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Zeagle N2ition 3 Dive Computer Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Zeagle N2ition 3 Dive Computer Review Posted in: Between $251-$500, Dive Computers

Zeagle’s N2ition 3 is a multi-gas computer that comes either in the standard wristwatch format or as a stylish console, and is packed with handy features. In addition to the primary display and the color-coded nitrogen- and oxygen-load bars on the side, the computer also has the ability to display customized text messages in a pair of eight-character rows. While not quite a substitute for an underwater writing slate or an expanded base of hand signals, it is easy to see how the limited text display could still be quite handy. The N2ition 3’s buttons are intuitive, and the computer also has a built-in digital dive compass. The algorithim is a conservative number cruncher, and can become even more so by switching on the two-level Safety Factor. The ease-of-use combined with a price tag that hovers right on the $500 line made this dive computer a Scuba Diving magazine Best Buy in 2009.

Average Price: $500