Cressi Drake Titanium Dive Computer
The Cressi Drake Dive Computer is an advanced, reliable watch computer designed specifically for freediving and spearfishing. Cressi ran with the idea that not all freediving and spearfishing enthusiasts need an expensive scuba diving/freediving computer that contains unneeded algorithms. They need their own computer that caters to their specific needs and a computer that is available at a more affordable price.
The Drake handles every need and concern of both freediving and spearfishing. A large illuminated, four-button interface guides you through the many great features of this innovative watch computer. With a dual-purpose design, this computer serves as an everyday watch with a time and date display that you will see when you are not diving. But this watch computer truly shines in the water. The interface allows you to easily cycle through its necessary features. During your dive, current and maximum depth of the dive will be displayed, as well as your current dive time and water temperature. You can also set depth and time alarms to keep you safe and comfortable during your dive. On the surface it will display your maximum depth, current time of day, total dive time, recovery time or surface interval time, and a ratio between recovery and freediving time. The Cressi Drake is also capable of storing 500 progressively numbered dives. You can also recall dive history and display your total number of dives, maximum depth and maximum duration.
The Drake contains a long enough wrist strap to fit small to large wrist sizes and also over top of exposure suits. It also features a stylish design and a perfect sized face that allows you to wear the watch during everyday activities. If you are in need of a freediving and spearfishing watch without all the algorithms of scuba diving then look no further. The Cressi Drake Spearfishing Computer is everything you could ask for and more
•Current and maximum depth of the dive
•Dive time in minutes and seconds
•Recovery time in minutes and seconds between one dive and another
•Ratio between recovery time and freediving time
•Maximum depth and time for the day
•Depth alarms •Time alarms
•Dive logbook able to save 500 progressively numbered dives
•History with the total number of dives, depth, and maximum duration