Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer

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About Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer

Technology has never been easier. Brimming with all the tech and performance features serious divers seek and Oceanic's trademark ease-of-use, the Veo 2.0 could not only be your first PDC, but the last you'll ever need. The Veo 2.0 is a relatively basic computer, but comes with features including a full menu of audible and visual alarms for everything from nitrox settings to depth, time and deco status. You also get a backlight function (you set the duration) and the option of downloading your profiles to a PC. The Veo 2.0 features large, easy-to-read digits and well-designed bar graphs to make monitoring your ascent rate and nitrogen loading easy.

The Veo 2.0 is powered by Oceanic's Exclusive Dual Algorithm - lets you choose the decompression algorithm basis that best suits your diving needs without compromising safety. The Dual Algorithm allows you to choose from the Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data base) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data base). Computer has 3 Operating Modes: NORM (Air and Nitrox), GAUGE (with run timer) and FREE (tracks calculations to allow switching between NORM and Free). 2 Operating Buttons allow Step Forward" and Fast Scroll" Interface for streamlined access and setting of personal options Deep Stop with Countdown Timer. May be turned on or off. The Computer has a 2 minute countdown feature at half your max depth, for dives greater than 80' (25 meters). The Computer is Automatically Altitude Adjustable from 2,000 to 14,000' (610 to 4,200 meters) and has a variable Ascent Rate from 30 fpm to 60 fpm (9 m/min to 18 m/min).

Other features of the Veo 2.0 Computer are; Air or Single Nitrox Mix to 50% O2, 24 Dive On-Unit Log Book, History Mode includes total number of dives, max depth, total dive hours, and lowest temperature. The Computer uses 12 Tissue Compartments for Nitrogen Absorption Calculations (5 to 480 minutes), Decompression Capability 10' to 60' (2 to 18 meters), User Replaceable CR2450 Battery with a Battery Life of approximately 300 hours, can be set for Imperial/Metric Units of Measure, comes with a Comprehensive Owner's Manual and much more! Computer is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

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The Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer is commonly used for Recreation and more. The Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. The Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer : Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Reliable.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer Features

  • Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer
  • Technology has Never Been Easier!
  • Full Menu of Audible and Visual Alarms
  • Dual Algorithm: Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data base) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data base)
  • 3 Operating Modes: NORM (Air and Nitrox), Gauge and Free Dive
  • 2 Operating Buttons allow Step Forward" and Fast Scroll" Interface
  • Deep Stop with Countdown Timer
  • Automatically Altitude Adjustable from 2,000 to 14,000' (610 to 4,200 meters)
  • Power: User Replaceable CR2450 Battery
  • Battery Life of Approximately 300 Hours
  • Variable Ascent Rate from 30 fpm to 60 fpm (9 m/min to 18 m/min)
  • SmartGlo Backlight: Adjustable Duration
  • On-Unit Log Capacity: 24 Dives
  • History Mode Includes: Total Number of Dives, Max Depth, Total Dive Hours, and Lowest Temperature
  • Air or Single Nitrox Mix to 50% O2
  • 12 Tissue Compartments for Nitrogen Absorption Calculations (5 to 480 minutes)
  • Decompression Capability 10' to 60' (2 to 18 meters)
  • Imperial/Metric Units of Measure
  • Operating Depth (NORM/FREE): 330' (100 meters)
  • Operating Depth (GAUGE): 399' (120 meters)
  • 24 Hour Time to Fly Countdown
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual
  • Free Online Class "Get the Most out of your Dive Computer"
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer Specifications

Algorithm
Dual Algorithm: Pelagic Dsat (Spencer/Powell Data Base) Or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann Zhl-16C Data Base)
Audible Alarms
Yes
Depth Display
399' (120 Meters)
Altitude Adjustable
Yes, 2,000 To 14,000' (610 To 4,200 Meters)
Operating Modes
Norm (Air/Nitrox) Gauge, And Free Dive
Back Light
Yes
Memory Capacity
24 Dives
Time, Date & Temperature
Yes
Imperial/Metric Display
Yes
Power
Cr2450 Battery
Weight [with packaging]
0.6 lb
Mfr #
SKU
OCNV20W

VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer Customer Reviews

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3.7

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to operate (4)
  • Easy to read (4)
  • Reliable (4)
  • Lots of functions (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Recreation (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (4)
    • Diving Type:
    • Wreck diving (6), Night diving (5), Open water diving (5), Drift diving (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (7)

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5.0

One Outstanding Air/Nitrox Dive Computer

By Pattcuda

from Orlando, Florida

About Me Professional

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Simple use, easy to read

Cons

  • No cons for this computer

Best Uses

  • Recreation

Comments about Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer:

This dive computer is the best value for 95% of the diving most divers will ever do. This is the best dive computer a beginning diver could buy for the money. The ease and understanding to using this dive computer is second to none.

  • Diving Type:
  • Wreck Diving
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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1.0

best algorithm compared to suunto

By alex aag

from philippines

About Me Advanced

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Pros

  • Lots of dive time

Cons

  • Breakdown easily

Best Uses

    Comments about Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer:

    my previous veo 2.0 has this problem (the menu keeps on scrolling, all the buttons will not respond). It was replace under warranty. my new veo 2.0 has similar problem again after using for 11 months (132 nitrox dives). maybe this dive computer has a factory defect.

    • Diving Type:
    • Spearfishing
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    3.0

    Meh..

    By Smalane

    from Silverdale WA

    About Me Professional

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    Pros

    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Complicated
    • Hard To Read
    • Limited Functions

    Best Uses

    • Cold Water
    • Recreation

    Comments about Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer:

    Found this on sale and decided it was probably a good buy as a first/backup PDC... the manuals make no sense at all and if you have no prior experience with an oceanic computer or their algorithms, I STRONGLY suggest that you take the virtual class offered online (divecomputertraining)I noticed that the variable ascent rate indicator was SUPER touchy and seemed to have a personality of it's own. you could never ascend too slow (my pp2.1 never flashed when this thing did) and notice how i said "flashed"? i say that because the speaker for the audible alarm is pressed up against your suit and this thing is impossible to hear. Forget about night diving with this thing, too. it's 3 second backlit display makes it impossible to manage your ascent rate because you CANT SEE IT! Overall, I would say this is a good addition as a backup and certainly better than the BUD that oceanic makes, but I would not suggest that anyone depend on it as a primary.

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

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    4.0

    Great computer at a good price

    By The Newt

    from North Carolina

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Nitrox
      • Recreation
      • Warm Water

      Comments about Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer:

      My first use with this wrist mount was in Bonaire this past week. The computer functioned perfectly through 18 dives with no issues. This is my first wrist-mounted unit and it took very little time to get accustomed to. Large display was easy to read even though I use reading glasses on the surface! It took very little practice to learn the sequence and menus. Very intuitive.

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

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      4.0

      Great Dive Computer for the Money

      By Mars

      from Virginia

      About Me Advanced

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      Pros

      • Easy To Operate
      • Easy To Read

      Cons

      • Bulky

      Best Uses

      • Recreation

      Comments about Oceanic VEO 2.0 Air/Nitrox Wrist Dive Computer:

      Great dive computer, and Oceanic stands behind the warranty with good fast service.

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

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      Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
      DAVID C H  I needed a new computer as my last one wasn't nitrox capable. Found this computer very hard and overly complex to operate. Oceanic had very poor instructions unless you took an on-line course.
      Mungming Y  How about the dimension ?
      TIMOTHY H  Not sure why you're asking. I own multiple VEOs, we have them on wrist straps, one is in a holder that you secure to your console/pressure gauge hose, and one is in a standard console along with a pressure gauge and compass. So, you can put it anywhere you want. The VEO has easy to read numbers, the info is arranged logically and it's super easy to master with just the one button. Hope this helps...
      Mungming Y  How about the dimension ?
      TIMOTHY H  Not sure why you're asking. I own multiple VEOs, we have them on wrist straps, one is in a holder that you secure to your console/pressure gauge hose, and one is in a standard console along with a pressure gauge and compass. So, you can put it anywhere you want. The VEO has easy to read numbers, the info is arranged logically and it's super easy to master with just the one button. Hope this helps...
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