The Seac Jack Wrist Computer is a freediving computer with an algorithm developed to help prevent Taravana and Hemoptysis, which are potentially dangerous conditions associated with breath-hold diving. The Seac Jack Wrist Computer transitions from freediving to scuba with ease. Seac Jack Wrist Computer uses the Buhlmann ZHL-16B decompression model and allows for user-adjustable safety stop depths and times, including a deep stop. The Seac Jack Wrist Computer is user-programmable for one gas nitrox mixtures up to 50 percent.
When diving, hiking or climbing the Seac Jack Wrist Computer serves as a 3-D compass with tilt-compensation up to 90 degrees. It also features an altimeter, barometer, temperature gauge and weather forecasting tool. The Seac Jack Wrist Computers fitness functions track your every move as a pedometer that also displays distance, speed and calories burned.
Seac Jack Wrist Computer Special Features:
Weather Forecasting Tool