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Oceanic OCL Dive Computer Watch Only

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About Oceanic OCL Dive Computer Watch Only

Introducing the OCL, a fully capable dive computer packed into a stylish and amazingly low-profile design. This dive computer's uniquely small form factor means that it doesn't have to live with your dive gear between dives. The OCL features Oceanic's exclusive Dual Algorithm, custom alarms, Nitrox compatibility and replaceable batteries. It's as at home in the office as it is 100' (30 meters) down and with you every day. Powered by Oceanic's Exclusive Dual Algorithm - Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis). The OCL has a stainless steel case design.

4 Operating Modes: WATCH (alternate time, chrono, daily alarm, countdown timer), NORM (Air and Nitrox), GAUGE (with run timer) and FREE (tracks calculations to allow switching between NORM and Free). Switch between up to 2 Nitrox mixes from 21% to 100% O2 with no restriction (Gas 1 may be up to 100%, and may be less or greater than Gas 2). Stop times less than 3 minutes - displays minutes & seconds, deep stop with countdown timer maybe turned on or off, 2 minute countdown at half your max depth, for dives greater than 80' (25 meters). Single button access to "last dive" display (max depth & bottom time), data retention - maintains calculations indefinitely when the battery is changed, audible alarm with flashing LED light, 24 dive on-unit log book and history mode includes total number of dives, max depth, total dive hours, and lowest temp.

Optional PC interface with OceanLog download and settings upload, 24 dive log memory for diving and 99 dives in free dive mode. The computers altitude algorithm is Buhlmann, IANDT, RDP (Cross) with altitude correction and O2 limits based on the NOAA tables and provides altitude adjustability from 3,001' to 14,000' (916 to 4,200 meters). The computer is powered by a CR2430 lithium battery that can provide up to 300-dive hours. The Computer has an operational depth of 330' (100 meters). When in low light conditions the Oceanic OCL is equipped with a backlight with an adjustable duration function. The OCL can be set for imperial or metric units of measure, clock can be set for a 12 or 24 hour format with a dual time function and much more. The computer comes with a comprehensive owner's manual.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


Oceanic OCL Dive Computer Watch Only Features

  • Oceanic OCL Dive Computer Watch
  • Computer Type Stainless Steel Wristwatch
  • 2 Nitrox Mixes to 100% Oxygen
  • Deep Stop with Countdown Timer
  • Audible Alarms with User Acknowledgment
  • Gauge Mode with Run-Timer
  • History Mode and 24 Dive/99 Free Dives On-Unit Log Book
  • "Last Dive" Display: Max Depth and Dive Time
  • Diver-Replaceable Battery with Data Retention
  • Power: CR2430 Lithium Battery
  • Operational Depth: 330' (100 meters)
  • Altitude Adjustable: 3,001' to 14,000' (916 to 4,200 meters)
  • 12 or 24 Hour Time Format
  • Imperial or Metric Units of Measurements
  • Dual Time Display and Daily Alarms
  • Backlight for Night or Low Light Conditions
  • 4 Operating Modes: Watch, NORM, Free Dive and Gauge
  • Time, Date & Temperature
  • PC Interface (with optional cable)
  • Oceanic's Dual Algorithm:
    Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) 
    Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis)
  • Ascent Rate Monitor
  • Safety Stop Adjustable
  • Deep Stop
  • PC Interface MAC (mobile, cloud & comp) (with optional USB cable) PC (comp only)
  • Firmware Update (with optional USB cable)
  • FREE Digital Online Class
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual

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Virgilio T  How do you download the logs into the pc? Where do you attach the usb cable? Do you have the usb cable for this dive computer?
Bari G  There is no cable for this PDC. Oceanic were planning to release one, but - somehow in the mix-up of changes surrounding the sale of PPS Corp and the establishment of AUP Inc - the idea got 'lost/dropped'. I think they're making a mistake re this, but - that's their choice! For diving, I use mine as a 2ndary (or 'back-up') to my VTX. But I also use the OCL for ski-trips, hiking trips, etc. It's a super travel watch, too!
Phil B  There is no way to download from this dive computer. Called Oceanic with the question: where can I get the needed cable? Answer was: " We are not going to make this cable" Tried to return the unit to Leisure pro, was told my computer was only worth $200 store credit. Great computer for all the features it has, but no downloading from this unit.
Shopper  I was looking at purchasing this watch primary for free diving and was wondering what features it offers in free mode? I know there are free dive specific watches but they all seem plastic and cheap so I'd rather buy this one if it will do what I need it to do.
Frank L  This is not a freediving specific computer, so the sampling rate would be higher than the F.10 or F.11, which have one second sampling rates.
Shopper  How does the backlight work? Can one configure it so that it is always on? I need a computer that does not require for me to push a button for it to light up in semi-dark conditions. Thanks
Bari G  Hi, I bought my OCL as a 'back-up' to my VTX. I did not want anywhere near the functions the VTX or other computers like the OC1 or OCS have, and - for me - the OCL is perfect. The back-light is button-operated, and the length of time it remains on is adjustable, but it does switch itself back off eventually. If you want something that works automatically in semi-dark or dark conditions then the VTX is simply unbeatable (plus, air-integration, compass, etc). I use both - one on each wrist, and in normal daytime diving I find myself using the OCL more, surprisingly.
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