Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750)

Includes a Spare Battery and a Underwater Kinetics C4 eLED Light

Tusa

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$389.95

About Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750)

The IQ-750 Element II is TUSA's newest advanced 3-button dive computer.

The Element II can be operated as an Air computer, Nitrox (EANx) computer, digital depth gauge/timer or as a free dive depth gauge/timer. The IQ-750 offers several desirable features including: Water-activation, 2 Mix Gas Switching ability, a large alphanumeric and backlit display, audible and visual alarms, advanced user safety settings, and PC download/upload. In addition to offering the latest comprehensive computer features, the IQ-750 adds a Deep Stop function for enhanced safety.

Deep Stop Function
Several TUSA computers feature an optional deep stop function for additional safety. The deep stop mode is activated when a dive exceeds 80 FT (24M) for more than 1 second. Upon ascent, the computer will display a Deep Safety Stop screen and the recommended stop depth 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 (only with a brand new computer purchase) 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 and polycarbonate 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.

www.tusa.com
(800) 482-2282

Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750) Features

  • Advanced 3 button puck-style module in wrist boot
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free Dive Operating Modes
  • 2 Mix Switching Feature: Mix 1 (Air, 21-50%), Mix 2 (Air, 21-100%)
  • Manual or Water-Activation
  • Audible and Flashing Icon Alarms
  • Large alphanumeric and backlit display
  • Advanced user safety settings
  • Deep Stop Feature and Safety Stop
  • 1 Touch Log Access
  • Automatic altitude adjustment from sea level to 14,000'
  • No fly icon, residual nitrogen discharge time display
  • PC download and upload settings/log data with TUSA Datalog Interface
  • User-replaceable battery with hot-swap (Battery: CR2430, 3V)
  • TUSA Algorithm based on Buhlmann ZHL-16c
  • Variable Ascent Rate Indicator

Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750) Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
0.65 lb
Weight [with packaging]
0.65 lb

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4.0

Very good computer!

By Leo J

from Toronto, Canada

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Lots Of Functions
  • Reliable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Cold Water
    • Extreme Depths
    • Recreation
    • Warm Water

    Comments about Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750):

    This is a relacement for an old Beuchat computer (AKA Cochran Captain)that flooded. This computer is so much more advanced. I didn't know what I was missing when it comes to things like audible alarms. The manual is not exactly user friendly, but after 24 dives, I've pretty much got the hang of it. The supplied protector does not fit. The 2 lobes at the bottom have to be trimmed with a razor blade to make it fit. Overall, I am very happy with it and the price was quite low!

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

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    4.0

    Great computer for the price!!!

    By Jackfisher

    from Atlanta GA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    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 Tusa Element II Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-750):

      Dove for the first time with the new TUSA Element II (IQ-750) this past weekend in Panama City FL. Computer worked great during dive and when I updated my dive log book from the computer's dive log. Look forward to using this little gem more often. No worries and no lost bottom time due to dive table calculation using deepest depth for entire dive.

      • Diving Type:
      • Open Water Diving
      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
      NEAL P  to complicated for a non techie, gave it to step son who is a techie
      Cody B  I want to make sure that this computer will fit in my boot. What is the diameter of this computer? Thank You
      BRADY W  Not sure what "boot" you are referring to ??
      Cody B  Sorry, maybe you're more familiar with console? I've heard both terms.
      Jonathan K  Does this computer come with a cable and software to transfer data to the desktop/laptop?
      Dyan L  Not included - when I bought it the cable and software were available as an accessory,
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