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Cressi 3 Gauge Console, Metric

SKU: CSBG3CM MFR: KC764460

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About Cressi Cressi Gauge

The Cressi 3 Gauge Console is a small compact console that houses the Cressi Mini-Manometer Pressure Gauge new, small, analog depth gauge and a compass. All gauges are high-quality instruments. The pressure and depth gauges have chrome plated brass cases and the depth gauge has a diaphragm membrane actuated function. Gauges have a large circular easy-to-read scale. The instruments are housed in a small, modern shaped console boot, made from polycarbonate and desmopan, (a thermoplastic polyurethane) two materials that guarantee protection from shocks, scratches and which, at the same time, is very light. At the end of the console, slightly to the sides, there are two eyelets for fastening the instrument to the BCD or harness with a clip or lanyard so that it does not hang down with the risk of catching and damaging the environment or the instruments.

The luminescent face of the 70 meters depth gauge, the first 12 meters of depth readings are in 3-meter increments, (which correspond to the area of decompression stops), and are widely spaced for ease-of-reading. For at-a-glance monitoring of depth, the face is divided into 3-different colored zones: Green up to 20 meters, light-blue from 20 to 40 meters and red from 40 meters to the end of the scale. The instrument has a maximum depth indicator that stops on the maximum depth reached during the dive. This function is extremely handy for logging of dive information.

The Mini-Manometer Pressure Gauge luminescent dial reads from 0 to 350 bars. Like the depth gauge the instruments face is divided into three different colored zones for at-a-glance monitoring of air the area from 50 bars and below is highlighted in red with a solid bar and red stripes. If gauge is used on deeper dives, the red scale extends and fades to 100 bars, this provides for added reserve air indication required at greater depths. From 50 bars to approximately 200 bars are green and from 200 bars to end of scale is blue.

The front glass lens is made to act as a pressure relief valve. In the event of a sudden increase in pressure inside the instrument, the glass rises slightly, allowing the excess pressure to escape. Pressure gauge is equipped with a 7/16" threaded high-pressure hose. The instrument console is made in Italy.

Many divers take compasses for granted, considering them just an accessory to their overall gear set up. Trying to navigate with a poorly designed or improperly functioning compass can be one of diving's more frustrating events. The Cressi Compass is an oil filled compass, robust and accurate for underwater navigation that ensures accuracy and durability for a long time. The Cressi Compass is a dual-purpose compass. The convenient side window allows quick reference of large, easy-to-read bearing indicators on a luminescent display for gun-sight accuracy. Or, for divers who prefer relative navigation, the ratchet bezel can be rotated easily even with thick neoprene gloves. The luminous dial of the compass is designed with a half black / half luminous graphic to make quick work of compass direction, especially in dim light.

The compass 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. Compass case is manufactured from a scratch resistance polycarbonate for strength and durability.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

http://www.cressi.com/

800-338-9143

Cressi Cressi Gauge Features

  • Cressi 3 Gauge Console, Metric:
  • Small Compact Console
  • High Quality Instruments
  • Chrome Plated Brass Cases
  • Large Circular Easy-to-Read Scales
  • Small, Modern Shaped Console Boot
  • Boot Material: Durable Polycarbonate and Desmopan, (a Thermoplastic Polyurethane)
  • Protection from Shocks, Scratches and Very Lightweight
  • Eyelets for Fastening Instrument to BCD or Harness with Clip or Lanyard
  • Italian Made
  • Depth Gauge: Cressi Mini-Manometer
  • Luminescent Color-Coded Dial
  • 0 to 70 Meter Gauge Scale
  • Maximum Depth Indicator, Extremely Handy for Logging Dive Information
  • Diaphragm Membrane Actuated
  • 0 to 12 Meters of Depth: 3 Meter Increments, Widely Spaced for Ease-of-Reading
  • Face Divided into 3-Different Colored Zones:
    Green Up to 20 Meters
    Light-Blue from 20 to 40 Meters
    Red from 40 to 70 Meters
  • Pressure Gauge: Cressi Mini-Manometer
  • 350 bar Gauge Scale
  • Unique Glass Lens Pressure Relief Valve
  • Colored Zones:
    0 to 50 bars Highlighted-in-Red, Solid-Bar and Red Stripes
    Deeper Dives Reserve; Red-Scale Extends and Fades to 100 bars
    Safe Air Zone; 50 bars to Approximately 200 bars Green and 200 bars to Full Scale is Blue
  • 7/16' Threaded High-Pressure Hose
  • Cressi Compass Module:
  • Oil Filled Compass
  • Highly Accurate
  • Case: Scratch Resistance Polycarbonate
  • Top and Side Reading Design
  • Side Window for Quick Reference and Gun-Sight Accuracy
  • Large, Easy-to-Read Bearing Indicators
  • High Visibility Lubber Line
  • Large Ratcheting Bezel with Direction and Reciprocal Index Points
  • Luminescent Display
  • Great in Limited Visibility and Low Light Conditions
  • Reliable Underwater Navigation
  • Headings in 30° Degrees Numbered Increments
  • Indicator Marks for Every 10° Degrees
  • Twin Heading Indicators for Alignment of Compass Course
  • Dual Lubber Line
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Marcel B  How do I download the information from the computer? The compass is in the way and the computer does not fit on the interface?
Mike T  Hi Marcel, you should still be able to get the interface to link to the computer via the infrared scan.
Jay H  how well can you see during night dives?
Mike T  Hi Jay, All you need to do is shine your flash light on the gauges and they will glow in the dark.
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