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Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Console, CG3909

SKU: GNSRAPC MFR: CG3909
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Great product at great price

By NEAL G.

Leisurepro does it again. This is a very useable small computer, so easy to use, change battery and take on trips all over the world. Thanks again to Leisurepro for the good job in giving good advice on buying this. I have enjoyed using it and would buy it again or recommend it to anyone.

 

first time

By John

I purchase the Genesis react Pro Dive Computer and analog pressure gauge for my fiance'. She utilized the console for 16 dives in the Bahamas during Christmas week aboard the Aggressor Fleet. Not once did we have a problem with the unit. I like the fact that has a timer that displays the stop time value. The display screen was intuitive and everything seems to be working fine

ReAct Pro Compact Console includes a dive computer and 5000 psi pressure gauge w/temp. The Pressure Gauge measures 1.75" (44.5mm) in diameter. The ReAct Pro has an intuitive operation and display, with large easy to read numbers and a clean matter-of-fact screen that gives you what you need to know about your dive when you need it. Computer can be used for air and nitrox diving, and has a gauge mode option. The module measures 1" (25.4mm) thick by 2.1" (53.34) in diameter.

The ReAct Pro with Modified Haldanean / DSAT (Diving Science and Technology) Database Algorithm, has an intuitive operation and display, with large easy to read numbers and a clean matter-of-fact screen that gives you what you need to know about your dive when you need it. Computer can be used for air and nitrox diving, and has a gauge mode option. The module measures 1" (25.4mm) thick by 2.1" (53.34) in diameter is equipped with a rubber shim allowing you to adapt it to a wide variety of consoles, wrist, hose and retractor mount boots.

The ReAct Pro can be programmed easily to operate in either imperial or metric measurements. The time can be run in a 12 or 24 hour format. The computer is water activated so there is no need to turn it on before you jump in the water. The computer has a common CR2450 consumer replaceable battery, guaranteeing you won't be on a once in a lifetime tropical vacation with a computer that needs factory battery replacement.

Computer can log up to 50 dives in its memory, so not to worry on a day-by-day bases when you're on vacation having fun, just wait to you get home and with an optional download cable you can upload all your memories onto your PC with full color graphics and key dive profile information. Computer also keeps a history of dive hours, so you can always see how many hours you have enjoyed your diving fun.

Night diving is aided with the HydroGlow back lighting which also comes in handy when on a cave or wreck diving adventure. If altitude diving is your thing the computer will automatically adjust up to 14, 000' (4267.2 meters). Maximum operational depth is 330' (100 meters), and in gauge mode to 399' (120 meters), there is an automatic safety stop countdown timer and of course full decompression stop countdowns when required.

If you're diving Nitrox the computer has a 21% to 50% FO2, Nitrox indicator icon, 50% FO2 default function that is user selectable. The computer also will display O2 saturation both on the dive and on the surface along with FO2 display the same. In the computer surface mode you get surface interval time from first activation, current temperature, number of dives in the current series and the time and day.

Computer has both visual and audible alarms. The audiles can be disabled if you like to dive silent, or if you are one who gets excited when diving and need an audible reminder when critical dive information is important to know you have the option. Alarms can be set for ascent speed limits, depth limits, O2 and many others. So if you are looking for a computer that will give you the edge of safety in an easy to use and read format the ReAct Pro is what you are looking for. Pressure Gauge reads pressure up to 5000 psi and features a thermometer for temperature readings. The SPG has high visibility graphics with bright red from 0 to 500 psi reserve air orange indicators between 500 to 1,000 psi for extended reserve air for deeper dives and blue between 1,500 to 5,000 psi. Gauge face is luminescent for low light situations.

Gauge hose has a 360° swivel assembly and all the instruments are protected with a sleek impact resistant rubber boot that has dual rubber eyelets for attachment of a lanyard or clip keeping the diver streamline and reef and environment conscious. Genesis ReAct Pro Console is also available in metric (see SKU: GNSRAPCM). So if you're looking for a great entry level computer console the ReAct is what you are looking for. The computer console comes with an owner's manual and a battery hatch key.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Genesis React Pro Features

  • Genesis ReAct Pro Computer Console:
  • Computer with Pressure Gauge Console
  • Owner's Manual and Battery Hatch Key
  • Computer: Genesis ReAct Pro
  • Air/Nitrox or Gauge Operating Mode
  • Algorithm: Modified Haldanean / DSAT (Diving Science and Technology) Database
  • Deep Stop Reminder for Dives-Exceeding 80' (24.4 meters)
  • Digital and Bar Graph Indicators for Nitrogen, Oxygen Limits & Ascent Rate
  • Log Book Data: Up to 50 Dives
  • Consumer Replaceable CR2450 Battery
  • Excellent Entry Level to Advanced Computer
  • Exceptionally Intuitive Display
  • Maximum Depth - 330' (100 meters)
  • Gauge Operational Depth -399' (120 meters)
  • Deco Stops to 60' (18.3 meters)
  • Audible and Visual Alarms - Diver Selectable
  • Automatic Altitude Adjustment - to 14,000' (4267.2 meters)
  • Safety Stop Countdown Timer
  • Water or Manual Activation
  • Imperial or Metric User Selected
  • Replaceable Lens Protector
  • HydroGlow Illumination
  • Large 270° Nitrogen Absorption Graph
  • PC Downloadable Profiles
  • 3-Screens in Dive Mode - User Selected
  • Air/Nitrox - User Selected
  • Surface Mode:
    Surface Interval Time from First Activation
    Current Temperature
    Number of Dives in Current Series
    Time of day
  • Dive Mode:
    Dive Time Remaining (NDL)
    Current Depth
    Bar Graph Indicating Nitrogen Load
    Bar Graph Indicating Current Ascent Rate
  • Nitrox Mode:
    21% to 50% FO2
    Nitrox Indicator Icon
    50% FO2 Default - User Selected
    O2 Sat Display (dive & surface)
    FO2 Display (dive & surface)
  • Log Mode:
    Log Mode Indicator
    Maximum Depth
    Elapsed Dive Time
    Bar Graph Indicating Nitrogen Load at End of Dive
    Bar Graph Indicating Maximum Ascent Rate - Last Dive
  • Deco Mode:
    Bar Graph Indicating Deepest Stop Depth Required
    Total Ascent Time Indicated
    Stop Time and Depth of Stop
    Current Depth Indicated
    Up Arrow Indicating Need to Ascend to Stop Depth
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • 360° Degree Rotational Swivel Assembly
  • 0-5000 psi Gauge Readout
  • Temperature Gauge
  • High Visibility Graphics
  • Luminescent Dial
  • Strategic Color Coded for Added Safety:
    Red Safety Reserve 0 to 500 psi
    Yellow 500 to 1,000 psi for Extended Reserve Air for Deeper Dives
    Blue above 1,000 to 5,000 psi
  • Shock Resistant Bourdon Tube Mechanism
  • Gauge Case: Tough Glass-Filled Noryl
  • Gauge Face (Lens): Durable Lexan
  • Bright Red Temperature Gauge Needle for Ease-of-Reading
  • 32" (81.3 cm) High Pressure Hose with 7/16" Threads

Genesis React Pro Dive Computer Console, CG3909 Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.3

(based on 7 reviews)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great product at great price

Leisurepro does it again. This is a very useable small computer, so easy to use, change battery and take on trips all over the world. Thanks again to Leisurepro for the good job in giving good advice on buying this. I have enjoyed using it and would buy it again or recommend it to anyone.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Genesis not so great!

This computer is very seldom used, you rarely see other divers using one and there's a reason. It is very difficult to reset, i.e. air to ean, and it's flummoxed many diver masters who can't help me with it. And it's just starting logging dives, date/time only, with no depth, time etc.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 

Great product at great price

By NEAL G.

Leisurepro does it again. This is a very useable small computer, so easy to use, change battery and take on trips all over the world. Thanks again to Leisurepro for the good job in giving good advice on buying this. I have enjoyed using it and would buy it again or recommend it to anyone.

 

first time

By John

I purchase the Genesis react Pro Dive Computer and analog pressure gauge for my fiance'. She utilized the console for 16 dives in the Bahamas during Christmas week aboard the Aggressor Fleet. Not once did we have a problem with the unit. I like the fact that has a timer that displays the stop time value. The display screen was intuitive and everything seems to be working fine

 

I would buy this product again!

By Dive b.

I love it!

 

Good for recreational divers

By Curtis

Easy to read all the important information. Setting the options was not hard if you follow the manual. Variable nitrox settings is a plus.

 

Good first console then becomes backup!

By Natedawg

Bought this as a way to future proof my purchases. I knew sooner or later I wanted to go wrist hoseless AI computer but am a big fan of backup systems. Bought this to be my first/primary gauge until I can add-on a wrist AI unit and then this one becomes a full featured backup. It has the most features for the money.

 

Works great

By MS D.

Works great. I would like a better way to see the current nitrox value but I can deal with it.

 

Genesis not so great!

By Fred

This computer is very seldom used, you rarely see other divers using one and there's a reason. It is very difficult to reset, i.e. air to ean, and it's flummoxed many diver masters who can't help me with it. And it's just starting logging dives, date/time only, with no depth, time etc.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ALAN C  "Had 2 of older style since year 2000, has worked well over 400+ dives. Need to update model with deep stop and safety stop timmer. Simple but very useful computer. Very easy to use and adjust for NOx32 when available even when mixing air/NOx between consecutive dives. Has Back light for night dives. My wife will not change computers."
NEAL R G  So easy to use. very reliable. very dependable. a really fine computer at a very fine price.
Shopper  Manual for genesis react pro cg3909 computer...looking for?
Frank L  Manuals can be downloaded from the Genesis website.
Shopper  Does the console have a spot on the back where I can insert an analog depth gauge?
ROBERT R  The back is really not set up to hold another guage. It's possible you'll fiond a way to do it but it's not going to be a drop-in. Bob
CHRISTI B  No
CHARLES P  Unfortunately not. My wife and I have had these for approx 2+ years, 50+ rec dives and are completely happy with them. The computer gives you constant depth readings. After your dives, you can download everything to your computer and review your profile. WIth some ingenuity, duct tape and zip ties, I'm sure you could engineer a mount for your analog guage.
JOHN D  No it does not.
PHILLIP H  Yes...I put a compass on mine.
PAUL C  Dear shopper, That is a great question and a very good idea. Unfortunately I'm not sure that you can. I would suggest either going to the dive shop in person and maybe a dive master could answer that or by trial and error. There are what appears to be four sensor holes on the back which might affect the function of the unit. But there is also arch bands that might would work keeping space between the two and allow you a way to attach it. Without the size and design of the depth gauge in question it would be difficult to answer. Sorry, I could not offer more help to you! I do hope you figure it out because it is a great idea! Paul
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