Mares Mission Puck 2 Scuba Diving Computer Console
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Mares Mission Puck 2 Scuba Diving Computer Console

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Product Description

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This is the Mares Mission Puck 2 Scuba Diving Computer Console

Features:
  • Computer & Pressure Gauge
  • Shock Resistant Elastomeric Techno Polymer Console Boot
  • Optimized Angles and Shape for Maximum Ergonomics
  • Multiple Attachment Points
  • Comprehensive Owner's Manual

  • Computer:
  • Algorithm: Mares-Wienke RGBM (Reduced Gradient Bubbles Model)
  • Fresh or Salt
  • Water: Yes
  • Audible Alarms
  • Depth Display: 492' (150 meters)
  • Altitude Adjustable
  • Operating Modes: Air, EAN and BT
  • Back Light
  • Memory Capacity: 38 Hours
  • Time, Date & Temperature
  • Imperial/Metric Display
  • Precautionary Programs Setting
  • Plan Mode
  • Log Book
  • Dive Simulator
  • Prudential Programs
  • Easy Access
  • Residual Nitrogen Memory Reset
  • 3 Volt CR2450 User-Replaceable Batteries
  • Superior Display Readability
  • Power Indicators
  • Watch, Calendar and Temperature Displays

  • Pressure Gauge:
  • Florescent Dial for Easy Reading Day or Night
  • Color Coded for Safe Air Reserve
  • Readout: 0 to 5,000 psi
  • 500 psi Color Coded in Red
  • Hose: 7/16" UNF Neoprene Jacket Double Braided
Mares Mission Puck 2 Console consisting of the Puck Computer Capsule and a Compact Easy-to-Read Pressure Gauge with a Chrome-Plated Brass Body. The Shock Resistant Elastomeric Techno Polymer Console Boot has been designed with Optimized Angles and Shape for Maximum Ergonomics. The Central Loop Hook, added to the Side and Frontal Soft Eyelets, allows Flexible Attachment to your gear. The Mission Puck 2 Computer Console uses Mares-Wienke RGBM (Reduced Gradient Bubbles Model) algorithm. The RGBM takes into account the phenomenon of micro-bubbles in order to prevent their formation. In over 10,000 real dives monitored by Dr. Bruce Wienke in the Los Alamos laboratories, the formation of micro-bubbles has been studied and evaluated in order to better understand the mechanism behind how micro-bubbles are formed during a dive. Today it is the most evolved algorithm for reducing the formation of micro-bubbles without compromising dive times.