Shearwater Perdix 2 Ti Black Dive Computer
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Shearwater Perdix 2 Ti Black Dive Computer

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Description

At Divers Direct we have a wide variety of dive computers to fit all diver’s needs. The Shearwater Perdix 2 Ti Black Dive Computer is an excellent choice for the demanding diver. This computer has everything you could ever want in a dive computer. Whether you’re a beginner, or highly skilled technical diver, this computer has what you need to ensure your dive information is available when you need it, providing you with a smooth and enjoyable dive.

Starting off with hardware, the Perdix 2 Ti Black is protected by an armored casing and uses an armored titanium Bezel and 2 Piezo buttons that protect your precious electronics and allow you to easily navigate through your computer before, during, and after a dive. The 2.2” bright LCD screen with LED backlight is high-resolution and easy to read with vivid colors while being guarded by an aluminosilicate glass lens giving you clarity along with impact and damage resistance. Its low-profile design gives you a computer large enough to give you all your information while being small enough to not get in the way of your dive.

When it comes to diving technology, this dive computer is jam packed! The Perdix 2 Ti Black has the ability to connect with up to 4 transmitters (sold seperately) which is perfect for advanced and technical diving. The customizable display allows you to customize your display with the information important to you. The less you have to mess with your dive computer underwater, the better. Vibration warning alerts draw your attention during critical moments during a dive. You can customize these alerts as well. Connect your Perdix 2 Ti Black to any PC or mobile device to allow via bluetooth with lower power consumption. You can then download and view dive logs in up to 13 languages. You can modify your display to see only the information you need, if you want to have a quick recap of your previous dive. The Perdix 2 Ti Black has the capability to display tank pressure in all dive modes. These dive modes include:

Air / Nitrox / 3 GasNx

  • 3 gas nitrox computer for the serious recreational diver
  • User customisable display layout
  • Optionally air integrated using Swift transmitters

OC Technical

  • Trimix enabled by default
  • Optionally air integrated

CC/BO

  • Closed Circuit/Bailout
  • Trimix enabled
  • Constant PO2 for closed circuit
  • Optionally air integrated for diluent, oxygen and bailout gases.

Guage

  • Depth, time, resettable stop watch function
  • Full dive logging
  • Tank pressure information accessible in the information screens

 

Shearwater Perdix 2 Ti Black Dive Computer Features:

  • 4 Modes (All AI optional)
  • Replaceable AA battery
  • Air, nitrox, trimix capability
  • 3 axis
  • Tilt compensated
  • Digital compass
  • Decompression
  • Dive planning
  • Vibration warning alerts (Only with 1.5V non-rechargeable lithium and 3.7V lithium
  • rechargeable batteries)
  • Aluminosilicate glass
  • Dive logging (~1,000 hrs)
  • Bluetooth® wireless technology
  • Up to 4 transmitters
  • 2.2” Display
  • Screen resolution: 320x240
  • Battery life: 40 hrs (AA), 60 hrs (Lithium 1.5V), 100 hrs (Saft LS14500)
  • Depth rating: 850ft (260m)

More Info

  • Product Sku: DD159666

Customer Reviews

Reviews

Matt

5 out of 5 stars

Aesome Dive Computer

Bought this with the AI transmitter before completing my AOW/Nitrox certifications. This thing is intuitive to use, easy to read, and built like a tank. Easy to read display, both on the surface in the sun and in low light down deep. Heard a few comments from others that they wish they'd purchased a computer with a larger screen instead of the watch size display due to it being difficult to read. Definitely overkill for the diving I do, but they seem to hold their value, have great customer support (so I've heard), and leave room for growth as you advance your skills. The only thing I don't love is the price. That being said, you get what you pay for.

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