New all round diving computer designed for divers who appreciate detailed, yet easily accessible information. XP10 is truly a complete dive computer for all levels of adventure. It displays all important dive and decompression data plus full dive data memory. The XP-10 Computer is Nitrox Compatible from 21-50% with accuracy of 1% increments making it the perfect Nitrox Computer for Recreational Diving. The XP-10 Computer uses the Adaptive Algorithm ZH-L8 ADT. This algorithm increases safety and maximizes bottom time by constantly adjusting the decompression plan during the dive when risk factors like cold water, fast ascents or the potential for formation of micro bubbles are detected. The Computer is designed to inform the diver of important information while on a dive. Toggle through Essential Information during Dive Mode: Max Depth, Temperature, Time of Day; and Activate Backlight; entering any Surface Interval to Better Plan the Next Dive.
If you are a diver who likes diving on Live-Aboard" Dive Boats and want to enjoy your trip rather than having to constantly download dives from your computer's memory, you're going to love the XP-10's 25 Hours of Profile Storage at 4-second Sampling Rate. The Computers Large Memory holds more than a week's worth of diving, high sampling rate preserves all details about the dives. Computer has a Safety Stop Timer which is user activated, it can be set between 1 and 5 minutes for optimal monitoring of your safety stop (default 3 minutes). The XP-10 also allows Basic Choices of Adjustments without the need of a PC so you can custom set it on the fly. Computer can adjust ppO2 between 14.7 and 23.52 psi (1.0 and 1.6 bar).
the XP-10 Computer has both Visual and Audible Alarms, Back Lighting for Low Light or Night Diving Conditions, and Full Watch Functions. No need to carry extra time keepers when you are out on the boat or at an exotic resort. The XP-10 Computer with its Full Watch Function Feature gives wake-up alarm, 12 or 24-hour mode, date and time zone shift for traveling divers. When you do get back to the beach you can count on the XP-10 to have all the data you want to log. Data can be transmitted via infrared interface (IrDA) with Dive Log Software to a Windows PC (optional). Computer is fully Altitude Adjustable to 13,000' (4,000 meters), has a Wait to Fly Mode, and will display other information such as; Current Depth, Decompression Depth, Desaturation Time, Surface Interval, Temperature, Dive Number, Dive Time, Repetitive Dive Number, No-Stop Indicator, Partial Pressure of Oxygen, Residual Nitrogen Information, Battery Condition, Oxygen Toxicity and much more.
The XP-10 can be used in both Imperial (feet) or Metric (meters) Measurements. Computer has a Maximum Depth Display to 395' (120 meters), has a Quartz Clock Function, and is powered by a CR2450 Battery. The Battery is also User Replaceable, so no need to send it to the factory like with other dive computers. The Computer can also be reset for multiple users. This feature is handy when someone else is going to use your computer after you are finished diving for the day. They can clear all the recent calculations so the computer can calculate only their dive information. This is also a great feature when computer is used in a rental gear setting. Computer comes with a Comprehensive Owner's Manual.
This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.
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Comments about Subgear Sub Gear XP10 Wrist Dive Computer:
It does everything you need and not much else. I got this as a replacement for my Aladin Prime when it died. Pretty much exactly the same thing, perhaps slighly better build quality.
Fairly intuitive to use; it's really easy to configure and set, even when using Nitrox.
It's pretty bulky, but that's because it's built like a tank, and you don't really notice it underwater.
I wish I could get a computer this simple that also did hoseless air. I would buy that in a heartbeat. Most hoseless computers are very stylish but way more complicated, unneccesarily in my opinion. The Atomic hoseless has 4 buttons and is somehow much more confusing to use.
I wish there was a way to force the backlight on, or at least increase its timeout delay - only for night diving. You have to hold a button for a few seconds to turn on the backlight, but it's only needed at night.
The 15-foot safety stop timer turns off if you drop below 20 feet. Super annoying, and I know not all computers do this.
I would love a USB option to transfer the dive data. Who has an IR port on their computer these days? The waterproof usb connector used by the GoPro Remote could be a starting point. Built-in wifi or bluetooth would be even better.
The display could be made even more simple by removing or making optional the unnecessary altitude warning graphic.