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    PPO2 display suggestions please

    At the moment I have the 1st generation displays with the illuminous green displays as opposed to the backlit ones.

    After yesterdays dive in a dark green murky sea loch I want to replace them with something easier to read.

    Im considering the Shearwater kidney with persuit and HUD, I also have an OSTC which if possible I'd like plumbed in to read the 3 cells and have a HUD running alongside it, then buy a 2nd one as a standalone back up in constant po2 mode.(£620)

    What else is on the market that I can fit?

    Thanks

    Gareth

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    Re: PPO2 display suggestions please

    Quote Originally Posted by gwilson  View Original Post
    At the moment I have the 1st generation displays with the illuminous green displays as opposed to the backlit ones.

    After yesterdays dive in a dark green murky sea loch I want to replace them with something easier to read.

    Im considering the Shearwater kidney with persuit and HUD, I also have an OSTC which if possible I'd like plumbed in to read the 3 cells and have a HUD running alongside it, then buy a 2nd one as a standalone back up in constant po2 mode.(£620)

    What else is on the market that I can fit?

    Thanks

    Gareth
    Hi Gareth.

    My wife and I are newbie CK divers, so take this with a grain of salt.

    She has a Shearwater Pursuit with Hud and absolutely loves it.

    I am waiting for the subsea kidney as I already have their DS1 display and Hud and really like that. But I am planning on incorporating a Shearwater Pursuit as well this summer which you can do with Jason's CK Kidney.

    I would not recommend the Pendant Display, as that is what is currently on my CK. It is bulky, hard to read in low vis conditions, difficult to attach to your wrist, and turns off every few minutes which is not much fun when ascending as that is a pretty busy time on the CK, at least it was for me on my course.


    My 2 cents

    Marc

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