Home Scuba News TUSA joins the dive computer ‘Elite Fleet’ through Deepblu Connect

TUSA joins the dive computer ‘Elite Fleet’ through Deepblu Connect

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Tokyo-based TUSA has become the latest company to integrate Deepblu Connect to its flagship dive computer, the TUSA DC Solar Link. Deepblu Connect allows divers to use any compatible dive computer to upload dive data, with accuracy and efficiency, to their smartphones via the Deepblu app.

For nearly six decades, TUSA has been the cutting-edge standard-bearer for the region when it comes to scuba equipment. In addition, they were one of the first major international manufacturers on the global stage. Building on their success, they have further developed products for the snorkelling and swimming communities as well.

“We are excited to support Deepblu Connect. Joining the Elite Fleet is another step in TUSA’s efforts to bring the generations of divers from around the world together, and share their experiences captured with TUSA dive computers,” said Kenichiro Tabata, President of Tabata Co.

TUSA divers are known for their selectivity, and the company is always looking to provide great customer service for them. Both companies strive to provide quality, and this drive between discerning companies shows through the partnership. The TUSA DC Solar Link will now allow divers to seamlessly upload their dive logs to the Deepblu app with the tap of a button.

Not only is the Deepblu app one of the best-designed digital dive logs, it also allows divers to get their logs verified and share interesting stories with the world around them. In addition to being a useful dive tool, it’s a place for divers to come together. Launching new features, groups and partnerships nearly every month, the platform has grown into the most-vibrant online scuba community in a short time.

“TUSA is known for their meticulous standards and their partnership is a valuable testament to what we’re doing at Deepblu. We expect more leading scuba brands to join the elite fleet in the near future,” said James Tsuei, CEO of Deepblu.

This partnership will be one that raises up both TUSA and Deepblu, but ultimately it’s one that will benefit the divers who use their technology and features.

www.deepblu.com

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Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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