About Uwatec In-Line 3 Gauge Console

This lightweight and compact boot accommodates the pressure gauge, depth gauge, and compass of the In-line family. Great as a primary or back-up instrument for recreational or more experienced divers.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Uwatec In-Line 3 Gauge Console Features

  • Ergonomic design and soft features: easy to handle even when wearing thick gloves.
  • FS-2 compass.
  • Loop on case to attach a safety lanyard.
  • Pressure gauge: scale to 400bar/6000psi for use with 3000 and 4350psi tanks.
  • Depth gauge: registers to 200ft and features a maximum depth indicator.

Uwatec In-Line 3 Gauge Console Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
1.5 lb
Mfr #
SKU
UTCFS23

In-Line 3 Gauge Console Customer Reviews

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Uwatec In-Line 3 Gauge Console
 
3.0

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3.0

Nice looking yet not accurate

By hbutz

from Long Island, NY

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Pros

  • Good Design

Cons

  • Inaccurate
  • Poor Resolution

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    Comments about Uwatec In-Line 3 Gauge Console:

    I really wanted to like this. It has a nice design and all analog gauges make a nice backup to a misbehaving computer or bottom timer with a dead battery. The tank pressure gauge worked fine, but the full range was 6000 psi. Right off, I would lose half my resolution on my 3000 psi tank. Not a big issue. The depth gauge reads 0 to 200 feet, again making it difficult to resolve an accurate depth. Again, I would be using it only as a backup for my dive computer.

    Perhaps I received a defective console, but the temperature indicator was sticky and inaccurate. I understand that a mechanical temperature gauge inside a console is not going to be super responsive, it was also more than 10 degrees off making me wonder how far off the depth gauge was. I let it go.

    But, I didn't like the compass. As I reversed direction, the heading would lag between 5 and 10 degrees. If I shook the console, it would spin 30 degrees clockwise. The compass also has an opening in the bottom for a depth-activated light. I searched the planet and failed to find the light anywhere. Without it, the bottom of the console looks ugly and unfinished.

    I took out my vintage Dacor Diving console and checked out the compass behavior. It was dead on. At that point, I decided that his console was just too inaccurate to serve as a backup. It is pretty tho.

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