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TUSA 3 Gauge Analog Console, Imperial (SCA-360), New Design

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About Tusa Tusa Guage New

New for 2012 is TUSA's 3 Gauge Analog Console. The rugged easy to read pressure gauge has color coded pressure readout for added safety. The gauge measures pressure from 0 to 5,000 psi. The 0 to 500 psi section is colored in bright red to denote reserve air, the 1,000 to 5,000 psi section is color coded in blue. Pressure gauge is also equipped with a thermometer measuring temperature from 0 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The gauge is incased in an impact resistant boot with an eyelets for attachment of a lanyard or clip. HP hose is 7/16" threaded.

The Depth Gauge measures depth from 0 to 200' and is also color coded for safety, with a blue color from 0 to 60' and red from 100' to 200'. The 10' depth is also color coded in red for minimum safety stop depth. Gauge is equipped with a maximum depth indicator that will follow the depth needle to the greatest depth reached on the dive and then will remain there to indicate your maximum depth.

The back mount Compass is liquid filled for a smooth, fast reacting compass heading. Compass is equipped with both top and side scan reading for gun sight accuracy. The ratcheted rotating bezel has compass headings in 30 degrees numbered increments and indicator marks for every 10 degrees. Bezel has twin heading indicators for alignment of compass course, and a lubber line across the compass face.

TUSA is the first company in the world to incorporate Lumi-Nova light storage dials. This groundbreaking innovation offers several times the brightness of conventional dials, as well as longer luminescence times. The entire face glows bright enough to make it ideal for night diving or diving in dark areas but contains no radioactive materials. Gauges come with a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Tusa Tusa Guage New Features

  • New for 2012
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • Rugged Easy to Read Pressure Gauge
  • Color Coded Pressure Readout for Added Safety
  • Measures Pressure from 0 to 5,000 psi
  • Thermometer Measures Temperature from 0 to 100 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • Impact Resistant Boot
  • Lumi-Nova Light Storage Dial "Glows in the Dark"
  • Eyelet for Attachment of Lanyard or Clip
  • 7/16" Threaded Hose
  • Depth Gauge:
  • 200' Depth Gauge
  • Strategic Color Coded for Safety
  • Max. Depth Indicator
  • High Visibility Graphics
  • Luminescent Dial
  • Compass:
  • Liquid Filled Compass
  • Top and Side Reading
  • Designed for Excellent Navigation
  • Gun-Sight Accurate Navigation
  • 360° Ratchet Bezel
  • Twin Heading Indicators
  • Lubber Line
  • Luminescent Dial
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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4.8

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Good quality and value

A well-built gauge set that's easy to read and should last for a long time. Only minor nit is that the graphics are not quite as easy to read (color coding, etc) as the newer version of their smaller 3-gauge set, the SCA-330.

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5.0

Quality and Cost

By

from Cape Coral, FL, US

I have relied on Leisure Pro since I started diving. Solid quality products, like this Tusa gauge console. Consistant timely delivery. Consistantly reasonable prices. I may not purchase all my Scua gear from LP but I always check here before I buy. No company is perfect, Leisure Pro by far, comes closer than most.

 
5.0

Good quality and value

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A well-built gauge set that's easy to read and should last for a long time. Only minor nit is that the graphics are not quite as easy to read (color coding, etc) as the newer version of their smaller 3-gauge set, the SCA-330.

 
5.0

Great way to get started

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Got this for my teenage sons as part of their starter kit. I want them to learn the old fashioned way - with the Navy tables and analog gauges, no computers at first. This fills the bill and looks nice - I can tell that the compass is the same construction and comes out of the same molds as the one included on my $800 dive computer. However, be aware that the compass can be fairly easily jarred out of the boot. My son slipped on the deck and when his gauges hit the ground the compass fell out. It was easy to reinstall and was no worse for the wear. But if your console takes a bump, be sure to check that you're compass is still there!

 
5.0

Great value for a basic 3 gauge pod

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The 3 gauge pod works as advertised and having the compass on the back keeps the gauge length manageable. I removed the depth gauge and replaced it with the Aladin G2 as a backup computer. I couldn't beat the cost. The advertised item I purchased was the closeout model from last year. The shipped item was the current new model and that was a pleasant bonus.

 
4.0

Great Console

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As with everything else in SCUBA, when it comes to gear, it's all a matter of personal preference. I was looking for a console that had a compass because I don't like taking a heading/reading from my wrist. It feels awkward and a bit confusing switching between computer on one side and wrist mounted compass on the other. The other reason I wanted the compass on a console is because I'm relatively new to diving (just passed Advanced Open Water). Having everything in one spot means you won't forget to check your air frequently. And let me say this gauge works awesome. It's big enough to see clearly in low visibility but not big enough to be a nuisance hanging from your BC (I clipped it to a ring by the zippered pocket of my Tusa BC). Air gauge was very accurate and worked flawlessly. I will say that I never once used the depth gauge because I have a computer (I do not like the computer in the console because it's just too awkward to look at while ascending/doing safety stops). Swivel on the console worked just as well with pressure as without. I also got a few compliments on its appearance (It's Tusa. It looks cool!). About the compass. It's pretty accurate. I did Navigation Adventure Dives and it took me to where I wanted to go. I've used a Suunto and the Tusa definitely feels a bit cheap in comparison. The bezel does have that 'ratcheted' feel, but it's not as stiff as others. This wasn't a problem, but if your a person who cares about build quality the Suunto is a step up. As with any console mounted compass you have to pull it out in front of you and stretch the hose a bit, but again I prefer this as of now to a wrist mount. Overall I really like this console. Everything works, rubber (or whatever it's made from) is thick and I can see it being durable for a week or diving, compass is accurate, and it looks good.

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Shopper  what is the diameter of the pressure and depth gauges?
HENRY J S  The Tusa 3 gauge is definitely worthwhile, I have dived with it in the Caribbean and it did not let me down it has dual reading in feet and meters psi and a compass to boot. No matter what depth you are at, it will not let you down.
DUANE L  1 3/4 inches (inside) 2 3/4 inches mounted
IRVING D  The depth gauge is approximately 2" and the pressure gauge is about 1-3/4". These gauges are not bad. I use them for training and as rental gear. Some of my older tusa gauges have more than 400 dives on them and they keep going and they are similar to these. They are real easy to maintain.
BEATRIZ D  Does this console swivel in order to see the compass? or do you have to rely on flipping it over every time you need to look at different guages?
DUANE L  Yes it swivels
JOHN M  It swivels. I used it for about 25 dives this past summer, and it works great. Dials are easy to read.
BRANDON H  Yes it swivels
TIM J  It swivels. This is a great analog console. It has worked very well.
PAMELA R  I've used this gauge for about 25 dives now. Great multi-function unit and yes the end spins so you can either look at the compass side or the gauge side.
Frank L  It does swivel on the hose so you can see the compass. Pressure and Depth on one side, compass on the other.
d l  Is the compass removable? Like if I'm being paranoid about TSA's no liquid requirements?
KATHRYN S  Tusa refers to the compass as a "compass module" which implies it can be swapped. I fiddled with it a little and it did not come out easily--I gave up, not wanting to bust it. With regard to liquid, I flew with it as carry-on just last week with no trouble--of course, you never know with the TSA. The gauges are very visible and worked well. It was a good purchase.
ANDREW S  The compass is encased in the gauge housing and is not removable. I'm not sure exactly how much liquid fills the compass (TSA allows 100mL), but you can always check it in your luggage to be safe. Just make sure it's padded to avoid damage.
GUSTAVO P  No, it is not removable. I don't think it would be any problem to take it in the cabin.
ROBERT V  Yes, the compass is removable.
KEITH Y  It isn't easily removed. You shouldn't have any problems with TSA. I always carry my regs on board.
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