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SKU: CL-MAR495124
Reg. Price: $799.95
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Floor Demo of Mares Smart Air Dive Computer W/LED Transmitter

The Mares Smart Air Wrist Dive Computer with LED Tank Transmitter delivers your most crucial data in a mineral glass display for easy-to-see readability. The dive computer divides your data into three rows so you can see your depth, temperature, dive time, tank pressure, and nitrogen saturation just by looking at your watch. Use the backlight with the click of a button whenever your environment gets too dark.

Switch between Air, Nitrox, Bottom Timer and Freedive modes to better suit your adventure. Use the decompression dive planner feature to alert you when to decompress or to let you know when you can safely travel. Change between up to three tanks by using the Mares Tank Transmitter. The transmitter comes with a LED light so your dive buddies can see your tank pressure at a glance. With its compact size and complete watch functions, you can also use it as your everyday timepiece or sports watch.


  • Go as deep as 492 ft / 150m
  • Logbook capacity of 95 hours of dive profile
  • Mineral glass display for superior scratch resistance and improved readability
  • Tank module communicates wirelessly and LED indicates tank pressure
  • Audible alarms and color-changing segments provide cautions and warnings for additional safety
  • Automatic altitude adjustment ensures an accurate profile
  • Battery status indicator for both computer and transmitter
  • 4 operating modes include Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive, so it can adapt to any adventure
  • User-adaptable software gives access to the latest features and upgrades
  • Salt or freshwater dive selection
  • User-replaceable battery
  • Silicone strap


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