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About Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter

The choice is yours. The debate about a Dive Computer's Algorithm is Over. It is no longer about whether an Algorithm is Right-or-Wrong, Liberal-or-Conservative. It is simply about what is Right-for-You-at-the-Current Moment. You no longer have to choose a Brand-Based on your Decompression Algorithm Preference. Oceanic's given you the choice depending on who you're diving with or the kind of diving that you're doing, with the first dive computer powered by our exclusive.

The Oceanic OC1 is an Advanced All-In-One Dive Computer featuring Oceanic's exclusive Dual Algorithm, Wireless Air-Integration, Digital Compass, Remote Buddy Pressure Check, and so much more, all in a Strong, Lightweight Titanium Housing. The OC1 Computer is powered by Oceanic's Exclusive Dual Algorithm - Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis). This Wireless Air Integrated Technology Systems Forged Titanium Body with 660' (200 meter) Depth Rating with Advanced Digital Compass that provides North, Reference, Auto Home, and Declination Adjustment (see NOAA's NGDC geomagnetic chart) and can Switch between 3-Independent Transmitters, with up to 3-NITROX Mixes to 100% O2 will meet all your today Diving Needs and those in the Future!

No need to Stow it in your Gear Bag while Traveling or Everyday for that matter. The Computers Advanced Watch Functions including Alternate Time Zone, Stopwatch, Lap Timer, Daily Alarm, and Countdown Timer. You may never want to take it off! When Diving the Computer has Deep Stop with Countdown Timer, Gauge Mode with Run-Timer, Watch, Norm (AIR/NITROX) Gauge, and Free Dive Modes of Operation. The Computer is Water or Push Button Activated. Want to Customize your Own-Safety-Factors? The OC1 Computer provides Personal Conservative Factor Adjustments (PCFA). Each Level of the PCFA provides No Decompression Limits for the next Dive +3,000' (920 meter) Altitude Adjustment.

The Computers Altitude Algorithm is based on the NOAA Model and provide Altitude Adjustability from 2,000' to 14,000' (610 to 4,200 meters). The Computer has an Operational (Gauge/Free Dive Modes) Depth of 660' (200 meters) with a (NORM Mode) Depth of 330' (100 meters). When in Low Light Conditions the OC1 is equipped with Smart-Glo Backlight with an Adjustable Duration Function. The Computer is powered by a CR2450 Lithium Battery that can provide up to 300-Dive Hours. The Computer allows Battery Hot Swap to Retain-Dive-Data along with a Graphic Low Battery Indicator.

With the included Transmitter you will be able to take advantage of all the Wire-Less Air Integrated Functions of the OC1 Computer. The Transmitter is powered by a user Replaceable 3.6-Volt CR2 Battery. When Coupled with the Transmitter the OC1 provides the following unique features:
Air Time Remaining:
The Air Time Remaining feature Calculates Current Depth, Tank Pressure, Breathing Rate, Ascent Time, and Decompression Status to tell exactly how much time you can remain underwater. The OC1 Dive Computer Continually Displays Air Time Remaining via a Numerical Bar Graph in addition to Cylinder Pressure. You may also Display Air Time Remaining in Oversized Digits at any time with the Press of a Button.

Dive Time Remaining:
Dive Time Remaining, like Air Time Remaining provides a 'Real' Number in minutes. This Calculation combines Air Time Remaining, Nitrogen and Oxygen Absorption, Displaying whichever allows less time. The OC1 features Push-Button or Automatic Activation, Triggered by Water Contact. A benefit of Push-Button Activation is easily verifying Operation and Cylinder Pressure, but in case you forget, or simply choose not to activate your computer, it can be as simple as jumping in the water.

Other features of the OC1 Computer are Alarm Acknowledgment, Ascent Rate Range, Ascent Rate Maximum, Decompression Capacity of 10' to 60' (3 to 18 meters), Deep Stop Function, Automatic Safety Stop Prompt, Audible Alarms, Calendar/Clock, 24 Hour Time to Fly Countdown, Calculated De-Saturation Fly Countdown, Dive Mode Displays, High O2 and PO2 Alarm/Warnings, 24 Dive On-Board Log Capacity, Temperature Display, Nitrogen and Oxygen Tissue Loading and Loading Bar Graphs, No Decompression Time Remaining, O2 Time Remaining, Variable Ascent Rate Bar Graph, Set Max Depth Alarm, FO2 Value (%) for 3 Gases, Max PO2 Alarm, Free Dive Settings, Unit of Measurement Setting and Much More. The OC1 Computer comes with a High Pressure Transmitter, USB Cable, Oceanic Ocean Log PC Download, and PC Setting Upload, Durable Wrist Band with Extender, User Upgradeable Firmware and Digital Online Class. Computer is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

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The Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter is commonly used for Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter : Easy To Read, Lots Of Functions, Reliable.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter Features

  • Debates About Dive Computer's Algorithm is Over
  • No Longer About an Algorithm is Right-or-Wrong, Liberal-or-Conservative
  • Now, Right-for-You-at-the-Current Moment
  • Oceanic's Dual Algorithm:
    Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis)
    Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis)
  • Advanced All-In-One Dive Computer
  • Wireless Air-Integration, Digital Compass, Remote Buddy Pressure Check
  • Strong, Lightweight Titanium Housing
  • Forged Titanium Body with 660' (200 meter) Depth Rating
  • Advanced Digital Compass:
    North
    Reference
    Auto Home
    Declination Adjustment (see NOAA's NGDC geomagnetic chart)
  • Switch Between 3-Independent Transmitters, with up to 3-NITROX Mixes to 100% O2
  • Meet All-your-Today Diving Needs and Those-in-the-Future!
  • Computers Advanced Watch Functions:
    Great Timepiece for Everyday-Use!
    Alternate Time Zone
    Stopwatch
    Lap Timer
    Daily Alarm
    Countdown Timer
    You-Won't-Want-to-Take-It-Off
  • Air Time Remaining (ATR):
    Calculates Current Depth
    Tank Pressure
    Breathing Rate
    Ascent Time
    Decompression Status
    Combines Data for Accurate ATR
  • Dive Time Remaining (DTR):
    Calculation Combines Air Time Remaining
    Nitrogen and Oxygen Absorption
    Combines Data for Accurate DTR
  • Deep Stop with Countdown Timer
  • Gauge Mode with Run-Timer
  • Watch, Norm (AIR/NITROX) Gauge, and Free Dive Modes of Operation
  • Water or Push Button Activated
  • Personal Conservative Factor Adjustments (PCFA)
  • PCFA: Provides No Decompression Limits for Next Dive +3,000' (920 meter) Altitude Adjustment
  • Altitude Algorithm Based on NOAA Model
  • Altitude Adjustability from 2,000' to 14,000' (610 to 4,200 meters)
  • Operational (Gauge/Free Dive Modes) Depth of 660' (200 meters)
  • Operational (NORM Mode) Depth of 330' (100 meters)
  • Smart-Glo Backlight with Adjustable Duration Function fro Low Light Conditions
  • Computer User Replaceable CR2450 Lithium Battery
  • Transmitter User Replaceable 3.6 Volt CR2 Battery
  • Battery Life, 300-Dive Hours
  • Computer Battery Hot Swap to Retain-Dive-Data
  • Computer Graphic Low Battery Indicator
  • Alarm Acknowledgment, Ascent Rate Range, Ascent Rate Maximum
  • Decompression Capacity of 10' to 60' (3 to 18 meters), Deep Stop Function
  • Automatic Safety Stop Prompt
  • Audible Alarms, Calendar/Clock, 24 Hour Time to Fly Countdown
  • Dive Mode Displays, High O2 and PO2 Alarm/Warnings
  • Calculated De-Saturation Fly Countdown
  • 24 Dive On-Board Log Capacity
  • Temperature Display
  • Nitrogen and Oxygen Tissue Loading and Loading Bar Graphs
  • No Decompression Time Remaining, O2 Time Remaining, Variable Ascent Rate Bar Graph
  • Set Max Depth Alarm, FO2 Value (%) for 3 Gases
  • Max PO2 Alarm
  • Free Dive Settings, Unit of Measurement Setting and Much More
  • USB Cable, Oceanic Ocean Log PC Download, and PC Setting Upload
  • Durable Wrist Band with Extender
  • User Upgradeable Firmware
  • Digital Online Class
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter Specifications

Algorithm
Dual: Pelagic Dsat (Spencer/Powell Data Basis) Or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann Zhl-16C Data Basis)
Audible Alarms
Yes
Depth Display
Norm (Air/Nitrox): 330' (100 Meters), Gauge/Free Dive Modes: 660' (200 Meters)
Altitude Adjustable
Yes, 2,000' To 14,000' (610 To 4,200 Meters)
Operating Modes
Watch, Norm (Air/Nitrox) Gauge, And Free Dive
Back Light
Yes, Adjustable
Memory Capacity
On-Board 24 Dive Log
Time, Date & Temperature
Yes
Imperial/Metric Display
Yes
Power
Computer: Cr2450 Lithium Battery, Transmitter: 3.6-Volt Cr2 Battery
Dual Time And Daily Alarm
Yes
Air Integrated
Yes
Pressure Display
Yes, 0 To 5000 Psi/ 0 To 345 Bars
Digital Compass
Yes
Upgradable
Yes
Weight [with packaging]
Orange: 1.1 lb,
Blue: 1.15 lb

OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter Customer Reviews

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Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter
 
4.3

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Pros

  • Easy to read (6)
  • Lots of functions (6)
  • Reliable (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (6)
    • Warm water (5)
    • Cold water (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Advanced (3)
      • Diving Type:
      • Open water diving (6), Drift diving (4), Night diving (4), Wreck diving (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (3)

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    4.0

    Fashionable advance dive computer

    By The Irishman

    from FL

    About Me Advanced

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    Pros

    • Easy To Read
    • Lots Of Functions
    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Ai Is Conservative
    • Complicated For Beginners

    Best Uses

    • Cold Water
    • Recreation
    • Warm Water

    Comments about Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter:

    I have used the OC1 and transmitter, as my primary dive computer, for 63 dives, over a 8 month period. i have not had any issues with the computer's advertised functions. I have not had any issues with the battery in either unit. I have updated the firmware once with no issues. The display is easy to read and the backlighting is sufficient to read in complete darkness. The backlighting can be set between 5-60 seconds. I find it easy to navigate the controls underwater and easy to switch gasses during deco. The computer wears like a watch and can be used without the extension over a 2-3mm wetsuit. The computer is small and light enough to wear as a watch while on a trip. The compass is accurate to use for basic navigation. Because it's mounted on your wrist, I find a SPG compass is easier to use. The AI on my unit consistently reads 200 psi less that my actual SPG pressure reading. The estimated air time remaining is a nice reference point. But, I do not trust the estimated air time remaining past a basic reference point. My guess is that both of these issues have built in safety features. The AI connection is reliable and only drops out if I move my wrist to the extreme low right causing by body to block the signal. The AI connection is very quick to reconnect when my wrist comes back to a normal position. I dive the DSAT setting the majority of the time. I do not set a conservative factor and use a PO2 of 1.6. I also use the deep stop option. I find the OC1 to be liberal in it's NDL requirement when compared to other computers with the same settings. I have tested this on many occasions, on a variety of dive types, with as many as 4 in a day averaging 95 ft max depth. Over all the menus and settings are easy for me to operate and took very little time for me to understand. I did not require the manual to figure out the controls and settings. The PC connection is quick and easy to use with MacDive. I have not used the computer with any other software. The cons of the unit are minor and personal. There are many audible alarm settings. I find the alarms to be easy to hear and annoying at times. It is possible to completely turn off the audible alarms, but not turn off all of them individually. I find the AI to be a reference at best and really not necessary other than easy mans dive logging when using the PC connection. I would recommend this computer, but not to a person who is easily frustrated by technology. There are too many features and choices to have to run through the menus and I could see it easily frustrating someone who is technology challenged. This computer is also overkill for a beginning diver or someone who dives a few times a year on vacation, at recreational limits. The reason I'm giving it 4 stars is that 4.5 stars is not a choice and because the computer is close, but not perfect. It has a few minor annoyances.

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

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    5.0

    Great Dive Computer...worth the cost.

    By Jluca

    from CT

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Cold Water
      • Extreme Depths
      • Recreation
      • Warm Water

      Comments about Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter:

      Great dive computer. Take the dive simulator that comes with the package.

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

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      5.0

      Great dive watch

      By Jeff

      from Texas

      About Me Beginner

      Pros

      • Easy To Read
      • Lots Of Functions

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter:

        This watch looks great and fits perfect. It is easy to read under water. It operates very similar to my VT3 and I was up and running with it on my first dive. I highly recommend this watch.

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

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        (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        complicated but worth it

        By Ken

        from Texas

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Easy To Read
        • Lots Of Functions
        • Reliable

        Cons

        • Complicated

        Best Uses

        • Recreation
        • Reduced vizability
        • Warm Water

        Comments about Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter:

        Purchased this unit for myself and my wife. Love the ability to keep an eye on eachother's remaining air. I have had bilateral cattaract surgery so reading the numbers is an issue - this unit worked just fine even in reduced vizability though for night diving ar really rstricted vision I switch to my computer mask. All in all a really good item but you do have to spend time learning to use it-- well it is an advanced piece of electronic equipment. the connection to the computer and electronic log is as commented by others -- outdated, flakey and unreliable. The IT folks for oceanic really need to get it corrected it degrades the reputation of an otherwise great piece of gear ( same thing applies to the Computer mask)

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

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        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        This thing does it all...but for a price

        By Brian

        from Seattle, WA

        About Me Recreational Diver

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

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

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Cold Water
          • Extreme Depths
          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Oceanic OC1 Dive Computer with Transmitter:

          I just came back from Roatan and the OC1 was fantastic. Wet activation mode and seamless activation of the wireless control make it practically idiot proof. Jump in the water and it takes over. Plus the unit is gorgeous. I had many compliments (nondivers included) on the looks and style of the unit.

          You do need to spend some time studying the menus and functions. It may be a bit confusing at first but then becomes obvious once you become familiar with it. My dive buddy could hear the audio warnings 20 feet away! I never had any data errors or communications mishaps. The watch was easy to read during the night dives and low light dives.

          The negatives: the screws fell off the wristband latch after the 4th dive and the lens cover came off after the 8th dive. I replaced the screws with the ones from the extended wristband, ensured they were tight, and had no problems after that.

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

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          Shopper  what is the difference between the OCNOC1W and and this one?
          MIKE N  one comes with the transmitter and one without... looking at the prices.. i see the cheaper one has the transmitter... odd... but i love mine.. i actually wear mine as a regular watch sometimes too with the clear rubber top to protect the screen... but the compass built in with way home is great... but i always have an extra... especially as an instructor... hope this helps.. but i would get this and recommend tHis to anyone who likes wrist computers... works well with my whites drysuit also...... happy holidays
          Raymond E  How thick is this dive computer? Can you wear it in watch mode?
          Ben T  Its about 15 ml and its bulky but wearable.
          Shopper  The video suggests the navigation data is downloadable. Is this the case?
          Monica s  Navigation info is not downloaded.
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