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Mission One Dive Computer 

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Australian Underwater Products present the Mission One Dive Computer 

Mission One Dive Computer 

Design for the best diving experience

MISSION ONE is a powerful and intelligent dive computer. Its advanced alarm system provides effective vibration and on-screen notifications. By syncing with the ATMOS™️ App, you can view the Divesite’s GPS and keep your unforgettable diving stories. Sleek and robust construction, make it the most desirable dive companion to ensure your best diving experience.

Mission One Dive Computer 

Ultimate Diving Experience

  • 1.2″ Hi-Res Color display, outstanding readability
  • Vibration, Visual and Audible alarms.
  • Constant backlight, ideal for murky and night dives.
  • Easy to use menu with intuitive user interface.
  • Multi-lingual adjustability.
  • 100 Dives Memory in unit.

Mission One Dive Computer 

Exploration

  • Constant On-Screen Digital compass
  • Easy to Set compass bearings.
  • Mark entry and exit GPS locations.
  • Divespot GPS guidance. (GPS does not work underwater)

Mission One Dive Computer 

 

Dive Features

  • Mode: Air / Nitrox / Fredive / Gauge / Off
  • Gas: Single gas (Oxygen 21-40%) Decompression model Bühlmann ZHL-16c (GF configurable)
  • In-water activation
  • Dive planner
  • Depth & time alarm (10 sets for freediving mode)
  • Alarm methods (Visual, Vibration and Audible Buzzer)
  • Surface time
  • No-Fly time
  • Digital compass
  • Freediving stopwatch
  • Sunrise & Sunset times
  • Residual tissue loading reset

Mission One Dive Computer 

Model: MISSION ONE (KD2)

Water resistance: 10ATM (100 m / 328 ft)
Measurements: 50.5 x 50.5 x 18mm
Weight: 90 g
Display type: 1.2”, sunlight-visible, transflective, hi-res color display
Bezel & Button material: Stainless steel 316L
Languages: EN,KO,JA,ZH-CN, ZH-TW
Logbook memory: 100 dives
Metric and imperial units:  Yes
Watch band: Silicone, width 24mm
Battery life:
Diving (backlight off): Up to 40 hours
Diving (backlight mid): Up to 15 hours
Time mode: Up to 15 days
Turn on smart notification: Up to 10 days
Firmware upgradable: Yes (USB)

Click here for Scuba Diver ANZ issue 33

Adrian Stacey
Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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