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Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) Metric


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About Oceanic Max-Depth

Oceanic's Max-Depth Metric Combo Console has a Submersible Pressure Gauge and a Depth Gauge in a Durable Impact Resistant Boot with a High Pressure Hose. The Pressure Gauge has 0 to 350 bars Readout with a Safety Reserve 0 to 50 bars Color Coded in Red to allow the diver to know that they are low on air. The Impact-Resistant Boot has Multiple Eyelets for attachment of a clip or lanyard to keep the gauge close at hand and from dragging over the environment. The 7/16" UNF Neoprene Jacket Double Braided High-Pressure Hose has a 360° Swivel end for easy use. The Pressure Gauge is also equipped with a Temperature Gauge. Both the Pressure and Temperature Gauge Needles Tips are colored Bright Red for easy reading.

The Depth Gauge is equipped with Maximum Depth Indicator Needle which will mark your Deepest Depth reached on a dive. This feature is helpful when Logging Dive Information providing key information for Repetitive Dives. Depth Gauge is Color Coded for easy and safe reading at a glance. Depth Gauge has a 0 to 60 meter Readout with a Safety Red Color Coded Indicators from 0 to 10 meters.

The air-filled diaphragm design of the Oceanic Max-Depth Gauge allows an Expanded Shallow Scale for better Readability at sport diving depths. Both the Pressure and Depth Gauges have Luminous Displays that Absorbs Light Seven Times faster and brighter than other Glow-in-the-Dark Materials, enhances the Readability of the Max-Depth Gauge's. Combo Gauge is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

The Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) Metric is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Professional, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) Metric is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Professional Diver, Recreational Diver among others. The Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) Metric is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) Metric: Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience, Lightweight, Reliable, Solid Construction.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


Oceanic Max-Depth Features

  • Oceanic 60 Meter Max-Depth Combo Gauge (Old Style) "Metric"
  • Pressure Depth Gauge Combo
  • Durable Impact Resistant Boot
  • Multiple Attachment Point for Clips & Lanyards
  • Luminescent Faces for Low Light Conditions
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • Readout: 0 to 350 bars
  • Color Coded Red Safety Reserve 0 to 50 bars
  • 7/16" UNF Neoprene Jacket Double Braided High-Pressure Hose
  • 360° Swivel End for Easy Use
  • Temperature Gauge
  • Red Tipped Needles for Easy Reading
  • Depth Gauge:
  • Readout: 0 to 60 meters
  • Safety Red Color Coded Indicators from 0 to 10 meters
  • Air-Filled Diaphragm Design
  • Expanded Shallow Scale for Better Readability
  • Maximum Depth Indicator Needle (MDIN)
  • MDIN: Great Feature for Repetitive Diving

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Peety1337 P  The picture does not indicate that is is metric. Are the units meters & bar?
DARREN S  Yes. The picture shows American measurements but I received my gauge in standard measurements, bar and meters. I don't know why they can't show a picture of the actual model.
CHRIS E  Yes, its metric. The pressure gauge is in Bar, and the depth gauge reads in metres. The temperature gauge reads in Celcius. This gauge works simple and easy. Good choice.
TIMOTHY W  Yes, this depth gauge is in meters and bars. I like it very much. It is easy to read and very accurate. I would purchase this product again, and Leisure Pro has good delivery. I am an instructor and I use this gauge while I am teaching classes.
ENRIQUE R  The one I have is in Metric units. It is not that complicated and the color code helps a lot in case you are use to British units. Besides, when you go out of the US, most of the dive masters ans boat captains will speak in metric, so it is good to know both
JEREMIAH L  I bought this setup almost three years ago and use it on my primary rig. The depth gauge is in meters, the pressure gauge (air supply) is in BAR. I have had zero issues with this spg.
Shopper  What is the weight of this gauge in grams or kilograms?
D STEPHEN R  I don't have it with me, but would estimate weight at half a kilogram.
Shopper  Does this have a compass?
LeisurePro S  There is no compass on this gauge. Here is the compass module you can add on for an extra fee.
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