About Scubapro Xtender Wrist Dive Computer

The Xtender is a streamline and convenient device that serves double duty as a dive computer and a wristwatch

Xtender Dive Computer Features:

  • Adaptable for use with air or nitrox mixtures
  • Multi-sensory ascent rate alerting system
  • Alerts diver with decompression dive and decompressions stop warnings
  • Tracks depth, dive time, water temperature, surface intervals
  • Log book stores up to 30 dives
  • Metric/imperial display options
  • Many manually-controlled settings, include the backlight's display duration
  • Many manually-controlled settings, include the backlight's display duration
  • Automatic altitude measurement
  • Log can be downloaded to a PC (download hardware sold separately)
Xtender Watch Features:
  • Twelve or twenty four-hour display format
  • Calendar (Date and day) display
  • Alarm
  • Audio time alerts

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

(800) 468-2822

Scubapro Xtender Wrist Dive Computer Specifications

Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Light Blue
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simple and enough

By mr wong

from lisbon, portugal

About Me Novice Diver

Verified Buyer


  • Easy To Operate
  • Easy To Read
  • Reliable


    Best Uses

    • Recreation

    Comments about Scubapro Xtender Wrist Dive Computer:

    nice computer with a watch look. gives you all the necessary information, such as planning, depth, time of dive, limit time, etc... think it's enough without being as bulky as others.
    the only con is the slow flag which in my opinion is too sensitive.

    • Diving Type:
    • Open Water Diving

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    Very conservative

    By dumnam jon

    from Thailand

    About Me Recreational Diver

    Verified Reviewer


    • Easy To Operate
    • Reliable


      Best Uses

        Comments about Scubapro Xtender Wrist Dive Computer:

        I dove this watch about 50 times and I was continually frustrated due to it being much more conservative than all the other computers out there. Some of you might think this is a good thing but consider this, everyone else on your dive will be using something else that is less conservative. The problem is that you will continually have to find shallower water and end your dive before everyone else. I found myself always having to go to shallower depths and looking down to keep an eye on my group. Very frustrating. Funny thing is, you can set it to more conservative. haha Other than this is also has no ability to turn off the dive com mode. So when you sweat or shower it will turn on wet mode. It is a good looking watch and it calculates average depth witch I liked. Finally, the words on the case, mode, light, etc wear off and you are left with nothing. If you want something very conservative and you dive alone or with one buddy that has the same computer then it's a good buy.

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        Questions about this item:

        Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
        STANLEY S  still my dive computer of choice.
        Shopper  Is the battery on the Scubapro Extender dive watch user replaceable?
        LeisurePro S  Yes, can be replaced by the user.
        Shopper  Does the dive computer mode turn on when you enter the water?
        LeisurePro S  Yes, dive mode comes on when you reach a depth of appx. 4 meters.
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