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Uwatec Galileo Sol Hose-Less Wrist Dive Computer

SKU: UTCGSW MFR: 05.077.201

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About Uwatec Galileo Sol Hose-Less Wrist Dive Computer

Loaded with computing, navigation and personalization features you can't find anywhere else, wrist-mount dive computers simply don't get any better than this. The ultimate Smart dive computer, the Galileo Sol offers state-of-the-art technology and advanced features you just won't find on other wrist-mount computers. The Galileo Sol features optional hose-less air integration (see SKU: UTCT Smart Tec/Z Transmitter), it can handle three nitrox mixes up to 100% O2, it comes with a heart rate monitor that also measures skin temperature, and its ZHL8 ADT MB algorithm calculates true remaining bottom time (RBT) and incorporates Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops, all of which respond directly to your personal physiology to increase your underwater efficiency and add layers of safety to your diving.

The Galileo Sol's integrated heart rate monitor incorporates your heartbeat into the workload and then tailors the decompression calculations to your dive. Scubapro is also the only dive computer manufacturer in the world that accounts for the effect of increased workload on human physiology during a dive. Through this technology you get the safest no-stop and decompression stop calculations available, even under the most demanding diving circumstances.

Even though it's a fully loaded dive computer, the Galileo Sol is surprisingly easy to use. Offering a choice of screen configurations to suit your individual tastes, you navigate through the system via three clearly marked buttons. You can also rotate the screen 180° degrees, enabling the dive computer to be worn with buttons on top or on bottom. The intuitive digital compass with bearing memory features an actual half-compass rose that can be used at a full 90°degree tilt, making it a true aid to underwater navigation.

Predictive Multi-Gas (PMG) function: The PMG feature allows the Galileo Sol to use up to three nitrox mixes (21-100% O2) during the dive, calculating the ascent schedule for all possible combinations of the programmed mixes. The outcome of the different decompression calculations can be shown on the screen in a dedicated deco summary screen. Heart Rate Monitor function: Exclusive to Scubapro dive computers, the heart rate monitor, jointly developed with Polar (world leader in the field of heart rate monitors), measures your heartbeat and skin temperature during the dive that can then be factored into the decompression calculation along with your workload. This results in safer diving because each diver is unique, and each dive location and situation is different. The HRM is also ideal for free divers, measuring heart rate and sounding an alarm if the heart rate drops below the set level.

The more you know, the better off you are. This is true for just about any aspect of life, including scuba diving.
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 Sol'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 Galileo Sol 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 Sol 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 Galileo Sol's maximum depth readout is 1,082' (330 meters). Computer is equipped with back lighting for low light or night diving conditions.

See what you want, when you want, with Galileo's extra-large dot-matrix, available in 3 pre-configured screen display mode options: The LIGHT display shows dive time, depth, tank pressure and no-stop information with digits that could not be any bigger. The FULL display maximizes the information shown at once: depth, dive time, deco information, tank pressure, RBT, time of day, stopwatch, active MB (micro-bubble suppression) level, temperature, heart rate, maximum depth, average depth. The CLASSIC display strikes the perfect balance between "clean & clear" and "super complete". Depth, dive time, deco information, tank pressure, RBT and temperature are always displayed.

Oil-filled technology allows for a slim display casing design that fits comfortably on the arm. 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, choice of imperial or metric measurements, fresh or salt water, and a 100 hour logbook memory. 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 Sol Computer comes with a comprehensive Owner's Manual.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Uwatec Galileo Sol Hose-Less Wrist Dive Computer Features

  • Uwatec Galileo Sol Hose-Less Wrist Dive Computer:
  • 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
  • Algorithm: ZHL8 ADT MB: Allows Programing Nitrox Mix (21-100% O2)
  • Gauge Mode: Manual or Automatic-Below 393' (120 meters)
  • Stop Watch: Yes
  • Backlight: Yes
  • Current Depth: Yes
  • Maximum Depth: Yes
  • Decompression Stop Time
  • Time to Fly
  • Depth Alarm
  • User Replaceable Battery CR12600SE (SKU: AQUBY126) Lithium 3 Volt
  • Battery Alarm
  • Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes
  • Quartz Clock Time, Date, and Dive Time Display up to 999 Minutes
  • Digital Compass with 90° Degree Tilt
  • Hose-Less Gas Integration Option:
    Provides Tank Pressure, True Remaining Bottom Time (RBT)
    Allows Air Consumption Factored into Decompression Calculation
  • Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops (PDIS):
    Calculates;
    Intermediate Stop Based On N2 Loading
    Current and Previous Dives
    Breathing Mixes for Safer Diving
  • Microbubble Levels Let You Adjust the Level of Conservatism
  • Match Experience Level, Age and Physical Conditioning
  • Extra-Large Dot-Matrix Screen:
    Offers Choice of 3-Display Modes
    Personalize Presentation of Data
  • Oil-Filled Technology: Slim Display Casing Design, Fits Comfortably On Arm
  • Metric or Imperial Units of Measure
  • Fresh or Salt Water Setting
  • Optional SmartTRAK Infrared Devise for Dive Logging (see SKU: UTCSMID)
  • Predictive Multi-Gas Function (PMG) :
    Allows Computer Up to 3-Mitrox Mixes (21-100% O2) During Dive
    Calculating Ascent Schedule for All Possible Combinations of Programmed Mixes
    Outcome of Different Decompression Calculations Shown On Screen in Dedicated Deco Summary Screen
  • Heart Rate Monitor Function:
    Calculate Decompression Times More Accurately, Making Diving Safer
    Measures-and-Records the Heartbeat while Diving
    Factor Intensity of Exercise into Decompression Calculation
    Ideal for Free Divers, Measures Heart Rate, Sounds Alarm if Heart Rate Drops Below Set Level
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual
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Shopper  On the listing it says the heart rate monitor is included. Is it only on the software side, or does it also include the Polar belt?
Frank L  Includes the Polar belt.
MICHAEL S  Does the unit come with a transmitter? I don't see it list in "What's in the Box".
Frank L  No, this is just the wrist unit. Here is the complete unit with transmitter: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-utcgs/uwatec-galileo-sol-hoseless-wrist-computer-with-transmitter.
Shopper  I'm trying to decide what to get. Why did you pick this one?
CHRISTOPHER W  Integrated compass, multigas, large display, the list goes on and on. I have done multilevel deco diving with this computer and it could not be easier. Everyone says I have a laptop on my wrist but its very easy to use, feature packed, and can be used with thick gloves on.
MATTHEW S  The Uwatec brand is an obvious reason. You really can't go wrong! This wrist unit has so many features and extremely easy to use. I wanted a hoseless unit with a large display. I did look at and actually purchased the Suunto D9. I returned it because the display was small. Overall, I made the right choice and if you purchase the Galileo you will to
EDGAR C  Had previously owned a uwatec and loved it. I like the multi gas, monitor my partner gas (dive w kids) and the hr monitor integration.
ThePCGuy T  I have owned several SCUBA Pro computers in the past. Had good luck with. I like that this has user replaceable batteries. The newer software has more data fields, could still use a little better GUI, but its a big step up from the old software for the PC. Display is big and I like to wear mine on my arm just below the elbow. When lobstering I can see it and not get it scratched up like a wrist unit. The only issue has been the rubber strap, as the old unit had elastic band material than gripped better and never moved. They had a bunch of defective rubber straps that broke and I almost lost the unit. You can set almost everything to the way you like it. If you like a bigger computer it's a nice unit.
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