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About Tusa Zen Air Integrated Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-950)

The IQ-950 Zen Air is TUSA's most advanced and full-featured wrist-top computer.
Built on the stylish design and platform of the IQ-900 Zen, the Zen Air is even further enhanced by adding hose-less air-integration, several advanced user-adjustable settings and the ability to program up to 3 transmitters and 3 gas mixes from 21%-100%.

The Zen Air's large alphanumeric and backlit LCD screen clearly displays all the critical dive data including tank pressure(s), air-time and no-decompression time remaining, current/max depth, safety stop, deep stop and much more. Of course, the IQ-950 can be operated as a watch, Air computer, Nitrox (EANx) computer, digital depth gauge/timer or as a free dive depth gauge/timer and with or without a transmitter.

The IQ-950 is the ultimate dive instrument offering a set of robust features that can be adjusted for personal preference. The Zen Air is available in brushed metal finish or limited black chrome.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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(800) 482-2282

Tusa Zen Air Integrated Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-950) Features

  • Advanced, 3 gas air-integrated hoseless watch computer
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free Dive and Watch Operating Modes
  • 3 Mix Switching Feature: Mix 1 (Air, 21-50%), Mix 2 (21-100%), Mix 3 (21-100%) 
  • Wireless Switching Technology to monitor up to 3 transmitters
  • On-screen tank pressure display (max 5000psi/345bar)
  • Advanced user safety settings 
  • Manual or Water-Activation
  • Audible and Flashing Icon Alarms
  • Large alphanumeric and backlit display
  • Deep Stop Feature and Safety Stop
  • 1 Touch Log Access
  • PC download and upload with TUSA Datalog Interface
  • User-replaceable battery with hot-swap
  • No fly icon, residual nitrogen discharge time display
  • TUSA Algorithm based on Buhlmann ZHL-16c

Tusa Zen Air Integrated Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-950) Specifications

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Available in the Following Colors:
Black Chrome/Polished, Brushed Stainless
Weight [with packaging]
1.05 lb

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Defective Product

By Kel Wong

from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Lots Of Functions
  • With Transmiter

Cons

  • Complicated
  • Defective from Factory

Best Uses

  • Recreation

Comments about Tusa Zen Air Integrated Wrist Dive Computer (IQ-950):

I recently bought tis divecom in the store during my business trip in NYC. Upon unboxing back home in Malaysia, tis divecom is stuck perpetually in Dive Mode. Any attemp to change the mode (press de M Button) will induce the divecom to perpetually cycle through the 'normal/gauge/freediving' modes. The only way to bring it to Watch Mode is by removing and replacing the battery. When press M button again, it will jump on to Dive Mode and perpetually cycle through the 'normal/gauge/freediving' modes. Basically it is jam stuck in a perpetual cycle. User manual mentioned 'should not dive' with divecom if it doesn't perform to factory intentions.
I had excellent service from David and he is trying too help me sort out this mess. U should look for David when u r in the store. I can't bring it in for exchange as i'm now thousands of miles away. Hope to be able to test out Zen Air on a dive soon. Update u guys.

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

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mike m  what is the size of the screen and bevel? thanks
Angelo F  It's a little bigger then a Casio G- Shock : but the number display slightly larger then g shock ... It is easy to read
Frank M  Would like a spare battery for the transmitter I also need a new o-ring when I replace the battery the item cr-2 does not specify if it comes with a battery if not what is the part # for the o-ring. ?
ACHILES B  The CR2 lithium battery does not come with an O-ring. It's a standard battery that you can find in most electronic stores and supermarkets. If the O-ring on the hatch is undamaged, there is no need to replace. I've changed battery numerous times and have not needed to replace. Just make sure it's properly seated before replacing hatch and you may need to lubricate.
Catherine T  Since the price for the IQ-950 has change, I am now considering the IQ-900... just wondering if I could eventually up-date the software of the 900 to make it air intergrated?
JONATHAN K  I think the problem would be more of a hardware issue. I don’t believe that the IQ-900 has a receiver.
Catherine T  thank you Jonathan.... it would explain the price difference as well! Now I have to decide wether I give up on air integration... or keep on spoiling myself ;) but you gave me the answer I was looking for.
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