Atomic Cobalt Computer NOW IN STOCK!

Atomic Aquatics’ Cobalt has a high contrast, full-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen with brightly colored digits displayed on a black background. This screen is can be easily seen, even when the vis underwater  is not optimal.

Use of the Cobalt’s menu is very simple and can be learned in a matter of minutes. The Cobalt has four leakproof magnetic navigation  buttons that are easy to use and direct you to the assorted  menus. Great when wearing dive gloves!  These menus include setting dive parameters and customizeable user options. The Cobalt’s dive screen is divided into three sections: The top contains a graphic that changes from green to yellow to orange as you enter decompression and includes no-deco and dive-time data. The middle section contains data like depth and max depth. The bottom section contains tank pressure, gas mixture, calculated gas time remaining and the current PO2. With a combination of Air and Nitrox; three gases can be preprogrammed into the unit and the gas can be switched under water.

The Cobalt  is powered by a prismatic lithium-ion rechargeable battery and provides 40-60 hours of dive time. The Battery can be quickly recharged with the AC charger or slow charged by plugging into the USB port.

Please review the detailed stats of the dive computer at The Ski and Scuba Connection Special Page.

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