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WHAT’S NEW: Scubapro Galileo G2 (SRP: £665-£899)

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In 2007, Scubapro’s ground-breaking design of its Galileo dive computers changed the diving world forever. The Galileo won awards for its design – and the hearts and minds of its legions of fans through incredibly easy menus, intuitive usability and technology that made diving easier and more fun. Loaded with computing, navigation and personalisation features unavailable anywhere else, you simply couldn’t get a full-featured wrist-mount dive computer better than a Galileo… until now.

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The G2 is everything you’d expect from Scubapro – in colour. The air-integrated G2 uses the same menu structure, the same simple three-button control system, and the same diver-friendly functions that helped earn the Galileo its reputation as the most-technologically advanced computer available – and also the hands-down easiest to use.

Scubapro offers the only dive computers in the world that take heart rate, skin temperature, breathing rate and water temp into account during a dive. This provides you with extremely reliable no-stop and decompression stop calculations, even under the most demanding diving circumstances. The G2 easily goes where you do – from open water, to freediving, to CCR to sidemount. Even your dive profile is one of a kind – based upon your real-time breathing rate, your skin temperature and your heart rate. It’s as unique as you.

Galileo 2

The G2 set with Heart Rate Belt and LED transmitter is £899, the G2 with LED transmitter is £829, and the G2 on its own is £665.

www.scubapro.co.uk

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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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