limited and hard to navigate. I dont have the computer cable. I suppose that would give me more info not sure.

        d) Time to fly - just a simple 24hr countdown... The display that is supposed to show date and time to fly does not work and shows garbage.

        e) a plastic screen protector gets fogged up easily and hard to read on the surface.

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

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        4.0

        A few suggestions

        By KTK

        from New Orleans

        About Me Advanced

        Pros

        • Easy To Operate

        Cons

        • Hard To Read

        Best Uses

          Comments about Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Module:

          A couple of things to consider before you buy this. I have only used this DC for 12 dives so far, but my wife also has one with the same number of dives. For the typical recreational diver, this is good computer. If you are considering the less expensive model with only one button, you can register on Genesis' web site and download the manuals for both computers and compare features. The main feature that I was looking for was PC download so the Genesis ResourcePro model was not an option. If I had to point out the bad features of this DC, it would be that part of the display (symbols printed on the white ring) are partially hidden by the black rim, buttons, and protective plastic shield. That means that you will not get a clear picture of the N2 loading and the ascent rate when you glance at it. And, if you ever should enter a decompression mode, you will have a hard time seeing the decompression stop depth. That said... after you get used to viewing the display under water, you learn the "position" of the above items. The DC also comes with audio alarms for violations and notices. For example, a single beep will sound when you reach the safety stop depth; however, the sound is so weak that you will not hear this beep. It is faint even if you hold up the DC to your ear.

          With all the negatives above, here are the positives. The majority of setting, you set up well in advance of your dive. If set correctly, you will not have to change them again. The only thing that I set before each dive was the Nx %, which is one of the first menus you reach.

          Underwater, the main display that tells you current depth and how much bottom time you have available is clearly displayed (calculated based on N2 loading or O2 saturation). From the main screen, you need to push a button to reach the other screens (such as max depth, temperature, O2 info, etc.). It is simple enough but you need to study the manual to remember what all the information means.

          If you are considering buying the cable for PC download: Note that a lot of web-posts on the internet suggest there are problems with the communication between PC and DC. I had the same problems and was ready to give up and send the cable back until I figured out to select that you have a "REACTPRO(WHITE)." The other option ("REACTPRO") made more sense to me but I was wrong...I presume that the reference to "WHITE" has to do with the white ring around the display. Once this was done it was easy to download the information to the computer. The software could be better designed but it is adequate. I still like to keep my paper logs handy. If you do not have the cable, you can still access the logs on the DC but only the vital information.

          All-in-all, this is a good computer for the average diver that do not plan to be a technical diver doing regular decompression dives.

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

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          Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
          ALAN C  Had 2 of older style since year 2000, has worked well over 400+ dives. Need to update model with deep stop and safety stop timmer. Simple but very useful computer. Very easy to use and adjust for NOx32 when available even when mixing air/NOx between consecutive dives. Has Back light for night dives. My wife will not change computers.
          alan g  mine flooded, is there any hope?
          RILLA K  Mine worked for a couple of years and then suddenly stopped working. Battery replacement did not fix it so I bought a different cheaper brand. I really liked this one better but it was too expensive and I needed to buy another one for my son as he didn't have one. In the end, I bought two for the price of one of these.
          Shopper  I have a problem with my unit. It is stuck in log mode and is does not turn off automatically and pressing both keys does not solve it. So I tried to take out the battery and the instructions in the manual does not match what the unit looks like. I can remove the hatch ring but after that nothing else appear to be removable. Can you offer any suggestion?
          K T  Thanks for the suggestions. I was, after some time, able to remove the clear/gold cover that hides the battery with the help of some sticky duck tape. After removing the battery for a few minutes, the problem went away and the unit returned to surface mode. Also, thanks for the suggestion of testing it in fresh water before salt water.
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