Tusa Element Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-650)

Includes a Spare Battery and a Underwater Kinetics C4 eLED Light


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About Tusa Element Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-650)

The IQ-650 Element is the first of TUSA's new range of computers to be introduced in 2009. The Element is an easy-to-use, single button, and puck-style computer offering a myriad of dive data details plus some new features includinga Deep Stop function all in an affordable package. The Element is available in a wrist or console version. The TUSA Element dive computer features a deep stopfunction for additional safety. The deep stop mode is activated when a dive exceeds 80 feet (24 meters) for more than 1 second. Upon ascent past 50 feet (15meters), the computer will display a Deep Safety Stop screen and the recommended stop at 40 feet (12 meters) for a period of 2 minutes. This deep stop is highly recommended as additional opportunity to off-gas, but is not mandatory. If the diver chooses not to serve the stop it will not adversely affect the remaining No-Decompression Limits of the dive.

Included with this unique console you get a spare computer battery (CR2450) and an Underwater Kinetics "C4 eLED" Light Unlike the standard glass envelope lamps used since Edison, the LED will not break when dropped. The life expectancy is well over 5000 hours. The light emitted by the LED (light emitting diode) is similar to sunlight and travels farther underwater than the more yellow light from an Edison lamp. In addition a power control circuit is built into the light to help maintain the same brightness throughout the discharge of a set of batteries. A tough O-ring sealed ABS andpolycarbonate case protects the components all the way down to 500 feet. The small size of the C4 eLEDÈ makes it ideal for revealing the incredible marine life hidden under ledges.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Tusa Element Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-650) Features

  • Computer Deep Stop Features:
  • Activated when depth becomes greater than 80 FT (24 M) for more than 1 second
  • Deep Stop feature is disabled upon entry into Decompression Mode
  • Deep Stop screen appears upon ascent(s) to 50 FT (15 M)
  • Stop Depth/Time fixed at 40 FT (12 M) for 2 minutes
  • Stop Time displayed as min:sec, counting down from 02:00 to 0:00
  • The Deep Stop feature is recommended for additional safety, but is not mandatory
  • Computer Features:
  • Single button puck-style module in wrist boot
  • Air and nitrox (21-50%) Operating Modes
  • Manual or Water-Activation
  • Deep Stop Feature and standard Safety Stop
  • Automatic altitude adjustment from sea level to 14,000'
  • No fly icon, residual nitrogen discharge time display
  • Dive Log stores a maximum of 12 dives
  • User-replaceable battery with hot-swap
  • Modified Haldanean 12 compartment algorithm
  • Free CR2450 Battery
  • Rental unit reset option

Tusa Element Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-650) Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
0.6 lb

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Dan F  I'm a new diver. is this a good beginner computer?
BRIAN S  Yes. It is easy to use and tracks all the things you need as a recreational diver.
Ronald P  How does this computer handle decompression dives?
ROBERT H  We only used it once it is part of my wife's set. We didn't have any problems with it. Easier to read than my older one but I'm used to the one I have and how it logs. We didn't dive further than 20 ft so not much to say on the decompression stop.
Shopper  Does the computer display water temperature?
LeisurePro S  Yes.
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