Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter

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About Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter

The more you know, the better off you are. This is true for just about any aspect of life, including scuba diving.
The Luna dive computer is the newest member of the Galileo family made by Uwatec. This state-of-the-art dive computer truly is a dive true bottom time calculator, a decompression dive planner, and a depth gauge, but it also offers features that simply make diving an even great sport to enjoy, such as a sleek design, a full-tilt compass with bearing memory, an extra large display for easy reading underwater, hose less gas integration, and the option for you to input your personal information (name, diver certificate number, emergency contact information, and so forth). The Luna's alarms and signals will keep you safe at depth; the compass will keep you heading true, and the user interface will enable you to enjoy your dive without worrying about fighting with your computer while underwater.

The Luna Dive Computer is a wrist mount computer that is water activated so if you forget to turn it on manual it will still calculate all aspects of your dive profile once you hit the water. Computer is altitude adjustable to 13,300' (4,000 meters) with full decompression and without decompression (gauge mode) at any altitude. Computer is powered by a user replaceable CR12600SE (SKU: AQUBY126) lithium 3 volt battery. The Luna also gives you wait to fly information, has a stop watch function, depth alarm, battery alarm, and a maximum depth rating for decompression calculations of 394' (120 meters). In gauge mode the Luna's maximum depth readout is 1,084' (330.5 meters). Computer is equipped with back lighting for low light or night diving conditions.

Computer is also equipped with a digital compass that has a resolution of 1 degree and a tilt angle of 80 degrees. Computer is also a timekeeper with a quartz clock that gives time, date, and dive time display up to 999 minutes. Other features include current depth, maximum depth and a 100 hour logbook memory. Included with the computer is a Hose-Less Transmitter. Using the transmitter will give you vital information on air consumption and dive time remaining in respects to air time remaining. Transmitter is easy to install to your first stage regulator HP Port. Transmitter is powered by a user replaceable CR2 Lithium Battery. Computer has four modes of air, nitrox, gauge and free dive. With the optional SKU: UTCSMID SmartTRAK Infrared Devise you can download your logged dives and also download pictures with a 100 bitmap images as a wreck map the diver can use to orient themselves. The Uwatec Luna Computer comes with a comprehensive Owner's Manual and a 24 month limited warranty.

The Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter is commonly used for Cold Water, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Casual/ Recreational, Professional among others. The Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter: Easy To Operate, Easy To Read, Lots Of Functions, Reliable.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter Features

  • Wrist Mounted Computer
  • Water-activated
  • True remaining bottom time calculator
  • Max Depth: 1082' (330 meters)
  • Automatic Altitude Setting 13,300' (4,000 meters) with Decompression
  • Logbook: 100 hours
  • Personal settings and data
  • Gauge Mode: Manual or Automatic below 394' (120 meters)
  • Stop watch: Yes
  • Backlight: Yes
  • Current and Maximum Depth: Yes
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes
  • Quartz Clock Time, Date, and Dive Time Display up to 999 Minutes
  • Digital Compass with 80 Degree Tilt
  • Optional SmartTRAK Infrared Devise
  • Optional 100 Bitmap Images as a Wreck Map
  • Air Integration Transmitter
  • Algorithm: ZHL-8 ADT MB
  • Power Computer: User Replaceable CR12600SE
  • Power Transmitter: User Replaceable CR2 Lithium Battery
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter Specifications

Algorithm
Zhl-8 Adt Mb
Audible Alarms
Yes
Depth Display
Max Decompression Depth: 393' (120 Meters), Max Depth: 1082' (330 Meters)
Altitude Adjustable
Yes, Max Decompression Altitude: 13,300' (4,000 Meters)
Operating Modes
Air, Nitrox, Gauge And Free Diving
Back Light
Yes
Memory Capacity
100 Hours
Time, Date & Temperature
Yes
Imperial/Metric Display
Yes
Power
Computer: 3 Volt Cr12600Se Lithium Battery, Transmitter: Cr2 Lithium Battery
Air Integrated
Yes
Pressure Display
4,350 Psi (300 Bars)
Digital Compass
Yes
Upgradable
Yes
Weight [with packaging]
1.85 lb

Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter Customer Reviews

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Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter
 
4.5

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87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to read (15)
  • Lots of functions (14)
  • Easy to operate (13)
  • Reliable (12)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (13)
    • Cold water (9)
    • Warm water (9)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Advanced (6), Professional (5), Casual/ recreational (4)
      • Diving Type:
      • Open water diving (12), Night diving (11), Drift diving (10), Wreck diving (7), Outdoor professional (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (11)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Absolutely Love It!!!!!!

    I have own the Luna for a little over a year and I have nothing bad to say about. It is the best computer I have ever used. The digital compass is the...Read complete review

    I have own the Luna for a little over a year and I have nothing bad to say about. It is the best computer I have ever used. The digital compass is the best. It's unaffected by tilt. I can customize the dive screen to give me basic dive info or everything I ever wanted to know about my dive. I can say enough about this thing. If you buy it, you'll be very happy you did. Scuba Diving Magazine said the only thing it doesn't have is email and they were right!

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    I have some issues

    My only negative about this computer is that I keep on getting a message that there is no signal for the amount of air. I could see this happening once or twice in a...Read complete review

    My only negative about this computer is that I keep on getting a message that there is no signal for the amount of air. I could see this happening once or twice in a dive, but it happens about 10 or 12 times in a 50 minute dive. The signal comes back in about 5-10 seconds but it is still disconcerting. On one dive it went out 4 times in a 4 minute safety stop. Scuba Pro says this is normal. I got this computer because its wireless. If this keeps up I'll reconnect the hose for my air guage. Besides this I like this computer. It's easy to use and the display is large and easy to read with these old eyes.

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    5.0

    GREAT computer

    By Tazman

    from Sicily, DoD Civilian

    About Me Professional

    Pros

    • Easy To Operate
    • Easy To Read
    • Lots Of Functions
    • Reliable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Cold Water
      • Recreation
      • Warm Water

      Comments about Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter:

      I bought new Atomic Cobalt & had NOTHING BUT PROBLEMS, sold in 1 year later. Rechargeable batteries wouldn't hold a charge and then magnetic switch failed. I bought Galileo & love it. Buy & carry spare batteries, mine went dead in 1 year:-(

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

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      4.0

      Great Computer

      By fschmalz

      from Santiago, chile

      About Me Professional

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Read
      • Lots Of Functions
      • Reliable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Cold Water
        • Extreme Depths
        • Recreation

        Comments about Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter:

        The SW dosen´t works with windows 7

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        4.0

        The best computer with one major problem

        By Mola Mola

        from Fullerton, CA

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Operate
        • Easy To Read
        • Lots Of Functions
        • Reliable

        Cons

        • Loose signal very often

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter:

        I have tried many different computers for my 500+ dives.
        This is the best for this price range and I just love this computer.
        It's easy to read and understand.
        The only problem is, it looses the signal very often.
        So I had to install the transmitter to the left side on the first stage and it got little better.
        But it still looses the signal quite often so I have to put my left hand behind my head to be closer to the transmitter.
        If you are a recreational diver, this may not be a big problem, but I would not recommend this to a serious diver.

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

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        4.0

        Great underwater, clunky computer sync

        By Patrick

        from Minneapolis, MN

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Easy To Operate
        • Easy To Read
        • Lots Of Functions
        • Reliable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Recreation

          Comments about Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter:

          Bought this as the first real dive computers for my wife and me. We've been VERY happy with the performance underwater. The display is easy to read at all depths and the light makes it easy to read during night dives. We've got about 25 logged dives with these guys and are very happy.By far one of the best features of the device is the buddy air feature. We don't need to worry about asking each other our air supply anymore, instead it's always right there on our display next to our own air supply. It's made it a lot easier to do a healthy game of "Who can suck less air?".Unlike other people who have used this computer, we haven't had any problems with the computer losing our air signal. Despite this, we're still considering getting a small analog secondary pressure gauge. This takes away one of the major advantages of the device, one less hose. At least we can keep the secondary gauge velcroed somewhere that doesn't bother us.It has an adaptive algorithm to calculate your remaining bottom time based on your current air usage. However, sometimes it's very aggressive and can get quite annoying. Once it triggers it likes to keep on beeping at you until you make your safety stop. So, if you're down at 90 ft and happened to just make a spastic movement to look at that ray it might trigger the RBT alarm. But wait, you're going up to 30ft and calming down, now you've got another 10 minutes of bottom time to look around at 30ft and still make your safety stop. Luna don't care. It still is going to beep. It loves to beep. Always the beeping. In the end, however, I guess I'd rather be safe.The biggest annoyance of this is the syncing to a computer. It uses IrDA. IrDA was hot ten years ago, but now it's just old. Most computers don't have IrDA anymore and it's barely supported. ScubaPro sells an adapter you can use to sync. It's overpriced. Look for something that looks similar on [@] and you'll be fine for a third the price. I've also had luck with a cheap $5 adapter.If you're on a PC or Linux you should have no problem finding apps that work with this because it is supported by libdivecomputer. If you're on a Mac you should know that right now it is not supported and will not work. You can use jTrak on a Mac or boot into Parallels to sync the computer, but all the nice Mac dive logging software will not work. I'm docking a star because of the fact that is uses IrDA to sync and Uwatec's solution, JTrak, reminds me of using computers in 1996.

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

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          5.0

          Best computer for non commercial divers

          By Mola Mola

          from Fullerton, CA

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Operate
          • Easy To Read
          • Reliable

          Cons

          • Too bukly

          Best Uses

          • Recreation

          Comments about Uwatec Galileo Luna Hoseless Wrist Computer with Transmitter:

          I've been diving for over 30 years and saw the evolution of dive gears.
          I've owned many computers and this is simply the best.
          The price was cheaper than my other computers with less features.
          This is one of the wisest investments I've ever made.

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

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          LYNDON C  great reviews and have used Uwatec in the past
          j f  If I buy this computer without heart rate monitor used, can I add a heart rate monitor?
          CARRIE D  I am not sure. I was not interested in the heart rate monitor. A friend of ours bought one with the heart rate monitor and hardly ever uses it. So I decided I did not want one. But I really like the computer itself.
          j f  how do you add the heart rate monitor after you buy it, if you decide you want it?
          Frank L  Yes, here is the monitor (comes with key code to download update from Scubapro): http://www.leisurepro.com/p-utcglhrmu/uwatec-heart-rate-monitor-kit-for-galileo-luna-computers. Once purchased and you have the key code, download the update from Scubapro here: http://www.scubapro.com/en-US/USA/galileo.aspx.
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